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Unlock the Potential
of OpenStack
Making cloud deployments simpler, more affordable, and faster to deploy
Introduction
2
Kamesh Pemmaraju
Partner Marketing
Mirantis
Meena Sankaran
Ecosystem & Solutions
Cumulus Networks
Why OpenStack ?
3
COST SAVINGS OPERATIONAL
EFFICIENCY
OPEN PLATFORM FLEXIBILITY OF
UNDERLYING
TECHNOLOGY
CHOICES
ABILITY T...
A Day In the Life (of Mirantis Customers)
4
§  Senior Management wants to explore “cloud”
§  I need to evaluate OpenStac...
OpenStack without Mirantis
5
§  Many components
§  Many configs
§  Many choices
§  Lots of docs
§  Much confusion!
Mirantis OpenStack to the rescue
6
Simply download, boot, and deploy
Mirantis OpenStack
§  Easy
§  Hassle Free Deploymen...
Why Mirantis?
Why do customers choose Mirantis?
Pure-play, Zero lock-in
•  No proprietary hooks or bundling
•  Open archit...
Mirantis Products and Service Offerings at a Glance
8
OpenStack
Training and
Certification
•  4 Years in OpenStack
Trainin...
Infrastructure Stack : Networking Today (OpenStack)
§  (Nova-Net)
§  Original OpenStack Networking Code
§  Part of Nova...
Why Mirantis & Cumulus Networks : Use Cases
§  Underlay IP Ethernet Fabric for Networking
§  ToR Switches with either L2...
Architecture
11
Building Block for Scalable Infrastructure
12
Hardware
Bare Metal Server
BIOS and PXE
U-Boot and ONIE
Boot & Provision
Bar...
Networking OS as a Platform
13
§  Standard Linux Interface (No need for a defined REST API – Solution Ecosystem can grow ...
Broad Set of Hardware Platforms
14
CL 1.5 CL 2.2
#Platforms
Timeline
CL 2.0
Hardware Agnostic OS
x86 CPU architectures
•  ...
Modern Data Center Architecture
§  Simpler
•  Fewer protocols
•  Standards-based, fewer proprietary features
•  Predictab...
Cumulus Linux Architecture
16
LINUXKERNELUSERSPACE
Industry Standard Hardware
Routing
Table
VXLAN
Driver
Routing
Suite
ARP...
Benefits : Mirantis w/Cumulus Linux
§  Aligning on Open Architecture
§  Shared vision of Open Source
elements with commu...
Future Direction…
Customer Enablement
§ Assets for Customer Enablement in Cloud deployments
§  Reference Architecture De...
© 2014 Cumulus Networks. Cumulus Networks, the Cumulus Networks Logo, and Cumulus Linux are trademarks or registered trade...
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Mirantis OpenStack and Cumulus Linux Webinar

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Unlock the potential to have express cloud deployments with Mirantis OpenStack and Cumulus Linux
Are you building a new private cloud or moving your workloads to a hybrid cloud in 2015? Or, are you just interested in exploring what OpenStack has to offer but don't have all the resources and toolsets to understand the gaps. Wonder if the networking infrastructure is a bottleneck as a cloud architect? If you have these lingering questions, check out these slides from this joint MIrantis CUmulus webinar to get a better perspective on how the modern data center architecture deployments can be designed with flexible Open Networking and the benefits of Openstack from Mirantis.

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Mirantis OpenStack and Cumulus Linux Webinar

  1. 1. vv Unlock the Potential of OpenStack Making cloud deployments simpler, more affordable, and faster to deploy
  2. 2. Introduction 2 Kamesh Pemmaraju Partner Marketing Mirantis Meena Sankaran Ecosystem & Solutions Cumulus Networks
  3. 3. Why OpenStack ? 3 COST SAVINGS OPERATIONAL EFFICIENCY OPEN PLATFORM FLEXIBILITY OF UNDERLYING TECHNOLOGY CHOICES ABILITY TO INNOVATE AND COMPETE What are the business drivers?
