[OpenStack Day in Korea] Keynote #1 - Ubuntu

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Keynoet #1 - Chris kenyon (VP of Sales and marketing, Canonical)

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[OpenStack Day in Korea] Keynote #1 - Ubuntu

  1. 1. Production Test & Dev Pilot 2012 2013 2014
  2. 2. They use OpenStack on Ubuntu HP, IBM SoftLayer, Dell, Rackspace, Bloomberg, AT&T, Deutsche Telekom, France Telecom, British Telecom, Korea Telecom, Chungwa Telecom, China Mobile, China Unicom, Turk Telecom, Numergy... Samsung, NEC, Cisco, Virgin Media, SONY, Shaw Communications, Intel, Cogent, Comcast, Wikipedia, Snapfish, MIT, CMU, EBay, Merck, Guardian, Allegro, Tata...
  3. 3. OpenStack: The kernel of “Linux at scale” Applications Memory Disk CPUs Kernel
  4. 4. OpenStack: The kernel of “Linux at scale” Applications Memory Disk CPUs OpenStack hundreds, or thousands, of servers
  5. 5. Most OpenStack clouds use Ubuntu Source: Official OpenStack Survey 2013
  6. 6. Ubuntu + OpenStack release cadence 16.04 LTS 14.04 LTS 12.04 LTS
  7. 7. Ubuntu is the #1 “scale out” OS Ubuntu overtakes CentOS on top 10 million sites Ubuntu is #1 OS on the top 10,000 sites by load
  8. 8. ⇛ Ubuntu is the reference OS for OpenStack development
  9. 9. Enterprise Linux. Disruptive Price. Small AZ <100 nodes $75,000 Medium AZ <500 nodes $180,000 Large AZ >500 nodes $350,000 24/7 support. Better focus, better support, better engineering. http://ubuntu.com/cloud/management
  10. 10. Rigorous Quality CI CD
  11. 11. OIL: OpenStack Interop Lab Server x Network x Storage x Hypervisor Dell HP IBM Lenovo OCP NSX Cisco NX1K Flat OVS Ceph LVM iSCSI Gluster EMC Fusion-IO KVM LXC Docker ESX Hyper-V
  12. 12. Build. Test. Benchmark. Repeat. 3000x / month
  13. 13. Carrier Grade OpenStack “Deutsche Telekom is developing and deploying many new cloud applications on Ubuntu OpenStack – as part of its secure and highly scaleable public cloud Business Marketplace ecosystem for SMB customers.” -- Phil Zamani, SVP Business Unit Cloud @ DT
  14. 14. Carrier Grade OpenStack NTT, Deutsche Telekom, AT&T, China Telecom, Comcast Korea Telecom, Cogent Communications, Bourges Telecom, China Unicom, Bharti, British Telecom, France Telecom, Verizon, Yandex, Turk Telecom telco @ ubuntu.com
  15. 15. Interop. ● VMWare ESX ● Microsoft Hyper-V & Windows ● Benchmarks and tests
  16. 16. Architecture matters
  17. 17. Operational Challenges ● ● ● ● Live upgrades of host machine kernels Live upgrades of OpenStack versions Windows & Ubuntu guest images Update management & monitoring
  18. 18. OpenStack changes your life
  19. 19. Ubuntu is the #1 cloud workload OS Source: Very Large Public Cloud, USA
  20. 20. Looking across all the public clouds we are involved with, Ubuntu has 70% of all Linux guest images. Ubuntu is almost three times more popular than the next platform, CentOS. -- Sebastian Stadil
  21. 21. Scale out innovation
  22. 22. “We are thrilled to deliver a turn-key Cloud Foundry solution on OpenStack, in collaboration with Canonical.” James Watters, Pivotal
  23. 23. The most important picture in this presentation. You Google
  24. 24. 1st "This particular combination is becoming the "modern" stack over nagios and others. Wiring all the bits together has been troublesome in the past. Looks like Paul has done an awesome job here." -- John Vincent
  25. 25. Juju Bundles Build and share orchestrations. Of anything. Puppet, Chef, Docker, Salt, Ansible, Perl, Bash. Glue them all together with Juju.
  26. 26. Focus "Any intelligent fool can make things bigger, more complex, and more violent. It takes a touch of genius and a lot of courage to move in the opposite direction." -- Albert Einstein
  27. 27. Trust us with your cloud. scale, reliability, performance, interop. openstack @ ubuntu.com
  28. 28. “Ubuntu is by far our most commonly used distro, with over triple the number of instances as the runner-up.”

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