Compute SummitCompute Project
The Open Source Data Center
The Power of Community Driven Innovation
1
Cole Crawford
COO - O...
Compute SummitCompute Project
We are made for Collaboration
2
Compute SummitCompute Project
We are made for Collaboration
3
Humble Beginnings
“Hello everybody out there using minix —
I’m doing a (free) operating system (just a hobby, won’t be big...
The Open Compute Message
Hello everybody out there consuming hardware—
We are doing a (free) project that allows anyone to...
Compute SummitCompute Project
.
.
.
Compute SummitCompute Project
The Painful Truth vs Blissful Ignorance
7
Text
Compute SummitCompute Project
8
Any type of innovation can be framed with 2 words:
The Cause of Human Innovation
Compute SummitCompute Project
9
Reaching New Heights
Compute SummitCompute Project
Progress vs Progress Traps
10
Compute SummitCompute Project
What if we...
11
Compute SummitCompute Project
What if we...
12
Constructed a purpose built data center
Made it geographically relevant
Compute SummitCompute Project
What if We...
13
Compute SummitCompute Project
What if we...
Compute SummitCompute Project
Open is Better
15
• At Scale Open Source Infrastructure
• Rapid Innovation
• Differentiation...
.8 ZB in 2010
2.8 ZB in 2012
.8 ZB in 2010
40 ZB
2010
2012
2020
Industry Standard
Open Compute Project
1.9
PUE
1.07
PUE
Planet overrun by web
infrastructure
struggling here
Hoping to crowdsource this
one. Fellas?
June 2011: Summit I, Facebook HQ
3 Contributions (all from Facebook)
200 Participants
38% More energy efficient
24% Lower co...
October 2011: Summit II, in NYC
350 Participants
Defined principles, mission
statement, project procedures
Launched foundat...
May 2012: Summit III, in San Antonio
500 Participants
Launched Open Rack
and Open Vault
HP + Dell demo
compatible designs
...
January 2013: Summit IV, in Santa Clara
1500+ Participants
50+ Official members
Dozens of contributions,
including Group Hug...
Open Compute Project
•Consumer-led
•Merits-based
•Focused on scalability, efficiency, and sustainability
•Designing and delivering in the open
W...
Impact of Open Source
Network
Storage
Server
Rack
Data
HDFS Swift
Posix (ext /
xfs)
Linux Open Stack IPMI
Network
Storage
Server
Rack
Data
HDFS Swift
Posix (ext /
xfs)
Linux Open Stack IPMI
Co-lo
Cold
Storage
2-socket
Intel/AMD
...
OCP Networking Project
Compute SummitCompute Project
Call to ARM
32
• LAVA / LMP collaboration
• What can we do to help drive Networking forward?...
Open Compute – Get Involved
Sign the CLA!
Join the mailing lists!
Open Source the Data Center
Change the world!
http://ope...
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Name: Open Compute Keynote: Cole Crawford
Date: 10-07-2013
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LCE13: Open Compute Keynote: Cole Crawford

  1. 1. Compute SummitCompute Project The Open Source Data Center The Power of Community Driven Innovation 1 Cole Crawford COO - Open Compute Foundation @coleinthecloud
  2. 2. Compute SummitCompute Project We are made for Collaboration 2
  3. 3. Compute SummitCompute Project We are made for Collaboration 3
  4. 4. Humble Beginnings “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..” Free Unix! “Starting this Thanksgiving I am going to write a complete Unix-compatible software system called GNU (for Gnu's Not Unix), and give it away free(1) to everyone who can use it. Contributions of time, money, programs and equipment are greatly needed”.
  5. 5. The Open Compute Message Hello everybody out there consuming hardware— We are doing a (free) project that allows anyone to design hardware to support specific workloads. This won’t be gratuitously differentiated like the incumbents are selling. We’d like any feedback on things people like / dislike about what’s available to them today as our project resembles those offerings somewhat.....
  6. 6. Compute SummitCompute Project . . .
  7. 7. Compute SummitCompute Project The Painful Truth vs Blissful Ignorance 7 Text
  8. 8. Compute SummitCompute Project 8 Any type of innovation can be framed with 2 words: The Cause of Human Innovation
  9. 9. Compute SummitCompute Project 9 Reaching New Heights
  10. 10. Compute SummitCompute Project Progress vs Progress Traps 10
  11. 11. Compute SummitCompute Project What if we... 11
  12. 12. Compute SummitCompute Project What if we... 12 Constructed a purpose built data center Made it geographically relevant
  13. 13. Compute SummitCompute Project What if We... 13
  14. 14. Compute SummitCompute Project What if we...
  15. 15. Compute SummitCompute Project Open is Better 15 • At Scale Open Source Infrastructure • Rapid Innovation • Differentiation where it matters • Certified & Validated Reference Architectures
  16. 16. .8 ZB in 2010
  17. 17. 2.8 ZB in 2012 .8 ZB in 2010
  18. 18. 40 ZB 2010 2012 2020
  19. 19. Industry Standard Open Compute Project 1.9 PUE 1.07 PUE
  20. 20. Planet overrun by web infrastructure struggling here Hoping to crowdsource this one. Fellas?
  21. 21. June 2011: Summit I, Facebook HQ 3 Contributions (all from Facebook) 200 Participants 38% More energy efficient 24% Lower cost
  22. 22. October 2011: Summit II, in NYC 350 Participants Defined principles, mission statement, project procedures Launched foundation w/ Intel, Rackspace, Goldman Sachs, and Andy Bechtolsheim 3 Contributions (all from Facebook) 200 Participants 38% More energy efficient 24% Lower cost
  23. 23. May 2012: Summit III, in San Antonio 500 Participants Launched Open Rack and Open Vault HP + Dell demo compatible designs 350 Participants Defined principles, mission statement, project procedures Launched foundation w/ Intel, Rackspace, Goldman Sachs, and Andy Bechtolsheim 3 Contributions (all from Facebook) 200 Participants 38% More energy efficient 24% Lower cost
  24. 24. January 2013: Summit IV, in Santa Clara 1500+ Participants 50+ Official members Dozens of contributions, including Group Hug, silicon photonics, and SOCs 500 Participants Launched Open Rack and Open Vault HP + Dell demo compatible designs 350 Participants Defined principles, mission statement, project procedures Launched foundation w/ Intel, Rackspace, Goldman Sachs, and Andy Bechtolsheim 3 Contributions (all from Facebook) 200 Participants 38% More energy efficient 24% Lower cost
  25. 25. Open Compute Project
  26. 26. •Consumer-led •Merits-based •Focused on scalability, efficiency, and sustainability •Designing and delivering in the open What we’re building together
  27. 27. Impact of Open Source
  28. 28. Network Storage Server Rack Data HDFS Swift Posix (ext / xfs) Linux Open Stack IPMI
  29. 29. Network Storage Server Rack Data HDFS Swift Posix (ext / xfs) Linux Open Stack IPMI Co-lo Cold Storage 2-socket Intel/AMD Open Vault Cold Storage Interconnect Hardware Operating System Group Hug + ARM SOCs Co-lo Open Rack SDN Greenfield
  30. 30. OCP Networking Project
  31. 31. Compute SummitCompute Project Call to ARM 32 • LAVA / LMP collaboration • What can we do to help drive Networking forward? • We can prototype • A new open source license is coming
  32. 32. Open Compute – Get Involved Sign the CLA! Join the mailing lists! Open Source the Data Center Change the world! http://opencompute.org/about/get-involved/
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