Sharing is Caring
How OSS can Help Embed a DevOps Culture
Harm Boertien
• Amsterdam
• Married, 3 kids, 1 dog, 1 cat
• Hiking, whisky, sailing
• In IT since 1996 (or 1985 if you wan...
To boldly go where no one has gone before
• Please do not tell me what to do or what to think
• At Schuberg Philis we are ...
SHARING & CARING
OUR ASSIGNMENT
The WHY of CloudStack by Mark Hinkle
• Open Source Developers are setting
the standard for the way Technology
will be deve...
Example project: Apache CloudStack
• Best Bang for the Buck
• It Works (Scales, keeps running)
• Great community
• All the...
Allen and Overy and BlackDuck Seminar on Open Source (April 2014)
• Explanation of OSS
• Open Source in Mergers and Acquis...
BlackDuck on Open Source
• 30% of your software is OSS
• “ Open source is ubiquitous, it’s
unavoidable…having a policy aga...
LinuxCon Edinburgh 2013
• +1000 visitors
• Cloud (OpenStack/CloudStack)
• Linux in Automotive
• OpenSource is winning in t...
And what about Heartbleed ?
• OpenSSL used in many applications
• Not a big dev group
• Vendors that use OpenSSL should no...
No longer why OpenSource, but how to do OpenSource
• by my friend MrHinkle
• Don’t be a Tourist
• Work on stuff that matte...
Visit gov.uk
• Digital Leaders where selected! This
is key in its success
• Recruitment and procurement is
done differentl...
What is the open source strategy for the typical enterprise?
• They do not have one.
• Open Source is scary
• And the peop...
In Enterprises, Corporations and the Public Sector people feel at home as well
• I learned that those people are just like...
Do we play golf with the CIO of ACME?
How do we sell Open Source Software / share tooling with our customers ?
• We do not
• We give them a reliable scalable in...
How do we sell Open Source Software / share tooling with our customers ?
• Organize meetups (SDN, DevOps)
• Organize works...
THE SCHUBERG PHILIS VALUE CURVE
• 10 Years Ago we focused on Uptime and
Application stability that was fixed in Infra
• 6 ...
A: THE SCHUBERG PHILIS VALUE CURVE
• TTM Transition project: Customers do not
have to fear the cost of transition. Not in ...
B: THE SCHUBERG PHILIS VALUE CURVE
• Infrastructure is highly virtual (<2013) or
cloudified (>2012)
• Monitoring Infrastru...
THE SCHUBERG PHILIS VALUE CURVE
• Infrastructure is flexible and integrates with others by
using SDN
• Everything that mov...
Culture – Automation – Metrics – Sharing
SPEED
OPEN, TRUST, listen, meaningful
FLEXIBLE, ADAPT, collaborate, speak up
EMBR...
If we want to share and bring OSS to the enterprise:
• We should be ourselves, involve in communities, organize
meetups, h...
What does mean for me?
• I want to live my dream. Talk the talk and walk the walk.
• Be a good, transparent person
• Make ...
WE BELIEVE 100% ATTITUDE CAN MAKE THE DIFFERENCE.
I’D RATHER BE A PIRATE THAN JOIN THE NAVY
QUESTIONS?
• If you have questions later:
• Mail: hboertien@schubergphilis.com
• Twitter: @_Harm_B_
Reading list
DevOps Cookbook
Patrick Debois, Gene Kim, John Willis
http://www.realgenekim.me/devops-cookbook/
http://itrevolution.com/b...
DevOpsDays Amsterdam 2014, June 19-21, Pakhuis de Zwijger
• From 30 to 540+ members
• Monthly meetups
• 10 organizers for ...
5 years DevOpsDays, 27-28 October, Gent, Belgium
Organized by
Patrick Debois
Founder of DevOpsdays
http://www.devopsdays.org/events/2014-amsterdam/
June 19-21 2014, Pakhuis de Zwijger, Amsterdam
Join our meetup group: htt...
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  1. 1. Sharing is Caring How OSS can Help Embed a DevOps Culture
  2. 2. Harm Boertien • Amsterdam • Married, 3 kids, 1 dog, 1 cat • Hiking, whisky, sailing • In IT since 1996 (or 1985 if you want) • Enjoying life • Twitter: @_Harm_B_
  3. 3. To boldly go where no one has gone before • Please do not tell me what to do or what to think • At Schuberg Philis we are all different and that makes us equals • We see in the different communities that we are not unique • In IT and Open Source I found people that make me feel at ease • I have a click with people who are proud of their work (in and outside of IT)
  4. 4. SHARING & CARING
  5. 5. OUR ASSIGNMENT
  6. 6. The WHY of CloudStack by Mark Hinkle • Open Source Developers are setting the standard for the way Technology will be developed in the 21st century • A inspiring generation of hackers, makers, forkers, scientists and engineers
  7. 7. Example project: Apache CloudStack • Best Bang for the Buck • It Works (Scales, keeps running) • Great community • All the things that open source could wish for • More widespread than known • Active committer community
  8. 8. Allen and Overy and BlackDuck Seminar on Open Source (April 2014) • Explanation of OSS • Open Source in Mergers and Acquisitions • IPR in OSS exists • Scan your software for Open Source • Enterprises claim they do not use open source. In practice 30% of the tools and code base is open Source!
