IBM and OpenStack: Collaboration Beyond the Code

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Presentation at the OpenStack Summit in Paris, France on November 5, 2014.

As the largest open source project in the world, OpenStack is produced by a huge and diverse community of global contributors.  The most high profile efforts come from the individuals and organizations that produce the code and package the releases, however there are many other ways to get involved. In this sponsored session, we will highlight some of the key ways that IBM participates in the OpenStack community. We'll start off by reviewing some of our major code contributions, then we will highlight our conference and summit content, local meetup leadership activity, social media activism, web content, and more. After this presentation, you'll appreciate the full range of the activities that make an open source community strong, and learn how you can take part in the OpenStack community, as IBMers have. Finally, you'll have a chance to provide your feedback to guide IBM with its community activities, and have a starting point to get involved yourself.

Daniel Krook - Senior Certified IT Specialist
Manuel Silveyra - Senior Cloud Solutions Architect

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IBM and OpenStack: Collaboration Beyond the Code

  1. 1. Open by Design Platinum Member of OpenStack Foundation Accelerating Enterprise OpenStack © 2014 IBM Corporation IBM and OpenStack: Collaboration Beyond the Code Daniel Krook - Senior Certified IT Specialist @DanielKrook Manuel Silveyra - Senior Cloud Solutions Architect @manuel_silveyra
  2. 2. Open by Design Platinum Member of © 2014 IBM Corporation OpenStack Foundation Collaboration beyond the code Code is the most visible indicator of open source project vitality… …but other activities are also very important to community health and user uptake Today we’ll look at 1. IBM technical contributions to OpenStack that improve the product 2. IBM activities that strengthen the OpenStack community 3. How you too can participate in the OpenStack project 4. How you can influence what IBM focuses on looking forward to Kilo, the next release
  3. 3. Open by Design Platinum Member of © 2014 IBM Corporation OpenStack Foundation Your presenters § Part of the IBM community that drives customer requirements into OpenStack Daniel Krook Senior Certified IT Specialist @DanielKrook Manuel Silveyra Senior Cloud Solutions Architect @manuel_silveyra § Please find us if you want to ask any questions that you didn’t get to at this session
  4. 4. Open by Design Platinum Member of Software as a Service Platform as a Service TOSCA OSLC Infrastructure © 2014 IBM Corporation OpenStack Foundation IBM cloud and open technologies At all tiers, IBM is committed to building its cloud on an open cloud architecture OAuth as a Service API economy Cloud operating environment Software-defined environment Products and services built on open source and open standards benefit IBM and customers alike
  5. 5. Open by Design Platinum Member of Core Contributors: 10 Technical Contributors: 38 Commits: 961 Blueprints: 35 Projects: 33 © 2014 IBM Corporation OpenStack Foundation IBM contributions to OpenStack by release Key Contribu8ons: Enterprise Security Ceilometer Quality Assurance http://www.stackalytics.com/ Essex Core Contributors: 1 Technical Contributors: 2 Commits: 9 Blueprints: 0 Projects: 6 Key Contribu8ons: Chinese TranslaHon Nova Hygiene Storage Enhancements 54 Folsom Core Contributors: 4 Technical Contributors: 18 Commits: 181 Blueprints: 9 Projects: 20 Key Contribu8ons: IntegraHon Tests Crowd Sourced TranslaHon Membership Services 100 Grizzly 270 Havana Core Contributors: 13 Technical Contributors: 85 Commits: 1595 Blueprints: 71 Projects: 48 380 Total IBMers Total IBMers Key Contribu8ons: API Stability Storage Enhancements 21% of Nova design features Total IBMers Total IBMers Icehouse Core Contributors: 14 Technical Contributors: 107 Commits: 1722 Blueprints: 85 Projects: 61 Key Contribu8ons: Quality Assurance AuthenHcaHon & Security 15% of Compute features Total IBMers 380
  6. 6. Open by Design Platinum Member of 6 © 2014 IBM Corporation OpenStack Foundation IBM contributions to OpenStack Juno § Enterprise security: Contributions to Keystone to enable better hybrid cloud integration and auditing § Block storage: Improvements to the resiliency and troubleshooting of Cinder storage volumes § User experience: Internationalization and usability upgrades for Horizon § Compute management: Improved automation and integration by simplifying the Nova application programming interfaces (APIs) § Interoperability: Leading work to ensure that OpenStack vendor implementations are compatible Juno Core Contributors: 15 Technical Contributors: 109 Commits: 1669 Blueprints: 48 Projects: 78 Key Contribu8ons: Federated IdenHty Block Volume ReplicaHon Dashboard Enhancements Total IBMers 400
  7. 7. Open by Design Platinum Member of © 2014 IBM Corporation OpenStack Foundation Early IBM open source community history Linux Year 2000 Key Contribu8ons: • $1 billon investment in Linux • Successful copyright defense against SCO • Commitment to support Linux for hardware and so]ware pla^orms Apache Year 1998 Key Contribu8ons: • ContribuHons to HTTPD provided one of the first corporate/OSS collaboraHons • Catalyst for the Apache So]ware FoundaHon in 1999 • Influenced Linux Technology Center and Eclipse FoundaHon Eclipse Year 2001 Key Contribu8ons: • Open sourced in 2001 • Established the Eclipse consorHum and eclipse.org • Eclipse FoundaHon founded in 2004
