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What’s Next In
OpenStack
A Glimpse At The Roadmap
Data Collected and Presented by the PRODUCT WORKING GROUP
2
MEET THE PRESENTERS & TEAM
Mike Cohen
Director of Product
Management
Cisco Systems
@mscohen
Product WG Socialization Sub...
3
DISCLAIMER: ROADMAPS CHANGE.
The information presented here is for information
only. It is the authors’ interpretation o...
4
User Committee
N+3 members: 3 selected by the board, the TC and an additional nominated representative. An additional N
...
5
• Product WG Socialization team distributed the task of obtaining feedback for various projects across its
members.
• Th...
6
LEVEL OF DETAIL BASED APPROACH
Multiple Views of a Multi-Release Roadmap
Ground Floor = Original Data Sources (Blueprint...
7
Nova
Neutron
Cinder
Glance
Trove
Heat
Keyston
e
Ceilo-
meter
Swift Oslo
Horizon Ironic Manila
Sahara Doc
Infra QA Releas...
8
30,000 FT OVERVIEWThemes Alignment* - Based on ‘Top 3’ Priorities Data (Slide 1 of 1)
*Infra and Doc projects are listed...
9
10,000 FT OVERVIEWThemes Alignment* - Based on ‘Top 3’ Priorities Data (Slide 1 of 3)
*Infra and Doc projects are listed...
10
10,000 FT OVERVIEWThemes Alignment* - Based on ‘Top 3’ Priorities Data (Slide 2 of 3)
*Infra and Doc projects are liste...
11
10,000 FT OVERVIEWThemes Alignment* - Based on ‘Top 3’ Priorities Data (Slide 3 of 3)
*Infra and Doc projects are liste...
12
SPECIFICATIONS PER PROJECT* (PER
RELEASE)KS = Kilo-Specs, LS = Liberty-Specs
Project Name K L M Project Name K L M Proj...
13
You are cordially invited
THANK YOU
Cross Project Product WG Session
(Monday @ 3:40P, Room 212)
State Of OpenStack Prod...
15
APPENDIX: 30 FT VIEWS
(PER PROJECT VIEW)
16
• Kilo
– Template Usability with Template Breakpoints
– Enhanced Scalability by Delivering Against The
“Convergence” Bl...
17
• Kilo
– Glance swift store using multiple containers
– Separate config file for glance-manage
– Metadata definition ca...
18
• Kilo
– Enable NFV
– Nova-network to neutron migration
– Continued evolution of services (LBaaS, VPNaaS,
FWaaS)
– Make...
19
• Kilo
– Versioned object support
– Graduate oslo context
– Drop namespace packages
– Heartbeat Mechanism for
RabbitMQ ...
20
• Kilo
– Erasure codes
– Encryption at rest
– Container sharding
– Replication improvements
– Service tokens
– Fast-pos...
21
• Kilo
– Workflow Improvements for Sahara
– Expanded Support for OpenStack APIs
– Domain Administration using Policy Fi...
22
• Kilo
– Clean Up Keystone to Keystone Federation
– Testing Improvements and restructuring
– Token Scaling Cleanup (new...
23
• Kilo
– NFS and POSIX Backup Drivers
– Incremental Backup Support (Swift as Target)
– Evaluator, Weighter, and Filter ...
24
• Kilo
– Driver Modes
– Network Plugins
– Share Manage/Unmanage
– Pools Support
– Improved Functional Tests and
Better ...
25
SAHARA
ELASTIC DATA PROCESSING
• Kilo
– Cloudera Distribution of Hadoop (CDH)
Support Plugin
– MapR Support Plugin
– Ap...
26
TROVE
DATABASE AS A SERVICE
• Kilo
– New Data Stores: DB2, Vertica, and CouchDB
– Classification of stable versus exper...
27
NOVA
VIRTUAL COMPUTE
• Kilo
– Cells V2
– Objects Conversion
– Preparing to Split-out nova-scheduler
– V2.1 API (mainly ...
