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Auszug der BrainShare 2004
Novell – SuSE, NetWare - Linux
Open Enterprise Server -
Announcement
OES: Novell Builds Bridge Between SUSE
LINUX and NetWare
Novell brings together SUSE LINUX and NetWare to create the nextgeneration operating platform
●Management of mixed environments is facilitated through OES’
cross-platform management technologies
●Novell executes on its vision of choice and flexibility in the way
customers deploy networking services
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“Customers have been driving us to deliver a roadmap of value that gives them
flexibility in the way they deploy and manage their networking infrastructures.
Open Enterprise Server combines NetWare and SUSE LINUX to create an
unprecedented offering. We’ve answered the customer call and are showing them
a pathway to the future.”
-Jack Messman, Novell chairman and CEO
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Open Enterprise Server:
Earlier Than Expected Convergence
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Executing on a Solid Strategy
NetWare 6/6.5 - Emphasis on the Services
NetWare 6/6.5 - Open Source technologies
Novell Linux Services 1.0
Ximian and SUSE Acquisitions
Open Enterprise Server Announcement
NetWare
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Open
Enterprise
Server
Enterprise
Services
Linux
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The Best of Two Worlds
Protect your investment
Infuse agility to your
environment
Manage costs
Leverage Open Platform
computing
Keep your options open
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Novell
Open Enterprise Server
The Best of NetWare
- Mature Enterprise Services
- Directory Services
- Security and Reliability
The Best of Linux
- Application Support
- Partner Support
- Strong Community
Open Enterprise Server
Building the solutions foundation
GroupWise
Novell extended
focus solutions
•ICE
•Full Pervasive
Collaboration Environ.
Ximian
•XD2 integration
•OO integration
Open
Enterprise
Server
Global
management,
scalable security,
pervasive access
for enterpriseclass networking
services
Open User
Experience
• Personal data security
• Location-base printing
• Virtual teaming
• Global Web view of
data and services
• Pervasive
Collaboration Environ.
foundation
Supported
Operating
Environments
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Nsure
•“Zero-day” provisioning
policies
•B2B
ExteNd
•Web Services (J2EE)
•Legacy apps web
integration
Enterprise
Identity &
Security
•Single enterprise
identity and sign on
•eDir, NDS, Domains, AD
unification
•Granular file access mgt
•Advanced auth
NRM
•Policy-based mgt
•One-to-many mgt
•Full SW distribution
•Remote config mgt
•Manage all devices
Global
Management
•Extensible,
hierarchical,
centralized, Web-based
mgt
•Role-based mgt
•ACL-based access mgt
to all services
LINUX / NetWare
Grid Computing
•Capacity on demand
•Hardware repurposing
•Adaptable access
based on time, access
point, device type
Business
Continuance
• HA clustering
• Business continuance
clustering
• Storage management
• Server consolidation
Seamless File Services
Novell
oneNet Enterprise
Integration and Interoperability
Linux
Windows
Web
Novell File
Services
NetWare
Linux
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Windows
The Most Secure, Reliable, Scalable, Manageable
Novell
oneNet Enterprise
File Services on the Planet
Public Files
Management
•Automatically assign user directories
•Policy based management of groups
•Easily manage storage quotas
BOSTON
Security
NYC
Shared Files
•Multiple levels of file access control
•File-level access control
•Integrated directory authentication
Scalability
•Support for millions of files per volume
•Unlimited volumes
•Dynamically add additional storage
Home Directory
Reliability
•Integrated server clustering
•Snapshot backup
•File versioning and recovery
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Linux Architecture
Applications and Services
User
Kernel
Virtual File Services (VFS)
EXT3
Reiser
XFS
Logical Volume Manager (LVM)
Device Drivers
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NFS
(client)
SAMBA
(client)
Network
Protocols
LAN Drivers
Some Limitations
Linux File System Limitations
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Restricted to POSIX compliance
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–
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Case Sensitive
Single stream
Simplistic access controls
Read, Write, eXecute for Owner,
Group, World
– Only one per file or directory
– ACL package allows for multiple per
file or directory
Volume Manager Limitations
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Hard device relationships
No on the fly expansion
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Novell's File System
NSS (Novell Storage Services)
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NetWare style File system
Rich ACL model
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Rich Attributes
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S,R,W,C,E,M,F,A + inheritance + IRFs
17 different file attributes
Plus extended attributes
(application defined)
Integrated with eDirectory
For enterprise wide management
NSS on Linux
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Novell Nterprise Linux Services v2.0 (NNLS)
Implemented as a File System in Linux
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NSS on Linux Architecture
_Admin
Management
Edir
Handler
Kernel
Virtual File Services (VFS)
EFL
Up
call
Posix Semantic
Agent
EXT3
Reiser
NCP
XFS
NSS
Media Manager Logic
Enterprise Volume Management System (EVMS)
Device Drivers
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User
NSS Why?
