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Malaysia Open Source

Conference 2010
Mono and SUSE Studio

Kam, Han Wen ( 甘汉文 )


Product & Technology Manager
SUSE Linux Enterprise (Asia Pacific)
han@novell.com
What is Mono?

Binary Compatible

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Multi-Language, Multi-Platform

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SUSE Linux Enterprise Mono
Extension

• Enables organizations to run their Microsoft .NET-based


server applications on Linux
• Based on Mono 2.4
– Offers the latest features of ASP.NET
• Corporate and ISV developers can develop new Linux
and cross-platform applications using .NET while
getting product updates, security and bug fixes and
award-winning Novell® support
• Offers improved interoperability of .NET applications with
Java and other legacy Linux and UNIX applications

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Demo
SUSE Linux Enterprise Mono Extension

1.Show a .NET application in Visual Studio

2.Show the .NET application running on Windows

3.Publish the .NET application to SUSE Linux Enterprise


Server 11

4.Show the same .NET application running off SUSE Linux


Enterprise Server 11

• From Windows, using Internet Explorer


• From Linux, using Firefox

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Proof Points for SLE Mono Extension

What is .NET on Linux?


Ability to run .NET applications and host ASP.NET 2.0, ASP.NET AJAX and
ASP.NET MVC enabled applications on the Apache Web Server

Why run .NET on Linux?

• Affordability – simple support subscription as an operational expense,


remove complex software, upgrades and client access licensing

• Security and Robustness – leverage proven Linux security, scalability


and robustness* (proven server uptime)

• Broader Hardware Support – IBM System z (Mainframe)


• More options for integration – Improved interoperability of .NET apps
with Java and other legacy Linux/UNIX apps on the same system

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Mono Migration Analyzer (MoMA)
• Inspects CIL byte code
• Looks for uses, compares
with implementation
– Missing methods
– Unmanaged Calls
– “Todo” methods (flagged
with an attribute)

• MoMA is the best place to


start; full report of how easy
your existing app will be to
migrate

Free download:
http://www.mono-project.com/Moma
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Integrated Mono Migration Analysis

Developer can
click to navigate
directly to issue
in code

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An Integrated Developer Experience

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What is SUSE Studio?
“SUSE Studio is a web service that makes it fun and
easy for anyone with a couple of years of Linux
experience to build a software appliance, or your own
custom Linux distribution, in less than ten minutes.”
Nat Friedman
Web-based appliance creator

Easy and fast

Community marketplace

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Traditional Installation

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With Studio

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Studio's Innards

Disk Image
VMWare Image
LiveCD/USB
Xen

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SUSE Studio 1.0 Features

VMWare, Xen, ISO, and disk image output


“Testdrive” integrated testing and tweaking
SLE10/SLE11 and openSUSE 11.1 base system
Support for 32- and 64-bit x86 architecture
Allowing RPM uploading
API for remote, scripted use
Kiwi export

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User appliances

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Public Feedback!

CNET - “Novell makes Linux easy with SUSE Studio”

InformationWeek - “SUSE's Amazing Software Vending


Machine”

ZDNet - “It [SUSE Studio] may be the most important thing


Novell has done for software shops in decades”

Many more online ...

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