Alessandro Pilotti
CEO Cloudbase Solutions
@cloudbaseit
OpenStack & Hyper-V
OpenStack
An open source IaaS project
• Apache 2 license
Managed by the OpenStack Foundation
• More than 150 companies joi...
Releases
Very aggressive schedule
• Twice a year
• Essex
• Apr 2012
• Hyper-V removed
• Folsom
• October 2012
• Cloudbase ...
Reasons for success
• Most cloud providers want a platform to embed and extend
• E.g. Rackspace, HP
• Most cloud engineers...
Reasons for success
• Great support for virtual networking
• OpenVSwitch is becoming the “standard de facto” in SDN
• Comp...
Drawbacks
• Setup experience
• Lack of unified deployment tools
• Lack of proper documentation
• Some “youth” issues
• The...
Target market
• Public clouds
• Big private clouds
• Not really suitable for mid / small clouds
• Flavors limit flexibilit...
Pets vs Cattle
• 2 ways of looking at your VMs
• Pets
• You name them
• Each one has a specific role
• If one “dies”, it’s...
OpenStack Architecture
• Distributed Components
• Can be deployed on a single server or multiple servers
• Public RESTful ...
Deployment
• How do you deploy 1000+ physical servers?
• Puppet
• We are working on the CI infrastructure with Microsoft
•...
Crowbar
• Big part of Dell’s cloud strategy
• Bare-metal deployment
• vendor independent
• PXE booting
• Sledgehammer imag...
Crowbar
Hyper-V 2012 availability
• FREE edition
• Full Hypervisor
• Minimum OS support
• Minimum impact on security updates, etc
...
Components
Compute (Nova)
Object Storage (Swift)
Block Storage (Cinder)
Image Service (Glance)
Networking (Quantum)
Dashbo...
Architecture 1
Architecture 2
Component interaction
• AMQP
• RabbitMQ
• Apache Qpid
• API
• RESTful services
• Database
• Any Python SQLAlchemy provider...
Keystone
• Single point of integration for:
• Authentication
• Catalog
• Policy
• Token
• Plugin based architecture for ba...
Swift
Scalable and fault tolerant object storage
• Achieved via replication
Optional cache (e.g. memcache) used to improve...
Glance
Image store
• glance-registry
• glance-api
Actual storage is plugin based, currently including:
• Swift
• S3
• Loca...
Glance images
• Created by providing:
• Container format
• Bare, OVF, AKI, ARI, AMI
• Disk Format
• RAW, VHD, VMDK, VDI, I...
Cinder
• Block storage management
• cinder-api
• cinder-volume
• Mainly iSCSI
• Driver based architecture:
• EMC
• Netapp
...
Nova
Compute
• nova-compute
Scheduler
• nova-scheduler
API (including metadata)
• nova-api
• EC2 API compatibility
• Metad...
nova-compute
Includes drivers for most hypervisors:
• Libvirt (KVM, QEMU)
• Xen
• Hyper-V
• ESX / ESXi / vCenter
• Baremet...
nova-scheduler
Scheduling instance deployment is a fundamental feature
• Makes sure that instances are distributed in the ...
Compute driver actions
• Driver actions include
• Spawn / destroy VMs
• Retrieving VM info
• Retrieving host info
• Change...
OpenStack instances
• Virtual machines (instances) are spawned based on the
following data:
• Glance image
• Hypervisors s...
Hyper-V driver
WMI
• Currently V1 namespace (root/virtualization)
• V2 namespace used for live migration
• Complete migrat...
Hyper-V driver disks
• Copy on write (CoW) implemented with differencing
disks
• Reconnected and merged during snapshots
•...
Quantum
• Network connectivity as a service
• Plugin based architecture
• Official plugins:
• Open vSwitch
• Cisco UCS/Nex...
Hyper-V plugin
Quantum plugin
• Runs in quantum-server
• Database based configuration
• Networks, subnets, ports
Quantum a...
