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Cisco and Open. Stack Lew Tucker VP/CTO Cloud Computing Cisco Systems, Inc. @lewtucker Cisco and Open. Stack Lew Tucker VP/CTO Cloud Computing Cisco Systems, Inc. @lewtucker

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DIY Approach Followed By Some Of The Best DIY Approach Followed By Some Of The Best

Web Approach Today’s Architectural Battle Scale-out Architecture Enterprise Approach Vertical scaling HA failover model Web Approach Today’s Architectural Battle Scale-out Architecture Enterprise Approach Vertical scaling HA failover model Design for Failure Transactional Information-centric Application specific Infrastructure Commodity systems Open Source Commercial Software Applied Now to a Cloud Iaa. S Platform

Web Scale Cloud Computing Platform § Customers want to avoid being locked • Common Web Scale Cloud Computing Platform § Customers want to avoid being locked • Common platform offered by multiple vendors • Standardization of the API • Ability of move data and applications § Cloud service provider needs • • Serve many tenants, over thousands of severs Easy to operate Allows provider to focus on support, reliability, availability… Need to be able to differentiate offerings and integrate additional services

Open Source Advantages § Leverage the work of a growing community of developers § Open Source Advantages § Leverage the work of a growing community of developers § Works across multiple hardware infrastructure § Possible to deploy at service providers and on-premise § Customized to fit individual needs or to additional services

What is Open. Stack? § Originated at NASA, with Rackspace § Driven by an What is Open. Stack? § Originated at NASA, with Rackspace § Driven by an open community process § Three existing projects: Open. Stack Compute Open. Stack Image Service Open Object Storage § § Multiple hypervisors: Xen, KVM, ESXi, Hyper-V § Releases: • • Austin: Oct 2010 Bexar: Feb 2011 Cactus: April 2011: Current Diablo: scheduled for Sept 2011 Open. Stack Compute (VMs & VM Networks) Open. Stack Image Service (Image Library & Management) Open. Stack Object Store (Storage)

Open. Stack Community – 60+ companies Open. Stack Community – 60+ companies

launchpad. net launchpad. net

Cisco’s Participation in Open. Stack § Interest • Support customers interested in Open. Stack Cisco’s Participation in Open. Stack § Interest • Support customers interested in Open. Stack • Contribute to and learn from the community • Advance the state of the art in cloud computing § What Cisco contributes • Networking expertise, internet experience • Industry support • Designs and Code § Work to date • Open. Stack running on Cisco Unified Computing System • Networking Service blueprint • More to come

Time To Let Developers Design Virtual Network Topologies Former Sun. Cloud user screen Time To Let Developers Design Virtual Network Topologies Former Sun. Cloud user screen

Network Service as a peer to Compute and Storage Developer API Network APIs Compute Network Service as a peer to Compute and Storage Developer API Network APIs Compute Service Network Services (VMs, Memory, Local Disk) (Subnets, Network Svcs, Security) Servers Networks Storage Services (Block, Massive Keyvalue store) Disks User and System Admin

Pre-summit Open. Stack Networking Blueprints Network. Service Citrix/Rackspace/Nicira Network. Service. POC NTT/Midokura Network. Containers Pre-summit Open. Stack Networking Blueprints Network. Service Citrix/Rackspace/Nicira Network. Service. POC NTT/Midokura Network. Containers Cisco Unified Plan Naa. S Core Design Intel

Quantum – Network Service § API gives ability to create interesting network topologies. § Quantum – Network Service § API gives ability to create interesting network topologies. § Example: create multi-tier applications § Provide way to connect multiple Openstack services. § Example: Nova VM + Atlas LB on same private network. § Open the floodgates to let anyone build services that plug into Openstack networks. § Examples: VPN-aa. S, firewall-aa. S, IDS-aa. S. § Allows innovation plugins that overcomes common cloud networking problems § Example: avoid VLAN limits, provide strong Qo. S

Quantum – Extensibility Quantum API Quantum Service • L 2 network abstraction definition and Quantum – Extensibility Quantum API Quantum Service • L 2 network abstraction definition and management • Device and service attachment framework • Does NOT do any actual implementation of abstraction Quantum Plug-in API Vendor/User Plug-In • Maps abstraction to implementation on physical network • Makes all decisions about *how* a network is implemented • Can provide additional features through API extensions API Extensions

Open Stack: A Platform for Innovation “My UI will be easier to use” “I Open Stack: A Platform for Innovation “My UI will be easier to use” “I need a different VM placement policy” “I have a much better way to snapshot machine images” “I want to report on my customers SLAs” “I’ll build in a way to share revenue with my customer’s” “I let my customers span multiple clouds”

Resources § Open. Stack: http: //openstack. org § Launchpad: http: //launchpad. net/network-service § Cisco Resources § Open. Stack: http: //openstack. org § Launchpad: http: //launchpad. net/network-service § Cisco Open Stack project: http: //bit. ly/cisco-ucs-openstack