  8. 8. Open by Design Platinum Member of © 2014 IBM Corporation OpenStack Foundation Recent IBM open source community activity Cloud Foundry Year 2013 Key Contribu8ons: • Guidance in forming Advisory board in 2013 • Guidance in forming FoundaHon in 2014 • Contributors: 20+ Node.js Year 2014 Key Contribu8ons: • Guidance in forming Advisory Board in 2014 • Support on Bluemix Docker Year 2014 Key Contribu8ons: • Guidance in forming Advisory Board in 2014 • Contributors: 5+
  9. 9. Open by Design Platinum Member of © 2014 IBM Corporation OpenStack Foundation OpenStack Foundation leadership, governance and legal support • Platinum membership in the OpenStack Foundation requires a commitment of $500,000 per year • IBM is only one of 8 Platinum Sponsors making this commitment, though there are 17 Gold Sponsors and 80+ Corporate Sponsors. Platinum sponsorship • IBM brings years of experience setting up Advisory Boards and Foundations to bear on OpenStack • This has led to adoption, support, and commitment from hundreds of companies and customers Organizational support • 15 core contributors • IBM is #2 in contributions in last two releases • 100+ IBMers active in the projects • 400+ IBMers working on code and other activities Technical resources • Support for drafting Foundation bylaws • Pledged support for the OpenStack Foundation Legal support to achieve its mission
  10. 10. Open by Design Platinum Member of © 2014 IBM Corporation OpenStack Foundation Conference sponsorship and thought leadership Essex Boston Adendees: 1 Folsom San Francisco Adendees: 15 Grizzly San Diego Sponsorship: Premier Adendees: 20+ Sessions: 1 Blueprints: 6 Havana Portland Sponsorship: Premier Adendees: 50+ Sessions: 7 Blueprints: 21 Icehouse Hong Kong Sponsorship: Headline Adendees: 100+ Sessions: 10 Blueprints: 29 Juno Atlanta Sponsorship: Premier Adendees: 110+ Sessions: 12 Blueprints: 20+
  11. 11. Open by Design Platinum Member of Connec8cut Members: 95 Events: 10 Adendance: 200 © 2014 IBM Corporation OpenStack Foundation Grassroots meetup organization § We’ve organized or presented at many meetups with hundreds of attendees New York Members: 1,200 Events: 24 Adendance: 1,500 China Members: 550 Events: 10 Adendance: 400 § Driving OpenStack awareness, recruiting new talent, speaking to users
  12. 12. Open by Design Platinum Member of © 2014 IBM Corporation OpenStack Foundation How you or your organization can contribute to OpenStack Become an individual member • Start with individuals • Code committers • Community builders Pick low hanging fruit • Report bugs • Improve docs • Translate docs • Become known in the community Support local meetups • Send employees to attend or speak • Host a meetup or sponsor refreshments Participate in Summits • Submit several abstracts • Vote on content you’d like to see • Commit to corporate sponsorship Become a corporate member • Startup or established sponsor • Apply to become a Gold Member
  13. 13. Open by Design Platinum Member of © 2014 IBM Corporation OpenStack Foundation Thank you! Daniel Krook Senior Certified IT Specialist @DanielKrook Manuel Silveyra Senior Cloud Solutions Architect @manuel_silveyra § Please find us if you want to ask any questions that you didn’t get to at this session
  14. 14. Open by Design Platinum Member of © 2014 IBM Corporation OpenStack Foundation IBM technical sessions at the Paris Summit IBM Sessions on Monday, November 3rd 15:20 R.251 When Disaster Strikes the Cloud: Who, What, When, Where and How to recover Ronen Kat, Michael Factor, and Red Hat 11:40 A.Blue IPv6 Features in OpenStack Juno Xu Han Peng, Comcast, and Cisco 15:20 R252 Why is my Volume in 'ERROR' State!?! An Introduction to Troubleshooting Your Cinder Configuration Jay Bryant 16:20 A.Blue Group Based Policy Extension for Networking Mohammad Banikazemi, Cisco, Midokura, and One Convergence IBM Sessions on Tuesday. November 4th 11:15 R252 The perfect match: Apache Spark meets Swift Gil Vernik, Michael Factor, and Databricks 15:40 R242 Docker Meets Swift: A Broadcaster's Experience Eran Rom, and RAI 16:40 Maillot User Group Panel: India, Japan, China Ying Chun Guo, Guang Ya Liu, Qiang Guo Tong 14:50 Passy A Practical Approach to Dockerizing OpenStack High Availability Manuel Silveyra, Shaun Murakami, Kalonji Bankole, Daniel Krook IBM Sessions on Wednesday, November 5th 09:00 R241 Monasca DeepDive: Monitoring at scale Tong Li , Rob Basham, HP and Rackspace 09:00 R242 Beyond 86: Managing multi-platform environments with OpenStack Shaun Murakami, Philip Estes 09:50 R253 Troubleshooting Problems in Heat Deployments Fabio Oliveira, Ton Ngo, Priya Nagpurkar, Winnie Tsang 11:50 R251 Keystone to Keystone Federation Enhancements for Hybrid Cloud Enablement Steve Martinelli, Brad Topol, CERN, and Rackspace 17:50 R253 Practical advice on deployment and management of enterprise workloads Jarek Miszczyk, Venkata Jagana
  15. 15. Open by Design Platinum Member of © 2014 IBM Corporation OpenStack Foundation Learn more at these IBM sponsored sessions on Wednesday: 9:50 Room 243 Step on the Gas: See how Open Technologies are driving the future of the enterprise 11:50 Room 212/213 IBM and OpenStack: Collaborations beyond the code 1:50 Room 212/213 A Use Case Driven view of IBM’s OpenStack based Offerings 2:40 Room 212/213 IBM OpenStack Offerings in Action Stop by the IBM Booth (B4) Demos, games and FREE tee shirt.
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