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User and Deployment of OpenStack survey conducted during March 2013

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Havana survey results-final

  1. 1. Openstack User CommitteeHavana SummitTim Bell, Ryan Lane, JC Martinuser‐committee@lists.openstack.org
  2. 2. Initial committee scope• Define bylaws [1]• Define users• Present user needs• Present aggregate stats• Expand user group structures
  3. 3. Committee Structure
  4. 4. Users
  5. 5. Consumer
  6. 6. Operator
  7. 7. Ecosystem Partner
  8. 8. Distribution Provideror Application Vendor
  9. 9. Current status• Initial members selected (with NDA signed)• Mailing list created [2]• Structure being defined [1]• Collecting data with foundation• Conducted an initial user survey
  10. 10. Strategic priorities for 2013• Complete formation• Expand membership• Form comprehensive view of community• Set up communication pathways• Provide metrics
  11. 11. References1. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1yD8TfqUik2dt5xo_jMVHMl7tw9oIJnEndLK8YqEToyo/edit2. user‐committee@lists.openstack.org
  12. 12. 414 survey responses16%7%8%4%11%17%37%More than 10,000 employees5,001 to 10,000 employees1,001 to 5,000 employees501 to 1,000 employees101 to 500 employees21‐100 employees1‐20 employeesCompany SizeInformation Technology 60%Academic / Research 15%Telecommunication 10%IndustriesGovernment / Defense 3%CC Icons http://vathanx.deviantart.com/175 29 28 23 18Country12410077151ServiceProviderEcosystemVendorCloudConsumerCloudOperatorType of Involvement
  13. 13. Common Further Enhancements• Simplify installation and configuration process• Rolling migrations with N‐1 compatibility• Documentation–archive old content, end‐user guide, problem guide, …• Security such as SSL options everywhere• Horizon lacks latest feature support, admin functionality and more attractive theme• High availability out‐of‐the‐box for OpenStack components and VM restart• Active Directory integration
  14. 14. Foundation Priorities• Ensure compatibility across different implementations• Stability/Hardening of existing functionality• Establish certification program• Encourage training for different skill sets• Support user groups, especially outside U.S.
  15. 15. 197 DeploymentsType35HostedPrivate 15Hybrid37Public106On PremisePrivateTrunk8%Grizzly15%Folsom47%Essex25%Diablo5%Version849294Production Proof ofConceptDev/QAStage1349494896646DashboardObject StorageSnapshotting to new imagesLive MigrationEC2 Compatibility APIS3 Compatibility APIFeatures1811711691531471211032016NovaGlanceKeystoneHorizonQuantumCinderSwiftCeilometerHeatComponents
  16. 16. KVM71%ESX8%Xen8%Xenserver5%Lxc 5%Hyperv 3%Other29%HypervisorsLVM36%NFS19%Ceph RBD13% Netapp10%GlusterFS8%SAN/HP 5%Windows 4%EMC 3%Solidfire 2%Other32%Open Vswitch39%Linux Bridge31%Cisco11%Hyper‐v5%Nicira5%Brocade 3%Ryu 2%big switch 2%NEC 2%Other19%Storage DriversNetwork DriversSQL55%LDAP34% PAM8%KVS3%Other 11%Identity Drivers1506233JSON XML BothAPI FormatDetailed Features
  17. 17. Nova Scale of 98 Non POC Deployments1‐100 52%101‐50018% 501‐1,000 8%1,001‐5,000 8%5,000‐10,000  3%> 10,000  6%Unspecified 5%Other30%Instances1‐50 71%51‐100 8%101‐500 9%501‐1,000  2%>1,000  4%unspecified6%Other29%nodes1‐100 51%101‐500 21% 501‐1,000 4%1,001‐5,000 12%5,001‐10,000 3%>10,000 4%unspecified5%Other16%cores
  18. 18. 0‐10 49%11‐100 19%100‐500 5%More than 500 5%unspecified22%Other10%Cinder Scale of 59 Non POC DeploymentsTeraBytes of block storage
  19. 19. Swift Scale of 47 Non POC Deployments0‐10 43%11‐100 15%100‐500 8%> 500 11%unspecified23%TeraBytes of object storage1‐10,000 40%10,001To 100,000 13%100,001 to1 million 9%1 M to 100 M4%100M to 500 M4%unspecified30%Other17%Number of objects
  20. 20. Survey is still opened:https://www.openstack.org/user-surveySurvey discussions on:user-committee@lists.openstack.org

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