11 Open 目 录 Foundation Board Individual 写 Members(8) 上 你 的 文 字 你 的 文 字 No one company may control more than two board seats
12 OpenStack 目 录 Public Cloud However They never tell you how to operate their public cloud based on OpenStack!
13 Content SinaCloud Introduction Challenges to build a OpenStack Public Cloud 1. Network topology 2. Security Enhancement 3. Storage Solution 4. Identity Integration 5. Billing & Monitoring 6. Dashboard Improvement Operate an production OpenStack 7. Platform stack 8. Automated Deployment 9. Continuous Integration 10. Project Management StackLab: A community OpenStack Public Cloud Summary
14 Cloud 目 录 Requirement Sina Weibo twitter-like microblog service Sina.com Largest infotainment web portal in China Provides various on-line services, like news, Finance, video, , blog hosting, etc. Needs unified infrastructure & app platform to host heterogeneous services and apps. over 350m users, #1 SNS in China. huge influence on China's society Weibo Open Platform to build a social ecosystem through Open API and cloud environmental. We are building a reliable, scalable and secure cloud platform to support our business and external customers.
15 目 录 SinaCloud Portfolio First and most popular PaaS cloud in China, launched in 29 Support PHP, Python and Java runtime. 250,0 developers, 380,0 apps running on SAE. (Sina Cloud Market) First commercial cloud app market in China. SaaS cloud based on SAE tech. Design for the common users, 1-Click purchase and install apps. First OpenStack based public IaaS cloud in China
16 目 录 Sina OpenStack dev Team For Community Top 9 contributor by bugfix at Essex Top 4 contributor either by changeset or bugfix at Folsom Contribute community project Dough, Kanyun addressing Monitoring and Billing Develop Island as Cinder would-be plugin Lead COSUG to be largest OpenStack user group More info:
17 Content SinaCloud Introduction Challenges to build a OpenStack Public Cloud 1. Network topology 2. Security Enhancement 3. Storage Solution 4. Identity Integration 5. Billing & Monitoring 6. Dashboard Improvement Operate an production OpenStack 7. Platform stack 8. Automated Deployment 9. Continuous Integration 10. Project Management StackLab: A community OpenStack Public Cloud Summary
18 目 录 Network Topology Nova-network vs Quantum Nova-Network Multi host Multi Talent Flat, FlatDHCP Tunneling SDN Sec Group Dashboard Support Quantum Nova-Network is simple, robust and reliable, except lack of some advanced features. Quantum is not ready for production use, it s OVS plugin has great potential to be open-source NVP solution. I would suggestion to continue use nova-network for production deployment until next release.
19 目 录 Nova-Network Flat Need external DHCP Server, and human intervention, not flexible, hardly use in practical deployment. FlatDHCP Like Amazon EC2 networking(not VPC, VPC corresponds to Quantum), VM get IP from single network pools. Simple, easy to hack. Widely used in public cloud, also preferred topology in many scenarios. VLAN A little complex, hardware configuration may be involved. Not suggest to use except strong requirement of tenant isolation,
20 Network Topology Real User Case Nova Network(FlatDHCP+Multi-host) Capability: Accessibility of all VMs in the fixed IP range VM is able to access public network VM can be accessible from public network Bonus: Totally distributed architecture avoid single-point failure. Multiple gateway eliminates NAT bottleneck High speed between OS regions Drawback: Tenant isolation lessens Need security facility(sws-filter) to protect intranet
21 目 录 Security Enhancement Define whose traffic could be able to reach which internal SWS Filter: a extension to security group in nova-network Used to filter egress traffic from VM to internal network network IP/segment.
22 目 录 Storage Solution Object 写 Storage: 上 你 的 文 字 Definitely 你 的 文 字 we choose Swift Block Storage Cinder is not Amazon EBS, just a framework to include multiple open-source/commercial storage solution. Nova-volume/Cinder(iSCSI) is not applicable to public cloud. Sheepdog/Gluster/Ceph plugins need time to be stable. Island: Local Storage Volume plugin for Cinder is coming. High performance local storage Incremental & independent snapshot Snapshot store in swift
23 目 录 Swift Architecture GET abc.png PUT abc.png 1 Zone = 1 Physical Server with 12x2T disk Write/Read applies Quorum protocol Load Balancer Zone1 Zone2 Zone3 Zone4 Zone5 Proxy Server Proxy Server Proxy Server Proxy Server Proxy Server Object Server Object Server Object Server Object Server Object Server Container Server Container Server Container Server Container Server Container Server Account Server Account Server Account Server Account Server Account Server
24 目 录 Cinder Island Plugin Architecture User Nova DB Nova API Nova RPC Compute Manager Volume API cinder RPC Volume Manager = Cinder DB KEY Increment Snapshot to Swift REST AMQP SQL POSIX Swift API Host Island KVM Guest images Swift Storage
25 目 录 Identify Integration: Keystone AWS-like Multi-region support Dashboard Nova Keystone Beijing Select Region Keystone Shanghai Nova Swift Glance Swift Glance MySQL
26 Kanyun: 目 录 Monitoring system Nova Nova Compute Compute Worker Aggregator Worker Retrieve usage info API daemon Responds to client request Dashboard Metrics: CPU mem disk network traffic Billing Calculates/stores metrics NoSQL Repo: https://github.com/sinacloud/kanyun
27 Kanyun 目 录 demo
28 Dough:Billing 目 录 system deduct Kanyun API (Metering) RDBMS Dashboard Keep track of billing info to charge tenants Flexible customization of payment policies How much/often to charge for resource unit Handles prepaid or pay-as-you-go Coupon Support NoSQL Farmer Check status / Retrieve usage / Create purchases API daemon Subscribe or unsubscribe Query info Repo: https://github.com/sinacloud/dough, you should also consider Celiometer project.