Hyper-V plugin
Nova compute driver
• Creates the vNics (one per network)
• Does not connect them
Quantum agent
• Creates t...
Quantum OVS interop
• Quantum plugin / agent AMQP RPC protocol is compatible
with OpenVSwitch!!
• You can use the OVS plug...
Hyper-V OpenVSwitch!
We officially started porting OpenVSwitch to
Windows!!
Why OpenVSwitch?
• De facto standard for SDN
• Great interoperability
• Hyper-V / KVM / etc
• OpenFlow
• Tunnelling
• VXLA...
OpenVSwitch porting
• Porting Posix calls to Windows API
• Same CLI as on Linux
• Open Source
• Windows kernel drivers
• N...
OpenVSwitch
Windows Kernel drivers
Horizon
• Main UI
• Implemented in Python with Django
• Typically deployed on Apache with mod_wsgi
• Includes console acce...
Horizon
Dashboard integration
• Hyper-V uses RDP for accessing the console instead of
VNC
• By default it accepts connections on p...
Dashboard integration
Decoupling from VNC
• Create plugin that embed the canvas in the Dashboard
Authentication layer
• Ke...
FreeRDP
• FreeRDP is an amazing RDP open source client.
• Apache 2 license
• Multiplatform
• Linux
• Mac OS X
• Windows
• ...
FreeRDP - Web Gateway
Client
• HTML5
• Works on any modern browser
• Web sockets for data transfer
• Canvas for painting
•...
Instance initialization
Guests require cloud specific customization on startup,
e.g.:
• Hostname
• SSH keys
• Users / grou...
Metadata access
• Metadata needs to be provided to the guest:
• Metadata API, accessed via 169.254.169.254
• Openstack or ...
Cloud-Init
Project provided by Canonical
• Currently Linux specific
• GPL
• Windows Cloud-Init (cloudbase-init)
• Written ...
Windows Cloud-Init
• Cloudbase-init (aka Windows Cloud-Init)
• Similar to the Linux cloud-init
• License: Apache 2
• Porti...
Windows Cloud-Init
• Plugin based architecture
• Supported plugins:
• SetHostNamePlugin
• CreateUserPlugin
• NetworkConfig...
Userdata format
• Windows Batch
• Powershell
• Bash
• Multi-part (Havana)
• Heat support
Password generation
• New Grizzly feature
1. Password is randomly generated
• Can be forced to the value injected by Nova
...
Windows Installer
Unattended mode
• Like all our installers, it can be executed in fully
unattended mode:
• msiexec /i CloudbaseInitSetup.ms...
OpenStack Windows Server 2012!!
OpenStack WS2012
• WS 2012 Standard - Evaluation edition
• Testing only!!
• Available for:
• Hyper-V
• KVM
• XenServer / X...
OpenStack WS2012
• Complete with:
• Drivers / tools:
• VirtIO / XenServer Tools
• Cloudbase-Init
• Sysprepped
• Eval editi...
Nova Compute Installer
• Independent Python environment to avoid conflicts with
existing applications
• Installs and regis...
Nova Compute Installer
• Creates a new Hyper-V external switch if required
• Registers nova-compute as a service and start...
Nova Compute Installer
• Enables and configures Hyper-V Live Migration
(optional )
• FreeRDP for Hyper-V console access
• ...
Unattended mode
• Can be installed in fully unattended mode, great for:
• Chef, Puppet, Group Policies…
• msiexec /i Hyper...
Nova Compute Installer
From our web site 
Quantum demo setup
Quick multi-node setup
• Controller
• Network
• Compute (Hyper-V)
• Compute (Hyper-V, optional)
• For live migration and r...
Controller
ENABLE_TENANT_VLANS=True
TENANT_VLAN_RANGE=2000:3000
PHYSICAL_NETWORK=physnet1
OVS_ENABLE_TUNNELING=False
MULTI...
