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Xen.org Latinoware 2009 Xen.org Latinoware 2009 Presentation Transcript

  • Virtualization the Open Source Way with Xen! Stephen Spector Community Manager, Xen.org
  • "I think Xen is a great product. It is easy to use. But most important is the very active community around it. I would not say many 'issues' around using Xen, but 'challenges' are addressed there [in the community] with the things every virtual machine has to deal with. Things such as: I/O- Werner Vogels issues, guaranteed scheduling issues, domain CTO, zero security concerns,… Amazon.com The community out there is very helpful. That was a very big reason for us in selecting Xen." 10/23/09 Latinoware 2009 2
  • Presentation Overview History of Xen.org Community & Xen Hypervisor What is Virtualization? Why Virtualization? Why Open Source? Why Xen? Xen Project & Solution Family How Xen Works 10/23/09 Latinoware 2009 3
  • XenoServers – Cambridge University 1999 Client XenoServer • Incremental rollout • Global services and apps • Flexible platform • Exploit network topology • Unified management • Open commercial platform 10/23/09 Latinoware 2009 4
  • Xen Hypervisor Controlling the XenoServer Open Platform (Nov 02) Paper Home- Cambridge University Xen.org Blog – History of Xen ● Part 1 ● Part 2 ● Part 3 ● Part 4 10/23/09 Latinoware 2009 5
  • History of Xen.org 1999 2002 2004 XenoServer Xen Hypervisor Xen 1.0 Xen 2.0 Xen Summit Concept Development Released Released 2005 2006 2007 2008 Xen Flash Red Hat, Novell, Xen 3.0 MSFT & VMware Citrix acquires HP/Dell Servers Sun adopt Xen Released Adopt PV XenSource 10/23/09 Latinoware 2009 6
  • Xen.org Project Mission Statement Build industry standard OSS Hypervisor Core engine in various solutions Maintain industry leading performance Exploit new hardware features Maintain stability and quality Security is paramount Support multiple CPU types Server to client to mobile phones Foster innovation Drive interoperability 10/23/09 Latinoware 2009 7
  • Xen.org Community Advisory Board Contributors Research User Community Vendors optimize Xen for products 10/23/09 Latinoware 2009 8
  • Xen.org and ISV/IHV Community APPLICATION APPLIANCE HA / DISASTER RECOVERY SAN HARDWARE SYSTEM MANAGEMENT APPLICATION MIGRATION NETWORK HARDWARE BACKUP VIRTUALIZATION MANAGEMENT DATABASE SECURITY VIRTUAL APPLIANCES P2V CONVERSIONS GRID COMPUTING SERVICE LEVEL AUTOMATION PROVISIONING VIRTUAL LAB MANAGEMENT IDENTITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM HARDWARE 10/23/09 Latinoware 2009 9
  • What is Virtualization? An InfoClipz provided by www.infoworld.com. Server Virtualization explained in 3 minutes or less! YouTube Video 10/23/09 Latinoware 2009 10
  • Why Virtualization? Clean up Scale-Out OS Feature Failure ● Full Configuration ● Performance Predictability Server Sprawl ● Security and Reliability Backward App Compatibility 1 App Per Server 5 – 15% CPU Utilization 10/23/09 Latinoware 2009 11
  • Why Open Source? 10/23/09 Latinoware 2009 12
  • Why Xen? Bleading Edge Client-Server-Mobile Performance Security In Cloud Community Open Source Enterprise Proven Scalabilty 10/23/09 Latinoware 2009 13
  • Xen.org Projects - Solutions Hypervisor Xen Cloud Platform Hosted Xen Xen Client Initiative 10/23/09 Latinoware 2009 14
  • Xen Hypervisor Clients Embedded Virtualization Software Cloud Providers 10/23/09 Latinoware 2009 15
  • Xen Cloud Platform Cloud Solution Providers Open Source Open Standards (DMTF) / API Management / Storage / Security Xen Cloud Platform 10/23/09 Latinoware 2009 16
  • Xen Client Initiative Enable Xen Hypervisor for ANY Device Security Manageability Supportability 10/23/09 Latinoware 2009 17
  • XCI Demo Ian Pratt of Xen.org with Mark Templeton President and CEO of Citrix ● XCI Demo on Mac OSX Laptop ● Two VMs – Mac OSX and Windows XP ● Import Windows XP Applications into Mac OS X Interace http://www.citrix.com/tv/#video/611 XCI Demo 10/23/09 Latinoware 2009 18
  • Hosted Xen Port Xen Hypervisor to a Type 2 Hypervisor Virtual Machines (Video, Net, Keyboard, Mouse, Disk) Ioemu.exe Application Operating System HXEN.sys Kernel Module 10/23/09 Latinoware 2009 19
  • How Xen Works VM0 VM1 VM2 VM3 Device Manager/ Applications Applications Applications Control Software Device Back-End Driver Front-End Driver Front-End Driver Emulation Native Driver Virtual CPU, Virtual MMU, Event Channel Hardware - SMP, MMU, Ethernet, Physical Memory, SCSI/IDE 10/23/09 Latinoware 2009 20
  • Para-Virtualization vs Full-Virtualization Enlightened 10/23/09 Latinoware 2009 21
  • PCI Passthrough VM0 VM1 VM2 Device Manager/ Applications Applications Control Software Direct “privileged” Guest access to hardware Back-End Driver Front-End Driver Driver Native Driver SCSI Controller 10/23/09 Latinoware 2009 22
  • Future Features Distributed Virtual Switch Open source virtual switch for Xen Security – Isolation & Resource Control pvOPS Dom0 Kernel Fault Tolerance New Compilation System More at http://www.xen.org/products/xen_roadmap.html 10/23/09 Latinoware 2009 23
  • Xen Events November 19-20, 2009 Xen Directions at LinuxTAG Shanghai, China Berlin, Germany June 09 10/23/09 Latinoware 2009 24
  • Obrigado Email: stephen.spector@xen.org Twitter: @xen_com_mgr Blog: http://blog.xen.org Brazil Xen Users Group: http://www.xen-br.org/ http://www.xen.org 10/23/09 Latinoware 2009 25
  • Logo Attribution Slide 8 Slide 17 4 links myspace.com Slide 12 qumu.com mspmentor.net gcinfotech.com Slide 11 Slide 15 hunternuttall.com itp.net superstock.com vhxn.com southpolestation.com stmatthewsonline.org blog.quantitecture.com Slide 16 secure.engr.oregonstate.edu Slide 10 Slide 19 infosysblogs.com blog.makezine.com Slide 20 abdullin.com/cloud-computing-in-net bestpcreviews.com Slide 13 Slide 7 9 links Slide 14 Slide 4 Slide 23 Slide 21 web.net fanpop.com sevenlittlemonkeys.files.wordpress.com/ www.nongnu.org/ 10/23/09 Latinoware 2009 26