28
TRIPLE O
DEPLOYMENT
• Kilo
– Stackforge Puppet Module Integration
– Stepwise Deployment
– Improved Validation During De...
29
CEILOMETER
TELEMETRY • Kilo
– Support to add Jitter to Polling Cycles
– API Role-Based Access Controls
– Improved Event...
30
IRONIC
BARE METAL • Kilo
– Proper Modeling of Hardware States
– Micro-versioned API
– Empowered Hardware Drivers
– Inte...
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Whether you are a newbie to OpenStack looking at building your first cloud or an experienced operator with years of OpenStack success behind you, you've probably spent some time wondering what to expect from the OpenStack project over the next several releases. Will it finally support that new capability you've been waiting for? Should you plan for an upgrade in the next 6 months? While the development community is always working and planning new features, its takes a lot of time on IRC to get a complete view across the different projects. The OpenStack Product WG spent time this cycle working with the project teams and PTLs to understand their priorities for the next several OpenStack releases. Where we have always had an understanding of what's to come in the next release, we're hoping to present a long-term view of the future landscape of OpenStack. In this session, we'll present our findings across the different projects in an effort to give users a glimpse into the OpenStack roadmap

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What's Next in OpenStack? A Glimpse At The Roadmap

  1. 1. 1 What’s Next In OpenStack A Glimpse At The Roadmap Data Collected and Presented by the PRODUCT WORKING GROUP
  2. 2. 2 MEET THE PRESENTERS & TEAM Mike Cohen Director of Product Management Cisco Systems @mscohen Product WG Socialization Sub-Team: Raul Flamenco (@flamenco_raul), Independent Steve Gordon (@xsgordon), Red Hat Naren Narendra (@narenhn), Cisco Gavin Pratt (@gavinpratt), HP Brian Rosmaita (@br14nr), Rackspace THANK YOU TO THE PTL/CORE TEAMS FOR YOUR TIME! Geoff Arnold (@geoffarnold), Cisco Carol Barrett, Intel Malini Bhandaru (@maliniKB), Intel Rob Esker (@r3sk3r), NetApp Scott Drennan Principal Product Manager Nuage Networks @dttocs Shamail Tahir Sr. Consultant Technologist EMC @ShamailXD Sean Winn Cloud/Network Architect EMC @seanmwinn
  3. 3. 3 DISCLAIMER: ROADMAPS CHANGE. The information presented here is for information only. It is the authors’ interpretation of information collected and does not represent commitments for features or timelines by the projects or PTLs. As with any open-source project, items proposed by the team can be impacted by number of developers, hurdles, external forces, and change in direction… All decisions for the accepted blueprints/specs will ultimately be at the discretion of the project core teams. We can merely show a snapshot of a point- in-time in the projects’ evolution and the actual “delivery” of items may shift after that point-in- time. We will try our best to keep this snapshot updated. Image Source: Flickr - Grand_Canyon_NPS, CC 2.0
  4. 4. 4 User Committee N+3 members: 3 selected by the board, the TC and an additional nominated representative. An additional N members elected by the user community. Enterprise Focused teams to gather user requirements from segments and represent them Telco / OPNFV Application Ecosystem Large Deployments API Working Group Working Groups to address a particular requirement set. These WGs should have a target set of deliverables and conclude when those are met. Maintenance should be a function of the regular workflows. Logging Ops Tools Monitoring HPC Product Working Group Gather requirements from both sets of WGs (Segment and Requirement Oriented) above in the form of user stories, work with cross-project team to populate blueprints from user stories across projects, work to identify developers to help complete blueprints, communicate with project PTLs and core team to collect feedback on future directions, and compile this data into a multi-release roadmap that is publicly available. Multi-Release Roadmap In summary, facilitate a feedback loop between projects, user community, and working groups.
