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LinuxCon NA 2013 Keynote - Why Open Matters: HP and OpenStack

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Brian Aker, HP Fellow Keynote talk at LinuxCon NA 2013 in New Orleans, LA.

Brian Aker, HP Fellow Keynote talk at LinuxCon NA 2013 in New Orleans, LA.

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  • 1. Why Open Matters HP & OpenStack
  • 2. WHO IS HP?
  • 3. HP Indemnified Linux Against SCO 2003
  • 4. One Linux Server Every Minute Today
  • 5. HP launches Public Cloud and Helps Start the OpenStack Foundation 2011
  • 6. What is this stack business?
  • 7. L inux A pache M ySQL Perl/PHP/Python
  • 8. Glance Nova Swift
  • 9. Glance Nova Horizon Keystone Swift Neutron
  • 10. Glance Nova Horizon Keystone Swift Neutron BlockStorage LoadBalancing Databases DNS Metering Billing Monitoring Alarming Messaging Automation Orchestration Account maintenance
  • 11. OpenStack is an Ecosystem (Yes, and this was out of date the moment I hit save). 200+ companies 11964 people >3000 commits last month
  • 12. Continuous Integration Deployment
  • 13. Daily Patch Volume
  • 14. Accelerated Participation with Velocity
  • 15. How Does HP Participate?
  • 16. Nova Container Service AgentManager REST API Trove: DBMS as a Service SQL REST
  • 17. REST API Libra: Load Balancer as a Service SQL NEUTRON LBAS Pool TCP/HTTP ATLAS
  • 18. And a few others... • DNSaaS • Tripelo,The Installer • Ironic, Servers as a Service • HEAT, Orchestration as a Service • Nova, Glance, Swift, Horizon,...
  • 19. Keystone Nova Swift Trove
  • 20. Keystone Nova (Private) Trove Nova Keystone
  • 21. Do we learn anything by running a Public Cloud?
  • 22. Some philosophies • Continuous Integration is the new normal • SSH into production considered harmful • Data security and encryption at the tenant level • Open Source means audit-ability
  • 23. No SSH, No Shell “Just run this command and it works” “The process had to be restarted” “I just deleted the logs”
  • 24. Humans are sources of bad entropy.
  • 25. SOC compliancy is Good.
  • 26. Debugging? • Centralize your logs • Kick the box from the fleet, never take it back. • Provide Snapshots
  • 27. Openmatters because Security Matters
  • 28. Rethink Open Source Security
  • 29. Tenant Data should only be visible to the Owner
  • 30. Copyright is just one reason for Commit History
  • 31. Thank You! blog: http://krow.net/ twitter: brianaker