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Nairobi OpenStack Meetup - July 2013
Nairobi OpenStack Meetup - July 2013
Nairobi OpenStack Meetup - July 2013
Nairobi OpenStack Meetup - July 2013
Nairobi OpenStack Meetup - July 2013
Nairobi OpenStack Meetup - July 2013
Nairobi OpenStack Meetup - July 2013
Nairobi OpenStack Meetup - July 2013
Nairobi OpenStack Meetup - July 2013
Nairobi OpenStack Meetup - July 2013
Nairobi OpenStack Meetup - July 2013
Nairobi OpenStack Meetup - July 2013
Nairobi OpenStack Meetup - July 2013
Nairobi OpenStack Meetup - July 2013
Nairobi OpenStack Meetup - July 2013
Nairobi OpenStack Meetup - July 2013
Nairobi OpenStack Meetup - July 2013
Nairobi OpenStack Meetup - July 2013
Nairobi OpenStack Meetup - July 2013
Nairobi OpenStack Meetup - July 2013
Nairobi OpenStack Meetup - July 2013
Nairobi OpenStack Meetup - July 2013
Nairobi OpenStack Meetup - July 2013
Nairobi OpenStack Meetup - July 2013
Nairobi OpenStack Meetup - July 2013
Nairobi OpenStack Meetup - July 2013
Nairobi OpenStack Meetup - July 2013
Nairobi OpenStack Meetup - July 2013
Nairobi OpenStack Meetup - July 2013
Nairobi OpenStack Meetup - July 2013
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Nairobi OpenStack Meetup - July 2013

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3rd birthday of OpenStack and the first meetup of the Nairobi OpenStack user group. We talked about what

3rd birthday of OpenStack and the first meetup of the Nairobi OpenStack user group. We talked about what