  5. 5. 5 • Product WG Socialization team distributed the task of obtaining feedback for various projects across its members. • The goal was to figure out what project teams envisioned for the next 18 months of OpenStack. • Each member asked the PTL/core member the same 4 questions (interviews occurred from 02/15 - 04/15): – What are you delivering for Kilo? – What do you plan on delivering for the L cycle? (we understand confidence is lower with time) – What do you plan on delivering for the M cycle? (we understand confidence is lower with time) – How can the Product WG help you/your team? • Raw data available at https://etherpad.openstack.org/p/ProductWG_Roadmap_Glimpse PTL FEEDBACK PROCESS Background on Data Collection Process Note: Some PTLs did change during the last election cycle and the data for all projects was collected prior to the election.
  6. 6. 6 LEVEL OF DETAIL BASED APPROACH Multiple Views of a Multi-Release Roadmap Ground Floor = Original Data Sources (Blueprints/Specs/Raw Data From PTL Conversations)
  7. 7. 7 Nova Neutron Cinder Glance Trove Heat Keyston e Ceilo- meter Swift Oslo Horizon Ironic Manila Sahara Doc Infra QA Release • Roadmap was compiled using feedback from PTLs on directions/items that the project teams are considering for the next few releases. • The roadmap (content and structure) will evolve as the team continues to refine our processes and workflow for helping compiling a multi-release roadmap • This session is called a glimpse at the roadmap, a glimpse is the operating word… detailed feedback (in original form) from the PTLs can be found at: https://etherpad.openstack.org/p/ProductWG_Roadmap_Glimpse • The team started collecting feedback after our inaugural mid- cycle meetup, therefore the project list is not identical to the current set of projects in the OpenStack ‘name space’ (as of Kilo) • We might need to eventually consider multiple roadmap types (one for developers, one for users) STATE OF THE ROADMAP This is a GLIMPSE at the collected data and not the actual multi-release roadmap
  8. 8. 8 30,000 FT OVERVIEWThemes Alignment* - Based on ‘Top 3’ Priorities Data (Slide 1 of 1) *Infra and Doc projects are listed on the detailed roadmap but not on summary view Scalability Increase scale Resiliency Availability or Durability Manageability Operations and UX Modularity Service/Component Modularity Functionality New Features or Enhancements to Existing K L M K L M K L M K L M K L M Nova Neutron Cinder Glance Keystone Heat Swift Trove Ceilometer Horizon Ironic Triple O Sahara Manila Oslo *Infra and Doc projects are listed on the detailed roadmap but not on summary view
  9. 9. 9 10,000 FT OVERVIEWThemes Alignment* - Based on ‘Top 3’ Priorities Data (Slide 1 of 3) *Infra and Doc projects are listed on the detailed roadmap but not on summary view Heat Glance Oslo Swift Neutron Scalability Resiliency Manageability Modularity Kilo Liberty “M” Release Heat (Improved HA) Heat (Convergence) Heat (Auto-Scaling Split) Heat (Upgrades, Templates UX) Functionality Heat (Multi-Region & Cinder V2 Support)Oslo (Versioned Objects) Oslo (Graduate Others) Oslo (Log Standardization) Oslo (Graduate Context) Swift (Erasure Coding, Replication Enhancements) Swift (Encryption at Rest) Swift (Container Sharding) Glance (Multi-Container Swift) Glance (Multiple Operational Enhancements) Glance (TaskFlow Integration) Glance (Separate Config. Files) Glance (Library FE glance_store, Image Conversions, OVF Support) Glance (Upgraded Scrubber) Neutron (Services Split) Neutron (OVS Support Enhancements) Neutron (Full IPv6 Support, Initial V3 API, NFV Focus) Neutron (Continued NFV Focus, Finish V3) Continuation of K+ Continuation of K+ Continuation of K+ Continuation of K+ Continuation of K+ Continuation of L+Continuation of L+Continuation of L+Continuation of L+Continuation of L+ Oslo (Heartbeat for RabbitMQ, Enhanced TaskFlow lib) Oslo (DebtCollector for Depreciation) Oslo (Continue Versioned Object Lib) Oslo (Re-evaluate ZeroMQ Driver)
