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ManageIQ Community Vision 
John Mark Walker
Agenda 
● Current State 
– Development/Code 
– Partners & Ecosystem 
– Web site 
● Roadmap 
– Cloud Depot
Innovation -> Management 
New Technology 
Adoption 
Chaos Proliferation 
Control
Why Open Source? 
● Revenge of the Customer 
Proprietary 
Vendor 
Customer 
OSS Vendor Customer
Open Source Innovation 
● A managed ecosystem 
● Guided by rapid, iterative customer feedback 
● May not actually be the f...
The Community Vision
Why ManageIQ is Open Source 
● It's Red Hat DNA 
● First to market with Open Source cloud management 
● Customer demand 
●...
ManageIQ Community to Date 
● Source code, community builds released June 19 
● Discussion site, talk.manageiq.org, also l...
Community Structure 
● Both Engineer and User Community 
● Users, ISVs/IHVs, System Integrators 
Engineering 
Community 
U...
Community Resources 
ManageIQ 
Small Private 
Company 
Resource 
Constrained 
Red Hat 
Post Acquisition 
Large Public 
Com...
Open Source Dev Strategy 
One Community 
Many Projects 
Architecture/Taxonomy 
Cloud Governance 
Platform Instrumentation ...
It's All About the Ecosystem
Partner Goals 
● Enable upstream innovation 
● Increase reach and adoption 
– Make ManageIQ >>> Red Hat 
● Create network ...
The Freedom to Fail 
Commercial Product 
Open Source 
Community 
● How open 
source 
communities 
are often done
The Freedom to Fail 
Open Source Community 
Commercial 
Product 
● A better way: 
Give more 
leeway to 
upstream 
developm...
Where Partners Fit 
Open Source Community 
User Enablement 
Developer 
Engagement 
Evangelism 
More 
Experts 
Projects & 
...
Partner Diversity 
● No money; contributions in kind 
– User support, docs, code, marketing 
● Need diversity of contribut...
Partner Contributions 
Many Projects 
Contributed Content 
● Adjunct projects 
● Hydra, jellyfish, et al. 
● Core contribu...
Governance 
● Partners to engage in awareness-building 
and setting community policy 
– Community board 
● Engineering gov...
Governance Proposal 
ManageIQ Board Engineering 
● Technology roadmap 
● Code commits 
● Commit process 
● Committer nomin...
Tools and Workflow
Current Web Site 
● Repo at github.com/manageiq/manageiq.org 
– Pull requests accepted! 
– “Edit this page on GitHub” 
– A...
Current Documentation 
● User content at http://manageiq.org/documentation/ 
● “Top tasks” after install 
– http://managei...
Documentation Workflow 
● Same as web site 
● To add a document: 
– Copy another document to new markdown file 
– Issue pu...
Introducing: the Cloud Depot 
● Self-service portal for finding, downloading 
content for extending ManageIQ 
– Scripts, p...
The ManageIQ Cloud Depot 
● What it could look like 
Categories 
Automation Orchestration 
Policy engine Monitoring 
Provi...
Sample Depot Page 
Shellshock Vulnerability 
Fancy finding out really quickly if your [linux boxes] are patched 
correctly...
Contribute to the Cloud Depot 
● Fork depot repository on GitHub (TBD) 
● Issue pull request against depot repo 
● We will...
Cloud Depot Roadmap 
● Looking at technology solutions 
– Chef's supermarket 
– Requires development time and 
modificatio...
Web Site Improvements 
● Current web site was good for launch, 
but... 
– Front page very static 
– Not all site elements ...
Web Site Next Steps 
● Working on next design 
– Reworking navigation 
– Add more options “above the fold” 
– Make site ac...
Documentation Sources 
● Old, converted docs 
● New docs from docs team 
● Community 
– Starts on talk.m.o 
– Migrates to ...
Conclusions
Community Outreach 
● Branching out – more partners, diversity 
– Cloud service providers 
● Provider plugin arch 
● Build...
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Design Summit - Community and Ecosystem - John Mark Walker

This presentation is an overview of community acitivities for ManageIQ, its members, and partners. From documentation and the web site to the upcoming ManageIQ Depot, this presentation goes over previous milestones and what's coming up on the roadmap.

For more on ManageIQ, see http://manageiq.org/

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Design Summit - Community and Ecosystem - John Mark Walker

