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Carrier Paas - CloudStack Collaboration Event 2012

A Carrier grade PaaS aims to bring the network and application together. That means that application can easily deployed on multiple sites on different physical location as if it was one big data centre. Unlike regular cloud environment where application need to explicitly handle multi-zone deployments with Carrier PaaS the application workload and availability is handled through policy driven approach. The policy describes the desired application SLA and the Carrier PaaS maps the deployment of the application resources on the cloud node that best fit the latency, load or availability requirements.

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Carrier Paas - CloudStack Collaboration Event 2012

  1. 1. Network Definition
  2. 2. Network & Business Policies
  3. 3. Telco Applications Market Place
  4. 4. The Building Blocks
  5. 5. The Building Blocks • Bridging the network and the cloud • Resource constraints • Business policies
  6. 6. The Building Blocks • Different types of Cloud Nodes • Basic Compute, Storage & Networks services
  7. 7. The Building Blocks
  8. 8. The Building Blocks • Application level SLA • Application life cycle automation
  9. 9. Your App, Your Recipe
  10. 10. How It Works application { name="petclinic" service { name = "mongod" } service { name = "mongoConfig" } service { name = "apacheLB" } service { name = "mongos" dependsOn = ["mongoConfig", "mongod"] } service { name = "tomcat" dependsOn = ["mongos","apacheLB"] } } 45
  11. 11. How It Works service { name "mysql" icon "mysql.png" type "DATABASE" ... } 46
  12. 12. How It Worksmonitors { def ctxPath = ("default" == context.applicationName)?"":"${context.applicationName}“ def metricNamesToMBeansNames = [ "Current Http Threads Busy": ["Catalina:type=ThreadPool,name="http-bio-${currHttpPort}"", "currentThreadsBusy"], "Current Http Thread Count": ["Catalina:type=ThreadPool,name="http-bio-${currHttpPort}"", "currentThreadCount"], return getJmxMetrics("127.0.0.1",currJmxPort,metricNamesToMBeansNames)} ® Copyright 2012 GigaSpaces Ltd. All Rights 47 Reserved
  13. 13. How It WorksscalingRules ([ scalingRule { serviceStatistics { metric "Total Requests Count" statistics Statistics.maximumThroughput movingTimeRangeInSeconds 20 } highThreshold { value 1 instancesIncrease 1 } lowThreshold { value 0.2 instancesDecrease 1 } }]) ® Copyright 2012 GigaSpaces Ltd. All Rights 48 Reserved
  14. 14. Get it today, at cloudifysource.orghttps://github.com/CloudifySourcehttps://github.com/CloudifySource/cloudify-cloud-drivers/tree/master/cloudstack http://www.alcatel-lucent.com/new-thinking/market-growth/cloud.htmlhttp://venturebeat.com/2012/11/02/how-the-weather-company-survived-a-1000-traffic-spike-during-hurricane-sandy/
  15. 15. Thank You!

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A Carrier grade PaaS aims to bring the network and application together. That means that application can easily deployed on multiple sites on different physical location as if it was one big data centre. Unlike regular cloud environment where application need to explicitly handle multi-zone deployments with Carrier PaaS the application workload and availability is handled through policy driven approach. The policy describes the desired application SLA and the Carrier PaaS maps the deployment of the application resources on the cloud node that best fit the latency, load or availability requirements.

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