KT ucloud storage Two Years of Life with OpenStack Swift 2012. 08. 11 / Jaesuk Ahn, Cloud OS Dev. Team, Korea Telecom
Who I am.
Jaesuk Ahn (安宰奭) • 2012 ~ : Cloud OS Dev. Team Lead, KT • 2011 ~ : OpenStack Korea Community Leader • 2009 ~ 2011: KT Master Project Manager - Research on Open Source Cloud Tech. - Open Source Community Support
Korea Telecom (KT) • The First ‘Public’ Cloud in Korea (2010年 8月) • A Pioneer in Cloud Computing in Korea • Common HW and Open SW (XenServer, CloudStack, • The First Company Commercializing OpenStack Swift in Asia • Cloud Data Center of High Density and Efficiency
Software Adoption S/W Description How to Use XenServer (Free) Hypervisor col aboration CloudStack Cloud OS (Management Stack) col aboration NexentaStor Storage management col aboration MySQL Database Building Splunk System Log data gathering & analysis col aboration Nagios, Zabbix, Col ected Monitoring Building Automation of Cloud Deployment & Chef Building Configuration Spring Application Framework Building OpenStack Swift Object Storage Building
Internalization (Internal Private Cloud) • 8,000 vm, 80% Cost Reduction from Internal IT Infrastructure. • Saved 47 Mil . US$ for CAPEX after Jun. 2010 from Internalization with Cloud • From Virtualization to Cloud • Cultural Changes
Public Cloud (https://ucloudbiz.ol eh.com) • 1,400 Customers with ucloud biz. • 3,000 VMs for SMB, LE and Gov. ucloud personal Real time data sync and backup for mobile/internet subscribers ucloud office Real time data sync and backup for B2B customers ucloud Server Virtual Server with value-added services (LB, Firewall, etc) ucloud Server+ Automation and Orchestration (Auto-Scaling) ucloud CDN Contents delivery network for storage user’s ucloud VDI Virtual desktop infrastructure from servers ucloud Storage Mass object storage service (OpenStack swift) ucloud DB RDB: Relational DB ucloud Backup Auto sync and back-up
Building Eco System • Expanding Service to Virtual Private and Hybrid Cloud. • Unified Monitoring Service (like CloudWatch) • Additional Feature like ELB, EIP, Availability Zone etc. • Strengthen Automation and Security • Providing Cloud Application Architecture Guide • Building Eco System with Cloud Incubating Center (http://www.cloudincubation.com) - 3 Months Free, Providing Office Space and Marketing Support, Use Cases, Technical Documentations, Videos.
Who am I ? Why am I here ? Let’s Start, Swift!
KT ucloud storage:
OpenStack Swift-based Object Storage Service 11
OpenStack Object Storage (a.k.a Swift) - Capabilities • Redundant, scalable object storage using clusters of standardized servers capable of storing petabytes of data • Distributed storage system for static data. Having no central "brain" provides greater scalability, redundancy and durability. • Reliability: Objects and files are written to multiple disk drives spread throughout servers in the data center, with the OpenStack software responsible for ensuring data replication and integrity across the cluster. • Scalability: Storage clusters scale horizontal y simply by adding new servers. Because OpenStack uses software logic to ensure data replication and distribution across different devices, inexpensive commodity hard drives and servers can be used in lieu of more expensive equipment.
OpenStack Swift - What KT has been added. KT middleware SSL performance tuning - integrating with KT’s Single Sign On System KT API for management Metering data for specific bil ing requests Fast Ring Access with SSD Real Time Usage Reporting instead of eventual y-consistent usage reporting Two separate deployments 2 replications + 3 replications
What KT had to do to commercialize OpenStack Swift
What KT had to do to commercialize OpenStack Swift Public Object Storage Service Commodity Servers, Disks (JBOD), Switches (Arista) 10G for public service, 1G for management network Similar to Rackspace Reference Architecture (5 zone 3 replication) Zone Separation, H/W Scale-Out , 3 system (dev, staging, production) Automated Test Environment (Chef-Vagrant/VirtualBox), Production (Git+Chef) Fully Automated Deployment/Configuration based on Chef KT customized logging for realtime reporting & billing CDN integration, advanced CLI tool, various language bindings, Management API, Cloud Portal KT monitoring system based on Zabbix & Collectd
Commercial Deployment • 2010.7 ~ : Research & Study (KT R&D Department) • 2011.1Q ~ : Commercial Development/Deployment (KT Cloud Business Unit) • 2011.2Q : Commercialization (First in Asia)
KT ucloud storage - architecture • 5 zone - 3 replications • Commodity Hardware based on JBOD • currently Diablo version -> preparing upgrade to Folsom version
KT ucloud storage - Service Process 1-2. Token GET S-Node Arista Arista TOR TOR File 1-1. Auth Request C-Node 2-1. Service Request with 2-2. Service Storage URL Request (PUT x 3) File Arista Aggregation Switch File Management Processes: replicator, auditor, updater
Automatic Deployment (General)
KT ucloud storage - Automatic Deployment
KT ucloud storage - Automatic Deployment
KT ucloud storage - Client Tools • Benefits using OpenStack - There are many. many. client tools to provide.
KT ucloud storage - Use Case • Origin Store for CDN
KT ucloud storage - Use Case • Backend-Storage for SNS service • Media Archiving • Data Backup • Snapshot/VM image backup store • Backend Storage for Cloud File Service • Addition feature in Personal NAS storage
Some Test Data • Just for Fun, Result can be different with different setting and circumstance. • Upload/Download from/to its own VM service. • What kind of server is used. • ucloudbiz VM CentOS 5.8 • ucloudbiz VM Ubuntu 11.04 • Amazon EC2 CentOS 5.8 • Rackspace Cloud Servers CentOS 5.8 • Rackspace Cloud Servers Ubuntu 11.04
Some Test Data
Some Test Data
Some Test Data
What I am trying to say is. . • Upload, Download, Big Size, Smal Size, Many files in a container, Many containers, etc. • There can be lots of use cases. • Gather your usage data and Analyze patterns, then focus on what you need to improve the most.
• OpenStack Swift is a very stable and mature software stack. • However, prepare for the various problems, when it deployed on Hardware
• In terms of business, • People Does Not Know “Object Storage”
• It has been • NOT “selling a service” • BUT “explaining what it is and how to use” • and frankly speaking, • KT has been experiencing difficulties to increase revenue from object storage service.
• Educate the customer and Find Business Model with them. • This is a new concept for the customer. You should put “object storage” concept at their initial service design • Grow your potential customer pool with active support • AWS S3 took 3 years. Be patient. • Various promotion for younger developers & students
• Final y, OpenStack Community is Fantastic.
Questions? if you have any question on openstack swift deployment, just send me email. :)