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FUT7534SUSE Cloud Roadmap: Becoming the Inside Cloud Service Provider

Promise of Private Cloud Computing Lower Costs Increased Agility 2Greater Controland Security

Back to the Future

OpenStack EssexManagementBillingInstall FrameworkCloudRequiredServicesMessage QDatabaseVM MgmtImage ToolDashboard(Horizon)Identity(Keystone)PortalApp MonitorSec & PerfCloud APIs(OpenStack rating System and HypervisorPhysical Infrastructure: x86-64, Switches, StorageOpenStack Essex4Management ToolsOS and HypervisorPhysical Infrastructure

SUSE Cloud 1ManagementInstall FrameworkFrameworkInstall(Crowbar, Chef, TFTP, DNS, tone)PortalApp MonitorSec & PerfCloud APIs(OpenStack E Linux Enterprise Server 11 SP2 and Xen/KVMPhysical Infrastructure: x86-64, Switches, StorageOpenStack Essex53rd Party ToolsSUSE ProductPartner Solutions

SUSE Cloud 2ManagementInstallFrameworkInstall Framework(Crowbar, Chef, TFTP, DNS, dioDashboard(Horizon)Identity(Keystone)PortalApp MonitorSec & PerfCloud APIs(OpenStack work(Neutron)AdaptersAdaptersHypervisorHyper-VSUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 SP3 and Xen/KVMPhysical Infrastructure: x86-64, Switches, StorageOpenStack Grizzly63rd Party ToolsSUSE ProductCompute(Nova)Partner Solutions

SUSE Cloud 3ManagementInstallFrameworkInstall Framework(Crowbar, Chef, TFTP, DNS, dioDashboard(Horizon)Identity(Keystone)PortalApp MonitorSec & PerfCloud APIs(OpenStack reSUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 SP3 and Xen/KVMPhysical Infrastructure: x86-64, Switches, StorageOpenStack Havana73rd Party ToolsSUSE ProductCompute(Nova)Partner Solutions

SUSE Cloud 3 – High AvailabilityManagementInstallFrameworkInstall Framework(Crowbar, Chef, TFTP, DNS, dioDashboard(Horizon)Identity(Keystone)PortalCloud APIs(OpenStack andEC2)Images(Glance)Object(Swift)App MonitorOrchestration(Heat)Block(Cinder)AdaptersSec & ypervisorSUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 SP3 and Xen/KVMHyper-VVMwarePhysical Infrastructure: x86-64, Switches, StorageOpenStack Icehouse83rd Party ToolsSUSE ProductCompute(Nova)Partner Solutions

SUSE Cloud 4ManagementInstallFrameworkInstall Framework(Crowbar, Chef, TFTP, DNS, tMQDatabasePostgresqlIdentity(Keystone)PortalCloud APIs(OpenStack andEC2)Images(Glance)Object(Swift)App Sec & PerfTelemetry(Ceilometer)Network(Neutron)Physical Infrastructure: x86-64, Switches, Storage93rd Party ToolsSUSE ProductCompute(Nova)AdaptersSUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 SP3 and Xen/KVM and RADOSOpenStack IcehouseRadosGWPartner SolutionsHypervisorHyper-VVMware

What's Next for OpenStack?

OpenStack Directions Bare Metal (Ironic)‒ DNS Service (Designate)‒ 11Hadoop as a serviceQueue Service (Zaqar)‒ Enable guests to access shared foldersOpenStack Data Processing (Sahara)‒ Name resolution for guests and OpenStack servicesShared file system (Manila)‒ Ability to provision physical servers through OpenStackMessage passing between VMsKey Management (Barbican)

Public Cloud Evolution: Amazon Initial Offerings – Basic Building Blocks‒S3 Object Storage‒EC2 Virtual ComputersNow: 12 Amazon ElasticCompute Cloud (EC2) AWS CloudFormationAmazon Simple WorkflowService (SWF) Amazon ElasticMapReduce Amazon Simple QueueService (SQS) Auto Scaling Elastic LoadBalancingAmazon Simple NotificationService (SNS) Amazon Simple Email Service(SES)

What's Next for SUSE OpenStack?

SUSE Cloud Priorities 14Focus on making SUSE Cloud mission critical ready‒High availability‒Non-disruptive UpgradeWork within the OpenStack community to:‒Represent customer requirements to individual projects‒Collaborate with partners to deliver a broader solutionStay aligned with upstream lifecycle‒New features‒Stability

Forrester: More and More SystemsAre Considered CriticalSource: Forrester Research, Inc.15

Determining Private Cloud WorkloadsSource: Accenture Technology Labs16

OpenStack Considerations

High Availability for OpenStack First question: what is important Users need to start/stop VMs at any time Virtual instances need access to services: 18‒Storage‒NetworkProviding HA for the control node is critical

OpenStack Distribution Components19

Component Failure Assessment 20Control Node‒Highest priority‒Recovery realistically requires complete cloud restartCompute Node‒Application level recovery is normal practice for existing clouds‒Not existing “enterprise” expectation, but workaround exists fornew workloadsAdmin Server‒Least impact on deployed system‒Operation can continue with no impact on end users

Cloud StructureControlNodeVMVMVM.VMVMVMVMCloud stServerHostServerHostServer

Cloud Structure – HA Control MVM.VMVMVMVMCloud OrchestrationHostServerZone erZone B

What About the Workloads?

High Availability Directions 24Control Plane‒Hot standby for Control Nodes‒Ensures that cloud continues to operate tpo meet SLAsGuest vs. Server‒Cloud 101 – Plan for infrastructure failure, or‒Enterprise 101 – build a reliable infrastructureHigh availability guests‒Use SUSE Linux Enterprise High Availability Extension in VMs‒Backup VM is in a different availability zone‒Application does not need to be changed High availability compute nodes‒Use SUSE Linux Enterprise High Availability Extension on physical nodes‒Backup VM is in same availability zone, but could be geographically different‒All workloads on server are backed up

Cloud Structure – Availability ZonesControlNodeVMVMVM.VMVMVMVMCloud OrchestrationHostServerZone ServerZone B

Cloud Structure – Host MVM.VMVMVMVMCloud OrchestrationHostServerZone AHostServerHostServer.HostServerHostServerHigh Availability ClusterHostServerZone B

Cloud Structure – VM ClusterHigh Availability MVM.VMVMVMVMCloud OrchestrationHostServerZone erZone B

SUSE Cloud Roadmap (tentative)Q1 2015SUSE CloudGAQ2 2015Q3 2015GAQ4 2015GAGASUSE Cloud 5SUSE Cloud 6SUSE Cloud 7 OpenStack Kilo Install framework SUSE Linux EnterpriseServer 12 Control andAdmin OpenStack “L”OpenStack JunoBig Data serviceSUSE Storage integrationSUSE Linux EnterpriseServer 12 Compute NodeSUSE Cloud 5 High Availability Guests Docker support (techpreview)28Q1 2016SUSE ConfidentialQ2 2016

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