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Using Open Source to Close the Cloud Skills Gap
MIL-OSS LANT 2012 Conference
Matt Zager, SAIC Vice President and Business Unit Chief Technology Officer
May 23-24, 2012
NATIONAL SECURITY • ENERGY & ENVIRONMENT • HEALTH • CYBERSECURITY
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Cloud Skills Gap
• IT transformations – new opportunities – new challenges
• The skill sets are not fundamentally new but the subtleties are
• Cloud concepts, terminology, standards, APIs, and tools
– API features, API compatibility, binary compatibility, and common core
Deltacloud
API
Dashboard A
SE
CE
CloudForms
vCenter
A
vSphere
VMware
Dashboard A
Nova
OpenStack
rhev-m
rhev-h
RHEV
A
• Crossing the chasm or heading for a trough?
• Is one skilled in the art without applying the skill?
• Where are these skills going to come from?
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oVirt
KVM
Linux
Libvirt
API
A
Architecture of Collaboration
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Security is a ubiquitous requirement for the U.S. Department of Defense service delivery
Services are distributed without common centralized security infrastructure
Services are implemented in diverse environments – binary re-use not always possible
Services are key to capability in delivery of cloud models – build on SOA foundation
Pattern: Identity propagation
Standard: SAML
Library: OpenSAML
Code: Servlet filters, JAX-WS handlers
P&P
P&P
Java
Class
Java
Java
P&P
jar
ONR SOA SA
LTE
ONR SOA
RI
Java
C2RPC
P&P
P&P
jar
Java
AP Pilot JCTD
Class
P&P
jar
DONCOOP
(ONR Navy SOA + USMC MAGTF SOA)
3
jar
NECC
USA TS3
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• The overall level of effort to incorporate
security into the components chosen for the
security vignette was comparatively low.
• Securing the interactions proved to be
straightforward and easily accomplished in
all cases.
• All use case runs were successfully
conducted with the expected results,
verifying the functionality of the “service-toservice" security capability.
- C2RPC Spiral 3 Report
Community > License*
• Using open source to close skills gaps
– Provide low-barrier access to rapidly evolving technology
– Develop skills that translate across product lines
– Learn from others; teach others what you learn
• SAIC’s Advanced Computer Engineering (ACE) Laboratory – platform for collaboration
*In the open source paradigm, the community contributing to the project is more important than the license under which the project is released.
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Thank You
Matt Zager, SAIC Vice President and Business Unit Chief Technology Officer
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Tel: 843.405.1588 | Email: [email protected]
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