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Running SAP on SUSE Cloud 2.0


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Running SAP on SUSE Cloud 2.0

  1. 1. Using SUSE Cloud to Help Deploy SAP Workloads SAP TechEd 2013 Wednesday, Oct 23, 09:15 AM-10:15 AM Mike Friesenegger SUSE Sales Engineer/SAP Champion
  2. 2. Agenda Introduction to SUSE Cloud Use Cases for Deploying SAP Applications with SUSE Cloud Demo 2
  3. 3. Introduction to SUSE Cloud
  4. 4. Have you had this conversation? We need an SAP system fast! That’ll cost you How much? I can’t say Isn’t there unused capacity on systems we paid for? Possibly, but it’s all part of a virtual pool of servers Not going to happen 4 IT Manager SAP Basis Manager I’d rather pay by usage
  5. 5. Cloud Computing Models: “... as a Service” Public Private Google Apps, SaaS PeopleSoft, Intranet software Windows Azure, Google App Engine PaaS Windows Azure Platform Appliance Amazon EC2, Rackspace Cloud IaaS SUSE Cloud, VMware vCloud Storage / Servers / Networks 5
  6. 6. Enterprises Recognize the Benefits Private Cloud Priority Increasing Which of the following initiatives are likely to be your firm's / organization's top hardware / IT infrastructure priorities over the next 12 months ? Percentage of respondents who answered "high" or "critical" priority Base: North American and European IT decision makers at enterprise firms with 1.000+ employees Source: Enterprise and SMB Hardware Survey, North America and Europe, Q3 2009 Forrsight Hardware Survey, Q3 2010 Forrsight Hardware Survey, Q3 2011 Forrsight Hardware Survey, Q3 2012 6
  7. 7. Promise of Private Cloud Computing ● ● ● 7 Lower Costs Increased Agility Greater Control and Security
  8. 8. Public Cloud Responsibilities Software (SaaS) Applications Applications Applications Data Data Runtime Runtime Runtime Middleware Middleware Middleware OS OS Virtual Machine Virtual Machine OS Virtual Machine Hypervisor Hypervisor Servers Servers Storage Storage Storage Networking Service Provider Hypervisor Service Provider Customer Data Service Provider Platform (PaaS) Customer Infrastructure (IaaS) Networking Networking Servers 8
  9. 9. Private Cloud Responsibilities Platform (PaaS) Software (SaaS) Applications Applications Data Data Runtime Runtime Middleware Middleware Middleware OS OS OS Virtual Machine Virtual Machine Virtual Machine Hypervisor Hypervisor Hypervisor Servers Servers Servers Storage Storage Storage Networking Networking Networking Applications Line of Business Data IT IT IT Runtime Line of Business Infrastructure (IaaS) 9
  10. 10. SUSE Cloud SUSE Cloud is an open source software solution based on the OpenStack and Crowbar projects that provides the fundamental capabilities for enterprises to deploy an Infrastructure-as-a-Service Private Cloud End Users APIs Self Service Portal Automated ● Image Repository ● Configuration Optimized Deployment APIs 10 Pool of Virtualized Servers (Compute Storage Nodes)
  11. 11. Why OpenStack? 11
  12. 12. How is SUSE Participating? Platinum Member Alan Clark Chairman of the Board Technical Contributions OpenStack Distribution Promotion in openSUSE Community 12
  13. 13. Why an OpenStack Distribution? SMT Crowbar DHCP TFTP CHEF Required Services RabbitMQ PostgreSQL Compute (Nova) Hypervisor Sec & Perf OpenStack APIs Network (Neutron) Install Framework Dashboard (Horizon) Volume (Cinder) EC2 API App Monitor Portal Object (Swift) Image Tool Images (Glance) VM Mgmt Authentication (Keystone) Billing Operating System Physical Infrastructure: x86-64 server with virtualization OpenStack Component Required Components Install Framework 13 Management
  14. 14. SUSE Cloud 2.0 14
  15. 15. Why SUSE Cloud? 15
  16. 16. SUSE Cloud Structure Compute Node ® • Control Node • • • • • • • Administration Server • • • • • • SLES Chef server Crowbar Software mirror TFTP PXE Server • • SLES Database Message queue Self-Service Portal Image Repository Centralized Tracking Scheduler Identity and Authentication Storage • Compute Node • • Hyper-V Cloud Compute Compute / Storage Node Crowbar + PXE Boot Compute/ Storage Node • • • Customer Center 16 VCenter Cloud Compute • SLES Xen or KVM Cloud Compute Storage proxy
  17. 17. Private Clouds and Hypervisors SUSE Cloud 2.0 Creates Flexibility ● ● ● 17 Take advantage of Innovation Leverage legacy Investments Transition smoothly to future technology
  18. 18. A powerful supporting cast “Systems Engine” Management Provisioning Monitoring SUSE Studio Datacenter SUSE Cloud 18 SUSE Manager Workflow Engine Public Clouds
  19. 19. SUSE Studio ™ • Award-winning image software customization tool and appliance builder • Simplifies application deployment • Build software appliances ‒ Physical, virtual or cloud ‒ In minutes, not days • • Easy public cloud deployment • 19 Integrated deployment to SUSE Cloud
  20. 20. SUSE Manager ® • Manage both SUSE Linux Enterprise and Red Hat Enterprise Linux servers with a single centralized solution • Automated and cost-effective software management, system provisioning/configuration/auditing and monitoring capabilities • Manage Linux server deployments across physical, virtual and cloud environments SUSE Manager 20
  21. 21. SUSE Cloud-centric Lifecycle Management ® Test and QA Provision and Deploy Image Creation Manage and Monitor Build API Repositories 21
  22. 22. Service-centric Lifecycle Management SUSE Vision ® Services Creation Test and QA Image Creation Provision and Deploy Manage and Monitor Build API Repositories 22 API Services
  23. 23. Use Cases for Deploying SAP Applications with SUSE Cloud
  24. 24. Use Case – SAP Application Testing/Evaluation • Create new VMs to be used as SAP Applications Central Instance or Aplication Server systems Compute Nodes KVM KVM • • 24 SAP Basis team can create, start, delete VMs as needed SAP Basis team will continue the SAP installation ESXi ESXi Control Node
  25. 25. Use Case – SAP System Copy • Create a new VM that will become a copy an SAP system that can be used for development, upgrade test, training Compute Nodes KVM KVM • Use the SAP Software Provisioning Manager ESXi ESXi 25 Control Node
  26. 26. It's SHOWTIME! Thank you. 26
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