How OpenStack is
Developed: A new way
for a new world
Seoul Feb 18 2014
Mark Collier

COO, OpenStack Foundation
@sparkycol...
“Software is eating the world”
Marc Andreesen, 2011
Mobile

3
Internet of Things

4
5
Cloud Computing
is the enabler

6
“…corporations in retail, health, agriculture,
financial services and other industries”

“Their main motivation is realizi...
If software is now strategic
To every company on the
planet

8
This changes
everything
•How software is produced & consumed
•How we view “competitors” and success
•Vendor/Customer relat...
10
In the old passive consumption model, some
other company controls your destiny.

You

11

Strategic
Decisions
The new, healthier open design model: users are active

12
There are a lot of them


13
They’re willing to contribute

14
They’re connected, they’re vocal

and they’re changing their industries

15
Active User profile: Tim Bell, CERN
•

Runs thousands of servers

•

Leads the OpenStack User
Committee

•

Contributes to...
Active User Profile: Guillaume Aubuchon,
Digital Film Tree
•
•

Organizes Meetups in LA for
the media indutry

•

Has atte...
Other notable users in Korea
•List 1
•List 1
•List 3

18
In OpenStack, we’re
embracing the Active
User movement

19
How Active Users drive OpenStack
•User Surveys used for roadmap planning
•Holding Operator Summits
•Authored user guide
•K...
How do you get so
many people to produce
one platform?

21
We have a model that works
•

Elected leaders (PTLs) who
make decisions every day

•

Frequent releases (6 months)

•

Act...
High Engagement = Rapid Innovation ears
ey

Fro

23

10k
m

so
line

de
f co

74M
1.
to

thre
in
Become an active user

Your
company’s
future depends
on it
24
Thank you
Mark Collier
COO, OpenStack Foundation
@sparkycollier
mark@openstack.org

25
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  • Costs dropped 100 fold in a decade, completely changing the economics of creating value through technology. Open Source & cloud are the two biggest factors driving that massive cost shift.
  • Costs dropped 100 fold in a decade, completely changing the economics of creating value through technology. Open Source & cloud are the two biggest factors driving that massive cost shift.
  • Costs dropped 100 fold in a decade, completely changing the economics of creating value through technology. Open Source & cloud are the two biggest factors driving that massive cost shift.
  • Costs dropped 100 fold in a decade, completely changing the economics of creating value through technology. Open Source & cloud are the two biggest factors driving that massive cost shift.
  • It changes eveyr aspect of our economoy and how value is created
    When it comes to changing the way software is produced & consumed and vendor/customer relatiionshps (see next slide)
  • The vendor has all the power in this relationship. Which might be OK for basic needs like hosting email or calendaring… but for a cloud platform to transform your company, this ain’t gonna cut it.
  • This is how we see the universe in the OpenStack world. The lines are blurred and it’s very non linear. Users can be as involve din writing the platform they rely on as they want. And even without writing a line of code, they can have a strong voice in the roadmap. Since it’s open, they can also customize the software after the release to meet their needs.
  • I’ve talked with many openstack users who put in their RFPs clear direction for openstack companies to deliver “pure openstack” and not add a lot of proprietary extensions. This is what active users are all about.
    The days of vendors being the gatekeepers to sacred knowledge of “how things work” are over.
  • He’s informed vendors that he works with that any improvements they make on his behalf should be open source, shared back with the openstack community.
  • Examples of user survey feedback that impacted the roadmap: -----??
    And through their interactions with vendors in the ecosystem.
  • While the idea of such powerful users may scare some of you who are used to the way things used to be in the IT vendor / customer relationship, we believe strongly that active users will make openstack the best platform for cloud computing for the next 10 years and beyond, and that ultimately that creates the most opportunity for everyone..
  • Examples of user survey feedback that impacted the roadmap: -----??
    And through their interactions with vendors in the ecosystem.
  • While the idea of such powerful users may scare some of you who are used to the way things used to be in the IT vendor / customer relationship, we believe strongly that active users will make openstack the best platform for cloud computing for the next 10 years and beyond, and that ultimately that creates the most opportunity for everyone..

  • [OpenStack Day in Korea] How OpenStack is Developed: A new way for a new world

    1. 1. How OpenStack is Developed: A new way for a new world Seoul Feb 18 2014 Mark Collier COO, OpenStack Foundation @sparkycollier mark@openstack.org 1
    2. 2. “Software is eating the world” Marc Andreesen, 2011
    3. 3. Mobile 3
    4. 4. Internet of Things 4
    5. 5. 5
    6. 6. Cloud Computing is the enabler 6
    7. 7. “…corporations in retail, health, agriculture, financial services and other industries” “Their main motivation is realizing that software is eating the world, and they have to add software talent and technologies to their products,” Tech Crunch, December 2013 7
    8. 8. If software is now strategic To every company on the planet 8
    9. 9. This changes everything •How software is produced & consumed •How we view “competitors” and success •Vendor/Customer relationships •The war for technical talent 9
    10. 10. 10
    11. 11. In the old passive consumption model, some other company controls your destiny. You 11 Strategic Decisions
    12. 12. The new, healthier open design model: users are active 12
    13. 13. There are a lot of them 13
    14. 14. They’re willing to contribute 14
    15. 15. They’re connected, they’re vocal and they’re changing their industries 15
    16. 16. Active User profile: Tim Bell, CERN • Runs thousands of servers • Leads the OpenStack User Committee • Contributes to Survey • Organizes Meetups • Has attended many Summits • Analyses data from this thing: Tim Bell, CERN 16
    17. 17. Active User Profile: Guillaume Aubuchon, Digital Film Tree • • Organizes Meetups in LA for the media indutry • Has attended 2 Summits • 17 Generates TB a day of video Revolutionizing how TV is produced, moving the video production flow to the cloud
    18. 18. Other notable users in Korea •List 1 •List 1 •List 3 18
    19. 19. In OpenStack, we’re embracing the Active User movement 19
    20. 20. How Active Users drive OpenStack •User Surveys used for roadmap planning •Holding Operator Summits •Authored user guide •Keynoting OpenStack Summits 20
    21. 21. How do you get so many people to produce one platform? 21
    22. 22. We have a model that works • Elected leaders (PTLs) who make decisions every day • Frequent releases (6 months) • Active users • Automated Testing • Ensures code quality • Protects developers (start from working code) • Protects tree • Egalitarian – same process for everyone, transparent & automated 22 John Griffith, Block Storage Mark Mclain, Russell Bryant, Netwokring Compute
    23. 23. High Engagement = Rapid Innovation ears ey Fro 23 10k m so line de f co 74M 1. to thre in
    24. 24. Become an active user Your company’s future depends on it 24
    25. 25. Thank you Mark Collier COO, OpenStack Foundation @sparkycollier mark@openstack.org 25
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