OpenStack
Cloud Management Platform

Heidi Bretz
Director Business Development, OpenStack Foundation
@heidiscoop
OpenStack Cloud Platform

OpenStack
Software

Tools
Services
Software

2

Private clouds
Public clouds
Broad Support and Contribution

269
Companies

CUMULATIVE
CONTRIBUTORS

1,633
3

Members: 24 Total
Sponsors: 48 Total
Supp...
Foundation members in over 1000 cities

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Developers in over 400 cities

5
Jakarta, Indonesia – July 9
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Known deployments in over 200 cities

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Developer Interest & Commitment to Platform
Average of 357+ unique contributors per month!

www.olah.net

8
High Engagement = Rapid Innovation

9
http://www.indeed.com/jobanalytics
10
Platinum & Gold Members
Innovative Ecosystem

8

11
New Gold Members
Innovative Ecosystem

12
Diverse Use Cases
User Footprint

13
Shutterstock Uses OpenStack
User Footprint

Challenges: low latency, workflow, culture
Goals: resilient, dev centric, api ...
Concur Uses OpenStack
User Footprint

Private cloud run by OpenStack through
Object Storage offering
OpenStack Benefits: C...
PayPal Uses OpenStack
User Footprint

“We needed agility without
sacrificing availability. By
leveraging the collective
in...
Bloomberg, Comcast, Best Buy
User Footprint

http://www.openstack.org/summit/portland-2013/session-videos/
17
What Do Enterprises like about OpenStack?
Faster
‣ If software development, data analytics, or running
application infrast...
19
OpenStack Foundation Focus for 2014
Interop
- Define baseline functionality for OpenStack clouds
- Develop tests for OpenS...
Training Marketplace

21
Empowered Users Make OpenStack Better
User Footprint

http://bit.ly/guidevideo

Authors with experience
operating OpenStac...
OpenStack Operations Guide V2 – “Havana”

Coming April 2014
23
OpenStack Ambassador Program
1. Enhance communication
- Gather insights into regional activities
- Help spread key message...
OpenStack User Survey

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•

•
•

25

Promoted September 9th – September 30th, 2013
More than 805 total respondents (includ...
User and Deployment Survey

26
User and Deployment Survey

27
User and Deployment Survey

28
29
30
Get Involved!!!
www.openstack.org/user-survey

www.opentack.org/join

www.openstack.org/wiki/getting started

31
Thank you
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  • In July 2010 Openstack launched with 20 contributors, two projects and 25 supporting companies. Since then it’s grown into a global community with 1600 contributors, 9 projects, four in incubation and In April we release our 9th version of OpenStack called Havana910 contributors to Havana; a more than 70% increase from Grizzly releaseTop Contributors by EmployerCanonical,Dreamhost, eNovance, HP, IBM, Intel, Mirantis, OpenStack Foundation, Rackspace, Red Hat,SUSE, Yahoo!Total Number of FeaturesApproximately 392 new features; 32% increase in the total lines of code from April to September Patches MergedOver 20,000 commits merged during Havana cycleTesting On average, deploying an OpenStack cloud for testing 700 times per daywe release a brand new fully integrated, fully tested, enterprise –grade version of all of the OpenStack components every six months regardless of the number of projects. We have 60+ user groups over 40 countries
  • members
  • In terms of visits to our website France is 5th and UK and Germany are in the top 10. Contributions to Havana – Enovance
  • customers
  • Broad industry support
  • Aptira is a services business that focuses primarily on consulting, integration and training for OpenStack. Aptira has been instrumental in building the OpenStack community in Australia and India by organizing user groups and offering training courses.Hitachi’s JP1 systems management solution supports OpenStack, and they’ve contributed support for their Hitachi Storage platform for OpenStack Block Storage. The company also sponsors community building efforts in Japan, including an OpenStack event happening in Tokyo, February 2014.Huawei is a top 20 OpenStack contributor that has contributed a Block Storage driver to support Huawei storage solutions, as well as made broader contributions to OpenStack documentation and testing systems. Huawei has supported community building efforts in China, including organizing meet ups and conferences, publishing whitepapers and blogs, and sponsoring and promoting the Summit this week.
  • Includes: Argonne, AT&T, Best Buy, Bloomberg, Bluebox, CERN, Cisco WebEx, Cloudwatt, Comcast, Concur, Deutsche Telecom, eBay, eNovance, Fidelity, Hitachi, HP, Huawei, Intel, NASA, Nectar, PayPal, Rackspace Hosting, SDSC, Shutterstock, Sina, Sony Computer Entertainment, vmware, Wikimedia, Yahoo!
  • Key themes come forward:powerdevs. To easily and QUICKLY build and deploy new peoducts and features. Give them an API and get out of their way.Modularity and flexibility of the platform – runs on any hardware, can you any parts or all together and that the future is determine by a broad community, not one companyLike that they have access to the code and can enable their developers with and Api – remove all the roadblocks and see what they can do.Many of the technologies in their datacenter are already supportedHave control over their destinyDeep engagement of other users that might look like them
  •  The Foundation is planning to offer a baseline level certification that will provide a common target for training curriculum. We are kicking off the effort now with a Training Working Group made up of volunteers in the community and from companies participating in the Training Marketplace to develop the certification test and help get it distributed in training centers globally.We expect companies in the ecosystem will continue to offer specialized and value-add certifications on top of the baseline-level cert.We’ll have more details to share about OpenStack Certification from the Foundation next year.
  • Havana" version of the same book (OpenStack OperationsGuide), but this time published by O'Reilly approx April 2014.Cover shot here:http://shop.oreilly.com/product/0636920032625.do"This book contains best practice information on how to design andoperate OpenStack Clouds. So far, it's stood the test of time -everywhere we go in the world, great feedback. However, we wrote it withFolsom in mind, and since then we've learned more and there are newOpenStack services. So stay tuned, for the new version of the OpenStackOperations Guide."Backstory for you:before we started on the Operations Guide, we approached O'Reilly aboutpublishing it. They weren't interested (since they thought they had anexisting author who was making such a book - false, of course), so weself-published and got thousands of downloads on day 1.
  • ‣822 responses – about 400 deployments
  • A Note from the OpenStack Foundation - Heidi Bretz

