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The Evolution of OpenStack – From Infancy to Enterprise

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As OpenStack turns 5 this year, we thought it would be a good time to take a look back at the evolution of OpenStack. We start with a quick overview of what OpenStack is, how OpenStack came to be and describe the OpenStack Foundation. Next we describe the problem that OpenStack helps to solve, the components of OpenStack and the timeline for when these components came to be. Last, we outline the current features and benefits that make OpenStack ready for the enterprise with supporting Enterprise use case examples. Blog can be found here (
https://developer.rackspace.com/blog/evolution-of-openstack-from-infancy-to-enterprise/) and webinar can be found here (https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/11427/138613)

As OpenStack turns 5 this year, we thought it would be a good time to take a look back at the evolution of OpenStack. We start with a quick overview of what OpenStack is, how OpenStack came to be and describe the OpenStack Foundation. Next we describe the problem that OpenStack helps to solve, the components of OpenStack and the timeline for when these components came to be. Last, we outline the current features and benefits that make OpenStack ready for the enterprise with supporting Enterprise use case examples. Blog can be found here (
https://developer.rackspace.com/blog/evolution-of-openstack-from-infancy-to-enterprise/) and webinar can be found here (https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/11427/138613)

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Notas do Editor

  • Key Message:
    OpenStack is a open source cloud operating system that controls large pools of compute, storage, and networking resources throughout a datacenter, all managed through a dashboard that gives administrators control while empowering their users to provision resources through a web interface.

    Modular and distributed platform

    Can utilize commodity hardware, as well as OEM hardware
  • Key Message:
    July 2010- Rackspace sought out to create an open source cloud platform, initially focused on fully distributed object storage.

    January 2011 - NASA was empowered by the US Government to assist in the Open Government Initiative, instructing all Federal agencies to break down barriers to enable transparency, participation, and collaboration between the federal government and the American public.
  • Key Message:
    Milestones: OpenStack founded in July 2010

    High-level timeline of the OpenStack history
  • Key Message:
    Milestones: OpenStack Foundation created in Sept. 2012

    After almost one year of discussion, the OpenStack project was launched in the October of 2010. For the first two years, until September 2012, the project was closely managed by Rackspace and its 25 initial partners before transferring the intellectual property and governance of OpenStack project into the non-profit member run OpenStack Foundation which since then manages the software and its community.

    The OpenStack community collaborates around a six-month, time-based release cycle with frequent development milestones. During the planning phase of each release, the community gathers for the OpenStack Design Summit to facilitate developer working-sessions and to assemble plans.
  • Key Message:
    These stats prove that OpenStack is very much an ‘active’ community platform with improvements happening daily, by the people who actually use and believe in the system. Still showing how Rackspace is one of the leading code contributors.
  • Key Message:
    Massive IT Data Center sprawl gave birth to Virtualization
  • Key Message:
    Then after Virtualization hit main stream, the idea of having to manage this ever growing Virtualization ecosystem slowly became an administrators nightmare.
  • Key Message:
    Then after Virtualization hit main stream, the idea of having to manage this ever growing Virtualization ecosystem slowly became an administrators nightmare.
  • Key Message:
    This is where OpenStack provided value, a means of adding an orchestration layer on top of the many hypervisors in your DC.

    Provides efficiency of hardware and the ability to distribute your workloads based on demand.
  • Key Message:
    Bring familiarity to the OpenStack ecosystem
  • Key Message:
    Walk thru the OpenStack project progression, highlighting how each additional project added a rich feature set to OpenStack.
  • Key Message:
    Highlight that OpenStack turns 5 years old this year and “as you can see” has come a long way in those 5 years.  "It is now ready for Enterprise production workloads” and then transition to the next section.
  • Key Message:
    Highlight the features in OpenStack that make it “Ready for the Enterprise”
  • Key Message:
    Shows OpenStack is designed for high availability and can be accomplished in more than one way (per your requirements).
  • Key Message:
    OpenStack has gained the attention of many traditional IT vendors
  • Key Message:

    UND
    heterogeneous high-performance computing environment where faculty, students and others can conduct scientific research. From simulating hurricanes to digging into the makeup of molecules, our researchers must have the computational resources to try new, inventive things
    infrastructure must be quick and agile. Our scientists need to be able to write software and have it up and running in days versus the months or year it could take in a traditional enterprise environment. Our priority for agility and speed is much higher than an enterprise’s
    1,600 to 1,750 users and about 1,500 servers, 21,000 cores and 2 PB of spinning disk storage
    OpenStack gives our users a self-service model – they can run it themselves and create highly agile systems that they can bring up and bring down

    Walmart Labs – ecommerce innovation and development group for Walmart
    100K cores of compute running on OpenStack
    the technology that ran the parent company’s Cyber Monday and holiday season sales operations
    Started with OpenStack a year and a half ago
    3.6K employees worldwide
    Private cloud at public cloud scale
    could be molded and modified to fit its specifications

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