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Boris Renski: OpenStack Summit Keynote Austin 2016

We tend to split the cloud world today into just two paradigms - public and private. Public works. Private doesn’t…. Or so says Gartner. Let’s compare side by side.

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Boris Renski: OpenStack Summit Keynote Austin 2016

  1. 1. Cloud Recipe: 1 Part OpenStack, 9 Parts Something Else
  2. 2. Failure to change the operational model Doing too little Failure to change funding model Doing too much Focusing on the wrong benefits Using the wrong technologies Something else Nothing is going wrong Problems encountered by 95% of private clouds
  3. 3. Failure to change the operational model Problems encountered by 95% of private clouds
  4. 4. Public Cloud Software Cloud Tenants Operations Team Private Cloud Software Cloud Tenants Operations Team DevOps Ninjas VMware Sysadmins
  5. 5. Problems encountered by 95% of private clouds Doing too little
  6. 6. Can I get access? File a Jira ticket and we’ ll setup a tenant for you. It’s asking me how many VMs I’ll need and for how long… I don’t know. How else are we supposed to know how much to bill your budget? Isn’t it supposed to be metered in real time? We’ll invest in implementing that after we know that people are using the cloud. Let me know when you do. I’ll use public cloud for now.
  7. 7. Problems encountered by 95% of private clouds Failure to change the operational model PEOPLE Doing too little PROCESSFailure to change funding model PROCESS Doing too much PROCESS Focusing on the wrong benefits PROCESS Using the wrong technologies
  8. 8. Success with OpenStack is 1 part technology and 9 parts people and process.
  9. 9. Public Private
  10. 10. Public Private
  11. 11. Amazon Web Services ~10bn Datacenter Infrastructure & Virtualization ~130bn Worldwide IT Spending ~3.5 Trillion

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