Bhor Dinesh

Dinesh is an Infrastructure Engineer as a member of Private Cloud Platform team which is in charge of developing/operating Managed Kubernetes Service and OpenStack Cluster on a large scale.

Verda at CloudNative/OpenStack Days 2019 (2/2)

This blog post is the second part that continues from Verda at CloudNative/OpenStack Days 2019 (1/2). In the previous post we took a look at the overall ecosystem of Verda. In this post I will explain our network side challenges and how we optimized and improved Verda to overcome those challenges.

LINE’s Verda Network designs:

Lets go through the 3 transitions of LINE data center networks.

  1. L2-based network backed with upstream solution using Linux bridge
  2. L3-only flat network: Developed by LINE OpenStack engineers
  3. L3 Base Overlay network: Developed by LINE engineers

Verda at CloudNative/OpenStack Days 2019 (1/2)

Ever wondered what LINE uses internally for infrastructure management? If yes, then you came to the right blog post.
Recently at CloudNative/OpenStack Days Tokyo, LINE presented on its OpenStack cloud project called Verda.

This article is going to be a series of two blog posts which provide a summary of the entire Verda ecosystem:

  1. Verda at CloudNative/OpenStack Days 2019 (1/2)
     → Bird’s eye view of Verda
  2. Verda at CloudNative/OpenStack Days 2019 (2/2)
     → LINE’s network design to meet private cloud user requirements

In this blog post, we’ll be looking through a bird’s eye view of LINE’s OpenStack project Verda and introduce you to the entire OpenStack ecosystem that LINE has. Without further ado, let’s begin!