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  • SUSE OpenStack CloudEnabling your Software-Defined Data CenterSUSE Expert Days

    Micha JuraLinux HA/Cloud DeveloperSUSE Linux GmbH

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    The Journey to the SDDCPhysical to Virtual to Cloud

    One application per server

    One application per VM on shared server

    Workloads resources from shared poolsAgile, orchestrated, on-demand, elastic, SDDC

    Physical Industry Standard

    hardwareVirtualized

    Hardware abstraction

    One App

    OS

    Hypervisor

    App AApp B

    App C

    Private CloudPools of resource

    App AApp B

    App C

    OpenStack Cloud Software and APIs

    App Z

    Compute resources

    Storage resources

    Networking resources

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    Compute resources

    Storage resources

    Networking resources

    OpenStack Delivers the Software Defined Data Center

    OpenStack private cloud architecture

    Applications and workloads

    OpenStack cloud software/ APIs OPENSTACKDASHBOARD

    Physical Infrastructure

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    Why OpenStack?

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    Project History

    Provide components for Infrastructure-as-a-Service Started by Rackspace and NASA in July 2010 Currently used for example by CERN Today: more than 550 companies involved in the

    OpenStack ecosystem (including SUSE) Eleven releases so far (Austin, Bexar, Cactus, Diablo,

    Essex, Folsom, Grizzly, Havana, Icehouse, Juno, Kilo) Current release: Liberty Under development: Mitaka

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    How is SUSE Participating?

    Platinum Member Alan Clarkfirst Chairman of the Board

    TechnicalContributions

    Promotion in openSUSE Community

    OpenStack Distribution

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    Reclaim budget to focus on innovation not maintenance

    Optimize utilization Lower OS costsReduce management time and effort

    $$

    $

    EFFICIENCY

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    SUSE OpenStack Cloud 6

    Based on OpenStack Liberty Heat (orchestration, automation) Ceilometer (metering, measuring) Trove (DataBase as a Service) Manila (FileSystem as a Service)

    Features Baremetal install via Crowbar of nodes Mixed hypervisor support: different hypervisors in the same cloud

    KVM / Qemu Xen Docker VMware Hyper-V zVm

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    Bring Your Own Hypervisor for Investment Protection and Value

    Deployment UI

    Admin Server

    SUSE Linux

    Chef Server

    Crowbar

    Software mirror

    DHCP/TFTP

    HA ClusterControl Node

    SUSE Linux

    Database

    Message queue

    Identity

    Image store

    Cinder

    Neutron

    Dashboard

    Scheduler

    Other

    Hyper-V

    OpenStack compute

    z/VM

    OpenStack compute

    SUSE Linux

    OpenStack compute +

    VMware Proxy

    SUSE Linux

    KVM/XEN/Docker

    OpenStack compute

    Cloud UI

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    SUSE OpenStack Cloud 6

    Platform for High Availability HA for OpenStack controller nodes HA for OpenStack compute nodes

    Full support for Ceph Glance Image Store Cinder Block Storage Nova Compute

    Mixed enterprise vendor integration Cisco, Cisco UCS, EMC, Fujitsu, NetApp, IBM, VMware

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    Automatic High-Availability DeploymentBecause Downtime is Not an Option

    OpenStack Controller HANode 1 Node 2 Node 3

    PACEMAKER

    COROSYNC

    Services Cluster

    SUSE Linux

    KVM or Xen

    OpenStack compute

    PACEMAKER REMOTE

    SUSE Linux

    KVM or Xen

    OpenStack compute

    PACEMAKER REMOTE

    SUSE Linux

    KVM or Xen

    OpenStack compute

    PACEMAKER REMOTE

    SUSE Linux

    KVM or Xen

    OpenStack compute

    PACEMAKER REMOTE

    Keep my workload running

    Keep my cloud running

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    Pain-Free Foundation forYour Software Defined Data CenterSUSE OpenStack Cloud gives you:

    Business oriented release cycle & longer

    supportThe best

    interoperability

    Non-disruptive upgrades

    Leading support for the entire

    OpenStack cloud platform

    The widest hypervisor

    support

    Fast & easy setup and

    management

    Rock-solid reliability

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    DaysHours

    Parameters

    Components

    7471162

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    SUSE Crowbar Admin Server

    Admin Node Cloud Node

    Status (post)

    PXE Boot

    Run List

    Config

    State Machine

    Software Mirror

    DHCP/TFTP

    Crowbar Chef Server

    Apps Apps

    Network Config

    Network Config

    SUSE LinuxEnterprise Server

    Hardware Config(via image discovery)

    Chef Clie

    nt

    Chef Client

    Chef Client

    AutoYAST

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    Rule the Stack Competition

    Three times in a row !!!

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    Data

    Runtime

    Middleware

    OS

    Virtual Machine

    Servers

    Storage

    Networking

    Applications

    Data

    Runtime

    Middleware

    OS

    Virtual Machine

    Servers

    Storage

    Networking

    Applications

    Data

    Runtime

    Middleware

    OS

    Virtual Machine

    Servers

    Storage

    Networking

    Applications

    Infrastructure (IaaS) Platform (PaaS) Software (SaaS)

    IT

    Line

    of B

    usin

    ess

    Hypervisor HypervisorHypervisor

    ITLi

    ne o

    f Bus

    ines

    s

    Your Cloud definition

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    Cloud Foundry

    Platform as a Service OpenStack provides a base for Cloud Foundry SUSE and SAP collaborate on the BOSH OpenStack CPI Project Application deployment, lifecycle management, scaling...

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    Adding Value to your Data Center with SUSE OpenStack Cloud

    Compute resources

    Storage resources

    Networking resources

    OpenStack Cloud Software and APIs

    DevOps for new web applications

    Production environment for new

    app deployment

    Easy Integration with Existing Data Center

    Deliver next level of data center

    efficiency

    Data security, compliance & control

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    Your Software Defined Data Center Built with SUSE OpenStack Cloud

    Best value,InvestmentProtection

    Fast and EasyTo Deploy

    and Manage

    Robust and Production

    Ready

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