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  • PunchLine: OpenStack has made good progress on compute and storage. There is significant opportunity to advance the science of openstack networking, and to differentiate and monetize our offerings on the basis of it.OpenStack Compute: A distributed compute platform, written from scratch for OpenStack.OpenStack Object Storage: A distributed, replicated, self-healing storage platform. This is the production-quality code used for Rackspace Cloud Files (4PB under management today). -- unspoken notes --OpenStack Compute consists of many components that are distributed around the datacentre: nova-api, nova-compute, nova-scheduler, nova-network, nova-volume. Connections to the hypervisor are managed through nova-compute.OpenStack Object Storage also consists of distributed components: swift-proxy, swift-auth, swift-account, swift-container, and swift-object.
  • And that’s exactly what our OpenCloud products do for you… (talk through each)… then go to demo
  • PunchLine:Lots of interesting work going on inside OpenStack – some new ground being covered on both scale and openness. This is the kind of thing that architects and engineers love!This is a zoomed-out view of very high-level OS architecture. The things to note:The system is designed to scale horizontally – you increase the controller capacity, simply by adding more machines to the control farm.When you talk about managing 100K machines, traditional designs, like some of what VMW or a number of startups are doing, start running into limitations. A key difference with OS is that we use asynchronous messaging with a distributed message queue.Design for openness and pluggable-everything is another key consideration – in the design of APIs and coupling.
  • Transition from previous slide …So to that end, we believe that there three “E”s to cloud.Economics, Elasticity and Pay-as-you-goWe are all aware of the two fundamental “E”s of cloud :Economics .. and ElasticityNo architectures are “true cloud” without natively aligning to these core value proposition.However, to truly create a “sustainable” plan for Cloud, we need to chart a pragmatic path forward that aligns with the specific the applications and services that move to the Cloud
  • OpenStack Opportunity - Citrix

    1. 1. Delivering on the OpenStack Opportunity<br />Gordon MangioneVP Cloud | Citrix Systems<br />
    2. 2. “We have proven… polymorphism<br />will … defeat any model based <br />detection method. Identification <br />of bounded length Metamorphic <br />viruses is NP-complete”<br /> Song et al., 2010<br />“If the workload CAGR remains steady, server volumes will decline<br />in 2011, and we won’t see 2010’s <br />volumes again in this decade.”<br />Tom Bittman, Gartner Fellow, Feb 2011<br />“Flash-based DIMMs open another front in the flash war on older storage technologies A 48 GB SO-DIMM should soon be less than $200.”<br /> ZDNet, 10/2010<br />“The implicit change to networking<br />is that the last-hop switch is <br />a feature of the hypervisor or server <br />hardware and not a switch in the <br />physical network”<br /> ACM Queue, 2010<br />
    3. 3. Virtualization<br />
    4. 4. CIO<br />
    5. 5. Deliver IT as an on-demand service with greater Elasticity, better security and lower operating costs<br />
    6. 6. Consumer<br /> Consumerizationwill force more IT change over the next 10 years than any other trend.<br />Consumerization<br />Enterprise<br />
    7. 7. On-demand service<br />
    8. 8. To Most, Cloud is Still Vaporware <br />2010 (April) Eclipse Community Survey; 1,948 respondents (Forrester Research)<br />
    9. 9. The Presumptive Winner…<br />
    10. 10. VMware earns 78.8% of all server virtualization revenue<br />Source: 451 Market Monitor, June 2010<br />
    11. 11. Is this really cloud?<br />
    12. 12.
    13. 13. Utility Cloud Benchmarks<br />
    14. 14. Public Websites by Cloud Providers<br />Source:<br />
    15. 15. Public Websites by Hypervisor<br />
    16. 16. An Open Cloud Alternative<br />Enterprise Customers:<br />“Let me easily adopt, change and move”<br />Cloud Providers:<br />“Let me differentiate by adding my own IP”<br />Everyone:<br />“No single-vendor lock-in”<br />“Freedom to choose best products<br />to deliver Cloud Economics”<br />
    17. 17. Open<br />Large Scale<br />Restful<br />The Open Way to Build Clouds<br />OpenStack<br />Compute<br />OpenStackObject Store<br />OpenStackNetworking<br />openstack<br />
    18. 18. Any<br />Any<br />
    19. 19. Citrix Cloud Strategy<br />Best infrastructure for enterprise class application delivery<br />Best infrastructure for virtual desktops & workspaces<br />productivity | velocity | security<br />Open, compatible, Pay-as-you-go<br />Citrix OpenCloud Platform<br />
    20. 20. <ul><li> Google
    21. 21. Carpathia
    22. 22. SoftLayer
    23. 23. Joyent
    24. 24. The Planet
    25. 25. Perot
    26. 26. HP EDS
    27. 27. COLT
    28. 28. Dedipower
    29. 29. ThinkGrid
    30. 30. Singtel (Alatum Cloud)
    31. 31. True Internet
    32. 32. SkyTap
    33. 33. Chungwa Telecom
    34. 34. BlueFire
    35. 35. NTT
    36. 36. Navisite
    37. 37. Verizon Business
    38. 38. Korea Telecom (uCloud)+700 Service Providers</li></li></ul><li>OpenCloud is built on Open Source<br /><ul><li>Xen
    39. 39. OpenStack
    40. 40. Object Storage: Rackspace CloudFiles
    41. 41. Compute:  NASA Nebula
    42. 42. OpenVSwitch</li></ul>Why?<br /><ul><li>Accelerate innovation & adoption
    43. 43. Drive standards through experience and ubiquity
    44. 44. Address fear of lock-in & enable value-add
    45. 45. Foster ISV Ecosystem around Open APIs & Platform</li></li></ul><li>Isolation · Resource control · Multi-tenancy · Visibility · Security<br />Hypervisor<br />Hypervisor<br />Hypervisor<br />VM<br />VM<br />VM<br />VM<br />VM<br />VM<br />VM<br />VM<br />VM<br />VM<br />VM<br /><ul><li> Open Source Virtual Switch:
    46. 46. Rich layer 2 feature set
    47. 47. Per-flow control via open API</li></ul>New Open Virtual Switch for Xen<br />
    48. 48. APPS<br /><ul><li>Single sign-on & provisioning for Windows, Web & SaaS</li></ul>INFRASTRUCTURE<br />openstack<br /><ul><li>Massively scalable cloud stack & storage</li></ul>NETWORKS<br />NetScaler<br /><ul><li>Delivers, accelerates & secures Windows, Web & SaaSapps from any cloud</li></li></ul><li>OpenStack Demo<br />Incoming requests<br />Load balancer<br />Load balancer<br />Load balancing<br />API / authentication<br />OpenStack API<br />OpenStack API<br />OpenStack API<br />Distributed<br />message queue<br />OpenStackScheduler<br />Message queue<br />OpenStackCompute<br />OpenStackCompute<br />OpenStackCompute<br />OpenStackCompute<br />OpenStackCompute<br />OpenStackCompute<br />Compute<br />layer<br />Hypervisor<br />Hypervisor<br />Hypervisor<br />Hypervisor<br />Hypervisor<br />Hypervisor<br />OpenStackStorage<br />OpenStackStorage<br />OpenStackStorage<br />Storage layer<br />
    49. 49. Economics<br />Elasticity<br />Pay-as-you-go<br />