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Contents02 Everybodys doing cloud on Ubuntu 16 Cloud orchestration with Juju04 A vision of open cloud17 - A little charm goes a long way05 - Supported, certified and compliant17 -epeatable deployments improve qualityR05 - Preferred guest OS on public clouds 17 - Re-use hundreds of existing charms06ybrid cloud combining public and private IAAS-H18 - Deploy services in seconds07More than the sum of its parts- 18 - Speed up the pace of change07 - Velocity and agility in devops19 -ayer on top of configuration managementL08eadership in physical provisioning, with MAAS-L19 - Scale10 Building a private cloud with Ubuntu20uju in practice some examples from the field-J11buntu Cloud Infrastructure is OpenStack-U20 -xample 1: Deploying and scaling HadoopE11ompatibility, flexibility, scalability, compliance-C20 -xample 2: Deploying a Node.js applicationE and assurance22 Physical provisioning, evolved12upport and assurance for your private cloud-S24 - The hyperscale era12 Bring your public cloud in-house -25ompliance, Assurance, Support with Ubuntu AdvantageC12 -urnkey Cloud-in-a-Week withT from CanonicalCanonicals Cloud Jumpstart25mart monitoring and management with Landscape-S12 - Contact Canonical26 ybrid cloud with Cloud Deck from Canonical H13 Ubuntu is the #1 OS on public clouds26 - How it works14Optimised for each cloud-27 Ubuntu Advantage for Cloud14Cut the complexity with cloud-init-27 - Ubuntu Advantage Infrastructure14 - Talk to the experts27 - Ubuntu Advantage on the public cloud29 Services for public cloud providers29 - Offering Ubuntu as a guest29 - Building on Ubuntu and OpenStack30 Ubuntu Cloud at a glance 3. Ubuntu CloudEverybodys doingcloud on UbuntuHP, ATT, Ericsson and Rackspace...they all build theirclouds on Ubuntu plus OpenStack, the platform of choicefor organisations deploying large scale cloud IAAS today.Widely certified and supported for the long term, Ubuntu12.04 LTS is the most reliable platform on which to movefrom a pilot or proof of concept to a large-scale productiondeployment. It offers the robustness and agility you need forrapid scaling of the underlying cloud, while offering first-classsupport for the key virtualisation technologies that underpinsuccessful OpenStack deployments with the longest trackrecord of support for KVM and LXC.Ubuntu is the reference operating system for the OpenStackproject, making it the easiest route to an OpenStack cloud,whether for private use or as a commercial public cloudoffering. And you get the latest updates and security fixesfast: OpenStack is tested every day on Ubuntu by thedevelopers of OpenStack itself, making Ubuntu the platformwith the widest testing of OpenStacks latest code. Ubuntu is the reference operating system for the Openstack project, making it the easiest route to an OpenStack cloud 02 4. Ubuntu Cloud03 5. Ubuntu CloudA vision of open cloudOur partners and customers have a common vision:accelerating the move to utility-style cloud computing.They want on-demand access to the fundamentalcommodities of IT: network, compute and storage.They want to be able to scale that pool of resourcesfrom departmental pilot to massive infrastructure.Most importantly, they want to cut out the fat, thecomplexity and the vendor lock-in that can hamper theirability to deliver fast, efficient service to their users.Their challenge is to tame the complexity of clouddesign and construction. Clouds combine many diverseinfrastructure components, from hardware, networksand storage, to operating systems and applications.Those have all been developed independently,to different standards, with different configurationsystems, and specialised skills needed to connect them.And they were all designed to be installed one piece ata time. But to make a cloud, those parts have to becomedynamic. They need to offer true computing elasticity,automated provisioning and deprovisioning, open APIsand pay-as-you-go metering and billing. Above all, theyneed to go beyond open standards and be fully open source.That is the open cloud.04 6. Ubuntu CloudSupported, certified and compliantPreferred guest OS on public cloudsUbuntu Cloud is built into Ubuntu Server 12.04 LTS. Like theAcross all the major public cloud offerings from Amazon,rest of the Ubuntu operating system, it is free from licensingRackspace, HP and others the number one guest OS isrestrictions, enabling Ubuntu to deliver on the promise Ubuntu. Whether you measure by the total number ofof open-source software: you can deploy as much cloud instances running, or the diversity of customised imagesas you want without needing to count licenses, anywhere.available from vendors, Ubuntu is the preferred guest OSThat flexibility has made Ubuntu the rising star of large-scale on the public cloud, for large institutions and startups alike.deployments, for web and big data.That success is based on a commercial service Canonicaloffers public cloud providers, to ensure that