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    Mark Interrante OpenStack Design Summit Mark Interrante OpenStack Design Summit Presentation Transcript

    • OpenStack Design Summit: November 2010
    • Meet Mark Interrante Mark.Interrante@ Rackspace.com Twitter: @Interran te Facebook: /Interr ante HP Ecommerce Finance, News, Sports Cloud Three start ups
    • Agenda s Trend od ay / he lo ud T ip with t ity   C tnersh n mmu s    Par Stack Co ction Open pace Dire s   Rack
    • 4 1.  Thank you! 2.  We are proud to be a part of this community!
    • Cloud Drives Innovation   Corporate Website   Test and Development   eCommerce   Social Media site   Marketing / Advertising / Campaign site   SaaS offerings   Rich Media Site   Collaboration Platform   Gaming
    • 6 Why Pursue Open Source? Not a software company Standards are major barrier to adoption Unique position to launch
    • 7 Our Cloud as Test Bed for You
    • 8 How Does Our Business Model Fit? •  Support and service is what we sell •  Intend to help customers with: •  Traditional hosting •  Dedicated OpenStack •  Multi-tenant OpenStack •  Federation (with above and on premise)
    • 9 It’s Happening Today 118,000+ Customers in 120 Countries 80% are Cloud Customers 125% Growth in 2009 * 2008 vs. 2009 Net Revenue CLOUDSITES CLOUDSERVERS CLOUDFILES
    • 10 Where Are We Going? •  Seemless cloud deployments where customers want it – dedicated, multitenant, federation •  Common API •  Standardize interfaces to drive modularity •  Scale, scale and more scale •  Interoperability  between OpenStack  clouds
    • 11 Our Plans with OpenStack •  Cloud Servers to OpenStack Compute •  Development in progress •  Blueprints of needed features submitted •  Expected in mid-2011 •  Our Cloud Files offer IS  OpenStack Object Storage today •  Commitment to run both  projects in production going forward
    • 12 To Get There, We Need… •  VM specific •  Tools/Infrastructure •  Basic functionality –  Administrative API •  Rescue functionality –  Monitoring •  Provider functionality –  Logging •  Snapshot specific •  On demand •  Scheduled •  To object storage •  To local storage
    • 13 Example Blueprints
    • 14 Rackspace Future Needs •  Configure NIC: allows for the reorder of the network cards in the hypervisor. •  Dedicated Hosts: provides customers ‘private-like’ capabilities inside a public cloud. •  Flavors: packages of VCPU, disk space, and RAM to meet requirements of different workloads. •  Package update change: provides ability to alter the default location for package updates. •  Metrics: make RRD graphs for virtual machine interfaces available. These have not been submitted yet
    • 15 Rackspace Future Needs •  Complete portfolio: block storage, load balancing •  Web+ scale •  Dedicated Host Machines •  Authentication, Authorization, & Accounting •  Support more Hybrid scenarios •  Federation •  XaaS •  Auto: scaling, deploying, monitoring, configuring
    • 16 Summary: Commitment to OpenStack •  Development resources •  Dozens of developers •  Multiple QA / testing •  Operations •  Reference deployment •  Help where we can