Network server
HOST_IP=192.168.209.196
ENABLED_SERVICES=quantum,q-agt,q-dhcp,q-l3,q-meta
SERVICE_HOST=192.168.209.195
MYSQ...
Compute KVM
HOST_IP=192.168.209.197
ENABLED_SERVICES=n-cpu,quantum,q-agt,n-novnc,n-xvnc,n-cauth
SERVICE_HOST=192.168.209.1...
VLAN drivers issues
• BEWARE: Some Windows NIC drivers disable VLAN access
by default!
• HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESYSTEMCurrentCo...
Demo
Havana!!
• Planning for Havana now!
• Console integration
• More Quantum
• Ceilometer Hyper-V agent
• Heat Windows Cloud-I...
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OpenStack and Windows

  1. 1. Alessandro Pilotti CEO Cloudbase Solutions @cloudbaseit OpenStack & Hyper-V
  2. 2. OpenStack An open source IaaS project • Apache 2 license Managed by the OpenStack Foundation • More than 150 companies joined it including: • AMD, Intel, Canonical, SUSE Linux, Red Hat, Cisco, Dell, HP, IBM, NEC, Vmware Portable • Mostly used on Linux Written in Python
  3. 3. Releases Very aggressive schedule • Twice a year • Essex • Apr 2012 • Hyper-V removed • Folsom • October 2012 • Cloudbase Solutions involvement - Hyper-V re-included  • Grizzly • Apr 2013 • Havana • October 2013
  4. 4. Reasons for success • Most cloud providers want a platform to embed and extend • E.g. Rackspace, HP • Most cloud engineers want a platform which is easy to mantain and troubleshoot • Python, due to it’s dynamic nature, fits the role and is widely known by Linux admins and DevOps • Great scalability • Great support for multiple hypervisors • Nowadays hypervisors are “simple” components in the global architecture, not the focal point anymore • Difference between products is getting narrower
  5. 5. Reasons for success • Great support for virtual networking • OpenVSwitch is becoming the “standard de facto” in SDN • Compatibility with EC2 and S3 API • Excellent project lifecycle • Code review • Unit / System / integration tests
  6. 6. Drawbacks • Setup experience • Lack of unified deployment tools • Lack of proper documentation • Some “youth” issues • The project is anyway maturing really fast • The UI is not at the level of the competition • E.g. Cloudstack
  7. 7. Target market • Public clouds • Big private clouds • Not really suitable for mid / small clouds • Flavors limit flexibility • Failover clusters are not considered in typical Openstack deployments, due to large scalability requirements • Complex installation • Lack of maturity requires troubleshooting experience • Not suited for poorly scalable applications
  8. 8. Pets vs Cattle • 2 ways of looking at your VMs • Pets • You name them • Each one has a specific role • If one “dies”, it’s hard to replace • Poor scalability • Cattle • You don’t name them • If one “dies”, another will take it’s place • Great scalability
  9. 9. OpenStack Architecture • Distributed Components • Can be deployed on a single server or multiple servers • Public RESTful API • Bindings available for various languages (including .Net) • Queues (AMQP) for private APIs • Great scalability • Relational DBs for storing the configuration • MySQL, PostgreSQL, SQLite (and SQL server) • UI • CLI tools • Web dashboard
  10. 10. Deployment • How do you deploy 1000+ physical servers? • Puppet • We are working on the CI infrastructure with Microsoft • Chef • Crowbar • Uses mainly Chef • Dell, Suse, etc • We are currently adding Hyper-V support for 1.6 and 2.0
  11. 11. Crowbar • Big part of Dell’s cloud strategy • Bare-metal deployment • vendor independent • PXE booting • Sledgehammer image boots and gets configuration • Provisioning via Crowbar web site • Barclams • Configuration • Chef recipes
  12. 12. Crowbar
  13. 13. Hyper-V 2012 availability • FREE edition • Full Hypervisor • Minimum OS support • Minimum impact on security updates, etc • Windows Server 2012 • Just enable the related role • Windows 8 • For workstation / testing / development usage • Hyper-V 2012 R2 coming with lots of new features!