their users haveUbuntu is the rising star of large- a high quality guest OS that can be consumed easily andfreely. Public cloud providers engage Canonical to design,scale deployments.build and certify the Ubuntu Guest experience on theirpublic clouds, to ensure that their cloud meets the highstandards set on AWS, Rackspace and elsewhere and offerscomplete compatibility with Ubuntu when used on anyother certified cloud.But Ubuntu, which became popular as the favourite Linuxfor developers and system administrators, is also available Canonical invests in the Ubuntu experience on thosewith paid certifications and compliance tools, making itpublic cloud infrastructures to ensure it provides theuseful as an enterprise solution. most complete combination of performance, updatehandling, compliance and reliability on those publicCanonical, a global software vendor and the commercialclouds. Canonical also extends its commercial offeringsbacker of Ubuntu, handles the release management andof certification, management, audit compliance and IPmaintenance of Ubuntu. As well as ensuring that everyassurance to paid contract customers using Ubuntulong-term support release of Ubuntu Server benefitson certified clouds.from five years of security updates, the company offersenterprise-ready support agreements in the form of theThat huge lead in adoption means the ecosystem of softwareUbuntu Advantage programme. Ubuntu Advantage includes solutions, tools, developers and administration skills iscompliance, audit, management and IP assurance as a deeper with Ubuntu than any other OS. In turn, this meanspackage, for the portions of your enterprise infrastructure that choosing Ubuntu as a guest on your private cloud alignsthat require certification and support, turning a developer-you perfectly with established best practice on the publicfriendly, free operating system into an enterprise-gradecloud. Using Ubuntu from the start makes it easier to blendtechnology platform.private and public infrastructure as a service later.Unlike other versions of Linux, the actual bits are thesame whether you are using the paid-for compliance,audit and support features, or not. So youre free to deployUbuntu across your organisation, choosing your level ofassurance, compliance and support by team, by workloador by data center, without having to vary your technologyin the process. It is this combination of licensing andcommercial support that makes Ubuntu the OS of choicefor organisations moving to the cloud.05 7. Ubuntu CloudHybrid cloud combiningpublic and private IAASTodays institutions want the best of both the private andCustomers also have access to Cloud Deck, a hybrid cloudthe public cloud. Private cloud provides control, regulatorydashboard, compliance and control system. It provides acompliance, cost management and security. Public cloudsimple graphical interface for managing multiple clouds,offers economic efficiency, burst capacity and disaster and managing the access of diverse teams and users torecovery. But they are not exclusive to one another: with a wide range of internal and external clouds. Cloud Deckcareful planning and the right tools, its possible to scaleprovides a solution to the key problem facing IT managersyour private cloud into the public cloud and stay in control. around the world how to enable self-service public cloudadoption while retaining the ability to audit, manage andThis is hybrid cloud computing, and it is the essential valueensure compliance of that use. Public clouds enabledproposition of Ubuntu in the cloud. We make it possible toteams to use the corporate credit card to bypass centraldeploy private clouds that can be connected to all the majorprovisioning bottlenecks; Cloud Deck lets you provide thepublic clouds: Rackspace, Amazon, HP and many more.freedom and flexibility your users have come to expect,while taking back the management and audit controlnecessary for regulatory compliance and good practice.We make it possible to deployprivate clouds that can beconnected to all the major publicclouds: Rackspace, HP andmany more.Canonical uniquely ensures that your private cloud cansupport the same core infrastructure APIs across all privateand public clouds. We lead the development of a connectorwhich provides access to OpenStack clouds through APIsthat are also implemented by Amazons EC2 and S3 IAAS.For companies that want the benefits of a private OpenStackcloud, access to OpenStack-based public clouds likeRackspace, ATT and HP, access to Amazons public cloudand common tools for deployment across all of them,Ubuntu offers unbeatable value and capability. 06 8. Ubuntu CloudMore than the sum of its partsVelocity and agility in devopsThe Ubuntu cloud proposition comprises Ubuntu Cloud In addition to the economic efficiencies of utility computing,infrastructure (based on OpenStack) and Ubuntu as a cloud the cloud should deliver both increased velocity ofguest OS running on top of that infrastructure, whe