  9. 9. BlackDuck on Open Source • 30% of your software is OSS • “ Open source is ubiquitous, it’s unavoidable…having a policy against open source is impractical and places you at a competitive disadvantage.” –Gartner • http://www.blackducksoftware.com/resources/ infographics/2013-future-open-source-open- revolution
  10. 10. LinuxCon Edinburgh 2013 • +1000 visitors • Cloud (OpenStack/CloudStack) • Linux in Automotive • OpenSource is winning in the mobile market (Android / Tizen) • Linux is the dominating OS, possible by GIT (by Linus Torvalds)
  11. 11. And what about Heartbleed ? • OpenSSL used in many applications • Not a big dev group • Vendors that use OpenSSL should not only have acted as a tourists • Was it the end-of-the-world ?
  12. 12. No longer why OpenSource, but how to do OpenSource • by my friend MrHinkle • Don’t be a Tourist • Work on stuff that matters • Create more value then you capture • Take the long view • Create Opportunities for Discrete Contribution Work on Stuff that Matters: First Principles, Tim O’Reilly http://radar.oreilly.com/2009/01/work-on-stuff-that-matters-fir.html
  13. 13. Visit gov.uk • Digital Leaders where selected! This is key in its success • Recruitment and procurement is done differently. • Middle Managers are adopting slowely • Show and tell to bridge hierarchy
  14. 14. What is the open source strategy for the typical enterprise? • They do not have one. • Open Source is scary • And the people that make open source…. They all wear funny tshirts, grow beards. Cannot be any good right? • They just don’t know. And not enough people are telling them
  15. 15. In Enterprises, Corporations and the Public Sector people feel at home as well • I learned that those people are just like me, only have different dreams. • They work with people they like • With people that behave as they expect • Are we in the boardroom as Open Source evangelists? • As trusted advisors?
  16. 16. Do we play golf with the CIO of ACME?
  17. 17. How do we sell Open Source Software / share tooling with our customers ? • We do not • We give them a reliable scalable infra • With a revamped application platform • That helps engineers and developers behave agile / devops
  18. 18. How do we sell Open Source Software / share tooling with our customers ? • Organize meetups (SDN, DevOps) • Organize workshops • Talk with the business • Speak at conferences • Share our code / cookbooks
  19. 19. THE SCHUBERG PHILIS VALUE CURVE • 10 Years Ago we focused on Uptime and Application stability that was fixed in Infra • 6 Years Ago we gained speed by working together with customers with integrated procedures • 3 Years ago we started our Cloud Journey as a basis towards Continuous everything
  20. 20. A: THE SCHUBERG PHILIS VALUE CURVE • TTM Transition project: Customers do not have to fear the cost of transition. Not in cost (fixed Price) and not in duration (we never missed a deadline) • Application Infrastructure Integration with full DR testing • Layer3 and Layer7 designs are key • All infrastructure behavior is monitored within SBP • DTAP model to ensure robustness • Guaranteed 100% uptime
  21. 21. B: THE SCHUBERG PHILIS VALUE CURVE • Infrastructure is highly virtual (<2013) or cloudified (>2012) • Monitoring Infrastructure and Applications shared with customers • Set up agile working methods, iterative designs • Change windows have less or no downtime due to virtualization • Co Creation extends to Functional Application Maintenance Departments
  22. 22. THE SCHUBERG PHILIS VALUE CURVE • Infrastructure is flexible and integrates with others by using SDN • Everything that moves is measured, infrastructure and code, deploys automated • Developers and SBP Create joint continuous delivery platform (git/github/jenkins/tfs) • Implement full scrum or kanban together with customers and development parties • Co Creation: Developers can push (a lot off) changes to prod, Developers are standby as well
  23. 23. Culture – Automation – Metrics – Sharing SPEED OPEN, TRUST, listen, meaningful FLEXIBLE, ADAPT, collaborate, speak up EMBRACE AND BE VULNERABLE
  24. 24. If we want to share and bring OSS to the enterprise: • We should be ourselves, involve in communities, organize meetups, hackatons, BBQ’s • Seek parties, partners that can act as trusted advisor to the CIO/CDO • Present OSS solutions as viable alternatives to commercial solution out there.
  25. 25. What does mean for me? • I want to live my dream. Talk the talk and walk the walk. • Be a good, transparent person • Make the IT World better, there is so much crap • Have a fun workplace • Be member of the Open Source Community
  26. 26. WE BELIEVE 100% ATTITUDE CAN MAKE THE DIFFERENCE. I’D RATHER BE A PIRATE THAN JOIN THE NAVY
  27. 27. QUESTIONS? • If you have questions later: • Mail: hboertien@schubergphilis.com • Twitter: @_Harm_B_
  28. 28. Reading list
  29. 29. DevOps Cookbook Patrick Debois, Gene Kim, John Willis http://www.realgenekim.me/devops-cookbook/ http://itrevolution.com/books/devops-cookbook/ 1st draft is ready
  30. 30. DevOpsDays Amsterdam 2014, June 19-21, Pakhuis de Zwijger • From 30 to 540+ members • Monthly meetups • 10 organizers for coming DevOpsdays • DOD_LOVES_UNICOM 50% discount on ticket
  31. 31. 5 years DevOpsDays, 27-28 October, Gent, Belgium Organized by Patrick Debois Founder of DevOpsdays
  32. 32. http://www.devopsdays.org/events/2014-amsterdam/ June 19-21 2014, Pakhuis de Zwijger, Amsterdam Join our meetup group: http://www.meetup.com/DevOpsAmsterdam/

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