  14. 14. Components Compute (Nova) Object Storage (Swift) Block Storage (Cinder) Image Service (Glance) Networking (Quantum) Dashboard (Horizon) Identity (Keystone) Metering (Ceilometer) - new Orchestration (Heat) - new
  15. 15. Architecture 1
  16. 16. Architecture 2
  17. 17. Component interaction • AMQP • RabbitMQ • Apache Qpid • API • RESTful services • Database • Any Python SQLAlchemy provider • Mostly MySQL • SQL Server required various bug fixes
  18. 18. Keystone • Single point of integration for: • Authentication • Catalog • Policy • Token • Plugin based architecture for backends, e.g.: • SQL • LDAP, including Active Directory • PAM • Provides Restful APIs
  19. 19. Swift Scalable and fault tolerant object storage • Achieved via replication Optional cache (e.g. memcache) used to improve performance Objects served via RESTful APIs or raw HTTP requests Lifecycle independent from the other OpenStack projects
  20. 20. Glance Image store • glance-registry • glance-api Actual storage is plugin based, currently including: • Swift • S3 • Local filesystem • RADOS
  21. 21. Glance images • Created by providing: • Container format • Bare, OVF, AKI, ARI, AMI • Disk Format • RAW, VHD, VMDK, VDI, ISO, QCow2, AKI, ARI, AMI • Metadata properties • E.g.: hypervisor_type
  22. 22. Cinder • Block storage management • cinder-api • cinder-volume • Mainly iSCSI • Driver based architecture: • EMC • Netapp • Nexenta • HP Lefthand • IBM XIV • NFS • LVM • Windows Storage Server 2012 • And more…
  23. 23. Nova Compute • nova-compute Scheduler • nova-scheduler API (including metadata) • nova-api • EC2 API compatibility • Metadata API for guests Console • nova-novncproxy • nova-xvpvncproxy • nova-consoleauth No-DB-Compute (Grizzly) • nova-conductor Network (deprecated, replaced by Quantum) • nova –network Volume (deprecated, replaced by Cinder) • nova-volume
  24. 24. nova-compute Includes drivers for most hypervisors: • Libvirt (KVM, QEMU) • Xen • Hyper-V • ESX / ESXi / vCenter • Baremetal • Mixed deployments are common • e.g. KVM and Hyper-V Starting with Grizzly, no database access is needed • Uses AMQP for scalability
  25. 25. nova-scheduler Scheduling instance deployment is a fundamental feature • Makes sure that instances are distributed in the best possible way, based on a set of rules called “filters” • ComputeFilter checks the image compatibility with the host (e.g. CPU architecture, hypervisor) • Custom filters can be easily implemented in Python
  26. 26. Compute driver actions • Driver actions include • Spawn / destroy VMs • Retrieving VM info • Retrieving host info • Change VM status • start, stop, reboot, pause, suspend, etc • Snapshot management • A snapshot is an image created from an existing VM • Live migration • Cold migration / resize • Volumes attach / detach • Rescue / unrescue • Networking (deprecated)
  27. 27. OpenStack instances • Virtual machines (instances) are spawned based on the following data: • Glance image • Hypervisors specific template disk (e.g. VHD, QCow2) • Flavor • RAM • Root disk size • Ephemeral disk size • vCPUs • Specific networks can be specified as well • Creates one vNic per network
  28. 28. Hyper-V driver WMI • Currently V1 namespace (root/virtualization) • V2 namespace used for live migration • Complete migration to V2 for Havana Grizzly OS support • Windows Server / Hyper-V 2008 R2, 2012 • Windows 8 supported for development Havana OS Support • New features will target 2012 and above only
