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RightScale User Conference NYC 2011 - ...

RightScale User Conference NYC 2011 -

Josh Fraser - VP Business Development, RightScale
Josep M. Blanquer - Senior Systems Architect, RightScale

2011 is shaping up to be a watershed year as an increasing number of cloud infrastructure providers are delivering new options for hybrid and private cloud computing. We'll cover these developments in the context of how they enable IT to deliver services faster and support line-of-business requirements better. Hybrid and private cloud computing deliver many new workload deployment options with varying agility and cost benefits, but they need to be pragmatically viewed as additional technologies to advance your business goals. We'll discuss the evolution of IT strategy to leverage multiple resource pools and help you identify which use cases are best suited for public, private, and hybrid clouds.

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    • Impact of the Cloud on the IT Landscape
      Josh Fraser - VP Business Development, RightScale
      Josep M. Blanquer - Senior Systems Architect, RightScale
      June 8th, 2011
    • Agenda
      • IT Landscape – new options for cloud infrastructure
      • What’s feasible now?
      • Private and hybrid cloud practicalities
      • Demo
      • Challenges
    • Private and Hybrid Cloud on the Rise
      • 48%using/planning to use
      private clouds in 2011 (Osterman Research)
      • Enterprise survey found that:
      • 44% have private cloud plans
      • 15% looking at public clouds
      • 21% focusing on hybrid clouds (Unisys)
      70% of cloud systems management purchases in 2010 were for private clouds – market will reach $2.5B by 2015 (IDC)
    • Why?
    • Production Deployments…
    • Strong Movements …
      Source: Rackspace Cloud Builders, May 2011
    • Production IaaS Clouds …
      Source: Cloud.com, May 2011
    • No lock-in
      Utilize existing data centers
      Geo-location
      Price/performance
      Compliance
      ‘Single pane of glass’
      Private clouds
      Public clouds
      Private and Hybrid Cloud Drivers
    • Requirements Filter
      Resource Pools
      Application Portfolio
      Cloud #1
      Performance
      App 1
      App 1
      Cost
      App 2
      Cloud #2
      App 2
      Security
      App N
      Compliance
      App N
      Internal DC
      Colocated
      Reliability
      Goal: Workload Deployment Freedom
      It’s about using multiple resource pools, not choosing one
    • What’s Feasible Now?
    • IT Vending Machine
    • IT Vending Machine
      THEN
      • Single application stack
      • Request a server (physical or virtual)
      • Install OS
      NOW
      • Multiple application stacks
      • Click a button … 1x, 100x, 1000x
      36,000 minutes
      to
      30 minutes
    • Disaster Recovery
      What happens when the cloud fails?
    • Disaster RecoveryStaged Server Configuration, pre-staged data and running Slave Database Server
      • Generally recommended DR solution
      • Minimal additional cost
      • Allows fairly rapid recovery
    • Cloud Bursting – Zynga’s Z Cloud
      “Scale fast or fail fast”
      Low demand and low predictability Public
      High demand and high predictability Private
      Concept to production in < 6 months
      Built on commodity hardware
      Supports no less than thousands of physical servers
      Can (and have) fully provisioned over 1,000 physical servers in less than 24 hours
      Source: Zynga CTO – Centralized Operations; InterOp, May 2011
    • Hybrid Cloud Reality: Zynga’s Z Cloud
      “This ability to invoke and coordinate both private and public clouds
      is the hidden jewel of Zynga’s success”
      - Lessons from Farmville: How Zynga Uses the Cloud, InformationWeek, May 13, 2011
    • Private and Hybrid Cloud Practicalities
    • Zone1
      Zone2
      The Start: A Typical Single-Cloud Application
      Three tiered Application
      RR DNS Load Balancers
      Array of Application Servers
      Master – Slave Databases
      Cloud 1
      LB
      LB
      Isolation Features
      Faults: using Availability Zones
      App
      App
      App

      Master
      Slave
      Security: Security Groups / Firewalls
      Plus
      Monitoring
      Alerts
      Automation
    • Scaling: Bursting App Capacity to another Cloud
      Private Cloud
      Public Cloud
      LB
      LB
      App
      App
      App
      App
      App
      App


      Master
      Slave
    • Scaling: Bursting App Capacity to another Cloud
      Private Cloud
      Public Cloud
      LB
      LB
      CPU
      App
      App
      App

      App
      App
      App
      Scale Up
      Scale Down

      Master
      Slave
      ServerArray
      Demo
    • Scaling: Bursting App Capacity to another Cloud
      Register with LB’s:
      • Using SSH
      • Using RightNet
      • Central repo
      Private Cloud
      Public Cloud
      LB
      LB
      CPU
      App
      App
      App

      App
      App
      App
      Scale Up
      Scale Down

      Public Internet
      Master
      Slave
      ServerArray
      Security:
      • Access Control
      • Encryption
      Contact DB:
      • Using DNS / IP
      • Executing a script
    • Private Cloud
      Public Cloud
      LB
      LB
      CPU
      DR: Replicating Data in another Cloud
      App
      App
      App

      App
      App
      App
      Scale Up
      Scale Down

      Public Internet
      Master
      Slave
      Slave
      ServerArray
      snap
      snap
      snap
      snap
      snap
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      snap
      Where’s the data?
      Access and encryption
    • DR: Replicating Data in another Cloud
      Private Cloud
      Public Cloud
      LB
      LB
      CPU
      App
      App
      App

      App
      App
      App
      Scale Up
      Scale Down

      Public Internet
      Master
      Slave
      Slave
      ServerArray
      snap
      snap
      snap
      snap
      snap
      snap
      snap
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      S3/Cloudfiles
      • Global storage
      • Live replication + rsync
      • NoSQL
    • Public Cloud
      Full distribution: Splitting the Load Balancers
      Private Cloud
      LB
      LB
      CPU
      App
      App
      App

      App
      App
      App
      Scale Up
      Scale Down

      Public Internet
      Master
      Slave
      Slave
      ServerArray
      snap
      snap
      snap
      snap
      snap
      snap
      snap
      snap
      snap
      snap
      snap
      snap
    • Current Landscape
      Proven technologies – production workloads; at scale
      Works on commodity hardware
      Multi-hypervisor support
      Easy to get started … deliver a POC
      • Multi/Hybrid cloud deployments are a reality, yet complex
      • RightScale platform greatly simplifies their setup and management
      • But this help is no substitute for awareness and good architecting!
    • Questions?
      Josh Fraser - VP Business Development, RightScale
      Josep M. Blanquer - Senior Systems Architect, RightScale
      June 8th, 2011
    • Offline Demo Slides
    • Multi-cloud Burst Deployment
    • Server Array: Same Template Different Cloud
    • Server Array: Voting Status
    • App Server: Getting help from scaling
    • Array Instances: Absorbing Traffic