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Addressing Issues of Risk & Governance in OpenStack without sacrificing Agility: John Martin, NetApp

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Addressing Issues of Risk, and Governance in OpenStack without sacrificing Agility

Audience: Intermediate

Topic: Public & Hybrid Clouds

Abstract: OpenStack has rapidly moved beyond the “science project” label that many of its detractors’ use, but for many stakeholders there are still many uncertainties around governance, compliance, data security and data retention. These issues are the biggest inhibitors to adoption of any cloud technology and left unanswered will slow down the adoption of OpenStack, particularly within government and highly regulated industries such as healthcare. In this presentation NetApp outlines a hybrid approach that leverages the best of open-source and next generation technologies within an OpenStack deployment, as well as a way of unifying data management across OpenStack, HyperScale public cloud and traditional Enterprise architecture that addresses these questions while providing a solid platform for rapid innovation.

Speaker Bio: John Martin, NetApp

John Martin is NetApp’s Director of Strategy and Technology, working as part of the Office of the CTO. Based in Sydney, John is responsible for developing and advocating NetApp’s flash portfolio across the APAC region.

John is one of the driving forces behind NetApp’s continued expansion into flash and works closely with field sales, the channel and alliance technology partners to provide innovative solutions that solve customer business challenges.

While John is NetApp’s flash champion, he continues to provide technology insights and market intelligence to trends that impacts both NetApp and its customers.

Prior to his current role, John was NetApp’s ANZ’s principal technologist for over six years and has over 20 years experience working in the IT industry.

John joined NetApp in 2006 as a systems engineer. Prior to this, he was a principal of GRID IT, where he built relationships with a variety of major storage vendors while also helping to start two storage-related businesses. At GRID IT, John was involved in senior pre-sales, consulting and training for Legato, Veritas, and StorageTek.

In his spare time, John enjoys singing, writing and cooking. He also spends time researching modernist and post modernist philosophy, ancient history, social justice and global development.

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Addressing Issues of Risk & Governance in OpenStack without sacrificing Agility: John Martin, NetApp

