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gregdek's flock talk, alpha version

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This is the talk I gave at Fedora Flock in August 2013. It's basically the outline of the presentation I'll be giving quite a bit over the coming months. The gist: why AWS compatibility matters, why …

This is the talk I gave at Fedora Flock in August 2013. It's basically the outline of the presentation I'll be giving quite a bit over the coming months. The gist: why AWS compatibility matters, why private cloud matters, why open source matters, and how you take best advantage of all three.

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  • 1. gregdek's Flock Talk alpha-0.02 10 august 2013 Fedora Flock Charleston SC USA
  • 2. Who is this guy? Greg DeKoenigsberg Lots of Red Hat / Fedora stuff Fedora Cloud SIG Community@Eucalyptus ?
  • 3. Who is this guy? Greg DeKoenigsberg Lots of Red Hat / Fedora stuff Fedora Cloud SIG Community@Eucalyptus @gregdek – tweet me up :)
  • 4. Who is this guy? Greg DeKoenigsberg Lots of Red Hat / Fedora stuff Fedora Cloud SIG Community@Eucalyptus February 2001 Joined Red Hat: web engineer manager, Red Hat Network Sometime 2003-ish RHN made mostly obsolete by yum (behold open source!) September 2004 Became Red Hat “community guy” February 2005 Organized first FUDCon June 2005 Started Fedora Foundation April 2006 Whoops, did we say “Foundation?” We meant the “Fedora Board” 2007 – 2008 OLPC, Sugar Labs, various education projects
  • 5. Who is this guy? Greg DeKoenigsberg Lots of Red Hat / Fedora stuff Fedora Cloud SIG Community@Eucalyptus https://lists.fedoraproject.org/pipermail/cloud/2010-January/000000.html
  • 6. Who is this guy? Greg DeKoenigsberg Lots of Red Hat / Fedora stuff Fedora Cloud SIG Community@Eucalyptus https://lists.fedoraproject.org/pipermail/cloud/2010-January/000001.html
  • 7. Who is this guy? Greg DeKoenigsberg Lots of Red Hat / Fedora stuff Fedora Cloud SIG Community@Eucalyptus https://lists.fedoraproject.org/pipermail/cloud/2010-January/000032.html
  • 8. Where do old FPLs go? Michael Johnson Cristian Gafton Greg DeKoenigsberg Max Spevack ?
  • 9. Where do old FPLs go? Michael Johnson Cristian Gafton Greg DeKoenigsberg Max Spevack
  • 10. Where do old FPLs go? Michael Johnson Cristian Gafton Greg DeKoenigsberg Max Spevack
  • 11. Where do old FPLs go? Michael Johnson Cristian Gafton Greg DeKoenigsberg Max Spevack
  • 12. Where do old FPLs go? Michael Johnson Cristian Gafton Greg DeKoenigsberg Max Spevack
  • 13. Why the rush to cloud? Startups and cloud Shadow IT and cloud Automation and cloud Low MTBIAMSH ?
  • 14. Why the rush to cloud? Startups and cloud Shadow IT and cloud Automation and cloud Low MTBIAMSH http://nat.org/blog/2011/06/instant-company/ (snip... go read the whole post)
  • 15. Why the rush to cloud? Startups and cloud Shadow IT and cloud Automation and cloud Low MTBIAMSH http://www.wired.com/insights/2013/04/bringing-amazon-web-services-out-of-corporate-its-shadow/ (snip... go read the whole article)
  • 16. Why the rush to cloud? Startups and cloud Shadow IT and cloud Automation and cloud Low MTBIAMSH ...because now you have no excuse for not doing continuous integration.
  • 17. Why the rush to cloud? Startups and cloud Shadow IT and cloud Automation and cloud Low MTBIAMSH
  • 18. Cloud computing has created the lowest ever value for MTBIAMSH in the history of computing. That's why everyone is using it. (special thanks to Adrian Cockroft of Netflix for this amazing acronym)
  • 19. What does this mean for us? Open source has won Linux is the dominant cloud operating system Thus, cloud is where the opportunities are ?
  • 20. What does this mean for us? Open source has won Linux is the dominant cloud operating system Thus, cloud is where the opportunities are FIXME: awesome image illustrating TOTAL VICTORY OF OPEN SOURCE
  • 21. What does this mean for us? Open source has won Linux is the dominant cloud operating system Thus, cloud is where the opportunities are FIXME: count of AMIs across all AWS regions showing the massive number of Linux AMIs of all flavors Amazon, Google, Rackspace, and everyone else all use Linux hosts underneath, because why wouldn't you?
  • 22. What does this mean for us? Open source has won Linux is the dominant cloud operating system Thus, cloud is where the opportunities are FIXME: amazing picture of all the Awesome Opportunities!
  • 23. What about software freedom? The fear: lock-in The opportunity: the open cloud Approach #1: create a new cloud Approach #2: open up AWS ?
  • 24. What about software freedom? The fear: lock-in The opportunity: the open cloud Approach #1: create a new cloud Approach #2: open up AWS (it's pretty much all FIXMEs after this, so just imagine the pretty pictures, hm?)
  • 25. What about software freedom? The fear: lock-in The opportunity: the open cloud Approach #1: create a new cloud Approach #2: open up AWS
  • 26. What about software freedom? The fear: lock-in The opportunity: the open cloud Approach #1: create a new cloud Approach #2: open up AWS
  • 27. What about software freedom? The fear: lock-in The opportunity: the open cloud Approach #1: create a new cloud Approach #2: open up AWS
