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1 Leveraging VMware Technology to Build an Enterprise Grade OpenStack Cloud It’s Not Always About KVM! Justin Giardina & Julien Anguenot OpenStack Summit Atlanta May 15 th, 2014

2 © 2014 iland internet solutions Agenda Use cases VMware benefits OpenStack + VMware A developer’s take

3 Who are we? 3

4 © 2014 iland internet solutions Justin Giardina ) iland Open Source, Cisco, and VMware admin for many years Network geek at heart Cisco Champion, vExpert, Technical Advisory Boards Currently in charge of global cloud footprint and technical operations at iland 4

5 © 2014 iland internet solutions Julien Anguenot ) Director of Software iland Python and Java veteran developer Open source and open standards advocate Currently building a cloud management platform, API and frontend for the iland cloud aiming at connecting VMware and OpenStack services 5

6 iland: cloud experts with years of experience 1877 Years delivering IT Services Years cloud & disaster recovery expertise ISO & SSAE16 global data centers The Forrester Wave™: Disaster- Recovery-As-A-Service Providers (January 2014) Cloud-Based Disaster Recovery Report (March 2012) IaaS Best of Breed Award VMworld 2013

7 VMware & OpenStack Use cases, technology, terminology 7

8 © 2014 iland internet solutions Religious Debate – No Thanks! 8

9 © 2014 iland internet solutions OpenStack on VMware Use Cases Why it is interesting for us –Cloud Provider, SLA’s, Global footprint –Internal operations, Staffing, Efficiency Leveraging investment in existing infrastructure –Don’t eliminate what you have –Use existing architectures and knowledge Let developers be developers –Provide services that they are used to – SDK/API/ETC 9

10 © 2014 iland internet solutions Benefits of Using vSphere for an Enterprise History, SLA, Support –VMware recognition in data center space –Support of verticals and compliance, i.e. Health Care and PCI Operations –Scale, diagnostics, performance, troubleshooting DRS, HA, SDRS, SIOC, OPS, Log Insight –Enterprise grade features for uptime, performance, and management Fully software-defined network stack –NSX, vCNS, vSwitch 10

11 © 2014 iland internet solutions vSphere Basic Topology vCenter is the centralized management point for underlying resources and metrics 11

12 © 2014 iland internet solutions iland Pod Design Repeatable, multi-purpose, pod design Core components (vCenter, ESXi, Cisco UCS, Etc.) 12

13 © 2014 iland internet solutions iland ECS Pod Topology Centralized point for add-on services Services considered “clients” of centralized architecture 13 Iland Pod DRaaSvCloudPortalOpenstack

14 © 2014 iland internet solutions OpenStack Integration with vSphere Ceilometer Integration VMware and community support and VOVA Icehouse updates, Multiple Linux distro support 14

15 © 2014 iland internet solutions Mapping to OpenStack Relationships (Some loosely, this does not mean these are all integrated) VMware SSO / VMware Inventory ServiceKeystone vCenter Server / ESXiNova vCNS / NSXNeutron vCloud DirectorHorizon vCenter / vCops / vChargeback Ceilometer vCloud Catalogs and TemplatesGlance vCenter / VM Virtual Disks (VMDK)Cinder vCAC / vCO / vFabricHeat Not Native (yet) - DBaaS Trove Not Native (yet) Object Storage Swift 15

16 VMware & OpenStack A developer’s take 16

17 VMware stack offering same benefits to developers?

18 Programming the VMware stack 18

19 © 2014 iland internet solutions First Impression VMware programming was new to me until beginning of 2013 Acronyms are confusing (vX, vStuff, vBlah, etc.) Therefore documentation is hard to find Java w/ VMware fist-class citizen –Religious debate again Non homogenous API (acquisition of products, different API types, SDKs, etc.) XML and old style object model based API (vSphere for instance) Programming API is not an industry standard Very few developers out there interested in programming the VMware stack –AWS preferred although extremely complicated and proprietary –Enterprise-limited developer community Developer sandbox & staging for infrastructure are complicated and time consuming to setup and maintain but are critical for developers: Justin’s profile required 19

20 © 2014 iland internet solutions First Impression is Not Always the Right One VMware technology is mature, stable, robust and full-featured API / SDK are well documented, covering the whole stack and easy to leverage from Java based applications API compatibility is fantastic Release cycle for major products is long enough to anticipate change on legacy applications. Beta program of VMware interesting for partners to give feedback as well as anticipate changes Applications built against VMware stack works extremely well. If well implemented, of course 20

21 © 2014 iland internet solutions Leverage the VMware APIs: Iland cloud ECS portal Cloud management and monitoring portal leveraging vCloud Director, vSphere, vShield Manager. Billing, alerts, VMware specifics (tools, VDC) 21

22 VMware + OpenStack 22

23 © 2014 iland internet solutions What We Like About OpenStack Open and (to become) one of the standard API for the cloud ReST API are modern, consistent across components Abstracting low level stack to developers Interoperability w/ 3 rd party applications Pluggable! Not vendor-specific Programming language and tooling agnostic (exit the religious debate) Documentation: Python is the documentation? Culture & Community! 23

24 © 2014 iland internet solutions Anticipated Challenges Resource pool vs instance-based models VMware vApp & OpenStack Neutron plugin for VCNS (In progress) Ceilometer: vSphere / vShield Manager Gradually migrating our own proprietary API to OpenStack + extensions 24

25 © 2014 iland internet solutions 25 OpenStack vCloud API Iland API Iland ECS portal Developers vShield API vSphere API Iland platform Frontend

26 © 2014 iland internet solutions iland Cloud (1/2) No Horizon frontend for end-users (iland admins only). ECS portal integration Support of OpenStack in addition to vCloud Director abstracted out by our cloud management portal and API Provide tooling for developers against the iland cloud –Saltstack, Ubuntu JuJu, etc. Contributing code to OpenStack if / when it makes sense 26

27 © 2014 iland internet solutions iland Cloud (2/2) In addition to infrastructure, processes, teams, etc. ECS platform to support vCloud and OpenStack: evolution versus revolution VMware backend and low level integration to remain the same Building an enterprise grade OpenStack offering powered by VMware and developer friendly 27

28 Thank You! Justin Giardina – Julien Anguenot – - iland is hiring! Presentation and helpful links online: 28

29 © 2014 iland internet solutions Helpful links (1/2) vCenter Server Programming Resources https://www.vmware.com/support/pubs/sdk_pubs.html vCloud Director Programming Resources https://developercenter.vmware.com/web/sdk/5.5.0/vcloud-java vCNS (vCloud Networking and Security) Programming Resources https://www.vmware.com/pdf/vshield_55_api.pdf

30 © 2014 iland internet solutions Helpful links (2/2) VMware NSX Programming Resources vCenter Operations Manager Programming Resources https://www.vmware.com/support/pubs/vcops-pubs.html vCenter Log Insight Programming Resources https://www.vmware.com/support/pubs/log-insight-pubs.html 30


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