  4. 4. A Day In the Life (of Mirantis Customers) 4 §  Senior Management wants to explore “cloud” §  I need to evaluate OpenStack §  How can I deliver cloud benefits to my business? §  I need to understand the operational and developer experience §  How hard is this to manage? §  I need to move quickly!
  5. 5. OpenStack without Mirantis 5 §  Many components §  Many configs §  Many choices §  Lots of docs §  Much confusion!
  6. 6. Mirantis OpenStack to the rescue 6 Simply download, boot, and deploy Mirantis OpenStack §  Easy §  Hassle Free Deployment & Operations §  Fuel takes the guesswork out of deployment and complex dependencies §  Reliable §  Rock Solid Resiliency at scale - Scale tested to > 100 nodes §  Production Ready OpenStack Packages §  Validated Architectures §  Flexible §  Plug-in architecture to enhance capabilities §  Support for a broad range of compute network, and storage technologies §  Partner drivers and products certified on Mirantis OpenStack
  7. 7. Why Mirantis? Why do customers choose Mirantis? Pure-play, Zero lock-in •  No proprietary hooks or bundling •  Open architecture for best of breed plug-ins •  Partnerships with VMware, Oracle, Juniper, Intel and many others Easy •  Point and click deployment with Fuel •  Available on-premise and on-demand Reliable •  Enterprise High Availability (HA) •  Hardened based on 130+ customer deployments •  Mirantis 24x7 support
  8. 8. Mirantis Products and Service Offerings at a Glance 8 OpenStack Training and Certification •  4 Years in OpenStack Training •  100% Free of Vendor Specific content •  70 Locations worldwide •  5000 Trained and Certified Solution & Engineering Services •  Architecture, design, and deployment •  OpenStack development and integration •  CI/CD •  OpenStack driver development and certification Technical Support Services •  Expert Assistance with deployment and operations •  Issue resolution and defect fixes •  Premium and Basic Support options Our 600+ engineers and technologists provide the deepest bench of real-world experience developing and deploying open source cloud infrastructure across a full spectrum of customers, industries and use cases. Mirantis OpenStack Software •  Enterprise-grade, hardened OpenStack •  Available on-premise (“MOS”) or private hosted (“MOX”) •  Hardened components •  Known, working architecture
  9. 9. Infrastructure Stack : Networking Today (OpenStack) §  (Nova-Net) §  Original OpenStack Networking Code §  Part of Nova (compute service) §  VLANs for tenant isolation §  Tenant private subnets cannot overlap §  No advanced services (LBaaS, FWaaS, etc..) §  Used by nearly all production OpenStack deployments today. §  Most customers and partners are moving towards adopting neutron in the future. §  (Neutron) §  New Networking Code, independent project §  Pluggable isolation methods (VLAN, VXLAN, controller) §  Totally independent tenant networks §  LBaaS/FWaaS plugins §  Maturity §  Until Juno (Oct 2014), all Public/Private NAT on dedicated server •  Single point of failure! •  Scalability bottleneck §  Very little production use without a proprietary overlay controller 9
  10. 10. Why Mirantis & Cumulus Networks : Use Cases §  Underlay IP Ethernet Fabric for Networking §  ToR Switches with either L2/L3 to the host §  Cumulus Linux with SDN Controller (Network Virtualization Overlay) with VXLAN support §  VMware NSX §  Midokura §  Open Contrail 10
  11. 11. Architecture 11
  12. 12. Building Block for Scalable Infrastructure 12 Hardware Bare Metal Server BIOS and PXE U-Boot and ONIE Boot & Provision Bare Metal Switch COMPUTENETWORKING OS Operating System Bare Metal Server BIOS and PXE Bare Metal Switch U-Boot and ONIE Operating System Apps Bare Metal Server BIOS and PXE App Operating System App App Bare Metal Switch App Operating System App App U-Boot and ONIE
