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Learn OpenStack from trystack.cn

  1. 1. Learn OpenStack From TryStack.cn 2013-11 http://www.slideshare.net/ben_duyujie/learn-open-stack-from-trystackcn
  2. 2. Why TryStack.cn?
  3. 3. Motivation OpenStack is Configurable • Tiny to very large scale • Pluggable backends • Multiple components What's new in the latest version?
  4. 4. So we did ... • Non-profit OpenStack community projects. • Announced in OpenStack Summit San Diego 2012. • With the help of the community. Slides are on slideshare for download: www.slideshare.net/openstack/trystack-introfinalpdf
  5. 5. TryStack.cn ● Biggest OpenStack testbed in China – – ● Opened OpenStack API Provide best practices for administrator, operators and developers. Reference Architecture for Users – – OpenStack deployment architecutre – ● Hardware devices from different vendors Using the newest OpenStack code Contribute code to the community – – ● Bug fixes New features Promote OpenStack implementation and productization in China With partners, vendors
  6. 6. How to do that?
  7. 7. History September 6th,2011 OpenStack Shanghai Summit February 16th,2012 TryStack.org launched Sep 20th,2012 OpenStack Foundation launched 2012 January 8th,2012 Chinese OpenStack Developers Conference February 8th, 2013 Trystack 1st meetup in Nanjing June 14th, 2013 Trystack 3rd, meetup in Beijing (IBM) 2013 Auguest 10th11th,2012 OpenStack APAC Summit Oct 2012 Grizzly Summit , Trystack.cn launched Feb 20th, 2013 Trystack 2nd meetup in Shanghai April 15th,2013 Havana Summit Trystack.cn update to Grizzly June 21th,2013 Trystack.cn 4th meetup in Shenzhen(Huawei)
  8. 8. Servers ● Hardware ● Intel E5-2620 – Intel E5-2680 ● 48GB – 96GB Ram ● 1GB – 10GB NIC ● Dell/ IBM / Quanta / Inventec Switches ● ● Cisco / Aristanetworks Storages ● ● Nexenta ● DIY Solaris ZFS
  9. 9. Servers
  10. 10. Racks
  11. 11. Network Topology
  12. 12. TRYSTACK.CN RA
  13. 13. Services • Monitoring – Nagios + IaaSMon • NTP • DNS • SMTP • OpenLDAP • Web – Nginx – Django – Php
  14. 14. Nagios + IaasMon
  15. 15. Use cases A single region: the“CloudFoundry Region“ for VMWare team • 4 servers with 32G+ memory, 12+ cores each • 1TB storage • Network – CF VLAN: 100 ip (all VMs need to access internet directly) – Service VLAN (optional): 8 ip – Public VLAN: 1 public ip • Images – 64-bit Ubuntu 10.04 LTS • Openstack – Folsom – OS_USERNAME, OS_TENANT_NAME, OS_PASSWORD, OS_AUTH_URL – Openstack console access CloudFoundry doesn't work on folsom • https://groups.google.com/a/cloudfoundry.org/forum/?fromgroups=#!topic/bosh-users/0mzvv5HLQ5o • https://bugs.launchpad.net/nova/+bug/1076119
  16. 16. Deploy • Phase I – Git sync – DevStack • Phase II – Git Sync – Scripts (bash) • Phase III – Puppet + cobbler – Fuel (Mirantis)
  17. 17. TRYSTACK Camp for DELL
  18. 18. TRYSTACK Camp for HP
  19. 19. Meetups
  20. 20. Meetups
  21. 21. TRYSTACK MEETUPS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Oct 2012, Grizzly Summit #San Diego www.slideshare.net/openstack/trystackintrofinalpdf Dec 2012, ECUG #ChengDu http://www.ecug.org/ May 2013, open souce convention #Beijing http://bj-opensource.com/ February 2013 Trystack 1st meetup #Nanjing www.openstack.org/blog/2013/02/trystack-cn-2013-first-meetup/ February 2013, Trystack 2nd meetup #Shanghai http://www.openstack.org/blog/2013/02/trystack-2nd-meetup-2013/ June 2013, Trystack 3rd meetup #Beijing in IBM http://www.openstack.org/blog/2013/06/trystack-cn-meetup-with-ibm-in-beijing/ June 2013, Trystack 4th meetup #Shenzhen in Huawei June 2013, 8th Open Source China Open World Forum(OCOW) #Beijing http://ocow.csdn.net/ OpenStack's 3rd Birthday Celebration http://trystack.eventbrite.com/
  22. 22. now v
  23. 23. ● Advisors – – Boris Renski (Mirantis Co-Founder) – Cole Crawford (Open Compute Foundation COO) – Huailin Chen (Founder of http://www.valleytalk.org/ ) – Joe Arnold (SwiftStack CEO) – Qingye Jiang (IEEE) – ● Alan clark(Chairman of the board at OpenStack Foundtion) Xu Chen (Intel Open Source Director) Community Members – http://wiki.trystack.cn
  24. 24. 1 year later Lessons Learned from trystack.cn
  25. 25. The first class: ● Document your work ● Contribute to the community ● Build in expectation for Hardware Failures ● Networking Still need innovation ● Enterprise need more reliable cloud
  26. 26. Trusted Enterprise Cloud The Trusted Enterprise Cloud reference architecture is composed of a well designed controller that includes various standard key OpenStack modules with highly strong HA capabilities, visualized configuration and management portal, as well as active directory support. It also addresses strongly demanded enterprise security concern issues with software defined VPN and firewall service under a unified and consistent OpenStack environment. For large enterprise deployments, this architecture supports an enhanced SDN/OpenFlow network traffic-offload functionality so as to boost performance and meantime well maintain overall enterprise network reliability and resilicence. Please contact me for more information on all the vendors who can support this open architecture!
  27. 27. Firewall Solution for Openstack Public address1 Public address2 ( Tenant A ) ( Tenant B ) Virtual Firewalls Tenant Orchestration Private subnet interface 999 , 1000 vsys-Avsys-B Dashboard Trunk Access Switch Tenant A : Tenant B : VLAN999 VLAN1000 Openstack Controller Virtual Servers Every tenant can have one or more VLAN, with each tenant isolated by different virtual firewall. Tenant can directly subscribe to virtual firewall on the Openstack Dashboard, and make policy management for their own virtual firewall.
  28. 28. What are we missing ?
  29. 29. What's the next?
  30. 30. Plan ● Donate to the Foundation? ● Update to Hanava – – ● Test for core? Heat,Ceilometer Trusted Enterprise Cloud RA – – SDN – ● HA Security Community Activities – – Hackathon(Each quarter) – ● Meetups (Monthly) Conference (Once or twice a year ) Training …. Sugge st i ons?
  31. 31. CONNECT WITH ME About - http://about.me/Yujie.Du Email – du.yujie@trystack.cn Twitter - @ben_duyujie Blog - http://www.duyuje.org G+ - https://plus.google.com/+YujieDu LinkedIn - http://www.linkedin.com/in/duyujie SlideShare -http://www.slideshare.net/ben_dyujie
  32. 32. BACKUP

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