  29. 29. Hyper-V driver disks • Copy on write (CoW) implemented with differencing disks • Reconnected and merged during snapshots • Reconnected and merged on resize • Not necessary for VHDX (Havana)
  30. 30. Quantum • Network connectivity as a service • Plugin based architecture • Official plugins: • Open vSwitch • Cisco UCS/Nexus • Linux bridge • Nicira NVP • Ryu OpenFlow • NEC OpenFlow • Big Switch OpenFlow • Hyper-V
  31. 31. Hyper-V plugin Quantum plugin • Runs in quantum-server • Database based configuration • Networks, subnets, ports Quantum agent • Runs on any compute node • Supports: • Local (private vSwitch) • Flat • VLAN • NVGRE (Havana) • Communicates with plugin via AMQP L3 support: • Using the Linux L3 and DHCP plugins
  32. 32. Hyper-V plugin Nova compute driver • Creates the vNics (one per network) • Does not connect them Quantum agent • Creates the vswitch ports • Sets the VLAN ID and proper vswitch mode • For NVGRE creates instances of: • MSFT_NetVirtualizationLookupRecordSettingData • etc
  33. 33. Quantum OVS interop • Quantum plugin / agent AMQP RPC protocol is compatible with OpenVSwitch!! • You can use the OVS plugin with Hyper-V agents (or vice versa) • Limited to compatible L2 protocols: Flat / VLAN • You can use the L3 and DHCP agents with the Hyper-V plugin • Using the OVS L2 agent on the networking nodes • Great for interoperability (e.g. KVM + Hyper-V)
  34. 34. Hyper-V OpenVSwitch! We officially started porting OpenVSwitch to Windows!!
  35. 35. Why OpenVSwitch? • De facto standard for SDN • Great interoperability • Hyper-V / KVM / etc • OpenFlow • Tunnelling • VXLAN • GRE • Quantum OVS plugin • No need for a different one
  36. 36. OpenVSwitch porting • Porting Posix calls to Windows API • Same CLI as on Linux • Open Source • Windows kernel drivers • NDIS Hyper-V extensions • VXLAN, GRE • Best performance • Support for Hyper-V 2012 and above
  37. 37. OpenVSwitch Windows Kernel drivers
  38. 38. Horizon • Main UI • Implemented in Python with Django • Typically deployed on Apache with mod_wsgi • Includes console access • Currently only VNC • RDP to be added for Havana
  39. 39. Horizon
  40. 40. Dashboard integration • Hyper-V uses RDP for accessing the console instead of VNC • By default it accepts connections on port 2179 • Not the RDP connection on 3389! • Access to any guest: Windows, Linux, FreeRDP, etc • The VM id is provided as part of an RDP protocol additional buffer called PCB (Pre Connection Buffer) • Authentication is performed against the host, not the guest!
  41. 41. Dashboard integration Decoupling from VNC • Create plugin that embed the canvas in the Dashboard Authentication layer • Keystone token validation Logic for retrieving VM id from OpenStack instance ID • Ask Nova about the instance details, in particular the Hyper-V host running it • Get cached hypervisor credentials from keyring or similar • Query the Hyper-V host about the RDP console port (2179 by default) • Retrieve the VM id from the host given the instance name • Perform connection via wsgate Webcast: http://bit.ly/VgwMvs
  42. 42. FreeRDP • FreeRDP is an amazing RDP open source client. • Apache 2 license • Multiplatform • Linux • Mac OS X • Windows • It provides support for the PCB parameter required by Hyper-V • We are using it as a standalone client on the free Hyper-V server and on Linux, Mac OS X
