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Stackops - The Open Cloud Enabler
Transcript of Stackops - The Open Cloud Enabler
Training and Deployment of both Private and Public Clouds Based on the Openstack Project What is Cloud Computing? “Cloud Computing is a model for enabling convenient, on-demand network access to a shared pool of configurable computing resources (e.g., networks, servers, storage, applications, and services) that can be rapidly provisioned and released with minimal management effort or service provider interaction. This model promotes availability and has five main attributes, three service models and four deployment modes”. National Institute of Standards and Technology
Wide access from the net
Multi-tenant pool of resources model
3 Service Models
SaaS - Software as a Service: This is a capability which means that the consumer uses applications from an infrastructure provider cloud. The consumer does not manage or control the infrastructure that supports these services, but if certain settings.
PaaS – Platform as a Service: This capability allows consumers to display on the provider's infrastructure applications created by the first, even learned, using programming languages and tools supplier. The consumer does not control the infrastructure that supports these services, but controls the applications or services deployed and some environment variables which are, in some situations, provision a Web server to provide faster response time thanks to the success of the Web application for example. IaaS – Infrastructure as a Service: This capability allows consumers to provision computing resources such as storage, processing, networks and other key elements in which the consumer can deploy and run arbitrary software, which may include operating systems, applications, etc.
4 Deployment Models Private cloud: The infrastructure of this cloud is operated only for an organization. Can be administered by the organization or by a third party. It can exist in house, "on premises" or outside it, "off premises".
Community cloud: Infrastructure shared by several organizations and supports the concerns of a particular community on a specific topic, for example, security, research, policy and compliance. Can be administered by the organization or by a third party. It can exist in house, "on premises" or outside it, "off premises".
scenario where the application is developed and tested in a private cloud and then is deployed to a public cloud.
Private cloud: The infrastructure of this cloud is operated only for an organization. Can be Public cloud: The infrastructure is available to the general public or a large group of industry. The infrastructure is provided by an organization that sells services in the cloud. Hybrid cloud: It is the combination of two or more clouds, for example private and public, that remains as single solution. Entities coexist by having technology that can share data or applications between them. Think of a scenario where the application is developed and tested in a private cloud and then is deployed to a public cloud.
IDC : $43MM yearly investment
in cloud technologies.
IDC : $15M in IaaS
Target market: 4.5M servers for IaaS management software
Virtualization : virtual machines execution in a server thanks to hypervisors
Cloud Computing: automate provisioning processes around hypervisors, network appliances and storage devices Opportunity
Cloud technology generates high market expectation:
Gartner 2010 Hype Cycle
25% companies planning to migrate to the cloud
Top 10 relevant technologies 2010
Immature market, with partial solutions, not flexible / adaptable and high cost (due to the complexity in implementing the direct cost or software), low competition and strong demand growth
Due to current economic situation:
There is a need for greater agility in IT deparments to optimize competitiveness
Need to reduce direct and indirect costs of migration to the cloud, due to the limited investment available
The amortization period of servers purchased before the economic recession in 2007 and 2008 ends
A low cost solution is desired:
Direct: Hardware & software
Indirect: Service development, implementation complexity
Adoption and abandonment, flexibility
What is ? Is an OpenStack 'distribution' verified, tested and designed to reach as many users as possible thanks to a new and simple installation process.
Open source tools bundled that make
OpenStack more powerful and more attractive
to IT departments.
Based on a fully tested Reference Architecture
Providing public and private services with this
architecture increases the chances of success
on the project and reduce implementation cost. Services : Consulting and Assessment
Diagnosis and Assessment
Mentoring teams &managers .
Competitors and Market analysis
Public Clouds design Training:
Introduction to Cloud Platforms .
Amazon Web Services
In Business and Management:
Introduction to Cloud Computing
New Cloud Services
Change Management in the Cloud Setup of Public and Private Clouds with Openstack
3rd Parties Integration
Existing systems Integration ISV Cloud Migration: .
with software from
Migration from traditional software
to cloud architectures
New solutions design and
architecture in cloud