Commit 31a1a990 authored by mluna's avatar mluna

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<h3> La infra más segura que se puede crear con software libre </h3>
<h3> The most secure infraestructure that we could build on our spare time </h3>
<p> * Because not only the japanises can have long titles </p>
<img src="/home/mluna/Pictures/cables.jpg">
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<h1> About Rlyeh Hacklab </h1>
<h2> About Rlyeh Hacklab </h2>
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<h1> The server </h1>
<h2> The server </h2>
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<h1> Open source vs Free Software </h1>
<h2> Open source vs Free Software </h2>
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<h3> Las 4 libertades básicas del software libre </h3>
<h4> * Libertad 0 = Libertad para ejecutar el programa, como quieras para cualquier proposito</h4>
<h4> * Libertad 1 = Libertad para estudiar el código y modificarlo </h4>
<h4> * Libertad 2 = Libertad de redistribuir el código </h4>
<h4> * Libertad 3 = Libertad para versionar el código y distribuir esas versiones </h4>
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<h3> The four essential freedoms</h2>
<p><span class="fragment"> * The freedom to run the program as you wish, for any purpose (freedom 0).</span></p>
<p><span class="fragment">* The freedom to study how the program works, and change it so it does your computing as you wish (freedom 1). </span></p>
<p><span class="fragment">* The freedom to redistribute copies so you can help others (freedom 2). </span></p>
<p><span class="fragment">* The freedom to distribute copies of your modified versions to others (freedom 3).</span></p>
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<h1> ¿Por qué tanta seguridad? </h1>
<h2> Why security? </h2>
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<h1> Infraestructura para las masas </h1>
<h4> * Libre </h4>
<h4> * Transparente </h4>
<h4> * Autonoma </h4>
<h4> * Segura </h4>
<h3> Infraestrure for the masses </h3>
<p> * Free (as free speech) </p>
<p> * Transparent </p>
<p> * Autonomous </p>
<p> * Secure </p>
<p> * Trustworthy </p>
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<h1> Contruyendo confianza </h1>
<h4> * WWW fundation </h4>
<h4> * Telam </h4>
<h4> * Mozilla fundation </h4>
<h4> * Aaron Swartz day </h4>
<h3> Building trust </h3>
<p> * WWW fundation </p>
<p> * Telam </p>
<p> * Mozilla fundation </p>
<p> * Aaron Swartz day </p>
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<h1> The Build </h1>
<h2> The Build </h2>
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<h4> * ARCH Linux </h4>
<h4> * CEPH </h4>
<h4> * QEMU </h4>
<p> * ARCH Linux </p>
<p> * CEPH </p>
<p> * LibVirt (KVM-QEMU) </p>
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<h2> Why ARCH? </h2>
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<p>* Systemd hooks - crypt boot .</p>
<p>* Crypsetup before LVM.</p>
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<h2> Why Ceph? </h2>
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<h4> * No single point of failure </h4>
<h4> * up to 50% of data resilence </h4>
<h4> * CRUSH algoritm </h4>
<p> * No single point of failure </p>
<p> * up to 50% of data resilence </p>
<p> * CRUSH algoritm </p>
<p> * Async I/O </p>
<p> * RBD </p>
<p> * Out of the box Livbirt </p>
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<h2> The problem </h2>
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<h4> Ceph-deploy incompatibility with arch </h4>
<h4> First try of SO over pendrives didn't work </h4>
<h4> Difference of policies between Debian and arch </h4>
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<h2> Why Libvirt? </h2>
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<p> * Live migration </p>
<p> * Resourse optimization </p>
<p> * API </p>
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<h2> The problem </h2>
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<p> HP hard raids mandatory </p>
<p> Cheaps pendrives on raid </p>
<p> Ceph-deploy incompatibility with arch </p>
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<h2> WIP </h2>
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<p> Boot partition checksum </p>
<p> Canary </p>
<p> Monitoring </p>
<p> Ansible Congf deploy </p>
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<h1>Reveal.js</h1>
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