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Virtualization vs. Containers
Get the Best of Both Worlds
About the Speakers
Scott D. Lowe, vExpert
Co-Founder, ActualTech Media
Consultant, Blogger, Speaker
Jeff Margolis
Director...
Virtualization
 Virtualization enables abstraction of hardware
resources and slices a server up into multiple virtual
mac...
Virtualization Benefits
 Has been a boon for IT for more than a decade
 Has rewritten the rules of the data center
 Has...
Virtualization Challenges
 Significant overhead
 Significant repetitive work
 OS deployments
 System configurations
 ...
Virtualization Challenges
 Every operating
system needs
individual
configuration
 Getting things
just right
takes time
V...
Containers
 Containers enable abstraction of resources at the
operating system level, enabling multiple
applications to s...
Container Benefits
 Far less resource
overhead
 Fewer operating
systems to support
 Simpler application
deployment
 Im...
Container Challenges
 Relative newcomer to the data center
 Security
 Difficult to isolate workloads
 May face challen...
The Hyperconvergence Revolution
 At the most basic, conglomeration of compute,
storage, and management
 The beginnings o...
The Hyperconverged Data Center
The Hyperconvergence Revolution
 Software defined storage technologies running
alongside business workloads
The Hyperconvergence Revolution
 Outcomes
 Simplified procurement
 Simplified deployment
 Simplified operations
 Simp...
Remaining Challenges
 Many hyperconvergence solutions are impacted by
the identified virtualization problems
 Virtual ma...
A Coming Together
Container Container Container
Operating System
App App App
VM VM VM
Hypervisor
OS OS OS
App App App
VM
Scale
Cluster Analytics
Gain insight from all nodes
Understand all resources
A Solution
 Get the benefits of both hyperconvergence and
containers
 Pure scale
 Lower application overhead
 Hardware...
 STRATOSCALE SLIDES HERE
Containers, Virtual machines and
Orchestration
® Copyright 2015 www.stratoscale.com @stratoscale +1 877 420 3244
Company Overview
• Software focused on intelligent, scal...
® Copyright 2015 www.stratoscale.com @stratoscale +1 877 420 3244
The Macro Trend We Are Following / Pushing
2010 – IT own...
® Copyright 2015 www.stratoscale.com @stratoscale +1 877 420 3244
What We Do
Virtual Machines & Containers High Performanc...
® Copyright 2015 www.stratoscale.com @stratoscale +1 877 420 3244
Containers vs. Virtual Machines
• A portable & rapid way...
® Copyright 2015 www.stratoscale.com @stratoscale +1 877 420 3244
Docker
• Single server
• No user
• No tenant
• connect t...
® Copyright 2015 www.stratoscale.com @stratoscale +1 877 420 3244
Docker Swarm
• Multi server
• No user
• No tenant
• conn...
® Copyright 2015 www.stratoscale.com @stratoscale +1 877 420 3244
Docker Swarm - scheduling
• Three methods for container ...
® Copyright 2015 www.stratoscale.com @stratoscale +1 877 420 3244
Summary
June 17, 2015 28
Docker Swarm
Clustering Single ...
Introducing Stratoscale’s CAAS
Containers As A Service
® Copyright 2015 www.stratoscale.com @stratoscale +1 877 420 3244
Stratoscale’s CAAS Key Features
• Swarm API compatible
•...
® Copyright 2015 www.stratoscale.com @stratoscale +1 877 420 3244
Single API call to create an instance
create-swarm nodes...
® Copyright 2015 www.stratoscale.com @stratoscale +1 877 420 3244
Summary
June 17, 2015 32
Docker Swarm Stratoscale
Cluste...
Thank you
Q & A and Prize
 Q & A
 And the winner is!!!!
