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[OpenStack Days Korea 2016] Track1 - Red Hat enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform

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[OpenStack Days Korea 2016] Track1 - Red Hat enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform

  1. 1. RED HAT OPENSTACK PLATFORM Won Young Choi Senior Solution Architect - Red Hat, Inc. 18 Feb, 2016
  2. 2. 2 What is OpenStack?
  3. 3. 3 OpenStack: Framework for the Cloud • Needs to access x86 hardware resources • Needs an operating environment, hypervisor, services • Leverages existing code libraries for functionality
  4. 4. 4 Am I Ready for OpenStack? TRADITIONAL: SCALE UP (RHEV) CLOUD: SCALE OUT (OpenStack) MIXED/HYBRID Big stateful VM Small stateless VMs Combination of traditional scale-up and cloud scale-out workloads. For example: Database may be hosted on traditional workloads, web front-end and logic layers on cloud workloads. 1 Application 1 VM→ 1 Application Many VMs→ Lifecycle in years Lifecycle hours to months Scale up (VM gets bigger) Scale out (add VMs) Not designed to tolerate failure of VM, so you need features that keep VMs up If a VM dies, application kills it and creates a new one, app stays up Application SLA requires enterprise virtualization features (migration, HA, etc.) to keep applications available Application SLA requires adding/removing VM instances to application cloud to maintain application availability
  5. 5. Why Red Hat?
  6. 6. 6 RED HAT OPENSTACK PLATFORM • It is dependent on the underlying Linux • Optimized and co-engineered with Red Hat Enterprise Linux
  7. 7. 7 • Virtualization – guest performance, reliability and Windows • Security - SELinux enforcing guest isolation • Network – SDN/OVS performance optimized • Storage – vendor plugins, performance, thin provisioning • Ecosystem – certification of hardware, storage and networks Linux Kernel Security Enhanced Linux (SELinux) KVM Network Stack Device Drivers Red Hat Supported Guests OpenStack KVM RHEL Hardware RED HAT ENTERPRISE LINUX Optimized Enablers for OpenStack
  8. 8. Red Hat makes OpenStack® safe, secure, and consumable for production use. 8 WHY RED HAT FOR OPENSTACK? COMMERCIALLY HARDENED CODE INTEGRATION WITH THE RED HAT STACK ENTERPRISE LIFE CYCLE WORLD-CLASS SUPPORT AND SERVICES GLOBAL PARTNER ECOSYSTEM The OpenStack® Word Mark and OpenStack Logo are either registered trademarks / service marks or trademarks / service marks of the OpenStack Foundation, in the United States and other countries, and are used with the OpenStack Foundation’s permission. We are not affiliated with, endorsed or sponsored by the OpenStack Foundation or the OpenStack community.
  9. 9. 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500 4000 SPECvirt_sc2013 scores The KVM hypervisor advantage PERFORMANCE Proven Red Hat performance: SPECvirt_sc® 2013 results* • 10 of the top 13 overall scores • Top overall, 4-socket, and 8-socket scores • Only 8-socket score Red Hat IBMHuawei * Based on results posted at spec.org/virt_sc2013/results as of August 27, 2015. SPECvirt_sc2013 is a registered trademark of the Standard Performance Evaluation Corporation (SPEC). 9
  10. 10. Advanced performance for Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform 10 REAL-TIME KVM* Improve service quality with stable, deterministic scheduling • Decreases scheduling latency • Controls scheduling jitter • Red Hat has released significantly more patches for real-time KVM * In development, not yet released. Red Hat All others 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 48 38 Patches released for real-time KVM
  11. 11. Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform incorporates enhanced platform awareness (EPA) to expose hardware acceleration features in OpenStack. 11 NETWORKING PERFORMANCE vCPU PINNING NUMA-AWARE SCHEDULING* HUGEPAGE SUPPORT FOR VMs ACCELERATED PACKET PROCESSING* RESOURCE- AWARE SCHEDULING OPEN VIRTUAL NETWORKING * * In development, not yet released.
  12. 12. Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform supports high availability for all cloud components and highly available virtual machines for traditional applications. Intense testing protocols ensure high availability, reliability, and interoperability 12 AVAILABILITY COMMERCIALL Y HARDENED CODE NO SINGLE POINT OF FAILURE INTEGRATED SOFTWARE STACK STABLE, RELIABLE RELEASES FAULT- TOLERANT DESIGN
  13. 13. SELinux ML2 OVS port security sVirt Identity management Integration across the entire software stack for increased protection 13 SECURITY
  14. 14. RED HAT ENTERPRISE LINUX 5 RED HAT ENTERPRISE LINUX 6 RED HAT ENTERPRISE LINUX 7 Dedicated security response team 14 RED HAT PRODUCT SECURITY 98%of critical security issues fixed within 1 day 92%of critical security issues fixed within 1 day 97%of critical security issues fixed within 1 day Data from redhat.com/security/data/metrics for critical security issues from product release date to August 25, 2015.