  43. 43. FreeRDP - Web Gateway Client • HTML5 • Works on any modern browser • Web sockets for data transfer • Canvas for painting • Can be embedded in any web site Server proxy • (wsgate) written in C++ • Currently working on Linux • can work on Windows
  44. 44. Instance initialization Guests require cloud specific customization on startup, e.g.: • Hostname • SSH keys • Users / groups, password management • Partition resize • Static network configuration • Custom scripts • On Windows: Powershell, cmd.exe, bash
  45. 45. Metadata access • Metadata needs to be provided to the guest: • Metadata API, accessed via 169.254.169.254 • Openstack or EC2 format • ConfigDriveV2
  46. 46. Cloud-Init Project provided by Canonical • Currently Linux specific • GPL • Windows Cloud-Init (cloudbase-init) • Written in Python • Apache 2 • Very easy to install • Supports any Hypervisor
  47. 47. Windows Cloud-Init • Cloudbase-init (aka Windows Cloud-Init) • Similar to the Linux cloud-init • License: Apache 2 • Porting Cloud-Init to Linux was not possible • It requires some major refactoring • Supported data sources: • OpenStack HTTP metadata • ConfigDrive V2 • EC2 HTTP metadata (contributed by Mirantis)
  48. 48. Windows Cloud-Init • Plugin based architecture • Supported plugins: • SetHostNamePlugin • CreateUserPlugin • NetworkConfigPlugin • SetUserSSHPublicKeysPlugin • UserDataPlugin • ResizeFSPlugin
  49. 49. Userdata format • Windows Batch • Powershell • Bash • Multi-part (Havana) • Heat support
  50. 50. Password generation • New Grizzly feature 1. Password is randomly generated • Can be forced to the value injected by Nova 2. Password in encrypted with the SSH public key 3. Password is POSTed to the metadata service 4. Password can be retrieved by the client and decrypted with the SSH private key • nova get-password vm1 .ssh/id_rsa
  51. 51. Windows Installer
  52. 52. Unattended mode • Like all our installers, it can be executed in fully unattended mode: • msiexec /i CloudbaseInitSetup.msi /qn /l*v log.txt NETWORKADAPTERNAME="Intel(R) PRO/1000 MT Network Connection"
  53. 53. OpenStack Windows Server 2012!!
  54. 54. OpenStack WS2012 • WS 2012 Standard - Evaluation edition • Testing only!! • Available for: • Hyper-V • KVM • XenServer / XCP • www.cloudbase.it
  55. 55. OpenStack WS2012 • Complete with: • Drivers / tools: • VirtIO / XenServer Tools • Cloudbase-Init • Sysprepped • Eval edition can be upgraded with a simple uder_data script: • DISM /online /Set-Edition:ServerStandard /ProductKey:XXXXX- XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX /AcceptEula • Make sure to respect the eval license!!
  56. 56. Nova Compute Installer • Independent Python environment to avoid conflicts with existing applications • Installs and registers all the required dependencies • Generates dynamically a nova.conf file based on the parameters provided by the user
  57. 57. Nova Compute Installer • Creates a new Hyper-V external switch if required • Registers nova-compute as a service and starts it • Registers quantum-hyperv-agent as a service and starts it (optional) • Enables the Microsoft iSCSI Initiator service (optional)
  58. 58. Nova Compute Installer • Enables and configures Hyper-V Live Migration (optional ) • FreeRDP for Hyper-V console access • Installs a command prompt shortcut in the applications menu for a ready made OpenStack prompt (optional) • Can be executed fully unattended and automated
