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The Boston OpenStack user group was kicked off September 21st, 2011, hosted by Fidelity.

The Boston OpenStack user group was kicked off September 21st, 2011, hosted by Fidelity.

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  • 1. WelcomeBoston OpenStack User GroupMark CollierVP, Rackspace Cloud Builders & OpenStack at Rackspacemark.collier@rackspace.comTwitter: @sparkycollier
  • 2. Let’s Get Started!
  • 3. Enterprises are building clouds to... Meet departmental resource needs & timelines Control & monitor the entire environmentL Where is your enterprise on the path to cloud? 1. Virtualization Server Virtualization 2. Cloud Data Center 3. Cloud Federation
  • 4. Datacenters are being virtualized, Servers are rstHYPERVISORS PROVIDE ABSTRACTION BETWEEN APPS AND HARDWARE (SERVERS) HOST 1 HOST 2 HOST 3 HOST 4, ETC. VMs Hypervisor: turns 1 server into many “virtual machines” (VMs) (VMWare ESX, Citrix XEN Server, KVM, Etc.) Hardware abstraction for each server Better resource utilization for each server1. Server Virtualization Virtualization 2. Cloud Data Center 3. Cloud FederationAutomation & Efficiency
  • 5. Next: Storage, Network... the building blocksABSTRACTION BETWEEN APPS AND HARDWARE Virtualized Servers Virtualized Networks Virtualized Storage Flexibility, Efficiency are key drivers Resource pools for apps starting to form...1. Server Virtualization Virtualization 2. Cloud Data Center 3. Cloud FederationAutomation & Efficiency
  • 6. But questions arise as the environment grows...“VM SPRAWL” CAN MAKE THINGS UNMANAGEABLE VERY QUICKLY APPS USERS ADMINS How do you make your apps cloud aware? How to empower employees to self-service? Where should you provision new VMs? How do you keep track of it all? +1. Server Virtualization Server Virtualization 2. Cloud Data Center 3. Cloud FederationAutomation & Efficiency
  • 7. But questions arise as the environment grows...“VM SPRAWL” CAN MAKE THINGS UNMANAGEABLE VERY QUICKLY APPS USERS ADMINS A Cloud Management Layer Is Missing1. Server Virtualization Server Virtualization 2. Cloud Data Center 3. Cloud FederationAutomation & Efficiency
  • 8. Solution: OpenStack, The Cloud Operating System A NEW MANAGEMENT LAYER THAT ADDS AUTOMATION AND CONTROL Connects to apps Self-service via APIs Portals for users APPS USERS ADMINS CLOUD OPERATING SYSTEMCreates Pools of Resources Automates The Network 1. Server Virtualization Server Virtualization 2. Cloud Data Center 3. Cloud Federation Automation & Efficiency
  • 9. openstack C LO U D S O F T WA R E TMIn summary.....• Controls & automates pools of resources• Efficiently allocates resources• Empowers admins & users via self-service portals• Empowers developers to make apps cloud-aware via APIs
  • 10. What’s next? Enterprise Private Clouds run cloud operating systems... Public Clouds run cloud operating systems...1. Server Virtualization Server Virtualization 2. Cloud Data Center 3. Cloud FederationAutomation & Efficiency
  • 11. Imagine having a Common Platform across clouds Seamlessly transporting workloads1. Server Virtualization Server Virtualization 2. Cloud Data Center 3. Cloud FederationAutomation & Efficiency
  • 12. A common platform is here. OPENSTACK IS OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE POWERING PUBLIC AND PRIVATE CLOUDS. Public Cloud: Private Cloud: OpenStack powers Run OpenStack some software of the worlds largestin your own corporate public data centers cloud deployments. 1. Server Virtualization Server Virtualization 2. Cloud Data Center 3. Cloud Federation Automation & Efficiency
  • 13. openstack C LO U D S O F T WA R E TMWhy service providers are adopting....• Originated by Rackspace and NASA• Designed to scale cost effectively• Emerging standard backed large ecosystem• Open source
  • 14. openstack C LO U D S O F T WA R E TM...and why open source• Faster innovation• No lock-in• Flexibility• Standards through ubiquity
  • 15. About OpenStack
  • 16. OpenStack•OpenStack Compute (Nova): Provision OpenStackCompute: provision and manage large networks ofvirtual machines•OpenStack Object Store (Swift): Create petabytes ofreliable storage using standard servers•OpenStack Image Service (Glance): Catalog andmanage large libraries of server images
  • 17. Emerging Efforts•Identity Management - “Keystone” incubated•Networking - “Quantum” incubated•Dashboard - incubated•Load Balancers - in development•Queueing - in development•Database - in development•Etc
  • 18. Ecosystem is 100+ and Growing
  • 19. Rapid Evolution - 3 releases in 2011 tomorrow! Diablo: Global scale Cactus: Service Provider • Storage as-a-Service Bexar: • Networking as-a-ServiceEnterprise POC • • Enhanced scheduling Multi-network interface • Multi-region support • Scale for Service Provider • Network isolation • Hypervisor agnostic • Live migration • Multi-tenant accounting • Image integrity checks• Scale for Enterprise clouds • Performance enhancements• Objects of unlimited size• Support for IPv6• Glance image registry
  • 20. Some Stats•1,200 active participants•17 countries represented at Design Summit•Nearly 50,000 downloads•Worldwide network of user groups•Active documentation community
  • 21. How You Can Participate•OpenStack Conference in Boston October 5th-7th:http://bit.ly/openstackboston•Website: www.openstack.org•Mailing Lists: http://lists.openstack.org•Wiki: http://wiki.openstack.org•Twitter: @openstack