From RHEL to RHEV to Cloud                   Tim Speetjens                   Solution Architect, Red Hat                  ...
#1                                                OPEN                                              SOURCE                ...
PRODUCT PROCESSPARTICIPATE   100,000+               PROJECTS                          We participate in & create upstream ...
RED HAT SOLUTIONS                                    App Platforms / Messaging / Cache / Grid / SOA                       ...
SUBSCRIPTION MODEL                                   KNOWLEDGEBASE                                     CUSTOMER PORTAL    ...
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6
Bringing the Community, Vendors and UsersTogether                                             Enterprise                  ...
Facts and Figures    Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6      Released November 10th, 2010       1st Service Pack May 19th     Repr...
At the Heart of IT                                Cloud Infrastructure             3rd Party                   3rd Party  ...
Major Themes              Optimized for              todays IT                                    Virtualization          ...
Efficiency, Scalability, Reliability.     Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 evolves in concert with     hardware advances       ...
Scalability: Memory                        Scalability: CPUsScalability: File Systems12                  Red Hat Enterpris...
Reliability, Availability, Serviceability (RAS)         Enables a new class of hardware/software capabilities            ...
Policy driven power management              Advanced kernel and sub-systems            –   Power savings from CPU, disk, ...
Lower Power Consumption15                 Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6
Resource Management     Ability to manage large system resources effectively                  Control Group (Cgroups) for...
Integrated Virtualization      Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 is the hypervisor for RHEV.      Virtualization is a foundatio...
Virtualization         Deliver enhancements to make virtualization ubiquitous              Performance:                 ...
Red Hat Enterprise Linux New Life Cycle RHEL 3 and 4 RHEL 5 and 619               Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6
RED HAT ENTERPRISEVIRTUALIZATIONOverview
RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATION                                                ●   Enterprise grade,                    ...
RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATION     KERNEL-BASED VIRTUAL MACHINE (KVM)     ●   Included in Linux kernel since 2006     ●...
RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATION     PERFORMANCE AND SCALABILITY         SPECvirt_sc201080007000                         ...
RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATION     SECURITY     RHEV inherits the security features of     Linux and RHEL     SELinux s...
RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATIONHYPERVISOR                               ●   Standalone hypervisor                       ...
RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATIONRHEV 3.0 ARCHITECTURE26           RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATION | June 21, 2012
INDUSTRY LEADERSHIP: THE ONLY END-TO-END OPEN VIRTUALIZATION INFRASTRUCTUREINDUSTRY LEADERS IN INFRASTRUCTURE, NETWORKING,...
BeyondRED HAT ENTERPRISEVIRTUALIZATION
THANK YOU29     RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATION | June 21, 2012
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Zararfa SummerCamp 2012 - From RHEL to RHEV to Cloud

  1. 1. From RHEL to RHEV to Cloud Tim Speetjens Solution Architect, Red Hat June 21, 2012Version May 2012
  2. 2. #1 OPEN SOURCE LEADER D ED IFT SE AS SH D EA E LE RI S RE PE N I RE F UX S EL ED E O IN OS R RP N 0 IR O QU N AS ISE L E R JB P 4.3 TE ATIO N Z 50 CQU MS& AC LLIO UE &P R I DE D EL P ED SE A TE I A FO R TE $1 B VEN T R TER UIR HA UAL SS RA US RE UN IRS EN CQ BO S ED IRT OI N AK A OU D GL FO IPO F A J R V J M CL1993 1999 2002 2006 2008 2010 2011 2012
  3. 3. PRODUCT PROCESSPARTICIPATE 100,000+ PROJECTS We participate in & create upstream projects. We build & support open communities around integrated projects.INTEGRATE We enable software & hardware partners to participate at every stage of development.STABILIZE We commercialize these innovations together with a rich ecosystem of services & certifications.
  4. 4. RED HAT SOLUTIONS App Platforms / Messaging / Cache / Grid / SOA DEVELOPERS PaaSIT ADMINS Management Systems RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATION SYSADMINS Scale-Out, High-Performance Storage Software IaaS Physical Virtual Cloud Servers Servers Servers Network & Storage Infrastructure
  5. 5. SUBSCRIPTION MODEL KNOWLEDGEBASE CUSTOMER PORTAL & FORUMS HARDWARE & SOFTWARE CERTIFICATION SOFTWARE ASSURANCE GLOBAL SUPPORT SERVICES ● UNLIMITED ● 24/7 ● MULTI-LINGUAL AWARD-WINNING SUPPORT ● MISSION-CRITICAL ● MULTI-VENDOR CASE OWNERSHIP STABILITY WITH PRODUCT LIFECYCLE OF UP TO 10 YEARS UPDATES, PATCHES & UPGRADES SECURITY RESPONSE TEAMOPTIONAL TRAINING CURRICULA AVAILABLE
  6. 6. Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6
  7. 7. Bringing the Community, Vendors and UsersTogether Enterprise Users Hardware Software vendors vendors Open Source Community7 Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6
  8. 8. Facts and Figures Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Released November 10th, 2010 1st Service Pack May 19th Represents more than 600 person 85% more packages than years by Red Hat engineers Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 1,821 customer/partner requested 14,631 resolved issues from features included partner,customer & community reports 3.7 GB of content 847 features & fixes verified 2,957 binary RPMs by partner QA teams Red Hat engineers are based 3,900 additional kernel in 26 countries enhancements to 2.6.32 Kernel based on 2.6.32 with many features from .33 & .34 Red Hat is the lead developer of kernel features Red Hat Enterprise Linux design allows smooth integration of future features8 Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6
