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OpenStackThe platform ecosystem for the cloudJonathan BryceExecutive Director, OpenStack Foundation@jbryce
3OpenStack?What is
4More than……cloud infrastructure software…a global open source community…a collaboration among technology vendors
5The platform ecosystem for the cloud‣ Different than other cloud software or services‣ Creates the most value for users
Platform Ecosystems:How do they work?
7INNOVATIVEECOSYSTEMGLOBAL USERFOOTPRINTTECHNOLOGYPLATFORMPlatform Ecosystems – Three Forces
8800,000+ apps106 carriers500,000,000+ devices113 countriesiOSApple
9800,000+ apps95 carriers44 device makers750,000,000 devices104 countriesAndroidAndroid
11ToolsServicesSoftwarePrivate cloudsPublic cloudsOpenStackSoftwareOpenStack
12OpenStack Cloud PlatformTechnology PlatformCode available under Apache 2.0 license. Design tenets– scale & elasticity, s...
13ComputeProvision and manage large pools of on-demandcomputing resourcesObject Storage Petabytes of reliable storage on s...
14Time-Based Release CycleNew software release every six months, with interim milestonesTwice Yearly Design SummitsImmedia...
1515ECOSYSTEMSIZE(Members+Sponsors+Supporters)CUMULATIVECONTRIBUTORSAVERAGE MONTHLYCONTRIBUTORSPATCHESMERGED998 230 7,260(...
16Platinum & Gold MembersInnovative Ecosystem8
17‣ Every datacenter‣ Every server‣ Every network device‣ Every storage systemOpenStack’s Goal: Change ITUser Footprint
18‣ Every datacenter‣ Every server‣ Every network device‣ Every storage system‣ Every silly cat photoOpenStack’s Goal: Cha...
19Diverse Use CasesUser Footprint
20Processed more than $26,000 in mobilepayments every minute in 2012OpenStack runs thousands of VMs tosupport their self-s...
21Cloud at NSA is all about big data,Wanted to drastically reduce barriers andtime to go from idea to capabilityGenerally ...
228,000 Employees, provide IT supportfor over 120 Russian and overseascompanies.Operate 3 datacenters with 5000+ServersWor...
23Intel IT supports more than 75,000servers in 69 data centersAnd more than 91,000 employees whoconnect to Intel resources...
24http://www.openstack.org/summit/portland-2013/session-videos/Bloomberg, Comcast, Best BuyUser Footprint
25Authors with experienceoperating OpenStack camefrom all over the world toAustin, Texas to write abook in just 5 days!htt...
26 230+ Pages in 5 days. Written by experiencedOpenStack operators. In less than a week ofpublication, the book wasdown...
27OpenStack?Who is behind
28Protecting, Empowering, and Promoting OpenStack softwareand the community around it, including users, developers and the...
29Provide a permanent legal home for OpenStack, with broadindustry support and the resources to support OpenStack’ssuccess...
30Expecting 4000+ in Hong Kong: November 5-8, 2013OpenStack Summit Attendee Growth050010001500200025003000AustinJuly2010Sa...
31 http://www.ohloh.net/p/compare?project_0=OpenStack&project_1=Apache+CloudStack&project_2=EucalyptusDeveloper Interest &...
32http://www.ohloh.net/p/compare?project_0=CloudStack&project_1=OpenStack&project_2=Apache+CloudStackMore than doubled num...
33Developer Interest = Rapid Innovation
34Open platform‣ Community-driven innovation‣ Technology accessible in many ways: hourly, appliance,distribution, DIYEmpow...
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    2. 2. OpenStackThe platform ecosystem for the cloudJonathan BryceExecutive Director, OpenStack Foundation@jbryce
    3. 3. 3OpenStack?What is
    4. 4. 4More than……cloud infrastructure software…a global open source community…a collaboration among technology vendors
    5. 5. 5The platform ecosystem for the cloud‣ Different than other cloud software or services‣ Creates the most value for users
    6. 6. Platform Ecosystems:How do they work?
