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OpenStack Marketing Meeting - Icehouse Release
OpenStack Marketing Meeting - Icehouse Release
OpenStack Marketing Meeting - Icehouse Release
OpenStack Marketing Meeting - Icehouse Release
OpenStack Marketing Meeting - Icehouse Release
OpenStack Marketing Meeting - Icehouse Release
OpenStack Marketing Meeting - Icehouse Release
OpenStack Marketing Meeting - Icehouse Release
OpenStack Marketing Meeting - Icehouse Release
OpenStack Marketing Meeting - Icehouse Release
OpenStack Marketing Meeting - Icehouse Release
OpenStack Marketing Meeting - Icehouse Release
OpenStack Marketing Meeting - Icehouse Release
OpenStack Marketing Meeting - Icehouse Release
OpenStack Marketing Meeting - Icehouse Release
OpenStack Marketing Meeting - Icehouse Release
OpenStack Marketing Meeting - Icehouse Release
OpenStack Marketing Meeting - Icehouse Release
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OpenStack Marketing Meeting - Icehouse Release

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In the open marketing meeting, we discuss the key themes and features coming in the Icehouse release.

In the open marketing meeting, we discuss the key themes and features coming in the Icehouse release.

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    • 1. OpenStack Icehouse Release Open Marketing Meeting April 9, 2014
    • 2. 2 “Software is eating the world” - The Enterprise Shift • Software is now strategic to all companies. Successful enterprises must become tech companies regardless of industry type, or they’ll go the way of the dinosaur. • This changes everything. How software is produced & consumed, as well as the talent war, because you can’t buy strategy in a box. • Moving at the speed of cloud means minutes instead of months to provision app resources. • OpenStack is an enabling technology for the shift, but also is a diverse community with an open design process which welcomes users to set the roadmap. • The Icehouse release reflects this trend.
    • 3. 3 OpenStack Cloud Platform
    • 4. 4 4 Greater OpenStack Ecosystem Integrated Release Graduation • The software released every 6 months • Technical Committee managed + Release Manager & PTLs • On the road to the integrated release • Typically takes 18-24 months before being approved for graduation • Approved for Incubation by the Technical Committee • More stringent requirements for incubation approved by TC • Wide range of related open source projects • Some may apply for incubation • Many will never apply. Applied & Accepted by TC OpenStack Innovation Model Supporting Programs Incubated Projects Works with projects in greater Ecosystem Shared infrastructure and resources for OpenStack projects
    • 5. 5 5 Greater OpenStack Ecosystem Integrated Release Graduation Compute Object Storage Block Storage Networking Image Service Identity Service Dashboard Orchestration Telemetry Database Service Bare metal (Ironic) Hadoop (Sahara) Messaging (Marconi) Solum Rally Barbican Sitori Fuel Pyghmi Cloudroast Applied & Accepted by TC OpenStack Innovation Model Supporting Programs Incubated Projects Works with projects in greater Ecosystem Infrastructure | Docs | Common Libraries | QA | Release Mgmt Murano Manila Docker Turbo-hipster Mistral Climate Entropy Designate Pecan Kite Staccato Libra Milk Graffiti Rubick Packstack
    • 6. 6 6 Greater OpenStack Ecosystem Integrated Release Graduation Applied & Accepted by TC Steady Growth: Grizzly Release (April 2013) Supporting Programs Incubated Projects Choose Pieces from Greater Ecosystem Compute Object Storage Block Storage Networking Dashboard Image Service Identity Service Infrastructure | Docs | Common Libraries | QA | Release Mgmt Telemetry OrchestrationNew New
    • 7. 7 7 Greater OpenStack Ecosystem Integrated Release Graduation Applied & Accepted by TC Steady Growth: Havana Release (October 2013) Supporting Programs Incubated Projects Choose Pieces from Greater Ecosystem Compute Object Storage Block Storage Networking Dashboard Image Service Identity Service Infrastructure | Docs | Common Libraries | QA | Release Mgmt Bare Metal Database Service Telemetry OrchestrationNew New New New
    • 8. 8 8 Greater OpenStack Ecosystem Integrated Release Graduation Applied & Accepted by TC Steady Growth: Icehouse Release (April 2014) Supporting Programs Incubated Projects Choose Pieces from Greater Ecosystem Compute Object Storage Block Storage Networking Dashboard Image Service Identity Service Infrastructure | Docs | Common Libraries | QA | Release Mgmt Database Service Telemetry Orchestration Bare Metal Messaging Data Processing New New New
    • 9. 9 OpenStack Icehouses Technology Themes Integrated Release Matures Efficiency at Scale • Testing for drivers and upgrades • Rolling upgrades • Ops-driven features continue to make it easier to manage and scale • Incubation continues to drive innovation • Object Storage 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
    • 10. 10 Key Themes Across the Community More users/operators continue to shape software • Users contribute code for real world use cases to solve issues they see day to day • New opportunities for users to influence roadmap Many users finding the right path to adoption for their business • One size does not fit all: that’s why OpenStack is the right choice for so many Testing/Reliability requirements continue to rise • Rigorous testing now a requirement across projects • Strict criteria to be part of the integrated release, need test coverage and CI
    • 11. 12 New Features by Category
    • 12. 13 Compute Improved upgrade support • Rolling upgrades • No impact to user workloads Testing requirements enhanced • All included third-party drivers fully tested • Upgrade testing for all contributions Other updates • Improved scheduler performance • Boot process reliability across platform services • More features exposed to end users via API updates, such as ability to target machines by affinity • More efficient access to data layer; improves performance, especially at scale
    • 13. 14 Storage Object Storage • Discoverability: major update, ability to ask any Object Storage cloud what capabilities are available • New replication process significantly improves performance; data is more efficiently transported through new s-sync (instead of r-sync) • Major storage policies feature in progress and coming in Juno Block Storage • Backend migration with tiered storage environments, allowing for performance management in heterogeneous environments • Testing for external drivers to ensure API consistency across storage platforms • Scalability improvements with fully distributed services
    • 14. 15 Networking Tighter integration with Compute • State managed across Compute and Networking provisioning actions • Improved consistency with instance creation Driver testing and cross-service testing • Better functional testing for actions that require coordination between multiple services • Third-party driver testing ensures consistency and reliability across network implementations Focus on scale and feature parity with nova-network • Both networking options still available
    • 15. 16 Shared Services • Identity service: Federated authentication with Shibboleth • Orchestration: Additional native autoscaling resources available, Configuration API for managing applications, reduced dependence on administrative API • Telemetry: Rest API to access stored events implemented • Dashboard: Design updated and user experience improvements (e.g. in-line editing), three new languages added • Database Service: New capability included in the integrated release, allows management of relational database services in an OpenStack environment
    • 16. 17 The OpenStack model encourages innovation around a stable integrated release. Looking forward to Juno, coming in October 2014: Incubated projects • Bare metal (Ironic) • Hadoop (Sahara) • Messaging (Marconi) Looking forward to the next release: Juno
    • 17. 18 Icehouse Release, April 17th • Press release • Latest release page at OpenStack.org updated • Screenshots & demo available • Webinar at 11 am PT / 2 pm ET OpenStack Summit, May 12-16 • All sponsors and speakers must be registered by Monday, April 15, and registration prices go up starting the 16th • More than 50 press and analysts registered • New Ops Meetup happening Monday & Friday • Thank you to 90+ sponsors Key Dates & Next Steps
    • 18. Thank you

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