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    • The cloud built on Open Source Is this a perfect situation ? Conclusion Open Source, the engine behind cloudcomputing Raphaël Bauduin Profoss 30 october 2008 . . . . . . Raphaël Bauduin Open Source, the engine behind cloudcomputing
    • The cloud built on Open Source Is this a perfect situation ? Conclusion The cloud built on Open Source Is this a perfect situation ? Conclusion . . . . . . Raphaël Bauduin Open Source, the engine behind cloudcomputing
    • The cloud built on Open Source Is this a perfect situation ? Conclusion Some examples Online Services Amazon EC2 (Xen) Google AppEngine (Python) . . . . . . Raphaël Bauduin Open Source, the engine behind cloudcomputing
    • The cloud built on Open Source Is this a perfect situation ? Conclusion Some examples Online Services Amazon EC2 (Xen) Google AppEngine (Python) Building blocks Hadoop (Run your application on a cluster) Distributed le systems Xen (virtualisation) Hypertable Eucalyptus (implement cloud computing on clusters) GNU/Linux, FreeBSD, etc, . . . . . . . . . Raphaël Bauduin Open Source, the engine behind cloudcomputing
    • The cloud built on Open Source Is this a perfect situation ? Conclusion Some examples Online Services Amazon EC2 (Xen) Google AppEngine (Python) Building blocks Hadoop (Run your application on a cluster) Distributed le systems Xen (virtualisation) Hypertable Eucalyptus (implement cloud computing on clusters) GNU/Linux, FreeBSD, etc, . . . End user tools pre-congured EC2 images Backup to S3 Firefox extensions . . . . . . Raphaël Bauduin Open Source, the engine behind cloudcomputing
    • The cloud built on Open Source Is this a perfect situation ? Conclusion Underlying common points Ease of distribution (eg Amazon EC2 images) . . . . . . Raphaël Bauduin Open Source, the engine behind cloudcomputing
    • The cloud built on Open Source Is this a perfect situation ? Conclusion Underlying common points Ease of distribution (eg Amazon EC2 images) No license to deploy (need additional servers ? Go ahead !) . . . . . . Raphaël Bauduin Open Source, the engine behind cloudcomputing
    • The cloud built on Open Source Is this a perfect situation ? Conclusion Underlying common points Ease of distribution (eg Amazon EC2 images) No license to deploy (need additional servers ? Go ahead !) No limit at use (even for competing services) . . . . . . Raphaël Bauduin Open Source, the engine behind cloudcomputing
    • The cloud built on Open Source Is this a perfect situation ? Conclusion New lock-ins What about freedom of data ? . . . . . . Raphaël Bauduin Open Source, the engine behind cloudcomputing
    • The cloud built on Open Source Is this a perfect situation ? Conclusion New lock-ins What about freedom of data ? Can I interract with the service to combine it with other services ? . . . . . . Raphaël Bauduin Open Source, the engine behind cloudcomputing
    • The cloud built on Open Source Is this a perfect situation ? Conclusion New lock-ins What about freedom of data ? Can I interract with the service to combine it with other services ? . Note . .. Openness is still needed at the service level ! . .. . . . . . . . . Raphaël Bauduin Open Source, the engine behind cloudcomputing
    • The cloud built on Open Source Is this a perfect situation ? Conclusion Hope of a right evolution Some start to notice, as is illustrated by some initiatives : Yahoo BOSS MyOwnDB . . . . . . Raphaël Bauduin Open Source, the engine behind cloudcomputing
    • The cloud built on Open Source Is this a perfect situation ? Conclusion Cloud computing needs openness Just as the internet was successfull thanks to its openness, cloud computing needs openness. . Contact . .. Raphaël Bauduin rbauduin@profoss.eu http ://www.profoss.eu . .. . . . . . . . . Raphaël Bauduin Open Source, the engine behind cloudcomputing