OpenStack: The Linux of Cloud hosted by LPI

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Answers the question "What is OpenStack?" for LPI in August 2013.

Video Replay from webinar can be found here: http://www.lpi.org/whatisopenstack

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  • The same model applies to networking and storage, too. But lets look at how businesses are actually consuming OpenStack through automation.
  • More than 10k members! You should join!Of the total contributors, 800-900 are still active, which shows that people stick around.Even had downloads from Antarctica!
  • We’re also deleting hundreds of thousands of lines as wellEg last 12 months:Added 2,936,791 linesRemoved 1,594,506
  • We’re planning for 4000 in Hong Kong.
  • OpenStack Started with a technical meritocracy…. It’s still there, ensrined in the governence so it will never die.== Open Source ==We are committed to creating truly open source software that is usable and scalable. Truly open source software is not feature or performance limited and is not crippled. There will be no "Enterprise Edition". We use the Apache License, 2.0.== Open Design =='''We are committed to an open design process.''' Every six months the development community holds a design summit to gather requirements and write specifications for upcoming release. The design summits, which are '''open to the public''', include users, developers, and upstream projects. We gather requirements and produce an approved roadmap used to guide development for the next six months.== Open Development ==We maintain a publicly available source code repository through the entire development process. We do public code reviews. We have public roadmaps. This makes participation simpler, allows users to follow the development process and participate in QA at an early stage.== Open Community ==One of our core goals is to maintain a healthy, vibrant developer and user community. Most decisions are made using a lazy consensus model. All processes are documented, open and transparent.http://wiki.openstack.org/Open
  • To get started from a hardware standpoint you will need a minimum of three servers: one controller and two compute nodes. That would provide you with bare-minimum sandbox/proof of concept environment. The image on this slide depicts the standard structure for a Rackspace Private Cloud deployment whether in your datacenter or ours.
  • OpenStack: The Linux of Cloud hosted by LPI

    1. 1. OpenStack: The Linux of Cloud Scott Sanchez Director of Strategy @scottsanchez Niki Acosta Cloud Evangelista @nikiacosta
    2. 2. OpenStack? What is
    3. 3. More than… …cloud infrastructure software …a global open source community …a collaboration among technology vendors
    4. 4. The platform ecosystem for the cloud ‣ Different than other cloud software or services ‣ Creates the most value for users
    5. 5. OpenStack Mission To produce the ubiquitous open source cloud computing platform that will meet the needs of public and private clouds regardless of size, by being simple to implement and massively scalable.
    6. 6. OpenStack Founders – The Story
    7. 7. Three years in… ‣ Expanded scope now includes Compute, Storage, Networking, Shared Services and emerging Integrated projects ‣ OpenStack has public clouds in more cities than Amazon has regions ‣ Major private cloud users at Best Buy, Bloomberg, Comcast, Fidelity, PayPal, Sony and more ‣ OpenStack has become the center of cloud innovation – more than 1,000 developers, supported by major IT companies
    8. 8. So how does it work?
    9. 9. PRETEND THIS IS A SERVER
    10. 10. OpenStack Cloud Platform Technology Platform Code available under Apache 2.0 license. Design tenets – scale & elasticity, share nothing & distribute everything
    11. 11. Compute Provision and manage large pools of on-demand computing resources Object Storage Petabytes of reliable storage on standard gear Block Storage Volumes on commodity storage gear, and drivers for more advanced systems like IBM, EMC, HP, Red Hat/Gluster, Ceph/RBD, NetApp, SolidFire, and Nexenta Networking Software defined networking automation with pluggable backends Dashboard Self-service, role-based web interface for users and administrators Shared Services Multi-tenant authentication system that ties to existing stores (e.g. LDAP), Image Service OpenStack Capabilities Technology Platform
    12. 12. OpenStack Logical Architecture
    13. 13. Automating your applications 19 What can you automate? • Infrastructure and provisioning, configuration • Complete application testing • End-to-end application deployment • Deep application monitoring and pro/re-active response (i.e. scaling)
    14. 14. Why is true automation possible now?
    15. 15. How does this help me?
    16. 16. Time-Based Release Cycle New software release every six months, with interim milestones – 7 releases so far, current is “Grizzly” Twice Yearly Design Summits Immediately following software release to plan next version Sessions led by developers and Project Technical Leads Broad Contributions 1000 developers, from over 50 companies worldwide Elected Leadership Developers elect their own Project Technical Leaders – a true meritocracy Open Development Process Technology Platform
    17. 17. Fastest Growing Global Open Source Community COMPANIES TOTAL CONTRIBUTORS CONTRIBUTORS IN JULY 2013 CODE CONTRIBUTIONS 1,345 328 74,262 231 10,573 INDIVIDUAL MEMBERS COUNTRIES 125 As of August 2013 LINES OF CODE 1,405,835
    18. 18. Platinum & Gold Members Innovative Ecosystem 8
    19. 19. Global Community Countries with members
    20. 20. Developer Growth Contributors per month (ohloh)
    21. 21. 1 Million+ Lines of Code Lines of code (ohloh)
    22. 22. Ecosystem Growth Participating Companies 0 50 100 150 200 250 Launch Austin Bexar Cactus Diablo Essex 2-year anniversary Grizzly
    23. 23. Summit Attendee Growth 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 Austin San Antonio Santa Clara Boston San Francisco San Diego Portland
    24. 24. Diverse Use Cases User Footprint
    25. 25. http://www.openstack.org/summit/portland-2013/session-videos/ Bloomberg, Comcast, Best Buy User Footprint
    26. 26. Core Values Remain We’re keeping sacred what has made OpenStack so successful Open source is essential to unlock the value of cloud computing Four opens: Open Design Open Development Open Community Open Source
    27. 27. On the horizon New projects & functionality, but also focus on stability and maturity Orchestration and Metering become integrated in Havana DBaaS and Bare Metal currently Incubated projects Focus on education and talent development New Operations and Security Guides Ecosystem and community discussions to accelerate training and certification Reaching application developers
    28. 28. What is Rackspace doing with OpenStack?
    29. 29. The best fit for each application DEDICATED HOSTING PRIVATE CLOUD ON / OFF PREMISE PUBLIC CLOUD YOUR BUSINESS APPLICATIONS IDEAL FOR: STABLE WORKLOADS, SECURITY & PERFORMANCE IDEAL FOR: LEGACY APPS & BARE- METAL PERFORMANCE IDEAL FOR: UNPREDICTABLE, SPIK Y WORKLOADS “Own the base, rent the spike.”
    30. 30. Standard Rackspace Private Cloud Architecture
    31. 31. Rackspace Private Cloud is FREE and Open Source! http://rackspace.com/cloud/private/ Download it today!
    32. 32. OpenStack.org/Join the revolution
    33. 33. Hong Kong Summit November 5-8, 2013 – Hong Kong! Book your travel early, room blocks are filling up! More details at openstack.org/summit
    34. 34. Niki Acosta niki.acosta@rackspace.com @nikiacosta Scott Sanchez scott.sanchez@rackspace.com @scottsanchez
    35. 35. OpenStack The platform ecosystem for the cloud

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