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Cloud computing using Eucalyptus
Cloud computing using Eucalyptus
Cloud computing using Eucalyptus
Cloud computing using Eucalyptus
Cloud computing using Eucalyptus
Cloud computing using Eucalyptus
Cloud computing using Eucalyptus
Cloud computing using Eucalyptus
Cloud computing using Eucalyptus
Cloud computing using Eucalyptus
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Cloud computing using Eucalyptus

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The basic layout or model of implementing a cloud (private) using Eucalyptus and Xen.

The basic layout or model of implementing a cloud (private) using Eucalyptus and Xen.

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  • 1. …Deploying infrastructure as a service(IaaS)..03-11-2012 BPPIMT 1
  • 2. Overview of cloud computing03-11-2012 BPPIMT 2
  • 3. Necessity of cloud : Reduced cost. Increased Security. Efficient management of resources. High reliability. Easy identification of faults. High scalability.03-11-2012 BPPIMT 3
  • 4. Why Eucalyptus? “Elastic Utility Computing Architecture Linking Your Programs To Useful System” Eucalyptus is the worlds most widely deployed software platform for on-premise (private) Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) clouds. It uses existing infrastructure to create a scalable, secure web services layer that abstracts compute, network and storage to offer IaaS. Eucalyptus can be dynamically scaled up or down depending on application workloads.03-11-2012 BPPIMT 4
  • 5. Components of Eucalyptus: EUCALYPTUS: Cloud Walrus, Cluster Node communicate Storage Controller Controllers Controllers Controllers (CLC) with cluster (CCs) (NCs) components (SCs)03-11-2012 BPPIMT 5
  • 6. Components of Eucalyptus  Node Controller controls the execution, inspection, and terminating of VM instances on the host where it runs.  Cluster Controller gathers information about and schedules VM execution on specific node controllers, as well as manages virtual instance network.03-11-2012 BPPIMT 6
  • 7. Components continued..  Storage Controller (Walrus) is a put/get storage service that implements Amazon’s S3 interface, pro- viding a mechanism for storing and accessing virtual machine images and user data.  Cloud Controller is the entry-point into the cloud for users and administrators. It queries node man- agers for information about resources, makes high- level scheduling decisions, and implements them by making requests to cluster controllers.03-11-2012 BPPIMT 7
  • 8. Architecture of Eucalyptus03-11-2012 BPPIMT 8
  • 9. Front End & Ubuntu 12.04  In this cloud setup, the front end is represented by CLC & CC . The same machine will run both CLC & CC. We will be using Ubuntu 12.04(precise pangolin) running on our front end.  The front end is actually ,the resource collector , distribution is achieved through the power of Walrus.The SC , will be a SAN based virtualized RAID devices.03-11-2012 BPPIMT 9
  • 10. Back End and XEN Server Xen, is the underlaying technology used by eucalyptus. Xen hypervisor The first guest operating system, allows several guest operating called in Xen terminology systems to be executed on the “domain 0″ (dom O), is booted same computer hardware automatically when the concurrently. Xen partitions a hypervisor boots and given single physical machine into special management privileges multiple virtual machines, to and direct access to all physical provide server consolidation and hardware by default. The system utility computing. Existing administrator can log into applications and binaries run domO in order to manage any unmodified. The hypervisor further guest operating systems, controls the MMU, CPU called “domain U” (domU) in scheduling, and interrupt Xen terminology controller, presenting a virtual machine to guests.03-11-2012 BPPIMT 10
  • 11. Architecture of XEN03-11-2012 BPPIMT 11
  • 12. CREATIVE TEAM : ABHISHEK DEY ---> PROJECT LEAD AAYUSHI JAIN--->SETUP AND INSTALL DIYA GHOSH--->NETWORKING ABHISHEK GUPTA--->MAINTENANCE ANURAG PRAJAPAT--->SETUP AND DEPLOY SAIKAT DESHMUKH--->SECURITY03-11-2012 BPPIMT 12

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