  15. 15. CENTRALIZED, PROGRAMMABLE, AND ADAPTABLE NETWORK STANDARDIZED, INTEROPERABLE INTERFACES FLEXIBLE, COST-EFFECTIVE, VERSATILE COTS HARDWARE Software-defined networking (SDN) improves operational efficiency 15 MANAGEABILITY
  16. 16. Enhance manageability with a software-defined, virtual network infrastructure 16 SDN AND NFV CONTROL LAYER Network services APPLICATION LAYER Business applications INFRASTRUCTURE LAYER API API API Network functions virtualization(NFV) Network functions Open northbound API Control layer componentization Open southbound API ETSI OpenStack® OpenDaylight OpenFlow The OpenStack® Word Mark and OpenStack Logo are either registered trademarks / service marks or trademarks / service marks of the OpenStack Foundation, in the United States and other countries, and are used with the OpenStack Foundation’s permission. We are not affiliated with, endorsed or sponsored by the OpenStack Foundation or the OpenStack community.
  17. 17. Three years of support for Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform releases 17 LONG-TERM LIFE CYCLE Description FIRST YEAR SECOND AND THIRD YEARS Major bug fixes Minor bug fixes * Security errata Bug fix errata New features (backport potential) * Updated install image Partner enablement additions * Requires full product and engineering review prior to commitment
  18. 18. 18 RED HAT OPENSTACK PLATFORM Hypervisor Support Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Hypervisor *Red Hat Enterprise Linux KVM ● Lightweight / small footprint ● Less overhead ● Smaller attack surface ● Cost effective ● Closer to operating system DNA ● Provides massive scale-out capabilities ● Maximum benefit with virtualized Linux VMware vSphere *vCenter Driver ● Co-exist with existing infrastructure assets ● Provides a seamless path to future migration to OpenStack ● Uses NSX1 plugin for Neutron 1 NSX is only supported in production environments, per VMware's support requirements *ESXi driver not supported
  19. 19. 19 ● Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3 ● Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 ● Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 ● Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 ● Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 ● Red Hat Enterprise Linux Atomic Host *32 and 64 bit for all versions of RHEL ● Windows XP SP3+1 ● Windows 73 ● Windows 83 Microsoft SVVP Certified ● Windows Server 2003 SP2+3 ● Windows Server 20083 ● Windows Server 2008 R22 ● Windows Server 20122 1 32 bit only 2 64 bit only 3 32 and 64 bit ● SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 ● SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 *32 and 64 bit for all versions RED HAT OPENSTACK PLATFORM Virtual Guest Support
  20. 20. 20 Largest OpenStack Partner Ecosystem OEMs, IHVs, and ISVs System Integrators Channel Partners Cloud Service Providers Managed Service Providers • Over 350+ members since launch in April 2013 • Over 900 certified solutions in partner Marketplace • Over 4,000 RHEL certified compute servers • Over 13,000 applications available on RHEL
  21. 21. 21 Red Hat Cloud Services ● Training ● RH318 Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Administration ● CL210 Red Hat OpenStack Administration ● CL220R Red Hat CloudForms Administration ● Certification ● Red Hat Certified Virtualization Administrator (RHCVA) ● Red Hat Certificate of Expertise in OpenStack IaaS ● Consulting ● Advanced identity management for OpenStack ● Red Hat Consulting Discovery Session: Cloud Strategy ● Red Hat Consulting Assessment: Infrastructure-as-a-Service ● Red Hat Consulting Smart Start: Infrastructure-as-a-Service ● Red Hat Consulting Guided Transition: Cloud Management
  22. 22. What's Coming?
  23. 23. 23 RED HAT OPENSTACK PLATFORM 8 Tech Preview *Tech Preview features are subject to change in GA release Rally OVS-DPDK Realtime KVM Designate ODL FWaaS VPNaaS DVR
  24. 24. 24 Focused on supporting two use cases ● Deploying OpenStack itself ● Deploying container workloads on top of OpenStack ● Primary project focus and involvement ● Project “Kolla” for OpenStack deployment ● Heat-kubernetes for deploying RHEL Atomic on OpenStack and configuring a Kubernetes cluster for user workloads ● Kubernetes integration with OpenStack infrastructure services ● e.g. Networking and Storage ● Kubernetes cloud provider plug-in for OpenStack *Future release features are subject to change and are not committed to any specific release or date Future Technologies Containers
  25. 25. Integrated Cloud Solutions...
  26. 26. 26 Red Hat Cloud Infrastructure Delivering an open private cloud
  27. 27. 27 Open Hybrid Cloud CloudForms adds heterogeneous capacity
  28. 28. 28 Red Hat Cloud Suite for Applications Integrated DevOps Platform for the enterprise IaaS PaaS Management
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