Big Data Apps on OpenStack

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The massive computing and storage resources that are needed to support big data applications make cloud environments an ideal fit, and more so OpenStack, which is open and is emerging as a standard …

The massive computing and storage resources that are needed to support big data applications make cloud environments an ideal fit, and more so OpenStack, which is open and is emerging as a standard for both public and private clouds.
But managing your big data app is no walk in the park - configuration, orchestration, HA, auto-scaling are all quite hard to do - which is where Cloudify fits in.

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  • Primary and Backup dependency Moving data around for scaling Availability - moving data without losing it.Moving processes to the data rather than the other way aroundManaging the app as a whole

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  • 1. BIG DATA APPSON OPENSTACK
  • 2. about:meHead of Product @ GigaSpaces @uri1803 github.com/uric
  • 3. “Big data and cloud technology go hand-in-hand. Big data needs clusters of servers forprocessing, which clouds can readily provide.” Ed Dumbill, The O’Reilly Radar
  • 4. Why OpenStack?• Everyone (well, almost…) is in – HP, RackSpace, Dell, IBM, RedHat• Same API for public & private clouds – Cloud bursting – Portability
  • 5. The 3 V’s of Big Data
  • 6. Big Data Is Not Just About Elephants
  • 7. Distributed File System
  • 8. Map/Reduce
  • 9. Data Mining
  • 10. Data Access
  • 11. Discovery & Orchestration
  • 12. Real Time Event Processing
  • 13. HDFS, in Reality
  • 14. Map/Reduce, in Reality
  • 15. Mongo, in Reality
  • 16. Storm
  • 17. Storm, In Reality
  • 18. And What about Other Parts of Your App??
  • 19. And This is What Your Big Data App Will Eventually Look Like
  • 20. Managing All of That In the Cloud• Start VMs• Install and configure components• Monitor• Repair• (Auto) Scale• Burst…
  • 21. Managing Big Managing Big Data Apps ≠ Data
  • 22. Some Existing (partial) Solutions
  • 23. Introducing Cloudifythe Open Paas Stack (Pun Intended)
  • 24. When PaaS Met DevOps…
  • 25. Your App, Your Recipe
  • 26. How It Works Process Install Bootstrap Application Configure Java & Cloudify Recipe Start Agent Monitor & Ensures H/ACommands ResourceAllocation Invokes IaaS API Compute Services
  • 27. DemoApache
  • 28. Q&A
  • 29. THANK YOU! GET IT TODAY, FOR FREE:WWW.CLOUDIFYSOURCE.ORG