  1. 1. Addressing issues of Risk, and Governance in Openstack without sacrificing agility. ​OpenStack Australia ​John Martin ​Director of Strategy and Technology ​November 2016 © 2016 NetApp, Inc. All rights reserved. --- NETAPP CONFIDENTIAL ---1
  2. 2. 50% of the Fortune 100 Deploy OpenStack So why do enterprises choose OpenStack? © 2016 NetApp, Inc. All rights reserved. --- NETAPP CONFIDENTIAL ---2 Chart is sourced from the OpenStack User Survey – April 2016
  3. 3. The Top 3 Issues - Effective use of Data and IT Transformation © 2015 NetApp, Inc. All rights reserved. NetApp Confidential – Limited Use3 Timeliness of access [CxO] Cost-effectiveness [CIO] Securing our data [CIO]
  4. 4. 2016+2015 - 20162014 - 2015Prior-to-2014 NetApp-IT An evolutionary approach to OpenStack 4 © 2016 NetApp, Inc. All rights reserved. NetApp Confidential – Limited Use Only Private and Public Clouds Hybrid Cloud Virtualization and Consolidation Key Initiatives Data Fabric Deployment Self-Service w/ Unified Service Catalogue Hybrid IaaS w/ CDF PaaS Cloud Aware Application Architectures DevOps with CI/CD ITaaS Private Cloud Deployment Blueprints and Service Automation HW Standards DC Consolidation Virtualization Build Standards Tools Strategy Component Automation Public Cloud Consumption Shadow-IT IaaS Strategy Cloud Adoption and DC Strategy IT Transformation It’s a journey
  5. 5. NetApp Private Cloud OpenStack Architecture 5 © 2016 NetApp, Inc. All rights reserved. NetApp Confidential – Limited Use Only Integration, Modules and Roadmap q Roadmap Modules q Manila q Neutron q Heat Cloud Management Platform (Templates, Blueprint, Chargeback, Entitlements etc.) Self-Service Portal Chef, Ansible, cloud_init, CMDB etc. § FlexPod®: Cisco ACI, UCS, ONTAP, RHEL OSP § Software Defined Stack § Secure multi-tenancy § Modular and scalable § Availability zones with Geo-Diversity § VMware & KVM
  6. 6. § Full control of corporate data § Data privacy and compliancy § No-vendor lock-ins § Rich enterprise features § Standardization across clouds § Complete data management § Lower TCO DataFabric - Solving Storage and Data Management Challenges 6 © 2016 NetApp, Inc. All rights reserved. NetApp Confidential – Limited Use Only OpenStack as Part of a Hybrid Cloud On-Prem Storage US - East NPC <2 ms Latency AWS - EAST Azure - EAST Multi-Site AltaVault® Private WAN NetApp DataFabric Archiving NPC - EAST NetApp Private Storage (NPS) US - East Colo Provider SnapMirror® / SnapVault® ~ 30X compression ~ 75% gain
  7. 7. TIME YOUR BUSINESS DESIGN Initial size (GB or IOPS) INSTALLATION OPERATING GB and IOPS required Account Creation SCALING GB and IOPS needed UPGRADEDESIGN Initial size (GB or IOPS) Anticipated growth over lifecycle of array IOPS required lifetime of product Node size selection RAID type, RAID grouping Drive type (FC, NL, Flash) Drive quantities and ratio Cache requirements Drive Sparing Aggregate/CPG MetaLUN and Bin file layout INSTALLATION Bin File/RAID Layout Aggregate/MetaLUN creation Snapshot spare spacing Vol0/quorum drive layout Aggregate snapshot frequency Snapshot growth limits OPERATING GB and IOPS required Account Creation Host to HBA assignment and tracking Host initiator count limits RAID type required Primary Control Node assignment IOPS limitation concerns Snapshot growth policy Thin Provisioning (or not) Aggregate/CPG assignment 40% CPU limit considerations SCALING GB and IOPS needed Drive Shelves required Power/floor space restrictions Control node limitations (CPU storage) UPGRADE HBA compatibility list CPU utilization on control nodes Maintenance window Mitigate risk during node outage § “WATERFALL” RISK MITIGATION IN INFRASTRUCTURE Element OS | A U T O M A T E D M A N A G E M E N T
  8. 8. Reducing risks with agile procurement and deployment § Reduce risks via just in time purchasing in small increments § Hardware, Capacity Based and Software Only Options § Improve efficiency with non-disruptive reallocation of resources § Eliminate manual provisioning processes § Guaranteed compatibility between all SolidFire storage nodes © 2016 NetApp, Inc. All rights reserved.8 Performance Capacity 58TB 200,000 IOPS 78TB 250,000 IOPS 98TB 300,000 IOPS 138TB 400,000 IOPS Future-proof your storage investment Eliminate storage migrations and forklift upgrades Never wait 3 years for an upgrade
  9. 9. Boot Storm SolidFire QoS Eliminates of traditional performance related storage problems – ESG 2015 93% Automatic Service Level Conformance via Policy Guarantees © 2016 NetApp, Inc. All rights reserved.9
  10. 10. Automation reducing costs and risks through proven repeatability A fully automated next gen datacenter is critical to delivering greater strategic value to the business § Native REST-based API § Deep integration with management and orchestration platforms § Support development of user-facing storage controls § Reduce risk of human error and associated with complex administrative tasks § Enables rapid deployment of applications and services © 2016 NetApp, Inc. All rights reserved.10 “SolidFire Automation helps lower operating expenses by up to – ESG 2015 67%
  11. 11. Cluster wide RAID-less data protection ü No single points of failure ü Automatic self-healing – restores redundancy after failure ü Maintains all QoS settings regardless of failure condition ü Non-disruptive hardware and software upgrades ü Faster recovery as you scale out ü Reduced risk exposure ü Automated generational upgrades A C D J B F G J D E H B A F I EH I G C J A D I “Carrier Class” Data Reliability via Self Healing High Availability © 2016 NetApp, Inc. All rights reserved.11 Drive rebuilds = <10 minutes | Node rebuilds = <60 minutes SolidFire Helix™ PERFORMANCE CAPACITY
  12. 12. A C J B F G D E H B F I EH G C J A D I C G B I J “Carrier Class” Data Reliability via Self Healing High Availability © 2016 NetApp, Inc. All rights reserved.12 PERFORMANCE CAPACITY Drive rebuilds = <10 minutes | Node rebuilds = <60 minutes Cluster wide RAID-less data protection ü No single points of failure ü Automatic self-healing – restores redundancy after failure ü Maintains all QoS settings regardless of failure condition ü Non-disruptive hardware and software upgrades ü Faster recovery as you scale out ü Reduced risk exposure ü Automated generational upgrades SolidFire Helix™
  13. 13. § Physical Security § 256-bit encryption-at-rest § Replication § Synchronous / asynchronous § Logical Security § Snapshots and clones § Integrated cloud backup § Secure multi-tenancy § Compliance and Monitoring § Cloud-based monitoring § Comprehensive logging Security and Governance Features § Budget Conformance § Dedupe and compression § JIT Purchasing models § Appliance § Software only. § Investment Protection § Simultaneous multiprotocol support § Deep integrations § VMware, OpenStack, CloudStack Provided at no additional costs © 2016 NetApp, Inc. All rights reserved.13
  14. 14. © 2016 NetApp, Inc. All rights reserved.14 Thank you
  15. 15. Private Cloud Governance and Risk Governance • Management at Scale • Budget • Legislative Requirements • Data Retention • Privacy Risk • Scalability • Reliability • Multi-Tenancy • Noisy Neighbors • Vendor Lock-in • Rapid Technology Obsolecense © 2016 NetApp, Inc. All rights reserved. --- NETAPP CONFIDENTIAL ---15

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