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Stef’s Info…**This is what we had last time, they're building one for Grizzly (I'll have a preliminary one by Thursday)http://bitergia.com/public/reports/openstack/2012_09_folsom/ and their comments:http://blog.bitergia.com/2012/09/27/how-the-new-release-of-openstack-was-built/As for companies, a preliminary run, only for the major core projects (no heat nor ceilometer, no libraries):Top changeset contributors by employerRed Hat 286 (18.5%)Rackspace 267 (17.3%)IBM 175 (11.3%)Intel 87 (5.6%)Nebula 74 (4.8%)HP 70 (4.5%)Canonical 60 (3.9%)Cloudscaling 43 (2.8%)SINA 35 (2.3%)DreamHost 31 (2.0%)Nicira 29 (1.9%)NTT 26 (1.7%)Citrix 21 (1.4%)SolidFire 20 (1.3%)SUSE 15 (1.0%)firstname.lastname@example.org 13 (0.8%)email@example.com 12 (0.8%)Internap 12 (0.8%)Microsoft 12 (0.8%)# of blueprints that have been completed - how many features. Produced- release notes - Stef may provide or in an FAQ, good datapoint we canturn into a story by explaining what it is - useful before we do prepcalls - have for sure, good to know. Every stat how it compares toFolsom - emphasize that as well.StefWe have completed ~230 for Grizzly, still haven't found a way to check previous releases though, sorry.Pre-release activity board - before had to go 3rd party - now can goself-serve/dashboard - value in our system is better (Olo? Makes moreapple/apple companisons). We have built a system for members of thecommunity where/what companies are participating - bottom line:opportunity to talk about various things - new activity board(benefits of which, better insight on ecosystem/developers/community -we're responding by developing tools where we are responding to buildto keep everything on track.) Stef - send a screenshot...paragraphdescribing it as well. Stef follow-upThe pre-release site is here: http://activity.openstack.org/. It's made of two sides1) Charts for Development ActivitySee what's happening inside OpenStack Community, who's contributing code, the speed for solving issues and more. This part is being developed by Bitergia, it will look initially likehttp://bitergia.com/public/reports/openstack/2012_09_folsom/, charting the activity of people, companies, across time, for each of the tools we use (git, launchpad bug tracker, mailing list). Support for gerrit is being added.2) Browse Development ActivitySearch across all tools used to develop OpenStack: reviews and changes, bugs and comments, browse people and companies. This part is being developed with zAgile, their tool allows for search and navigation across projects. Here we can drill down for each action in all the tools we use (commit, code review, bug status change) and see the actors involved (people or company) and the related actions.
Open Marketing Meeting 03/27/2013
Open Marketing Meeting:Grizzly & Events UpdateMarch 27, 2013
OpenStack is the Center of Cloud Innovation Developer Over 480 contributors to Grizzly, a 45% increase from growth Folsom release Change set Red Hat, Rackspace, IBM, Intel, Nebula, HP, Canonical, contributors by Cloudscaling, SINA, DreamHost, Nicira, NTT, Citrix, SolidFire, SUSE employer Number of Approximately 230 blueprints completed Features Attracting New 5 new networking plugins and 10 total block storage Plugins & drivers` Drivers Patches Thousands of patches merged, final number coming Merged next week3
New features in the platform to support… Easier Integration with Production Deployment & Enterprise Operations & Upgrade Path Technologies Scale • Improved UI • Strong Hyper-V • Compute Cells & NoDB data layer • Tested upgrade support • LBaaS path • Five new • Block Storage • Backwards networking plugins Intelligent compatible • Ten storage scheduler dashboard backends • Object Storage quotas & bulk operations4
ComputeProduction operations improvement/greater scale‣ Cells to manage distributed clusters‣ NoDB reduces reliance on central databaseBetter hypervisor support‣ HyperV and ESX feature sets dramatically improved‣ Bare Metal provisioning frameworkTesting improvements‣ Upgrade testing with each commitIntegration with other projects‣ Networking: Hot add/remove IP address & devices‣ Seamless transition for old nova-network services5
StorageObject Storage‣ User container quotas‣ CORS, Object Storage becomes more web savvy‣ Support for bulk operations‣ Building blocks in place for global clusteringBlock Storage‣ Full block storage service‣ Supports diversity of backend storage devices‣ Intelligent scheduler allows you to create volume on the storage type of your choice based on workload6
NetworkingEasier to use and operate‣ Metadata, more features exposed, easier to upgradeEnterprise features and support‣ Five new networking plugins‣ Security groupsGreater scale and higher availability‣ New LBaaS framework, expect plugins in Havana‣ Distributing L3/L4 and DHCP (dynamic host configuration protocol) services across multiple servers7
Shared Services and DashboardShared services‣ Image service: Multi-tenant sharing, common properties for discoverable images‣ Identity service: Role based access control, new token format, domains & user groups, delegation & impersonationDashboard‣ Improved user experience‣ Backwards compatibility with Folsom‣ Exposure to more networking features including LBaaS8
Looking Forward: Incubated Services in GrizzlyCeilometer‣ Central collection of metering/monitoring data‣ Example: collect usage information for billing systemsHeat‣ Template-based orchestration engine for OpenStack‣ Developers define application deployment patterns9
Marketing Plans April 4Press Release‣ Official release at 8:00 am PDT / 10:00 am CDT‣ Please contact us now if you plan to issue a press release and want quote or promotional supportWebsite Updates‣ Grizzly page‣ Software/roadmap sectionMaterials Refresh‣ Collateral‣ Overview presentation10
OpenStack Summit Update April 15-18, Portland, OR Expecting 2,000 attendees! User Story Focus Bloomberg, Best Buy, Comcast, CERN, eBay, NeCTAR, NSA, PayPal, Samsung and many more! 40+ Press & Analysts Confirmed Analyst Day Monday, closed event, focus on users Press & Analyst lounge available for meetings Marketing Meeting, Tuesday @ 5:20 Feedback on marketing portal11
2013 Event Pavilion Gartner events plan – to be confirmed, feedback welcome! • Symposium/ITExpo, October 6-10, Orlando, FL • Audience is C-level execs, strategic decision makers • OpenStack is planning a standard sponsorship plus ITExpo theater • Data Center Conference, December 9-12, Las Vegas • Audience IT management, primary influencers and tactical decision makers • Considering 4- or 8-pod OpenStack Pavilion to help you drive OpenStack packages, services or hosting decisions • Will include sharing in OpenStack sponsorship benefits, TBD • Will be approximately $12K per participating company12 • Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if interested