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4CLD Cloud Computing Introduction
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SUMMARY

1 CONTEXT ........................................................................................................ 4
2 RESEARCH (7 POINTS) ..................................................................................... 4
2.1 PRESENTATION (1 POINT).................................................................................... 4
2.2 SOLUTIONS (3 POINTS) ....................................................................................... 4
2.3 PRICING MODEL (2 POINTS) ................................................................................. 5
2.4 ADVISE (1 POINT) ............................................................................................. 5
3 PROOF OF CONCEPT (11 POINTS) ................................................................... 5
3.1 SOLUTION FOR THE POF (1 POINT) ........................................................................ 5
3.2 INSTALLATION (3 POINTS) ................................................................................... 5
3.3 NETWORKING (2 POINTS) ................................................................................... 5
3.4 CONFIGURATIONS FOR OTHER SERVICES (2 POINTS) ................................................... 6
3.5 IDENTITY AND IMAGE (3 POINTS) .......................................................................... 6
4 DELIVERY (2 POINTS) ...................................................................................... 6

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1 CONTEXT
You are mandated to work on a new cloud solution for a company that want to provide a solution
dynamically.

This new solution that is confidential at this time will require any type of cloud core components:
compute, storage, network
Your client isnt really sure about the deployment type. It can be PaaS or SaaS or both. In any case
the client needs to build a private Cloud (IaaS) that will provide dynamic resources at any point in
time.

You have to suggest a solution that will respect the following requirements.

TIPS: You can compare the solution to an application like SharePoint. SharePoint can be deployed
as PaaS solution (clients will access to the admin console and create their own webapp) or deployed
as SaaS solutions like Office 365. In any case behind this, all core resources must be managed like a
cloud (IaaS) by the provider.

2 RESEARCH (7 POINTS)
Your client asked you to provide documentation that will answer many questions he has about
the cloud and the solutions.

2.1 PRESENTATION (1 POINT)

First of all, give a definition of the cloud, types and models.

2.2 SOLUTIONS (3 POINTS)

Then you have to do some research on existing solutions.


Search information about all IaaS public providers and private solutions.
Describe each solution you find and make a comparative between each of them:
- Provisionning/Unprovisionning on-demand
- Self-service management
- Autoscaling
- Load balancing performance
- Networking configuration
- OS and images
- For Private solutions : easiness to isolate clients deployments.

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2.3 PRICING MODEL (2 POINTS)

The application that will be delivered with the future architecture must be billed by your client.
To help your client to choose a good pricing model, do some research and explain how other
providers are billing their clients for IaaS, SaaS and PaaS.

2.4 ADVISE (1 POINT)

After all your research, present what are the choices you suggest to your client for a private IaaS
solution and a pricing model.

3 PROOF OF CONCEPT (11 POINTS)


For this part, you have to produce a technical documentation of the OpenStack basic
configuration. You have to take screenshots, explain your configuration and show features for each
service configured.

3.1 SOLUTION FOR THE POF (1 POINT)

The solution that you have to present for the proof of concept is OpenStack.
Give a short presentation of each core services of this solution.

3.2 INSTALLATION (3 POINTS)

First install the core two core components: Controller Node and Compute Node.
Then install storage components: Object and block nodes.

3.3 NETWORKING (2 POINTS)

Deploy the self-service Network option.


Create Management network and a large public network for clients that will use the SaaS option.

Search and explain how you will configure the self-service network automatically for customers
that will use the PaaS option.

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3.4 CONFIGURATIONS FOR OTHER SERVICES (2 POINTS)

To be sure all Openstack services will correctly work be sure to realise the following
configurations:
- Install NTP service with Chrony
- Enable the OpenStack repository and install the client
- Install an SQL Database
- Install Rabbitmq message queuing service and Memcache

3.5 IDENTITY AND IMAGE (3 POINTS)

To manage entities, install keystone.


Then create a domain with few users and roles as example.

For the image part, install glance.


Test the deployment of a custom image.

Finally, install horizon to provide a powerful dashboard. Customise the dashboard with a logo and
different colours.

4 DELIVERY (2 POINTS)
This project must be realised by your own.

You must send documentation complete, readable (essentially for screenshots) and professional.
(2 points)

Plagiarism and copying are strictly forbidden. Any elements of this kind would result in a 0 grade
and cheater status for all people implicated in the fraud.

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