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From Community to Enterprise and Back Again! Chris Wright, Red Hat

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About: Chris has spent most of his career in Open Source and Open Standards to develop mission critical enterprise solutions for customers around the world. In this session, you will learn from his experience what Red Hat’s perspective is on the current state of affairs in the OpenStack community and the path we see ahead that Red Hat is putting its efforts in. You will also learn about industry specific use cases such as Telco and FSI that are major influencers for the direction of OpenStack based on Red Hat’s customer interactions. OpenStack is not a product that tries to solve any one business problem in particular, but a technology that aims to be usable for many – what are the required steps to make sure that your enterprise is ready for the OpenStack transformation.

Speaker Bio: Chris Wright – CTO, Red Hat

Chris Wright is Vice President and Chief Technologist at Red Hat where he is leading engineers who work on cloud computing, distributed storage, software defined networking and network functions virtualization, containers, machine learning, and continuous delivery. During his more than 20 years as a software engineer he has worked in the telecom industry on high availability and distributed systems and in the Linux industry on security, virtualization, and networking. He has been a Linux developer for over 15 years, most of that time spent deep in the Linux kernel.

He is passionate about open source software serving as the foundation for next generation IT systems. He lives in sunny Portland, Oregon where he is happily working with open source projects such as OpenDaylight, Open vSwitch, OPNFV, OpenStack, Open Container Initiative, and Cloud Native Computing Foundation. Chris is currently a board member of OpenDaylight and OPNFV.

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From Community to Enterprise and Back Again! Chris Wright, Red Hat

  1. 1. Chris Wright VP & Chief Technologist May 5, 2016 From Community to Enterprise and Back Again!
  2. 2. Different demands, same journey I.T. MUST EVOLVE
  3. 3. Most important contributions over the next three years That’s why all industries are becoming digital businesses. Source: Driving Digital Transformation: New Skills for Leaders, New Role for the CIO, Harvard Business Review Analytic Services, sponsored by Red Hat, 2015. Drive business innovation through IT Manage security and risk Establish architectures to support digital
  4. 4. I.T. MUST EVOLVE Culture and process as important as technology TECHNOLOGYPROCESSCULTUREMINDSET
  5. 5. 5
  6. 6. NEW SUCCESS METRICS FOR THE C.I.O. Agility to respond fast High customer satisfaction Confidence to deliver
  7. 7. AGILITY
  8. 8. 8
  9. 9. 9
  10. 10. SPECIALIZATION
  11. 11. SUPPLY CHAIN
  12. 12. CUSTOMER SATISFACTION PERFORMANCE FEATURES EXPERIENCE
  13. 13. CONFIDENCE TO DELIVER ELASTICITYSECURITYPERFORMANCEAVAILABILITY SCALE
  14. 14. INFRASTRUCTURE FOR THE DIGITAL BUSINESS Agile and responsive Streamlined and automated Elastic and scalable Utility-like Sharing of standardized resources Specialized and abstracted Self-service and automation Managed, policy driven, and always on
  15. 15. IT'S ABOUT APPS
  16. 16. NEEDS CAPACITY
  17. 17. AND SOMETHING IN BETWEEN
  18. 18. CLOUD AS A DISTRIBUTED COMPUTER
  19. 19. PERSPECTIVES MATTER
  20. 20. THE IDEAL CLOUD The ideal cloud offers the ability to easily provide, maintain and consume many services on shared infrastructure(s). ● Instant access to runtimes and services ● Seamless resiliency and scale ● Control over state and changes ● Insights and ability to act on application ● Environment independence ● High degree of automation ● Robust, unified operational model ● Maximum utilization ● Easily maintain compliance and security ● Insight and ability to act across the stack ● Ability to offer environment choices ● Maintain infrastructure without affecting applications
  21. 21. MAKING IT REAL
  22. 22. WHY CONTAINERS? VS
  23. 23. WHAT'S WRONG WITH VIRTUAL MACHINES
  24. 24. VIRTUAL MACHINES IN A CLOUD
  25. 25. COMPLEXITY Software engineering is the part of computer science which is too difficult for the computer scientist. Friedrich Bauer “ ”
  26. 26. FLEXIBILITY Any color so long as it's black. Henry Ford “ ”
  27. 27. CONTAINERS TO THE RESCUE
  28. 28. CONTAINERS ARE AN O.S. TECHNOLOGY
  29. 29. WHAT CONTAINERS DELIVER OPERATIONS SPECIALIZATION through separation of concerns HIGHER QUALITY OUTCOMES through automation RADICALLY BETTER EFFICIENCY through standardization
  30. 30. INTEROPERABILITY THROUGH OPEN STANDARDS
  31. 31. CONTAINER ORCHESTRATION Kubernetes An open source cluster manager for containers ● Cluster manager ● Application composer ● Connect compute, networking and storage ● Scheduler and deployment workflows ● State manager Source: https://www.openstack.org/assets/survey/April- 2016-User-Survey-Report.pdf ● Cluster manager ● Application composer ● Connect compute, networking and storage ● Scheduler and deployment workflows ● State manager
  32. 32. OPENSHIFT BY RED HAT
  33. 33. DEPLOYMENT AUTOMATION MANUAL CHANGE CODE CHANGE CONFIG CHANGE IMAGE CHANGE
  34. 34. SECURITY IS DEFINED WITHIN CONTAINERS
  35. 35. REDEFINING SPECIALIZATION
  36. 36. CONTAINERS ON OPENSTACK ● Heat provides a path to opinionated deployment on OpenStack. ● Neutron provides each OpenShift node a floating IP and handles load balancing (LBaaS V1). ● OpenShift flannel networking in “host only” mode – using Neutron for cross-mode transport. ● Cinder provides storage for masters, nodes, and registry. ● Designate, Octavia, Manila integration in future.
  37. 37. OPEN HYBRID CLOUD
  38. 38. WHAT DOES IT ALL MEAN? Agility to respond fast Confidence to deliver High customer satisfaction With containers AND OpenStack, you get:
  39. 39. THANK YOU plus.google.com/+RedHat youtube.com/user/RedHatVideos facebook.com/redhatinc twitter.com/RedHatNewslinkedin.com/company/red-hat

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