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  • 1.OpenStack Future of OpenSource Cloud Alex Freedland

2. When most people think of Cloud, theyimagine this2 3. When tech professionalsthink about Cloud, they imagine this3 4. When I think of a cloud I see this4 5. Premise 1: cloud is BIG $$$5 6. Premise 2: cloud will be open why? because cloud pioneers show thatopen is the way! Enterprises will follow in time. 6 7. Who needs all this stuff?7 8. OpenStack won open cloud warsOpenStack is the fastest growing open source project inhistory 180+ organizations, 3000+ developers8 9. Premise 3: OpenStack won open cloud warsAverage # of developers in an IRC channel as of 6/18 9 10. Premise 3: OpenStack won open cloud warsOpenStack is the #2 FOSS foundation1. The Linux Foundation = $9.6M2. Openstack = $6M3. Mozilla Foundation = $1.9M4. The Apache Foundation - $0.53M10 11. IaaS Market & OpenStackOpen code: Proprietary code: Harder to deploy/adoptEasy to adopt No vendor lockinMaximum vendor lockin Support ecosystem, function of community size Limited support ecosystem 12. OpenStack Powered Servers Largest Open Source Community 300 Huge part of the Cloud will be powered 250 by OpenStack 200 150 10050 6B IaaS market in 4 years 0 OpenNebula CloudStack EucalyptusOpenStackAverage # of developers in an IRC channel OpenStack-Powered ServersOS IaaS Market * $7,000.00 2000000 1800000 $6,000.00 1600000 $5,000.00 1400000 1200000 $4,000.00 1000000 $3,000.00800000600000 $2,000.00400000 $1,000.00200000 0$0.00 2012 201320142015 201620122013 20142015 2016 * Based on the data from IDC 13. Summary IaaS technology is disrupting a huge infrastructuresoftware market Open source cloud is not a cheap alternative toproprietary, it is the dominant standard in IaaSmarket OpenStack is the unchallenged leader in open sourceIaaS13 14. Why is it a better investment then other stacks?14 15. OpenStack was built for the communityOpenStack is the enabler for communityinnovation. Started by a community Developed by a community Marketed by a community With the goal of enabling participants to add valueand build money15 16. Alternatives are for the founding vendorAlternatives, are vendor driven projects: Started by a single vendor Developed by a single vendor Marketed by a single vendor With the goal to createa veil of no vendorlock-in16 17. How do you get the $$$?17 18. The Ecosystem OPENSTACK CAMPSSystem IntegrationSupport SoftwareHardware OPEN BUT HARD:PROPRIETARY BUT EASY: Harder to deploy/adopt Easy to adopt Easier to sell Harder to sell Low risk Low reward High risk High reward 18 19. Hardware CampPROSCONS Aligned with enterprise Hard to penetrate thebuying patterns market Can sell through channel Significant upfront R&D Leveraged business modelinvestmentKEY PLAYERSiPhone of OpenStack Best price-performance withThe Incumbentscommodity components19 20. Software CampPROS CONS Can be less R&D then Enterprises are used buyingapplianceVMWare, not cloud Hardware vendors can be a Still need to invest in brand;channelVARs dont create demand Leveraged business model OpenStack is free, no? KEY PLAYERS OpenStack for OpenStack for the Swift for SaaS Easy to install OpenStack massive scale / enterprise; Vendorsfor everyone webscaleVMWare killer20 21. Support CampPROSCONS Leveraged business model Battle against incumbents Full use of OpenStack Must have a brandmomentum Isnt trivial to just sell Aligned with how enterprisessupportbuy open sourceKEY PLAYERS Support is what we do We own the cloud We own the We own missionenterprise critical apps21 22. SI CampPROS CONS Start monetizing with minimal Business scales linearlyinvestment Will commoditize long term Learn while making money Full use of OpenStackmomentumKEY PLAYERS #1 SI in the OpenStack Small but smart;The Incumbents Ecosystemwe know HA22 23. Its Complimentary campOpenStack as an enabler for selling core product / service 23 24. The Mirantis OpenStack Story 24 25. The Mirantis WayThe day OpenStack was announced, we decided toresearch it further and build a private cloud for ourinternal IT25 26. The Mirantis WayLauren said, I should do aMeetUp in the Bay AreaWe liked the technologyso I called Mark Collierand asked how can we getinvolved? Mark Collier said I dont know you so talk to Lauren Sell. 26 27. The Mirantis WayWe figured the MeetUp would looklike this and reserved a smallroom.But it ended up looking like this27 28. The Mirantis WayAfter the MeetUp the word got out that we knowOpenStack and people started calling usRandy Bias fromCloudScaling calledand said he could Ray OBrien fromuse a partnerNASA called and said Some people from Nexenta thatall his staff left to open you dont know called and saidOpenStack Startups they are interested in OpenStack28 29. New WebsiteOld Website29 30. Mirantis Today Founding sponsor and BoardMember of the OpenStackfoundation Largest OpenStack servicesand tools company in the world 60 OpenStack consultants Two dozen OpenStack customers Growing at 100% a year30 31. Thank You! Alex Freedlandafreedland@mirantis.com31


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