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  • 1. OpenStack & Ubuntu: Yourfoundation for CloudComputingPrakash Advaniprakash@canonical.comRegional Manager – Asia Pacific
  • 2. Canonical Ubuntu● 600+ ● #1 Linux OS on Employees Cloud and Desktop● Assurance and support ● Freely available● Professional ● With updates services ● No subscriptions● IHV and ISV Certification● Integrated Solutions
  • 3. Cloud , OpenStack andUbuntu3 12.10 Whats New
  • 4. Capitalising on ComputeBusinesses that will be relevant in 2020 will be thosewho can cost effectively harness data and computeto:● Bring new services to market rapidly● Interact with customers via any device● Use shared resources to cater for peaks● Use data to create greater value products and services
  • 5. Cloud Motives Agility Automation Competitive Advantage Scale Improved Utilisation Increase capability Reduce cost
  • 6. Cloud use cases 1. Variable workloads – web, mobile applications 2. Transient applications – dev/test/POC 3. Distributed data compute – Hadoop, Cassandra clusters etc..
  • 7. No 1 in Cloud● No 1 host for OpenStack Clouds● No 1 guest in AWS● No 1 Linux guest on Azure
  • 8. Ubuntu and OpenStack● The simplest way to deploy an OpenStack cloud● Ubuntu Server is the reference platform for OpenStack deployments● Ubuntu Server 12.04 LTS is a long term term release that will support future releases of OpenStack● Tremendous effort has gone into the integration and testing of OpenStack in Ubuntu to create Ubuntu Cloud Infrastructure
  • 9. Testing● Code landing in OpenStack trunk is tested on Ubuntu 12.04 LTS within 4 hours● Full tests of all milestones, betas, release candidates and final releases.● Available to you to test in your environment almost immediately
  • 10. Challenges12 12.10 Whats New
  • 11. Deployment Costs DominateCloudDevelopment Cost Era ofDeployment Cost Devops
  • 12. Core devops focus isagility through automation
  • 13. Automation Service Orchestration Configuration Management Clone Clone Clone 1 2 3 Package Management Puppet, Chef dpkg cfengine rpm
  • 14. Automation Managing Intelligent Services Cloning Multiple Machines Clone Clone Clone 1 2 3 Working with 1 Machine Puppet, Chef dpkg cfengine rpm
  • 15. Challenges of DeployingOpenstack● Deploying the prerequisite software to your bare metal machines● Keeping the software up to date and in compliance● Scaling the deployment on demand● Administration of the core components
  • 16. Challenges of DeployingWorkloads● Deploying the virtual machines● Deploying the software required to run the service● Inter-relating the services to work together● Exposing the service to be available to the users● Scaling services on demand
  • 17. Service Orchestration19 12.10 Whats New
  • 18. Benefits to Developers & Ops● Much faster spin-up of new services● Re-use of expertise across the company and community● Choice of IAAS and avoidance of lock-in● Migration between IAAS providers
  • 19. HA proxy HA proxy App App Node.js Tomcat + nginX MongoDB Hadoop MySQLCassandra MySQL The app is only one piece
  • 20. anyIAAS
  • 21. Encapsulation & ReuseData Ops Resultshadoop nagios openstackmongodb newrelic mediawikimysql ceph openerppostgres zookeeper wordpressmemcache gluster thinkupsolr jenkins owncloudcassandra nginx tomcatcouchdb gunicorn node.js… and hundreds more atjujucharms.com
  • 22. Juju GUI – coming soon121086 Column 1 Column 2 Column 3420 Row 1 Row 2 Row 3 Row 4
  • 23. Ubuntu Services25 12.10 Whats New
  • 24. Services FromCanonicalUbuntu Advantage● Three pillars of support with assigned technical contacts● Faster than industry average response times ● Within one hour for Ubuntu Advantage Advanced Support● More than half of company involved in engineering and open source community
  • 25. Ubuntu Cloud Jumpstart● We help you take the key choices around storage, compute and compatibility● We help you deploy the needed components● We provide tools to give you visibility and management control of the infrastructure➔ You will have a working, useful cloud within the scheduled week
  • 26. High level deliverables● A planning framework that enables you to make essential, core architecture decisions based on your specific needs and the rapidly evolving state of the various components that provide those services● One Canonical Services Engineer for five days● A seed Ubuntu Cloud Infrastructure deployment on up to 20 x86 servers● Training on key tools and processes to support your cloud
  • 27. Find out morehttp://www.ubuntu.com/cloud/solutions/jumpstart
  • 28. Thank youPrakash Advaniprakash@canonical.comRegional Manager – Asia Pacific