    1. 1. OpenStack Cloud Management Platform Heidi Bretz Director Business Development, OpenStack Foundation @heidiscoop
    2. 2. OpenStack Cloud Platform OpenStack Software Tools Services Software 2 Private clouds Public clouds
    3. 3. Broad Support and Contribution 269 Companies CUMULATIVE CONTRIBUTORS 1,633 3 Members: 24 Total Sponsors: 48 Total Supporters: 197 Total AVERAGE MONTHLY CONTRIBUTORS 375 INDIVIDUAL MEMBERS (Members + Sponsors + Supporters) ECOSYSTEM SIZE Innovative Ecosystem 12,306 TOP 10 Countries PATCHES MERGED 20,000+ Havana Release – Six Months 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) United States China India Great Britain Australia 6) France 7) Russia 8) Canada 9) Ireland 10) Germany
    4. 4. Foundation members in over 1000 cities 4
    5. 5. Developers in over 400 cities 5
    6. 6. Jakarta, Indonesia – July 9 6
    7. 7. Known deployments in over 200 cities 7
    8. 8. Developer Interest & Commitment to Platform Average of 357+ unique contributors per month! www.olah.net 8
    9. 9. High Engagement = Rapid Innovation 9
    10. 10. http://www.indeed.com/jobanalytics 10
    11. 11. Platinum & Gold Members Innovative Ecosystem 8 11
    12. 12. New Gold Members Innovative Ecosystem 12
    13. 13. Diverse Use Cases User Footprint 13
    14. 14. Shutterstock Uses OpenStack User Footprint Challenges: low latency, workflow, culture Goals: resilient, dev centric, api driven OpenStack Benefits: incredible community support, building against an api, everyone can read code/power of open source, allows for systems and integrations with persistent as well as ephemeral data 14 “…A lot of the needs that we have are solved by OpenStack that provides us an environment that we can create a superuseable cloud for developers but at the same point help us alleviate certain constraints that come from having an application that’s been around since precloud days.” Chris Fisher, VP of Technical Operations, Shutterstock
    15. 15. Concur Uses OpenStack User Footprint Private cloud run by OpenStack through Object Storage offering OpenStack Benefits: Cost savings at scale, balanced performance, transparency/open code, global clusters built in – disaster tolerance 15 Dan Wilson, Sr. Manager, Global Infrastructure Architecture, Concur
    16. 16. PayPal Uses OpenStack User Footprint “We needed agility without sacrificing availability. By leveraging the collective innovation of the OpenStack community, we can develop and grow our private cloud much quicker without having to reinvent anything.” Processed more than $26,000 in mobile payments every minute in 2012 OpenStack runs thousands of VMs to support their self-service developer model Internal team manages deployment and operations, using OpenStack Compute, Storage & Shared Services 16 Saran Mandair, senior director of infrastructure engineering, PayPal
    17. 17. Bloomberg, Comcast, Best Buy User Footprint http://www.openstack.org/summit/portland-2013/session-videos/ 17
    18. 18. What Do Enterprises like about OpenStack? Faster ‣ If software development, data analytics, or running application infrastructure is strategic for your business, OpenStack is the platform that will accelerate time to value Flexible ‣ Plugin architecture and broad support from leading technology companies mean OpenStack works with many of the components you already have in your datacenter Community ‣ Extremely large and diverse community that follows open and mature processes for delivering innovation and new capabilities 18
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    20. 20. OpenStack Foundation Focus for 2014 Interop - Define baseline functionality for OpenStack clouds - Develop tests for OpenStack products Education - Grow the number or training classes and materials available in the market - Define initial certification programs and testing Better Connections & Insights - Collect and expose more community data - Facilitate sharing of information (such as user requirements) across different the community Empowering Users - Strengthen user voice, including operators and end user app developers - Create a clearer path to adoption 20
    21. 21. Training Marketplace 21
    22. 22. Empowered Users Make OpenStack Better User Footprint http://bit.ly/guidevideo Authors with experience operating OpenStack came from all over the world to Austin, Texas to write a book in just 5 days! 22
    23. 23. OpenStack Operations Guide V2 – “Havana” Coming April 2014 23
    24. 24. OpenStack Ambassador Program 1. Enhance communication - Gather insights into regional activities - Help spread key messages and make connections 2. Increase contributor to activities related to localisation, such as translation and documentation 3. Increase quality of user groups and drive OpenStack adoption 24 www.openstack.org/blog/2013/08/ambassador-program-specifics/
    25. 25. OpenStack User Survey • • • • 25 Promoted September 9th – September 30th, 2013 More than 805 total respondents (including updates from March/April survey) ~400 deployments catalogued Survey conducted by the OpenStack User Committee and Foundation Staff
    26. 26. User and Deployment Survey 26
    27. 27. User and Deployment Survey 27
    28. 28. User and Deployment Survey 28
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    30. 30. 30
    31. 31. Get Involved!!! www.openstack.org/user-survey www.opentack.org/join www.openstack.org/wiki/getting started 31
    32. 32. Thank you

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