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Open sourceclouds

  1. 1. Why Open Source Powers the Cloud
  2. 2. Three Questions 2
  3. 3. Three Questions Why Did the Number of US Automakers Drop by 90% Between 1920 and 1940? 2
  4. 4. Three Questions Why Did the Number of US Automakers Drop by 90% Between 1920 and 1940? What Does that Mean for Cloud Computing? 2
  5. 5. Three Questions Why Did the Number of US Automakers Drop by 90% Between 1920 and 1940? What Does that Mean for Cloud Computing? Why is Open Source Important Crucial to the Future of Cloud Computing? 2
  6. 6. Two Facts 7
  7. 7. Two Facts Change in Cost of Manufacturing Model T -75% 1913-1920 Market Share Model T 75% 1920 7
  8. 8. Two Facts Change in Cost of Manufacturing Model T -75% 1913-1920 Market Share Model T 75% 1920 7
  9. 9. Number of US Auto Makers 8
  10. 10. Number of US Auto Makers 1920 200+ 1940 17 2010 3 8
  11. 11. Number of US Auto Makers 1920 200+ 1940 17 2010 3 8
  12. 12. Number of US Auto Makers 1920 200+ 1940 17 2010 3 8
  13. 13. Number of US Auto Makers 1920 200+ 1940 17 2010 3 8
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  18. 18. Bechtel Benchmark Study Resource Bechtel Cloud Provider Bandwidth $500/megabit $10-$15/ megabit (YouTube) Sys Admin Ratio 100 servers per 17,000 servers admin per admin (Google) Storage $3.75/GB/Mo $.10/GB/Mo (Amazon) 13
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  21. 21. • Grows from 1MM to 100+ MM insurance claims/day in one week 14
  22. 22. • Grows from 1MM to 100+ MM insurance claims/day in one week • Traditional solution: $750K new hardware + $30K/ month maintenance/hosting 14
  23. 23. • Grows from 1MM to 100+ MM insurance claims/day in one week • Traditional solution: $750K new hardware + $30K/ month maintenance/hosting • Cloud solution: $600/month Amazon Web Services 14
  24. 24. What Lessons Does River Rouge Teach? 15
  25. 25. What Lessons Does River Rouge Teach? • Providers require scale to be competitive 15
  26. 26. What Lessons Does River Rouge Teach? • Providers require scale to be competitive • Users will shift from being providers 15
  27. 27. What Lessons Does River Rouge Teach? • Providers require scale to be competitive • Users will shift from being providers • The scope and scale of applications will explode 15
  28. 28. What Lessons Does River Rouge Teach? • Providers require scale to be competitive • Users will shift from being providers • The scope and scale of applications will explode • IT will infuse every dimension of life 15
  29. 29. What Lessons Does River Rouge Teach? • Providers require scale to be competitive • Users will shift from being providers • The scope and scale of applications will explode • IT will infuse every dimension of life • Our computing past is a poor predictor of our computing future 15
  30. 30. What About Software?
  31. 31. Provider Software 17
  32. 32. Provider Software • Highly scalable 17
  33. 33. Provider Software • Highly scalable • Extremely cost- effective 17
  34. 34. Provider Software • Highly scalable • Extremely cost- effective • Enable flexibility 17
  35. 35. Provider Software • Highly scalable • Extremely cost- effective • Enable flexibility • Enable differentiation at business level 17
  36. 36. User Software 18
  37. 37. User Software • Highly scalable 18
  38. 38. User Software • Highly scalable • Unencumbered licensing 18
  39. 39. User Software • Highly scalable • Unencumbered licensing • Enable flexibility 18
  40. 40. User Software • Highly scalable • Unencumbered licensing • Enable flexibility • Enable agility 18
  41. 41. User Software • Highly scalable • Unencumbered licensing • Enable flexibility • Enable agility • Enable differentiation at application level 18
  42. 42. Proprietary Software Realities 19
  43. 43. Proprietary Software Realities • Licenses not agile or flexible 19
  44. 44. Proprietary Software Realities • Licenses not agile or flexible • Software businesses focused on old way 19
  45. 45. Proprietary Software Realities • Licenses not agile or flexible • Software businesses focused on old way • Innovation occurring in open source 19
  46. 46. Proprietary Software Realities • Licenses not agile or flexible • Software businesses focused on old way • Innovation occurring in open source • Open source enables cloud providers 19
  47. 47. Proprietary Software Realities • Licenses not agile or flexible • Software businesses focused on old way • Innovation occurring in open source • Open source enables cloud providers • Open source enables cloud users 19
  48. 48. Conclusions 20
  49. 49. Conclusions • Learn from history 20
  50. 50. Conclusions • Learn from history • History teaches economic scale in scalable industries 20
  51. 51. Conclusions • Learn from history • History teaches economic scale in scalable industries • Cloud computing will transform the face of what we consider computing 20
  52. 52. Conclusions • Learn from history • History teaches economic scale in scalable industries • Cloud computing will transform the face of what we consider computing • Open source will be a critical and vital enabler of cloud computing 20
  53. 53. Conclusions • Learn from history • History teaches economic scale in scalable industries • Cloud computing will transform the face of what we consider computing • Open source will be a critical and vital enabler of cloud computing • The next twenty years will be fun ... and hard 20

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