  1. 1. ManageIQ Community Vision John Mark Walker
  2. 2. Agenda ● Current State – Development/Code – Partners & Ecosystem – Web site ● Roadmap – Cloud Depot
  3. 3. Innovation -> Management New Technology Adoption Chaos Proliferation Control
  4. 4. Why Open Source? ● Revenge of the Customer Proprietary Vendor Customer OSS Vendor Customer
  5. 5. Open Source Innovation ● A managed ecosystem ● Guided by rapid, iterative customer feedback ● May not actually be the fastest way to develop ● But it is the most responsive to customers' needs
  6. 6. The Community Vision
  7. 7. Why ManageIQ is Open Source ● It's Red Hat DNA ● First to market with Open Source cloud management ● Customer demand ● Innovation in an open-source model more responsive to customers ● Who do you expect to build better integration to other infrastructure components?
  8. 8. ManageIQ Community to Date ● Source code, community builds released June 19 ● Discussion site, talk.manageiq.org, also live ● ManageIQ developed transparently and in the open ● Open for business with 9 partners: CiRBA, VMTurbo, BBVA, Gandi.net, AutoTrader Group, Booz Allen Hamilton, Cloudsoft, Chef, ICE Systems ● First GA release, Anand, in late August
  9. 9. Community Structure ● Both Engineer and User Community ● Users, ISVs/IHVs, System Integrators Engineering Community User Community Innovation Differentiation
  10. 10. Community Resources ManageIQ Small Private Company Resource Constrained Red Hat Post Acquisition Large Public Company Manageiq.org Global Community of Users & Devs
  11. 11. Open Source Dev Strategy One Community Many Projects Architecture/Taxonomy Cloud Governance Platform Instrumentation Finan. Service Data Mgmt Management Management Resource Management Cloud Automation
  12. 12. It's All About the Ecosystem
  13. 13. Partner Goals ● Enable upstream innovation ● Increase reach and adoption – Make ManageIQ >>> Red Hat ● Create network effect, build center of gravity ● Enable “freedom to fail”
  14. 14. The Freedom to Fail Commercial Product Open Source Community ● How open source communities are often done
  15. 15. The Freedom to Fail Open Source Community Commercial Product ● A better way: Give more leeway to upstream development
  16. 16. Where Partners Fit Open Source Community User Enablement Developer Engagement Evangelism More Experts Projects & Products Larger Mindshare
  17. 17. Partner Diversity ● No money; contributions in kind – User support, docs, code, marketing ● Need diversity of contributors – ISVs contribute projects – Users contribute support and docs – Projects contribute API integration
  18. 18. Partner Contributions Many Projects Contributed Content ● Adjunct projects ● Hydra, jellyfish, et al. ● Core contributions ● Policy engine ● State machines ● Automate ● Scripts
  19. 19. Governance ● Partners to engage in awareness-building and setting community policy – Community board ● Engineering governed by code committers
  20. 20. Governance Proposal ManageIQ Board Engineering ● Technology roadmap ● Code commits ● Commit process ● Committer nomination and approval ● Blueprints process ● Marketing ● Building awareness ● Trademark governance ● Community strategy ● Partner resource management
  21. 21. Tools and Workflow
  22. 22. Current Web Site ● Repo at github.com/manageiq/manageiq.org – Pull requests accepted! – “Edit this page on GitHub” – Add blog post with pull requests ● Plus discussion/bulletin board – Talk.manageiq.org
  23. 23. Current Documentation ● User content at http://manageiq.org/documentation/ ● “Top tasks” after install – http://manageiq.org/documentation/top-tasks/ ● Developer Docs – http://manageiq.org/documentation/development/
  24. 24. Documentation Workflow ● Same as web site ● To add a document: – Copy another document to new markdown file – Issue pull request for new formatted doc
  25. 25. Introducing: the Cloud Depot ● Self-service portal for finding, downloading content for extending ManageIQ – Scripts, policies, automation, orchestration ● Enable community to contribute expertise in the form of reusable components
  26. 26. The ManageIQ Cloud Depot ● What it could look like Categories Automation Orchestration Policy engine Monitoring Provider plugins Security
  27. 27. Sample Depot Page Shellshock Vulnerability Fancy finding out really quickly if your [linux boxes] are patched correctly? Even if they are turned off right now? Wow that is clever not even the virtual infrastructure players can do that…I know…its cool. Here it is... ● Link to script download
  28. 28. Contribute to the Cloud Depot ● Fork depot repository on GitHub (TBD) ● Issue pull request against depot repo ● We will evaluate content for publication – Accept/reject ● We will manually add to index
  29. 29. Cloud Depot Roadmap ● Looking at technology solutions – Chef's supermarket – Requires development time and modification
  30. 30. Web Site Improvements ● Current web site was good for launch, but... – Front page very static – Not all site elements easily navigable – Need more documentation
  31. 31. Web Site Next Steps ● Working on next design – Reworking navigation – Add more options “above the fold” – Make site activity more visible/accessible – Look for discussion on talk.manageiq.org
  32. 32. Documentation Sources ● Old, converted docs ● New docs from docs team ● Community – Starts on talk.m.o – Migrates to manageiq.org/blog/ – Integrated into /docs/
  33. 33. Conclusions
  34. 34. Community Outreach ● Branching out – more partners, diversity – Cloud service providers ● Provider plugin arch ● Build largest cloud ecosystem in the world ● Utilize community board to expand

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This presentation is an overview of community acitivities for ManageIQ, its members, and partners. From documentation and the web site to the upcoming ManageIQ Depot, this presentation goes over previous milestones and what's coming up on the roadmap. For more on ManageIQ, see http://manageiq.org/

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