Why? - Two goals:
Rich & Secure File management
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Visibility Tree
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Inherited Rights
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Salvage
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Quotas
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eDirectory GUIDs
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And more (NONE of the existing 20 or so
Linux file systems have these features)
Easy Migration
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Simply mount existing data on Linux
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Clustering
NWCS on Linux
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Edirectory Enabled
Full rich HA Clustering solution
Any fast mount Journaled File System
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Not just NSS
EXT3, Reiser, etc.
Clustered Parallel File Systems (GFS, Polyserv, Lustre, Etc.)
EVMS integrated
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Cluster Volume Broker integrated with EVMS
SUSE Clustering Base
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Simple 2 Node only Heartbeat package for service management.
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SAMBA
SAMBA = Open Source Windows Networking Protocols
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CIFS plus Domain Controller emulation
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Native File Access for Windows using Open Source
Samba v3 initially, with Authentication via eDirectory
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Primary Domain Controller to Windows Clients.
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eDirectory as the Identity management base
Map to NSS through POSIX Initially
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Lack file system management via CIFS verbs
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Must use NetStorage to manage FS trustees
Do benefit from NSS inheritance and Visibility
Samba configuration parameters managed by eDirectory
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SAMBA v4
Samba v4 enhancements
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Defined interface between protocol and file system
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Novell will integrate into NSS for richness
directly to the Protocol.
Improved AD Protocol support
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Will be able to plug into semantically
rich file system
Hooked into eDirectory
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NFS
Open Source NFS v2 & v3 today
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Hooking authentication into eDir Kerberos KDC
NFS v4 in the future
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OSS currently working on NFS v4
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Hooked into eDir Kerberos KDC
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Authentication system enterprise wide
NFS configuration parameters managed in eDirectory
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NCP
Novell's NetWare Core Protocol
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For NetWare Client Workstations
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NDSRSA authentication
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Ease migration of all those workstations
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TCP/IP only
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Apple Filing Protocol
NetATalk
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Open Source Solution
Future Authentication hooked to eDir
(older 2 way and newer Kerberos)
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TCP/IP only (MacOS X)
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Possibly Future AFP v3.1 support
*We may simply support Mac OS through
Samba as this is Apple's current direction.
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Web Access
NetStorage on Linux
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•
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Delivered in NNLS v1.0
Novell's File System Management
Interface for ALL products
• iManager
• iFolder
• File Attributes
• File Trustee Rights
• File Versions
• Salvage
Also Supports files from
• CIFS Shares
• NCP/TCP
• NFS
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FTP
Standard FTP OSS of Linux
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Authentication hooked into eDir
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Configuration management through eDir
Linux Desktop
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iFolder to the Rescue
Anytime, anywhere access to your files
Automatically backs up and encrypts your local
data on a corporate server
• Keeps data on multiple machines in sync—even
across multiple operating systems
• Lets you access your files from any machine with
Internet access
• Manages the sharing of files in a team
environment
• Integrated into your “daily habitat”
• Files are always safe, secure and up-to-date
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iFolder Architecture
Jeff's iFolder
User authentication
Any LDAP
directory
Ifolder servers
Mobile
Matt's iFolder
Storage
Jeff's iFolder
Internet
Home
Jeff's iFolder
through browser
Jeff's iFolder
Jeff's iFolder
Kiosk
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Office
What's Coming?
iFolder Denali (Workgroup Version)
Open source, no license fee
• Linux, Windows clients (Mac coming soon)
• Multiple iFolders
• Shared iFolders
• Email integration enabled
• More robust APIs
• Workgroup model
– No backend server/self-administered
– No web access
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How Can I Get It?
iFolder is included with the following products:
NetWare®
• Nterprise™ Linux Services
• ZENworks® Suite
• GroupWise Sequoia
• Ximian Desktop (workgroup version)
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iFolder 2.1 is also available by itself
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$49/user base price
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