OpenNebulaConf 2013 - Monitoring Large-scale Cloud Infrastructures with OpenNebula by Simon Boulet





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Published on Oct 14, 2013

Efficient monitoring is crucial when managing your Cloud infrastructure. The metrics collected by OpenNebula can be used to trigger automatic scaling, or quickly detect failures to automatically restart virtual machines. During this talk, I will show how OpenNebula can be used to efficiently monitor thousands of virtual machines at sub-1 minute interval. I will show how OpenNebula can be enhanced and optimized, and how different metrics collection tools such as Ganglia and Host-sFlow can be used with OpenNebula to monitor large-scale Cloud infrastructures.

Simon Boulet is an Entrepreneur and an IT Consultant from Montreal, Canada. He has worked on various Cloud infrastructure projects, including projects for the CBC/Radio-Canada public television that had important scaling needs for hosting online interactive TV shows. Prior to becoming an IT Consultant, Simon was IT Director at iWeb, Canada's largest Web Hosting company, where he led iWeb's first steps into Cloud Computing with the development of the Smart Servers. Simon is also an active and frequent contributor to OpenNebula, with a deep understanding of OpenNebula internals, and has contributed several enhancements and bug fixes that made it through the official releases of OpenNebula.


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