  10. 10. 10 10,000 FT OVERVIEWThemes Alignment* - Based on ‘Top 3’ Priorities Data (Slide 2 of 3) *Infra and Doc projects are listed on the detailed roadmap but not on summary view Keystone Manila Cinder Sahara Trove Scalability Resiliency Manageability Modularity Kilo Liberty “M” Release Functionality Keystone (Federation, Token Format) Keystone (Hierarchical Multi-Tenancy, enhancements) Keystone (Restructuring Tests) Keystone (Depreciate V2) Continuation of K+ Continuation of K+ Continuation of K+ Continuation of K+ Continuation of K+ Continuation of L+Continuation of L+Continuation of L+Continuation of L+Continuation of L+ Keystone (Identify and Assignment Split) Keystone (Improve Ops UX, Horizon Integration) Keystone (Keystone Middleware) Keystone (Single Sign-On) Keystone (Performance) Cinder (Incremental Backup, NFS Backup Driver, ) Cinder (Rolling Upgrades) Cinder (Multi-Attach, Storage Policies) Cinder (Changing Glance Meta for Boot Vols, New Scheduler Evaluator) Sahara (Plugins, Better Heat Integration) Sahara (UX, Horizon Wizards) Sahara (Stability Improvements) Manila (Plugins, Pools) Manila ([Un]manage, More Network options, Horizon) Manila (More/Robust Tests) Manila (Replace Libs with Oslo Libs) Manila (NDU) Manila (Backup, Replication, More Plugins, Migrate, Resize) Trove (Big Fixes) Trove (Replace older Oslo code with Oslo libs) Trove (Integrate with Ceilometer) Trove (Plugins, Vertical Cluster Support)
  11. 11. 11 10,000 FT OVERVIEWThemes Alignment* - Based on ‘Top 3’ Priorities Data (Slide 3 of 3) *Infra and Doc projects are listed on the detailed roadmap but not on summary view Horizon Triple O Ceilometer Ironic Nova Scalability Resiliency Manageability Modularity Kilo Liberty “M” Release Functionality TripleO (Puppet Integration) Continuation of K+ Continuation of K+ Continuation of K+ Continuation of K+ Continuation of K+ Continuation of L+Continuation of L+Continuation of L+Continuation of L+Continuation of L+ TripleO (Heat Offload for SW Deployment) TripleO (Stability Improvements) Horizon (Scalability) TripleO (Heat Breakpoints) TripleO (Upgrades, UX) TripleO (Kolla Integration) Horizon (Policy File Support, SSO w/ no discovery, Magic Search, Simplify Launch Instance) Horizon (Client Side Conversions) Horizon (Multi-Rack) Horizon (UX) Horizon (Enhanced RBAC) Horizon (UX) Nova (Start Cells V2) Nova (V2.1 API) Nova (No DB DT Upgrades) Ceilometer (Data Model and Storage) Ceilometer (Separate Alarming) Ceilometer (Retire 3rd party w/o CI) Ironic (API Microversioning, Standalone Ironic) Ironic (More Robust HW Drivers, Pluggable Cleaning Steps) Ironic (Logical Names for Host in Smaller Envs) Ironic (State Machine) Ironic (Split Boot and Deploy ints) Ironic (Client side of C/S Version Negotiation, Better Feature Parity in Drivers) Ironic (UX) Nova (Continue Cells V2) Nova (Finish Cells V2)
  12. 12. 12 SPECIFICATIONS PER PROJECT* (PER RELEASE)KS = Kilo-Specs, LS = Liberty-Specs Project Name K L M Project Name K L M Project Name K L M Heat K S L S TBD Keystone KS LS TBD Triple O K S TBD TBD Glance K S L S TBD Manila N A N A TBD Nova K S LS TBD Neutron K S L S TBD Cinder KS LS TBD Ceilometer K S LS TBD Oslo K S L S TBD Sahara KS LS TBD Ironic K S LS TBD Swift K S L S TBD Horizon N A N A TBD Original Format of PTL/Core Team Feedback (“raw data”) https://etherpad.openstack.org/p/ProductWG_Roadmap_Glimpse *30 Foot Views Available in Appendix
  13. 13. 13 You are cordially invited THANK YOU Cross Project Product WG Session (Monday @ 3:40P, Room 212) State Of OpenStack Product Management (Tuesday @ 11:15A, Room 110)
