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Deutsche Wolke - eine Open Source Cloud Initiative der Open Source Business Alliance

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  • Die Deutsche WolkeEnterprise Open Source Day 2012 Nürnberg Thomas Ludwig Uhl Open Source Business Alliance
  • OSB Alliance im Überblick● Gründung im März 2005● ca. 230 Mitglieder ● Anbieter (Hersteller und Dienstleister) / Anwender/ Wissenschaftliche Partner● Kontaktbüros in DACH und Nordamerika● Ziele ● Business Development für Open Source Lösungen ● Verbesserung der Interoperabilität (basierend auf offenen Standards) ● Schaffung eines kompletten Open Source Lösungsstacks ● Working Groups: – Office Interoperability – Deutsche Wolke – Open Thin Client Alliance – Public Affairs Open Source Business Alliance 2
  • Was ist die Deutsche Wolke? ● Inspiriert durch Statements von Rene Obermann und Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. mult. August-Wilhelm Scheer ● Initiative zum Aufbau einer föderalen Cloud-Infrastruktur in Deutschland ● Kooperation mehrerer OSB-Alliance Mitglieder ● Arbeitsprogramm: ● Integration von Software Produkten auf Open Source Basis ● Nutzung geografisch verteilter Rechenzentren ● Umsetzung der Open Cloud Principles (Offene Standards) ● Erarbeitung von OPEX Preismodellen ● Aufbau eines Reseller Netzwerkes Open Source Business Alliance
  • Transparent statt Nebulös ● 100% Standort Deutschland ● 100% High-End Rechenzentren ● 100% Open Source basierte Software ● 100% Deutsche Firmen und Ansprechpartner ● 100% Deutsche Administration ● 100% Deutscher Rechtsraum ● 100% Herstellerunabhängigkeit Open Source Business Alliance
  • Deutsche Wolke: Partner ● Agorum GmbH – DMS/ECM Software ● Boston Deutschland GmbH - Hardware ● Datenwerk GmbH – Installation und Betrieb ● HeliumV – ERP Software ● Information Desire GmbH – Projekt Management Software ● RedHat Inc. – IaaS und Betriebssystem ● RisingTide Systems LLC – SAN Storage ● SuSe GmbH – Appliance Builder und Betriebssystem ● Univention GmbH – IaaS und Betriebssystem ● Zarafa Deutschland GmbH – Groupware Software Open Source Business Alliance
  • Vendor Lock-In In economics, vendor lock-in, also known as Proprietary lock-in, or customer lock-in, makes a customer dependent on a vendor for products and services, unable to use another vendor without substantial switching costs. Lock-in costs which create barriers to market entry may result in antitrust action against a monopoly. (Wikipedia) Open Source Business Alliance 6
  • Open Cloud Initiative: Open Cloud Principles ● Copyrights: The standard must be documented in all its details, published and both accessible and [re]usable free of charge. ● Patents: Any patents possibly present on [parts of] the standard must be irrevocably made available on a royalty-free basis. ● Trademarks: Any trademarks possibly present on identifier(s) must be used for non-discriminatory enforcement of compliance only. ● Implementations: There must be multiple full, faithful, independent and interoperable implementations (for both client and server where applicable) and at least one such implementation must be licensed in its entirety under an Open Source Initiative (OSI) approved license or placed into the public domain. Open Source Business Alliance
  • OSBA: Open Source Reference Stack (OSRS)Presen- Virtual Desktop Environment Web-Portale tation RedHat / Thinstuff / Univention QuinScape/AncudIT Identity-Management (RedHat / Univention / Tarent) ERP CRM/PM PM Novabit Information Desire Point Software HeliumV Monitoring – Icinga/Nagios (Netways) Appli- Groupwarecation/ DMS/ECM PLM OX / VIPcom Perimeter Security (Astaro) Agorum OSSworxService Zarafa Web BI ITSM OpenSaga Meeting Jasper Soft Semantic search BroxIT OTRS QuinScape Struktur AG Jedox Database ESB Mail-Middle- App-Server ware Postgres JBOSS Sopera Archive MuleSoft Benno OS Linux / Hypervisor HV SuSe / RedHat / debian (Credativ) / UCS (Univention) Filesharing SAN Replication Backup ArchiveStorage Filespots RisingTide LinBit SEP Sesam GrauData ownCloud Hard- ware Boston Deutschland Open Source Business Alliance 8
  • Geschäftsmodell● Trennung zwischen IaaS and SaaS● Umsatz-Split zwischen Hoster, Softwareanbieter und Channel- Partner (Beispiel: 30% IaaS, 50% SaaS, 20% Channel)● Zukunft: Abrechnung auf Basis des Accountings von API-Aufrufen Channel Partner 20% Umsatz Agorum Projectile Zarafa 50% DMS PM Groupware IaaS - Compute & Storage 30% Open Source Business Alliance
  • Services in der Deutsche Wolke API Web-Client Web-Client QuinScape/Tarent GUI CRM/PM API Information Desire API Mobile Client GUI ERP API HeliumV Enterprise Service Bus API Mobile Client Rich Client GUI Grouware API (MuleSoft) Zarafa Cloud API API Mobile Client GUI DMS API (RESTful) Agorum Archive Service CLI API API Grau Data Registry CLI/ IaaS Accounting API API GUI Univention/SuSe/RHAT Billing Open Source Business Alliance 10
  • Groupware as a Services basierend auf EWS OSS PM API Web-Client Web-Client Information Desire QuinScape/Tarent ERP API Mobile Client HeliumV / Nuclos SAPGW Enterprise Service Bus SAP API Mobile Client Rich Client EWS (MuleSoft) Zarafa API Web-Client Evolution Exchange API QuinScape/Tarent DWS Mobile Client AppleMail Domino API Open Source Business Alliance 11
  • IaaS as a Service oder (IaaS)aaS Transformer JIntelligence Web-Client API (oVirt) Mobile Client CLI Transformer Enterprise Service Bus Fujitsu API (XEN) Mobile Client Cloud API (MuleSoft) Transformer Noris IBM Network API Transformer DatenWerk Noris Network API (OpenQRM) Open Source Business Alliance 12
  • Verteilte IaaS as a Service Web-Client Transformer API CLI Mobile Client Master ESB API Cloud API Mobile Client Transformer API API Open Source Business Alliance 13
  • Nächste Schritte ● Integration weiterer Partner/Module: ● Zarafa (Groupware) ● HeliumV (ERP) ● Virtuelle Desktops (FreeRDP, x2go) ● Verbesserung der Integration ● Einführung eines Enterprise Service Bus (MuleSoft) ● Single Sign On auf Basis von Yubikey ● Integration der Hosting Partner ● Datenwerk [Equinix] (Frankfurt) ● Fujitsu Technology Services (Neuenstadt) ● Jintelligence [Level 3] (München) ● COMBack (Oberreichenbach) ● Noris Network (Nürnberg/München) ● Aufbau eines Reseller-Channels Open Source Business Alliance
  • Praxisbeispiel: Stadt Schwäbisch Hall agorum RTS SAN Schwäbisch Hall Disks agorum Deutsche Wolke RTS SAN sync RTS SAN Disks Disks Open Source Business Alliance 15
  • Kontakt Thomas Ludwig Uhl Stellvertretender Vorstandsvorsitzender Cel: +49 172 7277920 E-Mail: uhl@osb-alliance.com Twitter: @tuhl Deutsche Wikipedia: Thomas Uhl Open Source Business Alliance