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ATMOSPHERE Webinar: Combining Clouds with Fogbow (Francisco Brasileiro)

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Increasingly, users are turning to hybrid cloud computing infrastructures for the deployment of their applications. Cloud federation, cloudbursting, and cloud brokering are some of the most popular models for combining multiple cloud computing providers into a single infrastructure. This webinar we discuss how the Fogbow middleware can be used to support different cloud combination models, both from the end-users’, as well as the cloud providers’ perspectives.

Francisco Brasileiro will present the main features provided by the middleware, and how it can be easily customised to combine multiple clouds, running different cloud orchestrators. Leandro Ciuffo will talk about RNP’s (the Brazilian NREN) plans to adopt Fogbow for the federation of clouds, and to enhance the portfolio of services that RNP offers to its community of users.

https://www.atmosphere-eubrazil.eu/combining-clouds-fogbow

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ATMOSPHERE Webinar: Combining Clouds with Fogbow (Francisco Brasileiro)

  1. 1. Co-funded by the European Commission Horizon 2020 - Grant #777154 Brazilian Ministry of Science, Technology & Innovation Coordinated calls between Europe and Brazil Webinar series Combining clouds with Fogbow atmosphere-eubrazil.eu @AtmosphereEUBR
  2. 2. Speakers • Francisco Brasileiro – Professor at Universidade Federal de Campina Grande in Brazil – Brazilian coordinator of the ATMOSPHERE project • Leandro Ciuffo – Associate Director of Advanced Internet in the Directorate of R&D at RNP (Brazil's National Research and Education Network) 2
  3. 3. Co-funded by the European Commission Horizon 2020 - Grant #777154 Brazilian Ministry of Science, Technology & Innovation Coordinated calls between Europe and Brazil The Fogbow Middleware Francisco Brasileiro fubica@dsc.ufcg.edu.br atmosphere-eubrazil.eu @AtmosphereEUBR
  4. 4. Fogbow in a nutshell • Fogbow is a microservice-based midleware that supports multiple ways to combine clouds, including: – Cloud brokering – Hybrid clouds – Federated clouds • Open source • Completely customizable via plugins 4
  5. 5. IaaS deployment models • Public cloud providers – Shared multi-site infrastructures – Economy of scale leads to very efficient providers – Provides higher elasticity to users – Pay-as-you-go pricing scheme reduces upfront investments to users – Might raise security and privacy concerns 5
  6. 6. IaaS deployment models • Private cloud providers – Dedicated (typically) single-site infrastructures – Brings no new security and privacy concerns – Smaller than public providers, thus tend to be less efficient – Normally, less elastic than public providers • More restrictive usage quotas 6
  7. 7. Combined deployment models • Multi-clouds (brokers) – Allow multiple public clouds to be used, increasing the portfolio of services available to users – Allow resource allocation driven by some objective function (eg. minimize cost) – If implemented in-house, may mitigate vendor lock-in issue of public clouds 7
  8. 8. Combined deployment models • Hybrid clouds – Typically, extends the infrastructure of a private cloud by allowing some of the workload to be outsourced to a public cloud – Improves the efficiency of the private cloud – Provides access to multiple geographically distributed sites • Useful for fault tolerance and attend geo-sensitive workloads – Sensitive workload might need to run in the private part of the infrastructure 8
  9. 9. Combined deployment models • Federation/community of private clouds – Shared multi-site infrastructures • Fine control on how sharing is performed at each autonomous site (from the providers point of view) – Depending on how members trust each other, may not raise extra security and privacy concerns – May allow for higher elasticity – More flexibility in defining business models 9
  10. 10. Combining clouds: cloud brokering 10 AWS datacenter at Sao Paulo (runs AWS services) RNP Compute Service (runs CloudStack)
  11. 11. Combining clouds: cloud brokering 11
  12. 12. Combining clouds: cloudbursting 12 AWS datacenter at Sao Paulo (runs AWS services) LSD/UFCG private cloud (runs OpenStack)
  13. 13. Combining clouds: cloudbursting 13
  14. 14. Combining clouds: federation 14 LSD/UFCG private cloud (runs OpenStack) RNP Compute Service (runs CloudStack)
  15. 15. Combining clouds: federation 15
  16. 16. Combining clouds: federation 16
  17. 17. Visit website for more information 17 Check it out here! Get on board! Download and use it!

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