  14. 14. 15 APPENDIX: 30 FT VIEWS (PER PROJECT VIEW)
  15. 15. 16 • Kilo – Template Usability with Template Breakpoints – Enhanced Scalability by Delivering Against The “Convergence” Blueprint – Convergence Observer & Continuous Observer – Convergence Engine – Better “Upgradability” By Adopting Versioned Objects – Multi-Region Support – Keeping Up With APIs (Cinder V2 Support, etc.) – Improved Validation and SW Config Signaling • Liberty – Improved Support for High Availability – Make ‘Autoscaling’ a Separate Project • “M” Release – TBD HEAT Orchestration
  16. 16. 17 • Kilo – Glance swift store using multiple containers – Separate config file for glance-manage – Metadata definition catalog for tags – Refactoring glance logging – Software metadata definitions – Taskflow integration – Operation to deactivate an image in glance – Glance vmware store to support multiple datastores – Pass targets to glance’s policy enforcers – Store-capabilities enhancements – Catalog index service – Reload configuration files on sighup signal – Semver utility for DB storage – Notification support for metadata definitions – Metadata multi-value operators support GLANCE Image Service • Liberty – Update scrubber to spread deletes over time (carryover) – Healthcheck middleware (carryover) – Use oslo-versioned-objets to deal with upgrades (carryover) – HTTPS verification of glance-replicator – Library fronting glance-store – Support image conversion during import – Support OVS artifact – Glance error codes – Continued code stability including glance store – Community-level v2 image sharing – Artifacts Experimental API • “M” Release – TBD
  17. 17. 18 • Kilo – Enable NFV – Nova-network to neutron migration – Continued evolution of services (LBaaS, VPNaaS, FWaaS) – Make neutron scalable operationally – LBaaS API V2.0 • Liberty – Enable NFV (continued) – Full IPv6 support – First implementation of V3 API – BGP support in L3 agent – Neutron functional testing • “M” Release – NFV (continued) – Finalize V3 API NEUTRON NETWORKING
  18. 18. 19 • Kilo – Versioned object support – Graduate oslo context – Drop namespace packages – Heartbeat Mechanism for RabbitMQ driver in Oslo.Messaging – Enhanced TaskFlow Library For Building Workflows into Applications 1st Class Objects – Standardized Depreciation Process via DebtCollector lib OSLO COMMON LIBS • Liberty – Deferred Kilo features – Oslo.log standardization – Code graduation – Investigate Alternative Concurrency Models – Continue work on Versioned Objects Lib • Will be leveraged for rolling upgrade support across projects – Re-evaluate 0MQ driver support for Oslo.Messaging • “M” Release – TBD
  19. 19. 20 • Kilo – Erasure codes – Encryption at rest – Container sharding – Replication improvements – Service tokens – Fast-post • Liberty – Kilo Overflow • “M” Release – TBD SWIFT OBJECT STORE
  20. 20. 21 • Kilo – Workflow Improvements for Sahara – Expanded Support for OpenStack APIs – Domain Administration using Policy Files – Federated Sign-In (SSO w/o Discovery) – Simplified Workflow for “Launch Instance” – Client Side Conversions – Enhanced Search Capabilities (Magic Search) • Liberty – Increase scalability (Multi-rack as target) – Target enhancements to help medium/large installs – Increased RBAC Support – User Experience as a Focus • “M” Release – Scalability as a Focus Area – User Experience as a Focus Area HORIZON USER INTERFACE
  21. 21. 22 • Kilo – Clean Up Keystone to Keystone Federation – Testing Improvements and restructuring – Token Scaling Cleanup (new token format spec) – Implemented Hierarchical Multi-tenancy – Enhancements for splitting Identity and Assignment • Liberty – Middleware Stability – Single Sign-On and Integrate w/ Horizon – Token Improvement • “M” Release – Complete Keystone V3 API – Depreciate Keystone V2 API – Performance Improvements KEYSTONE IDENTITY
