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ITERA 2012 Conference - Research in Cloud Computing
ITERA 2012 Conference - Research in Cloud Computing
ITERA 2012 Conference - Research in Cloud Computing
ITERA 2012 Conference - Research in Cloud Computing
ITERA 2012 Conference - Research in Cloud Computing
ITERA 2012 Conference - Research in Cloud Computing
ITERA 2012 Conference - Research in Cloud Computing
ITERA 2012 Conference - Research in Cloud Computing
ITERA 2012 Conference - Research in Cloud Computing
ITERA 2012 Conference - Research in Cloud Computing
ITERA 2012 Conference - Research in Cloud Computing
ITERA 2012 Conference - Research in Cloud Computing
ITERA 2012 Conference - Research in Cloud Computing
ITERA 2012 Conference - Research in Cloud Computing
ITERA 2012 Conference - Research in Cloud Computing
ITERA 2012 Conference - Research in Cloud Computing
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    • 1. Research in CloudComputingMichael BluvshteynAndrew WeissPurdue University
    • 2. Introduction About the researchers Motivation for this project University support
    • 3. A Background in CloudComputing What is cloud computing?  Back to the basics Service models  Focus on IaaS Deployment models  Focus on private cloud Hardware independence
    • 4. Business Case Scenario Mid-size enterprise Multiple sites IaaS IT resources  People  Hardware  Money
    • 5. Research MethodologyProblem at Hand | Questions to Answer Is the cloud a viable solution? Which virtualization solution is better for the given scenario? What are the scalability concerns What are the interoperability concerns? What are the manageability requirements?
    • 6. Diving intoOpenStack Andrew Weiss
    • 7. What is OpenStack? Overview History  Partners  Sponsors Components  Nova  Glance  Swift  Keystone  Horizon Development
    • 8. Key Functionality Virtual machine provisioning and image management Hypervisor management Network management Storage Centralized authentication  LDAP support User interface
    • 9. Building an OpenStack Cloud Logical platform segmentation  Cloud controller  Compute node(s)  Storage node(s) Knowledge requirements Hardware/software specifications Networking requirements Troubleshooting
    • 10. Diving into VMware Michael Bluvshteyn
    • 11. An Overview of VMware History Product focus for this research  vSphere  vCenter  vCloud Director  ESXi
    • 12. Deployment Knowledge requirements Hardware/software requirements Network requirements Installation
    • 13. Key Functionality Virtual machine provisioning and management Host management IaaS support  vCloud Director
    • 14. Research Resultsand Conclusions
    • 15. Primary Focus Areas and Results Scalability Manageability Interoperability Is the cloud a viable solution?  Scenario  Case study analysis Where to from here?
    • 16. Questions?

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