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Cloud Foundry at VMware
Cloud Foundry at VMware
Cloud Foundry at VMware
Cloud Foundry at VMware
Cloud Foundry at VMware
Cloud Foundry at VMware
Cloud Foundry at VMware
Cloud Foundry at VMware
Cloud Foundry at VMware
Cloud Foundry at VMware
Cloud Foundry at VMware
Cloud Foundry at VMware
Cloud Foundry at VMware
Cloud Foundry at VMware
Cloud Foundry at VMware
Cloud Foundry at VMware
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  • 1. 1
  • 2. 2 Cloud Foundry at VMware Killian Murphy, VMware
  • 3. 3 • This presentation may contain product features that are currently under development. • This overview of new technology represents no commitment from VMware to deliver these features in any generally available product. • Features are subject to change, and must not be included in contracts, purchase orders, or sales agreements of any kind. • Technical feasibility and market demand will affect final delivery. • Pricing and packaging for any new technologies or features discussed or presented have not been determined. Disclaimer
  • 4. 4  2009 – Cloud Foundry project started at VMware  Nov 2010 – Quiet public launch of “vCloudLabs” at RailsConf  April 2011 – Public Announcement of Cloud Foundry, launch cf.com  April 2012 – Public Announcement of BOSH  April 2013 – Spinout of Pivotal from VMware and EMC  Sept 2013 – Announcement of Pivotal CF – joint effort between VMware and Pivotal, Commercial CF for VMware platforms .. All along the way – rewrites, community growth, public and private deployments Quick History
  • 5. 5 High level architecture - Packaging Pivotal CF VM • Product is delivered as a vApp / virtual appliance • To start, deploy the vApp and provide it with IaaS credentials vSphere or vCHS Open Source Code Proprietary Code
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  • 8. 8 Deploying Micro BOSH Micro BOSH Pivotal CF VM Deploy • Set deployment parameters – IaaS, CF • Available capacity etc. is validated before deployment • The management appliance deploys Micro BOSH Open Source Code Proprietary Code vSphere or vCHS
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  • 10. 10 Deploying Cloud Foundry Cloud Foundry Developer Console Micro BOSH Management Appliance DeployDeploy vSphere or vCHS Open Source Code Proprietary Code BOSH in turn deploys the Runtime and the Developer Console on top of this
  • 11. 11 User Applications Cloud Foundry Developer Console Micro BOSH Management Appliance DeployDeploy vSphere or vCHS Open Source Code Proprietary Code User applications can now be deployed User Apps
  • 12. 12 Updates Cloud Foundry Developer Console Micro BOSH Management Appliance v1 DeployDeploy vSphere or vCHS Open Source Code Proprietary CodeUpdates are done by replacing the management appliance VM User Apps Management Appliance v2 Config
  • 13. 13 Services vSphere or vCHS Cloud Foundry Developer Console Micro BOSH Management Appliance DeployDeploy User Apps Existing Corporate Services Bundled Services
  • 14. 14 Now:  Hardening Open Source vCloud CPI for BOSH  Leverage reliable infrastructure - HA, DRS, vMotion, etc. Continue to integrate with our other products, for example:  Log Insight (Log analysis)  SRM (Disaster Recovery)  Management Tools (vCOps, etc.) Where Next at VMware?
  • 15. 15 Interesting Technologies  .NET, SDN, Distributed Key/Value Store, Identity… Enabling use cases like:  Active / Active deployment  Mobile apps  ISV - CF as a packaging / extension mechanism  Security – greater isolation of apps & services  Analytics – R buildpack, Map / Reduce, services Where Next for Cloud Foundry?
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