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Collaborating with Open Source in the Cloud Era

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Collaborating with Open Source in the Cloud Era

  1. 1. Collaborating with Open Sourcein the Cloud eraFrederic AatzOpen Software InitiativeMicrosoft FranceAlfonso CastroOpen Solutions GroupMicrosoft Corp.
  2. 2. http://www.microsoft.com/openness Play well Listen to Open in with others customers the Cloud
  3. 3. Microsoft + Open SourceMomentum
  4. 4. Microsoft + Linux• Linux runs as a first- class guest on Windows Server Hyper-V “Microsoft is playing quite• Develop apps for both nicely with Linux and Linux and Windows other open source tools. “ (CoApp) -Robert McMillan, Wired Enterprise• Supported on Windows Azure Virtual Machines (CentOS, openSUSE, SUSE, Ubuntu)
  5. 5. Mark Shuttleworth, Canonical – June 7th 2012●“Microsoft has built an impressive new entrant to theInfrastructure-as-a-Service market, and Ubuntu is there forcustomers who want to run workloads on Azure that are best suitedto Linux. Windows Azure was built for the enterprise market, anaudience which is increasingly comfortable with Ubuntu as aworkhorse for scale-out workloads; in short, it’s a good fit for bothof us, and it’s been interesting to do the work to bring Ubuntu to theplatform.”“Just as we need to ensure that customers can run Ubuntu and●Windows together inside their data centre and on the LAN, wewant to ensure that cloud workloads play nicely.”“The team leading Azure has a sophisticated understanding of●Ubuntu and Linux in general.”
  6. 6. Open Source groups at Microsoft Open Software Initiative Product Open Source Open Open Groups Technology Solutions Technologies (Azure, SQL Center Group Server, etc.)Communities Technology Code Business contribution
  7. 7. Open Solutions Group Focus and Customers Works on behalf of customers with partners, competitors, and communities in the open-source space to develop unified solutions for mixed-source environmentsOUR FOCUS SUBSET OF 900+ CUSTOMERS WORLDWIDEMIXED-SOURCE DATA CENTERSVIRTUALIZATION of Linux on Hyper-VSYSTEMS MANAGEMENT of LinuxSupport for LINUX OPERATING SYSTEMWindows and Linux HIGH PERFORMANCE COMPUTINGSOLUTIONSPRIVATE CLOUD and PUBLIC CLOUD + 8
  8. 8. Why Microsoft and SUSE Alliance? CHOICE INTEROPERABILITY OPENNESS DOING TOGETHER WHAT NO SINGLECUSTOMERS COME FIRST VENDOR CAN DO ALONE MOVING IT FORWARD, YOUR WAY Investments maximized for better  Collaboration from data center to  Consolidation, simplification, and economics cloud better management for your mixed environment Best of both Linux and Windows®  Unified solutions replace technology silos  Processes and protocols that work Emphasis on innovation across cloud infrastructure  First-class support for mixed environments  Deep monitoring of mixed-source applications 9
  9. 9. Extending Microsoft’s Private CloudBy fully supporting the Windows and Linux environmentAutomation Exposed Web Services—Fully Configurable UI Windows and Open-Source StacksMixed Infrastructure Directory® Active Servers Storage Network Load-Balancing
  10. 10. Adding the Public Cloud dimension Keeping consistency across the Windows and Linux environmentAutomatio n Exposed Web Services—Fully Configurable UI Windows and Open-Source Stacks Mixed Infrastructure Directory® Active Servers Storage Network Load-Balancing
  11. 11. Collaboration Summary Why Microsoft and SUSE Alliance? FAR REACHING COLLABORATION Full set of cross-platform offeringsCUSTOMERS WIN GLOBAL PRESENCE COST SAVINGSCustomers gain the More than Building on a base of 5+ years continuingBESTof both worlds 30 COUNTRIES a customer-focused partnership where CUSTOMERSWORLDWIDE CUSTOMERS IMPROVING LINUX TOGETHER SAVED 100s of Microsoft® and SUSE among the MILLIONS of800+and counting… TOP 5 DOLLARS code contributors to Linux 3.0 kernel 12

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