29 Dough:Billing 目 录 info page
30 目 录 Dashboard Improvement We did not use Horizon, because: Horizon s UI is not easy to customize Front end and back end is tightly coupled we need much customization, it s hard to keep pace with Horizon. What we do? Decouple the frontend design and backend implementation. Make dashboard a lightweight frontend. Separate user console and admin console.
31 目 录 Horizon Dashboard
32 SWS 目 录 v1
33 SWS 目 录 v2
34 SWS 目 录 v3 User Dashboard
35 SWS 目 录 v3 - Monitoring
36 SWS 目 录 v3 Physical Server Mgt
37 Content SinaCloud Introduction Challenges to build a OpenStack Public Cloud 1. Network topology 2. Security Enhancement 3. Storage Solution 4. Identity Integration 5. Billing & Monitoring 6. Dashboard Improvement Operate an production OpenStack 7. Platform stack 8. Automated Deployment 9. Continuous Integration 10. Project Management StackLab: A community OpenStack Public Cloud Summary
38 Platform 目 录 Stack 2U x86 rack Server Ubuntu OpenStack KVM SAS Raid10/5 SSD Raid10/5
39 Challenges in Deploying Cloud Cloud in essence are big data centers Requirement: Provision large scale physical infrastructures Software deployment Orchestrate all the heterogeneous components
40 SWS automation toolchain. 目 录 Development 写 上 你 tools 的 文 字 你 的 文 字 Deb Repo Openstack Cluster Puppet Montoring Zabbix Configuration management Build Packages Gitorious Peer Review Gerrit Foreman Services Provision Operation Tools Provides DHCP/TFTP/DNS and puppetca for puppet git review OS provision Dev Bare Metal
41 SWS 目 录 continuous integration Dev Something failed Wish my code passed Packaging Newbie Hey, test PASS! Peer review PASS! Need change! Old Bird It looks good to me, But need someone approve Good, Approve!
42 Project 目 录 Management Deploy open-source version Launchpad in-house as project management system.
43 Content SinaCloud Introduction Challenges to build a OpenStack Public Cloud 1. Network topology 2. Security Enhancement 3. Storage Solution 4. Identity Integration 5. Billing & Monitoring 6. Dashboard Improvement Operate an production OpenStack 7. Platform stack 8. Automated Deployment 9. Continuous Integration 10. Project Management StackLab: A community OpenStack Public Cloud Summary
44 StackLab.org A Community free OpenStack Public Cloud, more than just a OpenStack sandbox. StackLab is initiated and operated by Sina OpenStack team, as well as tech volunteers from community, while resources sponsored by Sina, Intel. StackLab news report:
45 Why StackLab Not everyone has the opportunity to run a OpenStack public cloud when no resources, no users, no market, but StackLab will change this.
46 Why StackLab Users StackLab.org StackLab DevOps Team Companies
47 What does StackLab Look Like? Choose the region before login Or choose the region after login
48 StackLab Goals A community OpenStack public cloud which benefits users, contributors and sponsors. For OpenStack Users who experience StackLab Understand what exactly OpenStack is and what does it provide Develop application on StackLab or using OpenStack API Build faith on OpenStack, possibly become real adopters and supporter For OpenStack contributors involved in StackLab Testing patches on real production-like environmental, and get feedback from users, thus facilitate development and QA processes Gains experiences through operating StackLab without risk of SLA Better understand the requirement of OpenStack users For StackLab sponsors Build band acknowledgement in OpenStack community Own one StackLab region in their own data center Prior access to free technical support, consultant, of StackLab DevOps team
49 How to join StackLab For OpenStack Users who want to experience StackLab Really Easy! Goto StackLab.org, register a free account instantly without approvement by admin. For OpenStack contributors to join StackLab DevOps team 1. Persuade your company to become a StackLab sponsor, thus you will have a StackLab region in your own DC, and you are one admin of StackLab. 2. Contact us to join as an individual member. For StackLab sponsors 1. Send a to expressing your willing to join StackLab 2. Sign a agreement with StackLab DevOps team 3. StackLab team help you build one StackLab region in your own DC. The minimum requirement is 3 servers with access to public network. 4. List your StackLab region in Stacklab.org portal.
50 How to join StackLab(cont.) StackLab: StackLab Discussion Group: https://groups.google.com/group/stacklab StackLab DevOps Team: https://groups.google.com/group/stacklab-devops
51 Content SinaCloud Introduction Challenges to build a OpenStack Public Cloud 1. Network topology 2. Security Enhancement 3. Storage Solution 4. Identity Integration 5. Billing & Monitoring 6. Dashboard Improvement Operate an production OpenStack 7. Platform stack 8. Automated Deployment 9. Continuous Integration 10. Project Management StackLab: A community OpenStack Public Cloud Summary
52 Summary 目 录 platform for building public cloud OpenStack definitely the best open-source cloud Open, open, open, open Fast growing ecosystem around OpenStack No vendor lock-in Etc. OpenStack Public cloud needs much more customization and development to differentiate. Require strong technical skills and involvement in community.
53 目 录 Thank you, OpenStack Community and Foundation.
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