    7. 7. 7INNOVATIVEECOSYSTEMGLOBAL USERFOOTPRINTTECHNOLOGYPLATFORMPlatform Ecosystems – Three Forces
    8. 8. 8800,000+ apps106 carriers500,000,000+ devices113 countriesiOSApple
    9. 9. 9800,000+ apps95 carriers44 device makers750,000,000 devices104 countriesAndroidAndroid
    10. 10. 11ToolsServicesSoftwarePrivate cloudsPublic cloudsOpenStackSoftwareOpenStack
    11. 11. 12OpenStack Cloud PlatformTechnology PlatformCode available under Apache 2.0 license. Design tenets– scale & elasticity, share nothing & distribute everything
    12. 12. 13ComputeProvision and manage large pools of on-demandcomputing resourcesObject Storage Petabytes of reliable storage on standard gearBlock StorageVolumes on commodity storage gear, and drivers formore advanced systems like IBM, EMC, HP, RedHat/Gluster, Ceph/RBD, NetApp, SolidFire, andNexentaNetworkingSoftware defined networking automation withpluggable backendsDashboardSelf-service, role-based web interface for users andadministratorsSharedServicesMulti-tenant authentication system that ties to existingstores (e.g. LDAP), Image ServiceOpenStack CapabilitiesTechnology Platform
    13. 13. 14Time-Based Release CycleNew software release every six months, with interim milestonesTwice Yearly Design SummitsImmediately following software release to plan next versionSessions led by developers and Project Technical LeadsBroad Contributions1000 developers, from over 50 companies worldwideElected LeadershipDevelopers elect their own Project Technical LeadersOpen Development ProcessTechnology Platform
    14. 14. 1515ECOSYSTEMSIZE(Members+Sponsors+Supporters)CUMULATIVECONTRIBUTORSAVERAGE MONTHLYCONTRIBUTORSPATCHESMERGED998 230 7,260(Grizzly Release Cycle – Six Months)209CompaniesMembers: 24 TotalSponsors: 35 TotalSupporters: 150 TotalTOP 10 Countries1) United States2) China3) India4) Great Britain5) Australia9,5116) France7) Russia8) Canada9) Ireland10) GermanyINDIVIDUALMEMBERSBroad Support and ContributionInnovative Ecosystem
    15. 15. 16Platinum & Gold MembersInnovative Ecosystem8
    16. 16. 17‣ Every datacenter‣ Every server‣ Every network device‣ Every storage systemOpenStack’s Goal: Change ITUser Footprint
    17. 17. 18‣ Every datacenter‣ Every server‣ Every network device‣ Every storage system‣ Every silly cat photoOpenStack’s Goal: Change ITUser Footprint
    18. 18. 19Diverse Use CasesUser Footprint
    19. 19. 20Processed more than $26,000 in mobilepayments every minute in 2012OpenStack runs thousands of VMs tosupport their self-service developermodelInternal team manages deployment andoperations, using OpenStackCompute, Storage & Shared Services“We needed agility withoutsacrificing availability. Byleveraging the collectiveinnovation of the OpenStackcommunity, we can developand grow our private cloudmuch quicker without having toreinvent anything.”Saran Mandair, senior director ofinfrastructure engineering,PayPalPayPal Uses OpenStackUser Footprint
    20. 20. 21Cloud at NSA is all about big data,Wanted to drastically reduce barriers andtime to go from idea to capabilityGenerally available, tied into standardauth systems, running production workloads on mission dataNathanael Burton, computerscientist, NSANSA Uses OpenStackUser Footprint
    21. 21. 228,000 Employees, provide IT supportfor over 120 Russian and overseascompanies.Operate 3 datacenters with 5000+ServersWorking with CloudScaling to deployprivate and public OpenStack Cloudsthis year“We want our customers tohave freedom of choice. Wedo believe that OpenStack isbringing that dimension.Russia has a long, long historyof being dominated by oneparty – freedom of choice isimportant from a historicalperspective, similar trend thatyou observe everywhere.”Michal Cupa, president, IBSDataFortIBS DataFort Uses OpenStackUser Footprint
    22. 22. 23Intel IT supports more than 75,000servers in 69 data centersAnd more than 91,000 employees whoconnect to Intel resources throughmore than 138,000 mobile devices.“OpenStack has dramaticallyreduced the amount of time ittakes to provision servicesand automatically resolveresource issues. We can nowdeploy a VM in just five to 10minutes, provide faster selfservices to our customers,and offer a more reliableinfrastructure with rollingupdates that will keep ourinfrastructure current withoutburdening our staff.”Das Kamhout, principalengineer and cloud lead, IntelIntel Uses OpenStackUser Footprint
    23. 23. 24http://www.openstack.org/summit/portland-2013/session-videos/Bloomberg, Comcast, Best BuyUser Footprint
    24. 24. 25Authors with experienceoperating OpenStack camefrom all over the world toAustin, Texas to write abook in just 5 days!http://bit.ly/guidevideoEmpowered Users Make OpenStack BetterUser Footprint
    25. 25. 26 230+ Pages in 5 days. Written by experiencedOpenStack operators. In less than a week ofpublication, the book wasdownloaded over 2,000times… now over 5,000downloads!OpenStack Operations Guide: In 5 Days!User Footprint
    26. 26. 27OpenStack?Who is behind
    27. 27. 28Protecting, Empowering, and Promoting OpenStack softwareand the community around it, including users, developers and theentire ecosystem.• Over 9,500 Individual Members, up from 5,600 at launch• The leading Global IT companies as Gold & Platinum Members• Board of Directors that sets strategic direction• Project Technical Leads and a Technical Committee that areelected from among the contributors• User Committee to ensure the users voices are heardThe OpenStack Foundation
    28. 28. 29Provide a permanent legal home for OpenStack, with broadindustry support and the resources to support OpenStack’ssuccessWhile preserving what’s working – a.k.a. the “OpenStack Way”• Technical people making technical decisions based on merit• Dedicated resources building the community and ecosystem• A strong ecosystem of companies making money• Encouraging and rewarding contribution in all formsFoundation Approach
    29. 29. 30Expecting 4000+ in Hong Kong: November 5-8, 2013OpenStack Summit Attendee Growth050010001500200025003000AustinJuly2010SanAntonioOct2010BostonOct2011Santa ClaraApril2011San FranApril2012San DiegoOct2012PortlandApril2013
    30. 30. 31 http://www.ohloh.net/p/compare?project_0=OpenStack&project_1=Apache+CloudStack&project_2=EucalyptusDeveloper Interest & Commitment to PlatformAverage of 230+ unique contributors per month!Contributors
    31. 31. 32http://www.ohloh.net/p/compare?project_0=CloudStack&project_1=OpenStack&project_2=Apache+CloudStackMore than doubled number of contributors from Essex to Grizzly!Developer Interest & Commitment to Platform
    32. 32. 33Developer Interest = Rapid Innovation
    33. 33. 34Open platform‣ Community-driven innovation‣ Technology accessible in many ways: hourly, appliance,distribution, DIYEmpowered users and developers‣ Deep engagement from our users and developers‣ Users have more control of their destinyBroad, global support from companies‣ Not driven by a single company; no single source‣ Aggregate investment is hugeOpenStack Goals
    34. 34. OpenStackThe platform ecosystem for the cloud

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