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Mark Collier Keynote -  OpenStack Day London June 2014
 

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Mark Collier, COO of the OpenStack Foundation, gave the opening keynote at the OpenStack Day London event in June 2014. ...

Mark Collier, COO of the OpenStack Foundation, gave the opening keynote at the OpenStack Day London event in June 2014.

Much of the content was presented at the recent Summit in Atlanta as well: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H4j-Mnxenc4

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    Mark Collier Keynote -  OpenStack Day London June 2014 Mark Collier Keynote - OpenStack Day London June 2014 Presentation Transcript

    • //////// COO, OpenStack Foundation //////////////////////////////////////////////////// Mark Collier
    • ICEH USETHE NINTH OPENSTACK RELEASE
    • ‹#› OpenStack Icehouse Technology Themes Operator-Driven Updates Mature Integrated Release Efficiency at Scale • Testing for drivers and upgrades • Rolling upgrades with no downtime • Easier to manage, reliability and consistency across services • Innovation happening through the incubation process • Object Storage discoverability and replication options (s-sync) • Block Storage horizontal scalability • Data layer performance improvements for large deployments Tighter Platform Integration • Boot process reliability across platform services • Consistency across services
    • ‹#› Icehouse Release Stats Developer Growth 1,202 contributors to Icehouse; a 32% increase from the Havana release Total Number of Features Approximately 350 new features; focus on testing, maturity and stability this release cycle Bugs Fixed 2,902 bugs fixed during the Icehouse release cycle Top Companies Committing Code Red Hat, IBM, HP, Rackspace, Mirantis, SUSE, OpenStack Foundation, eNovance, VMware, Intel; users in top 20 include Samsung, Yahoo! and Comcast Translations Dashboard now supports 16 languages; internationalization team translated nearly 700,000 words during Icehouse cycle Testing 53 third-party CI systems registered in Icehouse cycle, starting from less than five
    • ‹#›19 ECOSYSTEMSIZE
 (Members+Sponsors+Supporters) CUMULATIVE 
 CONTRIBUTORS AVERAGE MONTHLY 
 CONTRIBUTORS PATCHES
 MERGED 998 230 7,260(Grizzly Release Cycle – Six Months) 209
Companies Members: 24 Total
 Sponsors: 35 Total Supporters: 150 Total TOP 10 Countries 1) United States
 2) China
 3) India
 4) Great Britain
 5) Australia 9,5116) France
 7) Russia
 8) Canada
 9) Ireland
 10) Germany INDIVIDUALMEMBERS Community Stats – May 2013
    • ‹#› Community Stats – May 2014 20 ECOSYSTEMSIZE
 (Members+Sponsors+Supporters) CUMULATIVE 
 CONTRIBUTORS AVERAGE MONTHLY 
 CONTRIBUTORS PATCHES
 MERGED 2,130 466 17,209 355Companies Members: 27 Sponsors: 68 Supporters: 260 TOP 10 Countries 1) United States
 2) China
 3) India
 4) Great Britain
 5) Australia 16,2666) France
 7) Russia
 8) Canada
 9) Ireland
 10) Germany INDIVIDUALMEMBERS
    • ‹#› 0 1250 2500 3750 5000 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Austin July 2010 San Antonio Oct 2010 Boston Oct 2011 Santa Clara April 2011 San Fran April 2012 San Diego Oct 2012 Portland April 2013 Hong Kong November 2013 Atlanta May 2014 Next Summit: Paris, France, November 3, 2014 OpenStack Summit Attendee Growth

    • Why? ///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
    • _____ __ _ / ___| / _| | `--. ___ | |_| |___ ____ _ _ __ ___ `--. / _ | _| __ / / / _` | '__/ _ /__/ / (_) | | | |_ V V / (_| | | | __/ ____/ ___/|_| __| _/_/ __,_|_| ___|
    • ‹#› network software defined data center storage
    • ‹#› economy software defined
    • ‹#› economy software defined
    • ‹#› everyone competes with a startup
    • ‹#› startupbanks
    • ‹#› banks
    • ‹#› big media
    • ‹#› automotive
    • ‹#›
    • ‹#› EXPENSE EXPERIMENTATION INNOVATION
    • ‹#› EXPENSE EXPERIMENTATION INNOVATION
    • We’re Lucky ///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
    • Creative Destruction ///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
    • Average CompanyTenure (S&P 500) 61YEARS1958
    • Average CompanyTenure (S&P 500) 25YEARS1980
    • Average CompanyTenure (S&P 500) 18YEARSNOW
    • At current churn rate, 75% of the S&P 500 will be replaced by 2027
    • ‹#›
    • ‹#›
    • Cheap Fast Good
    • Fast Fast Fast
    • superuser
    • superuser.openstack.org
    • ‹#› Superusers are connected, they’re vocal and they’re changing their industries http://superuser.openstack.org
    • //////// AVP, IT Operations Strategic Realization, AT&T ///////////////////////////////// Toby Ford
    • 800 1000 1200 2013 Global Revenue ($bn) Think Bigger Facebook Recorded Music Watches Google Amazon Online Advertising Books Apple PCs Mobile Phones TV Adverting Fixed telcos Mobile telcos 0 200 400 600 PCs
    • Classic  Network  Appliance  Approach Physical  Network  Function  (PNF) Limitations BRAS FirewallDPI CDN Tester/QoE   monitor WAN   Acceleration Message   Router DNS Carrier
 Grade  NAT Session  Border   Controller PE  RouterEPC Fragmented  non-­‐commodity  HW Physical  install  per  appliance  per  site Low  asset  utilization   HW  development  is  time  consuming  and  can’t   be  continuously  deployed  /  upgraded HW  development  is  challenging  for  new   vendors Limits  modularity,  vendor  choice
    • Network  Function  Virtualization  (NFV) Virtual  Network  Function  (VNF) Benefits Flexibility  /  Extensibility   High  asset  utilization Continuously  deployed  /   upgraded Gain  Software  benefits Achieve  Modularity Opens  the  competitive   landscape  up Innovative  Ecosystem VMs Hypervisor VMs Hypervisor VMs Virtual   Appliances Hypervisor Virtual   Appliances VMs IP  /  Ethernet     Switches Generic     Servers Commodity     Storage OpenStack
    • //////// Platform Architect, Global Hosting, Sony Computer Entertainment America // Joel Johnston
    • Sony  &  OpenStack
    • //////// CTO, DigitalFilmTree //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// Guillaume Aubuchon
    • Digital  Film  Tree
    • ‹#› OpenStack Marketplace http://www.openstack.org/marketplace
    • Paris Moyan_Brenn on Flickr November 3, 2014
    • ThankYou openstack //////// Have a good time with OpenStack /////////////////////////////////////////////