  • 28. But isn't private cloud “missing the point”? Yes – and no. Software freedom Data gravity Regulatory concerns Legacy investments Commodity and private cloud ?
  • 29. But isn't private cloud “missing the point”? Yes – and no. Software freedom Data gravity Regulatory concerns Legacy investments Commodity and private cloud
  • 30. But isn't private cloud “missing the point”? Yes – and no. Software freedom Data gravity Regulatory concerns Legacy investments Commodity and private cloud
  • 31. But isn't private cloud “missing the point”? Yes – and no. Software freedom Data gravity Regulatory concerns Legacy investments Commodity and private cloud
  • 32. But isn't private cloud “missing the point”? Yes – and no. Software freedom Data gravity Regulatory concerns Legacy investments Commodity and private cloud
  • 33. But isn't private cloud “missing the point”? Yes – and no. Software freedom Data gravity Regulatory concerns Legacy investments Commodity and private cloud
  • 34. But isn't private cloud “missing the point”? Yes – and no. Software freedom Data gravity Regulatory concerns Legacy investments Commodity and private cloud
  • 35. So who is Eucalyptus? We care about open AWS Eucalyptus is an acronym The GPL and why it still matters ?
  • 36. So who is Eucalyptus? We care about open AWS Eucalyptus is an acronym The GPL and why it still matters
  • 37. So who is Eucalyptus? We care about open AWS Eucalyptus is an acronym The GPL and why it still matters
  • 38. So who is Eucalyptus? We care about open AWS Eucalyptus is an acronym The GPL and why it still matters
  • 39. How can you compete with OpenStack? Not a competition Loose vs. tight integration Focus yields efficiency Competing for attention ?
  • 40. How can you compete with OpenStack? Not a competition Loose vs. tight integration Focus yields efficiency Competing for attention
  • 41. How can you compete with OpenStack? Not a competition Loose vs. tight integration Focus yields efficiency Competing for attention
  • 42. How can you compete with OpenStack? Not a competition Loose vs. tight integration Focus yields efficiency Competing for attention
  • 43. How can you compete with OpenStack? Not a competition Loose vs. tight integration Focus yields efficiency Competing for attention
  • 44. How can you compete with OpenStack? Not a competition Loose vs. tight integration Focus yields efficiency Competing for attention
  • 45. We compete by doing one thing very well, better than anyone else in the world. (Thanks to Jim Collins for the Hedgehog concept. Now go read Good to Great.)
  • 46. Does Eucalyptus work? Better today than yesterday Embrace the ecosystem Today's services Tomorrow's services The Netflix example ?
  • 47. Does Eucalyptus work? Better today than yesterday Embrace the ecosystem Today's services Tomorrow's services The Netflix example
  • 48. Does Eucalyptus work? Better today than yesterday Embrace the ecosystem Today's services Tomorrow's services The Netflix example
  • 49. Does Eucalyptus work? Better today than yesterday Embrace the ecosystem Today's services Tomorrow's services The Netflix example
  • 50. Does Eucalyptus work? Better today than yesterday Embrace the ecosystem Today's services Tomorrow's services The Netflix example
  • 51. Does Eucalyptus work? Better today than yesterday Embrace the ecosystem Today's services Tomorrow's services The Netflix example
  • 52. Does Eucalyptus work? Better today than yesterday Embrace the ecosystem Today's services Tomorrow's services The Netflix example
  • 53. Can I see for myself? Eucalyptus Virtual Cloud Faststart ?
  • 54. Can I see for myself? Eucalyptus Virtual Cloud Faststart
  • 55. Can I see for myself? Eucalyptus Virtual Cloud Faststart
  • 56. BUT WHO IS THE LINUX OF CLOUD???!!?! !!?!11!!!??!one
  • 57. Hello everybody out there using minix - I’m doing a (free) operating system (just a hobby, won’t be big and professional like gnu) for 386(486) AT clones. This has been brewing since april, and is starting to get ready. I’d like any feedback on things people like/dislike in minix, as my OS resembles it somewhat (same physical layout of the file-system (due to practical reasons) among other things). I’ve currently ported bash(1.08) and gcc(1.40), and things seem to work. This implies that I’ll get something practical within a few months, and I’d like to know what features most people would want. Any suggestions are welcome, but I won’t promise I’ll implement them :-) Linus (torvalds@kruuna.helsinki.fi)
  • 58. Hello everybody out there using AWS - I’m doing a (free) cloud (just a hobby, won’t be big and professional like AWS) for Linux. This has been brewing since april, and is starting to get ready. I’d like any feedback on things people like/dislike in AWS, as my cloud resembles it somewhat (same physical layout of the API (due to practical reasons) among other things). I’ve currently ported EC2 and S3, and things seem to work. This implies that I’ll get something practical within a few months, and I’d like to know what features most people would want. Any suggestions are welcome, but I won’t promise I’ll implement them :-) Rich Wolski (rich@ucsb.edu)
  • 59. q+a and thanks we're hiring greg@eucalyptus.com @gregdek

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