  59. 59. Unattended mode • Can be installed in fully unattended mode, great for: • Chef, Puppet, Group Policies… • msiexec /i HyperVNovaCompute.msi /qn /l*v log.txt ADDLOCAL=HyperVNovaCompute,QuantumHyperVAgent,iSCSISWInitiator ,OpenStackCmdPrompt INSTALLDIR=C:OpenStackNova GLANCEHOST=glancehost GLANCEPORT=9292 RABBITHOST=rabbithost RABBITPORT=5672 RABBITPASSWORD=12345678 NOVASQLCONNECTION=mysql://user:password@host/nova INSTANCESPATH=C:HyperV ADDVSWITCH=0 VSWITCHNAME=external1 LIMITCPUFEATURES=”" USECOWIMAGES=1 LOGDIR=C:log ENABLELOGGING=1 VERBOSELOGGING=1 QUANTUMURL=http://quantumhost:9696 QUANTUMADMINTENANTNAME=service QUANTUMADMINUSERNAME=quantum QUANTUMADMINPASSWORD=12345678 QUANTUMADMINAUTHURL=http://keystonehost:35357/v2.0
  60. 60. Nova Compute Installer
  61. 61. From our web site 
  62. 62. Quantum demo setup
  63. 63. Quick multi-node setup • Controller • Network • Compute (Hyper-V) • Compute (Hyper-V, optional) • For live migration and resize • Compute (KVM, optional) • Devstack localrcs in the next slides 
  64. 64. Controller ENABLE_TENANT_VLANS=True TENANT_VLAN_RANGE=2000:3000 PHYSICAL_NETWORK=physnet1 OVS_ENABLE_TUNNELING=False MULTI_HOST=True Q_USE_SECGROUP=False disable_service n-net disable_service n-cpu SCREEN_LOGDIR=$DEST/logs/screen enable_service q-svc enable_service quantum DATABASE_PASSWORD=Passw0rd RABBIT_PASSWORD=Passw0rd SERVICE_TOKEN=Passw0rd SERVICE_PASSWORD=Passw0rd ADMIN_PASSWORD=Passw0rd
  65. 65. Network server HOST_IP=192.168.209.196 ENABLED_SERVICES=quantum,q-agt,q-dhcp,q-l3,q-meta SERVICE_HOST=192.168.209.195 MYSQL_HOST=$SERVICE_HOST RABBIT_HOST=$SERVICE_HOST GLANCE_HOSTPORT=$SERVICE_HOST:9292 SCREEN_LOGDIR=$DEST/logs/screen OVS_BRIDGE_MAPPINGS=physnet1:br-eth1 OVS_PHYSICAL_BRIDGE=br-eth1 PUBLIC_INTERFACE_DEFAULT=eth2 GUEST_INTERFACE_DEFAULT=eth1 SERVICE_TOKEN=Passw0rd SERVICE_PASSWORD=Passw0rd ADMIN_PASSWORD=Passw0rd OVS_ENABLE_TUNNELING=False RABBIT_PASSWORD=Passw0rd
  66. 66. Compute KVM HOST_IP=192.168.209.197 ENABLED_SERVICES=n-cpu,quantum,q-agt,n-novnc,n-xvnc,n-cauth SERVICE_HOST=192.168.209.195 MYSQL_HOST=$SERVICE_HOST RABBIT_HOST=$SERVICE_HOST GLANCE_HOSTPORT=$SERVICE_HOST:9292 Q_HOST=$SERVICE_HOST Q_USE_SECGROUP=False SCREEN_LOGDIR=$DEST/logs/screen OVS_BRIDGE_MAPPINGS=physnet1:eth1 GUEST_INTERFACE_DEFAULT=eth1 SERVICE_TOKEN=Passw0rd SERVICE_PASSWORD=Passw0rd ADMIN_PASSWORD=Passw0rd RABBIT_PASSWORD=Passw0rd
  67. 67. VLAN drivers issues • BEWARE: Some Windows NIC drivers disable VLAN access by default! • HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESYSTEMCurrentControlSetCo ntrolClass{4d36e972-e325-11ce-bfc1-08002be10318} • Look in all the child keys xxxx, e.g. 0001, 0002 etc for a value "VLanFiltering". Make sure that if present it's set to 0. • In case of changes, reboot the server or restart the corresponding adapters.
  68. 68. Demo
  69. 69. Havana!! • Planning for Havana now! • Console integration • More Quantum • Ceilometer Hyper-V agent • Heat Windows Cloud-Init support • VHDX support • Ephemeral storage • Support for more image formats (e.g. AMI/ARI/AKI) • Nova rescue • Active Directory Keystone scalability • VDI support • Fibre channel • VM dynamic memory support • Cinder improvements…
  70. 70. Questions & Answers

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