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Achieving Visibility and Insight across OpenStack Projects.ppt Achieving Visibility and Insight across OpenStack Projects.ppt Presentation Transcript

  • Achieving Visibility and Insight Across OpenStack ProjectsStefano Maffulli, OpenStack Foundation, Community ManagerSanjiva Nath, zAgile, CEO and Founder
  • Agenda‣ OpenStack Integration Pilot Overview (10 minutes)‣ Demo of Pilot, Powered by Wikidsmart (10 minutes)‣ More About zAgile and Wikidsmart (10 minutes)‣ Potential Next Steps (5 minutes)‣ Q&A (10 minutes)
  • Silos of Content and Concepts Tools Collaboration Requirements Version Code Continuous Wiki & Issues Control Review Integration Email ListsGUI • General • Developer • Documentation • Community • OperatorsData SocialStore(File Launc Launc GitHub GitHub Gerrit Gerrit Jenkins JenkinsStructure / hPad hPadRepository)Concepts, • Reviewer • Component • Project • Users • UsersFeatures, • Pages • Users • Code • Comment • Build IRC • Commit • VersionLogic, etc. • Issue/Task • Version • Files • License
  • Current Integration Challenges‣ General lack of integration amongst Projects’ content ‣ Interoperability, Traceability, Faceted search ‣ Project leaders: dashboard of status for milestones, activity of contributors, translations, documentation, bugs, etc.‣ OpenStack community management: ‣ Lack of integration/traceability/reconciliation/visibility‣ Community member collaboration with OpenStack: ‣ No consistency/interoperability of internal content with that of the OpenStack community ‣ Community members want to harvest community-generated knowledgebase for their own customers more efficiently, integrate this info with internal knowledgebase
  • Pilot Results: Architecture
  • Sample Questions to Answer‣ Pilot ‣ Who are the most and least active users? ‣ What is the trend of bugs fixed over time? ‣ Which company has been active with specific project parts?‣ Beyond the Pilot ‣ Show public information combined in a cohesive way with my private information and enable interoperability of content amongst tools and applications ‣ How much did this company pay, and what is that with respect to the cost of the feature?  their contribution?   their participation? ‣ Show accountability of the community in terms of cost and value
  • Overlapping Community and Corporate Content RackSpace Content HP OpenStack Content Content Cisco Nebula Content Content
  • Wikidsmart Demo• Faceted Search: – Finding precise information, quickly and easily• Follow the life of a patch: – Git -> Bug tracker -> Person -> Company – What else is the company/person working on? – What were they doing in the past?• Bug report: – What person in which company filed it? – See the discussions, the patch, who authored it? 8
  • How Wikidsmart Works 9
  • OpenStack Pilot Architecture Review
  • A Wikidsmart, Coherent Information System Tools Collaboration EmailGUI IRC Lists Wikidsmart Context Server’s Knowledge ModelDomainConcepts,Features,Logic, etc. Other (CRM Help Software Engineering: Concepts, Processes, People Social Desk, etc.)DataStore Social 11
  • More about zAgile and Wikidsmart 12
  • zAgile Corporate Overview• Mission: Integrate Teams, Tools, Processes, and Knowledge – First targeting Application Lifecycle Management / Software Engineering – Platform extensible to any domain and applications• Founded: 2006 in San Francisco, launched v1.0 in 2009 Technology Services• Partners• Press Coverage• Selected Customers2008-2012 Proprietary and Confidential, zAgile, Inc. 13
  • Wikidsmart Platform Benefits• Instant Integration • No development required, integrations are pre-built • Each connector instantly integrates all tools and applications• Smart Solutions • Cohesion of content flow between tools and apps • New, template-based, composite applications• Insightful Information • Easily find content with faceted, precision search • Lineage/Traceability: Traverse tangential artifacts/concepts • Dashboards & reports bridge content between tools and teams• Future-Proof Platform • Open Source, Open Standards, Any Tools and Applications2008-2012 Proprietary and Confidential, zAgile, Inc. 14
  • Potential Next Steps
  • Recap: Sample Questions to Answer‣ Pilot ‣ Who are the most and least active users? ‣ What is the trend of bugs fixed over time? ‣ Which company has been active with specific project parts?‣ Beyond the Pilot ‣ Show public information combined in a cohesive way with my private information and enable interoperability of content amongst tools and applications ‣ How much did this company pay, and what is that with respect to the cost of the feature?  their contribution?   their participation? ‣ Show accountability of the community in terms of cost and value
  • OpenStack Can Offer Value-Added Integration‣ Public Portal (Everyone) ‣ Wikidsmart integration, search, and dashboards offered either as Free or Subscription‣ Private Portal (Corporate Members) ‣ Wikidsmart integration, search, and dashboards offered as a Subscription ‣ Bridges internal corporate content with OpenStack community sites
  • OpenStack Can Offer Value-Added Integration‣ See OpenStack Blog for links ‣ Recorded webinar ‣ Social Media and Community: LinkedIn, Twitter, Mailing Lists, etc. ‣ Survey (3 checkbox questions, 1 comment box) http://svy.mk/PCzRVW‣ Now: Q&A ‣ Stefano Maffulli: stefano@openstack.org ‣ Sanjiva Nath: snath@zagile.com