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Connect Expo 2015 - Australia - Bringing OpenStack into the Enterprise

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My keynote for the OpenStack Summit of the Connect Expo 2015 in Melbourne Australia entitled "Bringing OpenStack into the Enterprise".

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Connect Expo 2015 - Australia - Bringing OpenStack into the Enterprise

  1. 1. 1 BRINGING OPENSTACK INTO THE ENTERPRISE RANDY BIAS, VICE PRESIDENT, EMC @RANDYBIAS 1
  2. 2. 2 OpenStack is a driving force in enterprise datacenter modernization SO WHAT IS OPENSTACK?
  3. 3. 3 OPENSTACK FRAMEWORK Horizon (dashboard) Swift object store Glance image store Nova compute node Cinder volume service Keystone identity service Heat Orchestration Ceilometer – telemetry service Trove database Neutron networking •  Provides an open alternative to proprietary cloud stacks •  Standardized APIs provide great flexibility, agility and interoperability •  Foundation for OpenStack-powered enterprise products
  4. 4. 4 OPENSTACK: A CORE PIECE OF THE MODERN DATA CENTER Competitive Advantage, Agility Modern Data Center OpenStack Project Operational Efficiency, Future-proof Platform Software Defined Infrastructure
 OpenStack-powered Products for building Private Clouds

  5. 5. 5 OPENSTACK BUSINESS DRIVERS Source: OpenStack User Survey, November 2014 47% 47% 46% 45% Ability to Innovate Open Technology Cost Savings Avoiding Vendor Lock-in Respondents
  6. 6. 6 VIBRANT OPEN CLOUD ECOSYSTEM OpenStack Distros & Appliances Public Clouds Integration & Consulting Training Drivers
  7. 7. 7 MAP WORKLOADS TO INFRASTRUCTURE Enterprise Virtualization Don’t Migrate Could Migrate Cloud Possible Cloud Native $1x$4-8x Custom Legacy Apps Websites, Dev/Test, Collaboration Apps, Packaged Software (ERP/CRM) Scale-out Web Apps, Apps Hosted on PaaS, Big Data, Mobile Apps Elastic Cloud Infrastructure CLOUD NATIVE APPS (ELASTIC, “PLATFORM 3”) LEGACY APPS (INELASTIC, “PLATFORM 2”)
  8. 8. 8 •  Public perception still wrong: it’s the Linux Kernel, not RHEL •  Tragedy of the commons: how to reconcile too many chefs? •  Ruthless prioritization and product management required •  Distributions are the gold standard for success –  Walmart.com, Budd Van Lines, Pacnet, etc. –  Unless you have 30-40 full-time developers to spare and need to build your own cloud operating system? •  Infrastructure developers dominate OpenStack mindshare –  Over half of Individual Foundation Directors are OpenStack devs in last election –  Operators, end-users and app developers woefully underrepresented STATE OF THE STACK 2015
  9. 9. 9 TOO MANY COMPONENTS AND WAYS TO BUILD
  10. 10. 10 YOU CAN TRUST THE PLATFORM TO RUN BUSINESS CRITICAL APPS AND SERVICES OpenStack Framework OpenStack-powered Products
  11. 11. 11 6 REQUIREMENTS OF ENTERPRISE-GRADE OPENSTACK 99.999% UPTIME CONTROL PLANE NO DOWNTIME. YOUR CLOUD IS ALWAYS AVAILABLE ROBUST
 MANAGEMENT ACHIEVE OPTIMAL PERFORMANCE WITH FULL LIFECYCLE MANAGEMENT OPEN
 ARCHITECTURE REDUCE VENDOR LOCK-IN & USE THE COMPONENTS YOU WANT 1 HYBRID CLOUD
 INTEROPERABILITY COMMON ARCHITECTURE FOR HYBRID CLOUD: PUBLIC & PRIVATE SCALABLE & ELASTIC SUPPORTS CLOUD-NATIVE WORKLOADS AND WEB-SCALE IT GLOBAL SUPPORT
 AND SERVICES ACHIEVE SLAs AND ADHERE TO 
 EXISTING IT SUPPORT COMMITMENTS 2 3 4 5 6
  12. 12. 12 OPENSTACK TO THE MAX … ①  Don’t DIY OpenStack….. seriously •  Would you roll your own Linux distribution? ②  Use a trusted vendor with proven OpenStack expertise ③  Complexity isn’t in OpenStack, it’s in building a private cloud ④  Demand public cloud compatibility APIs from OpenStack community ⑤  Find examples in your vertical and replicate them
  13. 13. 13 Q&A

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