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  • It’s more than……cloud infrastructure software…a global open source community…a collaboration among technology vendors
  • More than 10k members! You should join!Of the total contributors, 800-900 are still active, which shows that people stick around.Even had downloads from Antarctica!
  • We’re also deleting hundreds of thousands of lines as wellEg last 12 months:Added 2,936,791 linesRemoved 1,594,506
  • Best BuyContinuous delivery, massive demand spikesBloombergInfrastructure agility and efficiencyComcastMoves set to box intelligence into the cloudCERN, 15000 hypervisors by 2015.
  • We’re planning for 4000 in Hong Kong.
  • OpenStack Started with a technical meritocracy…. It’s still there, ensrined in the governence so it will never die.== Open Source ==We are committed to creating truly open source software that is usable and scalable. Truly open source software is not feature or performance limited and is not crippled. There will be no "Enterprise Edition". We use the Apache License, 2.0.== Open Design =='''We are committed to an open design process.''' Every six months the development community holds a design summit to gather requirements and write specifications for upcoming release. The design summits, which are '''open to the public''', include users, developers, and upstream projects. We gather requirements and produce an approved roadmap used to guide development for the next six months.== Open Development ==We maintain a publicly available source code repository through the entire development process. We do public code reviews. We have public roadmaps. This makes participation simpler, allows users to follow the development process and participate in QA at an early stage.== Open Community ==One of our core goals is to maintain a healthy, vibrant developer and user community. Most decisions are made using a lazy consensus model. All processes are documented, open and transparent.http://wiki.openstack.org/Open
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    • 1. #openstack3bday
    • 2. OpenStack Mission To produce the ubiquitous open source cloud computing platform that will meet the needs of public and private clouds regardless of size, by being simple to implement and massively scalable. In other words, to provide Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) to consumers whether they are business units within an enterprise or customers of a public cloud.
    • 3. Infrastructure as a Service? • Software as a Service (SaaS) – Software that requires no specific host-based software (Dropbox, Gmail) • Platform as a Service (PaaS) – Programmable environment (Google App Engine, If This Then That, iCloud) • Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) – Consumer installs OS (Amazon Web Services, Rackspace Cloud, Hetzner VPS)
    • 4. GoDaddy is not IaaS • Tenants share the same operating system, over which they have no admin control • Network access control is not possible (consumer cannot setup VPN) • API access is not available so control of the system cannot be made programmatic
    • 5. Cloud? • Cloud services include SaaS, PaaS, and IaaS • They can be deployed privately in a corporate data center • Or they can be publicly available • They can even be deployed within a community like a school or research center
    • 6. On-Demand Self Service A consumer can unilaterally provision computing capabilities, such as server time and network storage, as needed automatically without requiring human interaction with each service provider. * Next 6 slides from http://csrc.nist.gov/publications/nistpubs/800-145/SP800- 145.pdf
    • 7. Broad Network Access Capabilities are available over the network and accessed through standard mechanisms that promote use by heterogeneous thin or thick client platforms (e.g., mobile phones, tablets, laptops, and workstations).
    • 8. Resource Pooling The provider‟s computing resources are pooled to serve multiple consumers using a multi-tenant model, with different physical and virtual resources dynamically assigned and reassigned according to consumer demand. There is a sense of location independence in that the customer generally has no control or knowledge over the exact location of the provided resources but may be able to specify location at a higher level of abstraction (e.g., country, state, or datacenter). Examples of resources include storage, processing, memory, and network bandwidth.
    • 9. Rapid Elasticity Capabilities can be elastically provisioned and released, in some cases automatically, to scale rapidly outward and inward commensurate with demand. To the consumer, the capabilities available for provisioning often appear to be unlimited and can be appropriated in any quantity at any time.
    • 10. Measured Service Cloud systems automatically control and optimize resource use by leveraging a metering capability at some level of abstraction appropriate to the type of service (e.g., storage, processing, bandwidth, and active user accounts). Resource usage can be monitored, controlled, and reported, providing transparency for both the provider and consumer of the utilized service.
    • 11. What Exactly Is OpenStack? • OpenStack is a set of scripts and software packages which facilitate launching compute power and storage on simple servers • These services can be isolated between tenants (i.e. customers) for data security • OpenStack allows organizations to deploy their own Infrastructure as a Service (Iaas)
    • 12. What‟s the Point? • Can‟t I just install a server in a rack for my application? • Won‟t I lose performance if my apps aren‟t running directly on the hardware? • Security seems like a big issue, no?
    • 13. Server in Rack • Limited capacity to move OS and services to other server when hardware is failing • Can‟t „add‟ more memory or CPU capacity without an extended outage • You have to worry about parts and physical security (including environmental issues like cooling)
    • 14. Won‟t I lose performance? • Hypervisors have overhead (some say 1-5%) • Compute power can even be enabled to bare metal • A multi-tenant cluster benefits from economies of scale (faster RAM, more cores, more spinning drives) • Economies of scale extend to management where engineers can focus just on low-level performance
    • 15. Security • Economies of scale extend to security as well where Ops people can focus on lower level security • Ops people can more easily manage networking ACLs, etc… via Software Defined Networking (SDN) • OS-level and logical security under the purview of the consumer as was the case before
    • 16. OpenStack is now 3 years old ‣ Expanded scope from Compute and Object Storage to Compute, Storage, Networking and Shared Services, with rich ecosystem of Integrated projects emerging ‣ OpenStack has public clouds in more cities than Amazon has regions ‣ Major private cloud users at Best Buy, Bloomberg, Comcast, Fidelity, PayPal and more ‣ OpenStack has become the center of cloud innovation – more than 1,000 developers, supported by major IT companies
    • 17. Why are we succeeding? ‣ Successful platforms have three forces: ‣ Technology ‣ Ecosystem ‣ Users GLOBAL USER FOOTPRINT
    • 18. Fastest Growing Global Open Source Community COMPANIES TOTAL CONTRIBUTORS AVERAGE MONTHLY CONTRIBUTORS CODE CONTRIBUTIONS 1,036 238 70,137 231 10,149 INDIVIDUAL MEMBERS COUNTRIES 121 As of July 2013
    • 19. Global Community Countries with members
    • 20. Developer Growth Contributors per month (ohloh)
    • 21. 1 Million+ Lines of Code Lines of code (ohloh)
    • 22. Ecosystem Growth Participating Companies 0 50 100 150 200 250 Launch Austin Bexar Cactus Diablo Essex 2-year anniversary Grizzly
    • 23. Major Users See these videos and more at http://www.openstack.org/summit/portland-2013/session-videos/ Add your organization at openstack.org/user-survey
    • 24. Summit Attendee Growth 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 Austin San Antonio Santa Clara Boston San Francisco San Diego Portland
    • 25. Core Values Remain • We‟re keeping sacred what has made OpenStack so successful • Open source is essential to unlock the value of cloud computing • Four opens: – Open Design – Open Development – Open Community – Open Source
    • 26. On the horizon • New projects & functionality, but also focus on stability and maturity – Orchestration and Metering become integrated in Havana – DBaaS and Bare Metal currently Incubated projects • Focus on education and talent development – New Operations and Security Guides – Ecosystem and community discussions to accelerate training and certification • Reaching application developers
    • 27. Important Dates September 19, 2013 Foundation One Year October 17, 2013 Havana Release **Orchestration & Metering become integrated November 5, 2013 Hong Kong Summit **First International Summit outside the US **(Icehouse Design Summit) April, 2014 Icehouse Release May, 2014 “J” Design Summit January, 2014 **Board of Directors elections for 8 individual directors openstack.org/join
    • 28. How you can help Infrastructure Team • Want to help run systems powering OpenStack development? • Read the documentation at http://ci.openstack.org/ Documentation • Contact Anne Gentle <anne.gentle@rackspace.com> • or visit http://wiki.openstack.org/Documentation/HowTo Translations • Do you speak multiple languages? • Join the Internationalisation team: https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/I18nTeam • Or contact Ying Chun “Daisy” Guo <guoyingc@cn.ibm.com> Ask.OpenStack.org • Please participate and help answer questions User Profile • If you are an OpenStack user, please create a profile (public or private) at openstack.org/user-survey
    • 29. Hong Kong Summit • November 5-8, 2013 – Hong Kong! • Registration and sponsorships now open – New: Two tiers of registration, please read carefully • Call for speakers deadline July 31 • Book your travel early, room blocks are filling up! • Travel Assistance Program – applications in July • More details at openstack.org/summit

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