  9. 9. At the Heart of IT Cloud Infrastructure 3rd Party 3rd Party Virtual Middleware Applications Environments JBoss Enterprise Open Source Virtual Guest Middleware Applications Operating Systems Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Red Hat Enterprise Integrated 3rd Party Virtualization Virtualization Virtualization Physical Infrastructure9 Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6
  10. 10. Major Themes Optimized for todays IT Virtualization deployments Scale – Performance Host and Guest optimization Security – Resource control Cloud Foundation Manageability Green IT Lifecycle Power Management Long term stability Future proof10 Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6
  11. 11. Efficiency, Scalability, Reliability. Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 evolves in concert with hardware advances  Taking advantage of hardware with greater numbers of processing and memory resources  Withstanding hardware failures better.11 Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6
  12. 12. Scalability: Memory Scalability: CPUsScalability: File Systems12 Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6
  13. 13. Reliability, Availability, Serviceability (RAS) Enables a new class of hardware/software capabilities  Advanced error recovery/reporting  CPU and memory hot add  Machine Check Architecture  Intelligent recovery from CPU/memory errors  Enhanced error reporting for PCI devices (PCI-AER & APEI)  DIF/DIX: End-to-end data integrity checking  Rapid file system recovery (up to 10x faster than RHEL 5)  E.G. Fsck for 1TB filesystem (45 million files)  RHEL5 Ext3 = 1 hour, RHEL6 Ext4 = 6 minutes.13 Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6
  14. 14. Policy driven power management  Advanced kernel and sub-systems – Power savings from CPU, disk, network – Designed for minimal power with fewer interrupts  Tuned - adaptive tuning daemon – Latency policy scripts – Provides a variety of power tuning profiles  Powertop – Identifies power hungry applications and system services14 Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6
  15. 15. Lower Power Consumption15 Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6
  16. 16. Resource Management Ability to manage large system resources effectively  Control Group (Cgroups) for CPU/Memory/Network/Disk  Benefit: guarantee Quality of Service & dynamic resource allocation  Ideal for managing any multi-application environment  From back ups to the Cloud16 Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6
  17. 17. Integrated Virtualization  Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 is the hypervisor for RHEV.  Virtualization is a foundation for data center planning.  Red Hat Enterprise Linux is an excellent virtualization host, and is designed to be a superior guest on any of the major hypervisors.  Leverages built-in kernel features for networking storage related to guest acceleration.17 Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6
  18. 18. Virtualization Deliver enhancements to make virtualization ubiquitous  Performance:  Commonly 85%-95% of bare metal, including I/O bound workloads  Scalability:  Host: 160/4096 cores; 2TB/64TB RAM  Guest: 64vCPU; 256 GB RAM  Advanced capabilities:  Live Migration; CPU/Mem resource control  Memory page sharing (KSM); SR-IOV; VT-D; SVirt security  Hypervisor integrated into the Linux kernel  All features accrue to Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization, which also provides sophisticated management capabilities18 Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6
  19. 19. Red Hat Enterprise Linux New Life Cycle RHEL 3 and 4 RHEL 5 and 619 Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6
  20. 20. RED HAT ENTERPRISEVIRTUALIZATIONOverview
  21. 21. RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATION ● Enterprise grade, centralized management and hypervisor for server and desktop virtualization ● Industry leading performance, scalability and security infrastructure ● Ecosystem of thousands of hardware and software vendors ● 50–70% lower cost compared to other solutions21 RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATION | June 21, 2012
  22. 22. RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATION KERNEL-BASED VIRTUAL MACHINE (KVM) ● Included in Linux kernel since 2006 ● Runs Linux, Windows and other operating system guests ● Advanced features ● Live migration ● Memory page sharing ● Thin provisioning ● PCI Pass-through ● KVM architecture provides high “feature-velocity” – leverages the power of Linux22 RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATION | June 21, 2012
  23. 23. RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATION PERFORMANCE AND SCALABILITY SPECvirt_sc201080007000 ● Leading performance results6000 ● Highest in 2, 4 and 8 socket systems5000 ● Only hypervisor on 8 socket systems4000 ● Including over 500 VMs per host300020001000 0 2 sockets 4 sockets 8 http://spec.org/virt_sc2010/23 RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATION | June 21, 2012
  24. 24. RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATION SECURITY RHEV inherits the security features of Linux and RHEL SELinux security policy infrastructure Provides protection and isolation for virtual machines and host Compromised virtual machine cannot access other VMs or host sVirt Project Sub-project of NSAs SELinux community. Provides “hardened” hypervisors Multilevel security. Isolate guests Contain any hypervisor breaches24 RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATION | June 21, 2012
  25. 25. RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATIONHYPERVISOR ● Standalone hypervisor ● Small footprint < 100MB – Customized spin of RHEL + KVM – Just enough RHEL to run virtual machines – Security hardened image – Runs on all RHEL hardware – with Intel VT/AMD-V CPUs ● Easy to install, configure and upgrade – PXE boot, USB boot, CD or Hard drive25 RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATION | June 21, 2012
  26. 26. RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATIONRHEV 3.0 ARCHITECTURE26 RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATION | June 21, 2012
  27. 27. INDUSTRY LEADERSHIP: THE ONLY END-TO-END OPEN VIRTUALIZATION INFRASTRUCTUREINDUSTRY LEADERS IN INFRASTRUCTURE, NETWORKING,STORAGE ARE BACKING RHEV27 RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATION | June 21, 2012
  28. 28. BeyondRED HAT ENTERPRISEVIRTUALIZATION
  29. 29. THANK YOU29 RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATION | June 21, 2012

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