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Virtualization Vs. Containers

  1. 1. Virtualization vs. Containers Get the Best of Both Worlds
  2. 2. About the Speakers Scott D. Lowe, vExpert Co-Founder, ActualTech Media Consultant, Blogger, Speaker Jeff Margolis Director of Presale Engineering Stratoscale
  3. 3. Virtualization  Virtualization enables abstraction of hardware resources and slices a server up into multiple virtual machines, each which mimics a complete physical server
  4. 4. Virtualization Benefits  Has been a boon for IT for more than a decade  Has rewritten the rules of the data center  Has enabled heretofore unseen levels of hardware utilization  Can enables multi-tenancy
  5. 5. Virtualization Challenges  Significant overhead  Significant repetitive work  OS deployments  System configurations  Challenging at scale Hardware Hypervisor OS OS OS App App App
  6. 6. Virtualization Challenges  Every operating system needs individual configuration  Getting things just right takes time VM VM VM Virtual Resources Hypervisor App App App
  7. 7. Containers  Containers enable abstraction of resources at the operating system level, enabling multiple applications to share binaries while remaining isolated from one another
  8. 8. Container Benefits  Far less resource overhead  Fewer operating systems to support  Simpler application deployment  Improved provisioning efficiency Container Container Container Operating System App App App
  9. 9. Container Challenges  Relative newcomer to the data center  Security  Difficult to isolate workloads  May face challenges in multitenant environments  Some challenges when it comes to scale  Not every application is suited to containers
  10. 10. The Hyperconvergence Revolution  At the most basic, conglomeration of compute, storage, and management  The beginnings of a shared resource pool  The beginning of the end of the “hamster wheel” upgrade cycle  The technology has taken hold with these roots and grown into a tree
  11. 11. The Hyperconverged Data Center
  12. 12. The Hyperconvergence Revolution  Software defined storage technologies running alongside business workloads
  13. 13. The Hyperconvergence Revolution  Outcomes  Simplified procurement  Simplified deployment  Simplified operations  Simplified scalability
  14. 14. Remaining Challenges  Many hyperconvergence solutions are impacted by the identified virtualization problems  Virtual machines each need their own resources and operating systems
  15. 15. A Coming Together Container Container Container Operating System App App App VM VM VM Hypervisor OS OS OS App App App VM
  16. 16. Scale
  17. 17. Cluster Analytics Gain insight from all nodes Understand all resources
  18. 18. A Solution  Get the benefits of both hyperconvergence and containers  Pure scale  Lower application overhead  Hardware heterogeneity
  19. 19.  STRATOSCALE SLIDES HERE
  20. 20. Containers, Virtual machines and Orchestration
  21. 21. ® Copyright 2015 www.stratoscale.com @stratoscale +1 877 420 3244 Company Overview • Software focused on intelligent, scale-out converged infrastructure • Targeting Enterprise, Service Provider and Web-Scale users • Backed by top VC and strategic investors ($42M) • Series-B led by Intel Capital • Experienced management team • Team of 50+ leading experts • Based in Herzliya, Israel and Boston, MA; branches in Haifa & San Francisco 21
  22. 22. ® Copyright 2015 www.stratoscale.com @stratoscale +1 877 420 3244 The Macro Trend We Are Following / Pushing 2010 – IT owned Data Center Storage Network Compute 2015 – The DevOps World • Traditional Applications • Reliability • Price / Performance • Plan Driven • Long Cycle Times • Next Gen Applications • Agility • Customer Experience • Continuous Process Based • Day / Week Cycles Traditional Infrastructure Approaches Not Making The Transition
  23. 23. ® Copyright 2015 www.stratoscale.com @stratoscale +1 877 420 3244 What We Do Virtual Machines & Containers High Performance Storage I M Intelligent Resource Management Compute Storage Network Basic Datacenter Building Blocks
  24. 24. ® Copyright 2015 www.stratoscale.com @stratoscale +1 877 420 3244 Containers vs. Virtual Machines • A portable & rapid way to push application workloads from development  production • No dependencies on hardware or OS • Containers are thinner and lighter weight than traditional VMs • Run several workloads on same platform: VM or bare metal. • Docker becoming very popular with new era of rapid deployment into the cloud 24
  25. 25. ® Copyright 2015 www.stratoscale.com @stratoscale +1 877 420 3244 Docker • Single server • No user • No tenant • connect to ip:port • SSL encryption supported • Option for logging in with user & password to a registry • No scheduling algorithm
  26. 26. ® Copyright 2015 www.stratoscale.com @stratoscale +1 877 420 3244 Docker Swarm • Multi server • No user • No tenant • connect to ip:port • TLS encryption supported • Similar API to docker
  27. 27. ® Copyright 2015 www.stratoscale.com @stratoscale +1 877 420 3244 Docker Swarm - scheduling • Three methods for container placement: • spread • binpack • random • Five methods for filtering servers: • Constraint • Affinity • Port • Dependency • Health
  28. 28. ® Copyright 2015 www.stratoscale.com @stratoscale +1 877 420 3244 Summary June 17, 2015 28 Docker Swarm Clustering Single Server Multi Server User Affinity None None Multi-Tenancy None None Access Method Network Network Security SSL TLS Scheduling No Yes
  29. 29. Introducing Stratoscale’s CAAS Containers As A Service
  30. 30. ® Copyright 2015 www.stratoscale.com @stratoscale +1 877 420 3244 Stratoscale’s CAAS Key Features • Swarm API compatible • Multi Tenancy • Unlimited Swarm Instances per user • API to easily create / modify Swarm instances • SLA driven performance • Container aware scheduler – virtual Swarm nodes • Inter-container networking on multiple nodes
  31. 31. ® Copyright 2015 www.stratoscale.com @stratoscale +1 877 420 3244 Single API call to create an instance create-swarm nodes=3 Optional parameters: • SLA • Auto-grow • Network connections • Keypair • Node-Flavor Creates Swarm compatible instance Returns connection Connection info: host:port
  32. 32. ® Copyright 2015 www.stratoscale.com @stratoscale +1 877 420 3244 Summary June 17, 2015 32 Docker Swarm Stratoscale Clustering Single Server Multi Server Hyperconverged – 1000’s of nodes User Affinity None None Yes Multi-Tenancy None None Yes Access Method Network Network Network / API / CLI / GUI Security SSL TLS SSL / TLS Scheduling No Yes Yes – SLA Based Policy
  33. 33. Thank you
  34. 34. Q & A and Prize  Q & A  And the winner is!!!!

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