  13. 13. Networking OS as a Platform 13 §  Standard Linux Interface (No need for a defined REST API – Solution Ecosystem can grow rapidly) §  Choice for customers at every tier of the stack – Switching Hardware ,Network Virtualization Overlays, Orchestration Tools, Automation Tools, Monitoring etc…. §  Accelerated Innovation – No Single Vendor dependency, so faster feature deployment §  Proven Expertise with standard protocols , Open Source communities and Linux adoption
  14. 14. Broad Set of Hardware Platforms 14 CL 1.5 CL 2.2 #Platforms Timeline CL 2.0 Hardware Agnostic OS x86 CPU architectures •  16 Platforms •  5 Hardware Vendors •  6 Switch Silicon •  2 CPU architectures 40G Fixed Platforms Trident II switches •  13 Platforms •  5 Hardware Vendors •  6 Switch Silicon 1G Fixed Platforms 10G Fixed Platforms •  6 Platforms •  4 Hardware Vendors •  4 Switch Silicon CL 2.5 10G Trident II Platforms 19 Platforms •  5 Hardware Vendors •  6 Switch Silicon •  2 CPU architectures Broad portfolio of next gen leaf/spine switches •  VXLAN-capable •  x86 architectures
  15. 15. Modern Data Center Architecture §  Simpler •  Fewer protocols •  Standards-based, fewer proprietary features •  Predictable latency §  Easy to provision •  Identical switch configurations •  OSPF unnumbered interfaces •  (single IP address per switch, not per port) §  Horizontally scalable 15 L3 L2 host 1 host 2 leaf 1 leaf 2 spine 1 spine 2 leaf 3 leaf 4 ...   ...   Area 0
  16. 16. Cumulus Linux Architecture 16 LINUXKERNELUSERSPACE Industry Standard Hardware Routing Table VXLAN Driver Routing Suite ARP Interfaces Bridging VXLAN Network Orchestration Bridge Table Ethernet Interfaces Automation Monitoring Switch HAL 3rd Party Customer / Applications SwitchD Switch Driver Switch Silicon NETWORK OS HARDWARE APP APP APP
  17. 17. Benefits : Mirantis w/Cumulus Linux §  Aligning on Open Architecture §  Shared vision of Open Source elements with community contributions and no vendor lock-in §  Abstraction of hardware & software encourages adoption of OpenStack customers Customer Value : ü  Open Framework ü  Lower Investment : Capital Expense ü  Lower Operational Expense 17 §  Simplify Networking §  Admins exploring OpenStack can use automation tools to deploy the network infrastructure with ease. §  Flexible automation capabilities with existing toolsets to install racks for OpenStack “Proof of Concepts or Production”. Customer Value : ü  Network Infrastructure is agile ü  Modern tools can be leveraged ü  Simplified management & accelerate Innovation Target Buyer : OpenStack Admins/ Data Center Architects
  18. 18. Future Direction… Customer Enablement § Assets for Customer Enablement in Cloud deployments §  Reference Architecture Design : A Blueprint for Mirantis OpenStack with Cumulus Linux §  A centralized repository(microsite) for customers to test and get started on a POC with Mirantis & Cumulus Linux. § Flexible procurement of the complete stack as a Customer from a single source §  (Single mechanism for “Best-of-Breed” acquisition) 18
  19. 19. © 2014 Cumulus Networks. Cumulus Networks, the Cumulus Networks Logo, and Cumulus Linux are trademarks or registered trademarks of Cumulus Networks, Inc. or its affiliates in the U.S. and other countries. Other names may be trademarks of their respective owners. The registered trademark Linux® is used pursuant to a sublicense from LMI, the exclusive licensee of Linus Torvalds, owner of the mark on a world-wide basis. § Thank You! © 2014 Cumulus Networks. Cumulus Networks, the Cumulus Networks Logo, and Cumulus Linux are trademarks or registered trademarks of Cumulus Networks, Inc. or its affiliates in the U.S. and other countries. Other names may be trademarks of their respective owners. The registered trademark Linux® is used pursuant to a sublicense from LMI, the exclusive licensee of Linus Torvalds, owner of the mark on a world-wide basis. § Thank You! cumulusnetworks.com 19 Bringing the Linux Revolution to Networking
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