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These are the slides that Storage Made Easy presented at the London OpenStack Summit in June 2014. They highlight a real world of example of OpenStack being used as an Enterprise File Share and Sync ...

These are the slides that Storage Made Easy presented at the London OpenStack Summit in June 2014. They highlight a real world of example of OpenStack being used as an Enterprise File Share and Sync Solution

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OpenStack and Storage Made Easy Enterprise Drop Box Use Case OpenStack and Storage Made Easy Enterprise Drop Box Use Case Presentation Transcript

  • OpenStack & Storage Made Easy ‘Enterprise DropBox’ Use Case Jim Liddle
  • Market Category: Private / Hybrid Cloud Market Segment: Enterprise File Share and Sync (AKA Enterprise DropBox) Delivery: SaaS, IaaS, On-Site Vision: #1 EFSS joining up data silos for 'cloud control' Target Market: Mid Market to Enterprise companies Go to Market: Direct, Channel (ISP), White Label USP's: Storage Agnostic, Protocol Gateway, Unification, Encryption, Audit/Governance About SME
  • ‣ Supported OpenStack since March 2011 ‣ Joined OpenStack Community May 2011 ‣ Currently a supporting organization ‣ Support OpenStack Swift Storage ‣ SME Appliance can be deployed on OpenStack Compute ‣ Currently have a number of customers using SME with OpenStack ‣ Examples: Lush (direct Corporate), WebHosting.net (ISP) SME and OpenStack
  • ‣ Lush using Storage Made Easy with OpenStack for 2 years ‣ Since June 2012 ‣ Deployed SME Cloud Appliance on IaaS Hosting (using XEN) ‣ Following trend of data center outsourcing ‣ Initially Deployed 150 users ‣ Now up to 1,000 users in over 50 countries ‣ Enables Management of multiple data sources ‣ OpenStack and any others that are used by the business ‣ Branded as ‘Lush Cloud’ ‣ Entire product stack is brandable and Lush has in-house capacity SME and Lush
  • Lush Cloud Screenshots
  • ‣ Storage now a commodity ‣ Data kept in UK important (by UK company) important ‣ Price per user important ‣ OpenStack provides scalable fault tolerant storage on low cost hardware ‣ Enterprise DropBox type use case ‣ SME was able to provide the EFSS piece ‣ Rich Web UI with Cloud Drive / Sync integration into Mac, Windows, Linux ‣ Support all mobile devices that may be used in business (iOS, Android, Windows Phone, BlackBerry) ‣ Provided full audit for files used ‘on cloud’ ‣ Provided governance controls around file sharing ‣ SME storage agnostic - no perceived lock-in if want to swap providers Why OpenStack / SME
  • ‣ Lots of interest by large companies ‣ More than ‘tyre kickers” SME currently working on over 10 concurrent Enterprise POC’s involving Swift ‣ Largest is 250K user base ‣ Continued interest from ISP’s ‣ Partly driven by ‘open source’, partly driven by ROI, partly driven by privacy fall out ‣ Companies looking for ‘missing pieces to be able to deploy ‣ Enterprise File Share and Sync – private Dropbox use case ‣ Desktop integration, mobile integration, apps integration ‣ Cloud Gateway functionality ‣ Integration with “what we have” i.e Active Directory, LDAP, SAML, Kerberos etc ‣ Auditability / Governance OpenStack Swift ‘takeaways’
  • Business Architecture
  • Logical Architecture
  • Appliance Packaging
  • Horizontal Scaling
  • Demo
  • Thanks! www.StorageMadeEasy.com