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Gregory Touretsky - Intel IT- Open Cloud Journey

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Gregory Touretsky's slide deck from his presentation at OpenStack Israel May 2013.

Gregory Touretsky's slide deck from his presentation at OpenStack Israel May 2013.

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  • 1. Intel IT’s Open Cloud Journey
  • 2. Copyright © 2012, Intel Corporation. All rights reserved.2AgendaOur Cloud JourneyIntel IT Hybrid Open Cloud – Goals and RealitySummaryhttp://preview.tinyurl.com/IntelITOpenCloud
  • 3. Copyright © 2012, Intel Corporation. All rights reserved.32013 Intel IT Vital StatisticsSource: Information provided by Intel IT as of Jan 20136,500 IT employees59 global IT sites>95,200 Intel employees164 Intel sites in 63 Countries68 Data Centers91 Data Centers in 201077% of servers virtualized(42% virtualized in 2010, goal of 75%)>147,000 Devices85% of laptops encrypted>38,500 handheld devices41 mobile applications developed
  • 4. Copyright © 2012, Intel Corporation. All rights reserved.4Intel’s Cloud Journey2013+Hybrid CloudLargePrivate CloudLimitedPublic CloudToday• 77% Virtualized (Traditional IT)• 80% of New Servers in Private Cloud• Under 1 Hour to Deploy Infrastructure• Small number of SaaS apps in usage• Land Applications in Minutes• Open Cloud for BurstingCapacity• SaaS for non-differentiatedapps
  • 5. Copyright © 2012, Intel Corporation. All rights reserved.5Key ConceptsAbstract users from underlying Cloud providersSupport multiple cloud providers, both private and publicOpenStack and non-OpenStack is the realityCommon identity and entitlement services for reuse acrossinterfacesOpen Source first, minimize proprietary API lock-inMinimize internal technical debt, utilize the community to scaleStay pragmatic, as we scale – not always 100% greenfield
  • 6. Copyright © 2012, Intel Corporation. All rights reserved.66MonthsInfrastructureAsaServiceContributorsCompute Storage Network12-18MonthsPhysicalInfrastructureProducersCloud OperatingEnvironment Intel ContributionsCompute(Nova)Block Storage(Nova Volume)Object Storage(Swift)Network(Quantum)Dashboard(Horizon)OS Images(Glance)Open-Source (OpenStack*)Intel® IT Open Cloud IaaS Platform Solution StackManageability3MonthsMonitoringAsaServiceWatcher(e.g. Nagios*)Decider(internal)Collector(tbd)Actor(e.g. Puppet*)Intel Contributions Open-Source FoundationInterfacesGUI(Graphical User Interface)API(Application Programming Interface)Consumers3MonthsReleaseCadence
  • 7. Copyright © 2012, Intel Corporation. All rights reserved.7Intel IT Open Cloud – Details NowKey Technologies• Cloud – OpenStack* Essex• Monitoring – Nagios*• Configuration – Puppet*• Hosts – Intel Xeon 5600 Blades• Network – 10GBe• Storage – Scale out on 2URunning cutting edge Web services,on a predominantly open source cloud.OPEN CLOUD HOSTING ENVIRONMENTCOMPUTE NODESCloud Controller Services• Volume Controller• Network Controller• Scheduler• Databases• APIHosting Services• Authentication• DNS• Automation• Security ServicesSTORAGENODESREMOTE DESKTOPSERVICETenant 1Tenant 2Tenant xLoad BalancerCENTRALIZED MONITORINGAND MANAGEMENT• Patch Management• Package Repository• Authentication• MonitoringINTEL DMZ/ENCLAVEENVIRONMENTLoad BalancerNETWORK FABRICINTERNETICC FirewallsIntegration with Support Desk andother Ops capabilities
  • 8. Copyright © 2012, Intel Corporation. All rights reserved.8App Architectural GuidanceItem What you need to doDesign for failure Be highly available - assume and activelytest for failureStateless Compute Internal state will not be preservedScale out (not up) Scaling up always has a break point,scaling horizontal close to “infinite”Event driven Read requests from a queue instead ofsynchronous callsWeb Services Utilize web services model topublish/consume; RESTful is preferredSecurity Build security into your app - EncrypteverywherePrefer EventualConsistencyShard data globally; Understand conflicts,understand PaxosDevOps/NoOps Use automation/remediation forproduction, deploy continuously
  • 9. Copyright © 2012, Intel Corporation. All rights reserved.9Areas to Close for EnterpriseKeep VMs up for traditional/legacy apps:1. Shared Block Storage – for boot volumes, and data2. Live Migration for maintenance of hosts3. Restart of instances when host failsEnable a federated Hybrid cloud environment:1. End users interface allowing for seamless use across zones, regions, and across clouds2. Identity federated across instances and clouds3. Orchestration across global/multiple instancesHighly Available Infrastructure Services (cloud built as cloud)Secure, Auditable – Role Based Access, Regulatory Compliance, Audit TrailsLarger List - http://tinyurl.com/ChipInForEnterprise
  • 10. Copyright © 2012, Intel Corporation. All rights reserved.10Wrap Up - SummaryOur Direction = Federated, Interoperable and Open Cloud• Strong success with our Enterprise Private Cloud• Open Cloud in production to handle cloud architected apps,enterprise apps up next• Hybrid now, later just call it Cloud• Lots of space and opportunity for us all to contribute• Seeking other large scale Enterprises paving the path
  • 11. Copyright © 2012, Intel Corporation. All rights reserved.11Resources for You• Engage with ODCA• Learn about usage models• Use the RFP Tool• www.opendatacenteralliance.orgOver 300 Global ITleaders representingover $100B inannual IT spendLearn more aboutIT@Intel best practiceswww.intel.com/it
  • 12. Backup
  • 13. Copyright © 2012, Intel Corporation. All rights reserved.14Legal NoticesThis presentation is for informational purposes only. INTEL MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, IN THIS SUMMARY.Intel and the Intel logo are trademarks of Intel Corporation in the U.S. and/or other countries.* Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others.Copyright © 2012, Intel Corporation. All rights reserved.