  22. 22. 23 • Kilo – NFS and POSIX Backup Drivers – Incremental Backup Support (Swift as Target) – Evaluator, Weighter, and Filter for Volume Scheduling – Rolling Updates Start • Liberty – Glance Image Meta-Data Editing for Boot Volumes – Volume Multi-Attach – Rolling Upgrades Finish – Storage Policies • “M” Release – TBD CINDER PERSISTENT STORAGE
  23. 23. 24 • Kilo – Driver Modes – Network Plugins – Share Manage/Unmanage – Pools Support – Improved Functional Tests and Better Coverage – OpenStack Integration Enhancements – New Drivers: NetApp single v- server, RedHat GlusterFS with Ganesha support for NFS, EMC Isilon, Hadoop Distributed File- System, HDS Scale-Out Platform, HP 3PAR, Huawei OceanStor, IBM GPFS with Ganesha support for NFS, Oracle ZFS storage appliance, Quobyte NFS MANILA FILE SHARES • Liberty – Support for Non-Disruptive Upgrades – Requirement for CI from all vendors – Share resize, migrate, retype, backup, and replication – Access Groups – Yet more drivers • “M” Release – TBD
  24. 24. 25 SAHARA ELASTIC DATA PROCESSING • Kilo – Cloudera Distribution of Hadoop (CDH) Support Plugin – MapR Support Plugin – Apache Storm Support Plugin – Better Integration with Heat • Liberty – UX Improvements (e.g. Wizard for Sahara pages) – Stability Improvements • “M” Release – TBD
  25. 25. 26 TROVE DATABASE AS A SERVICE • Kilo – New Data Stores: DB2, Vertica, and CouchDB – Classification of stable versus experimental data stores (based on test coverage) – Removing depreciated Oslo code and moving to official Oslo libraries – Significant Bug Fixes (20-30% of team) – Master-Slave Replication Based Upon Global ID • Liberty – Expand Cluster API (more parameter support) – Add Support for MySQL Clustering – Start Normalizing Test Coverage Across Data Stores • “M” Release – Ceilometer Integration (Monitoring) – Barbican Integration (Encrypted Backup Support)
  26. 26. 27 NOVA VIRTUAL COMPUTE • Kilo – Cells V2 – Objects Conversion – Preparing to Split-out nova-scheduler – V2.1 API (mainly for better improvement path in the future) – Functional Testing Improvements – Nova-network to Neutron Migration – Bug Squashing – CI Improvements • Liberty – Continue work on Cells V2 – No-downtime DB Upgrades • “M” Release – Finish Cells V2
  27. 27. 28 TRIPLE O DEPLOYMENT • Kilo – Stackforge Puppet Module Integration – Stepwise Deployment – Improved Validation During Deployment • Liberty – Focus on Upgrades – Improved Stability – Support More Use Cases in Production – Further Discussion at Liberty Design Summit • “M” Release – TBD on
  28. 28. 29 CEILOMETER TELEMETRY • Kilo – Support to add Jitter to Polling Cycles – API Role-Based Access Controls – Improved Event Support – Improved Pipeline Publishing – Additional Meters – IPv6 Support – Gnocchi Dispatch Support for ceilometer-collector – Self-Disabled Pollster Mechanism • Liberty – Continued Adoption of Gnocchi Project – Begin to Split Ceilometer Elements – Focus on Alarming • “M” Release – Explore Removing non-tested components – Reduce/Remove Niche Architecture Dependencies
  29. 29. 30 IRONIC BARE METAL • Kilo – Proper Modeling of Hardware States – Micro-versioned API – Empowered Hardware Drivers – Integrated ironic-python-agent Deployment RAM Agent – Hardware Introspection In/Out-of-Band – Pluggable Erasure of Nodes – Logical Node Naming – Stand-alone Installation Modules • Liberty – Completion of State Machine – Split Boot and Deploy Interfaces – Complete Client-Side Version Negotiation • “M” Release – Additional Feature Coverage Across Hardware Drivers

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