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Open Compute Project Foundation Announces New Board Member Jim Hawkins

Michael Schill
 

The Open Compute Project Foundation (OCP) announces that Jim Hawkins will serve on its Board of Directors. Jim replaces Brian Stein, who has served for the last year as the Rackspace representative. The OCP Foundation would like to thank Brian for contributing his time and talents to the OCP Community.

The OCP Foundation and Community is effective because our board members, volunteer leadership, and Community members give their time and talents to help promote open solutions; driving innovations forward at a pace that simply could not occur if attempted alone. They lead by example and they lead with passion. The Foundation, the Community, and our many collaboration partners are better together.


Jim joins board members Andy Bechtolsheim, Bill Laing (Microsoft), Joshua Matheus (Goldman Sachs), Jason Waxman (Intel), Rocky Bullock (OCP), and Mark Roenigk (Facebook), serving as Chairman.


“Jim is a great addition to the OCP Board. His experience in scaling mission critical infrastructure in both enterprise and cloud technologies will help shape the future of OCP. We really appreciate the depth of experience that he brings to this role and his ongoing contributions to the success of the Open Compute Project” stated Mark Roenigk, Chairman and President of the Board for the Open Compute Project Foundation.



About Jim Hawkin
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Jim Hawkins is the vice president of global data center operations and engineering at Rackspace, where he oversees the company’s worldwide network of data centers, hardware engineering, and other critical infrastructure operations.


Jim joined Rackspace in 2008, initially serving as director of operational excellence. Since then, he has held several positions, including director of U.S. data centers and senior director of global data center operations.  Jim has brought a number of strengths to these roles, including a specialized knowledge of Lean Six Sigma methodology and operational discipline. While serving in each of his roles at Rackspace, he incorporated his knowledge of these principles into the design and daily operation of Rackspace’s mission critical infrastructure, and has been a proponent of the Open Compute Project since its inception in 2011.


Jim earned his BS in marketing at Westminster College and received his MBA from Purdue University.






2019 Contribution Credit Structure

Archna Haylock
 

hi OCP Members

OCP is excited to announce 2 more ways that you can contribute! Last year we structured the Contribution Credit Matrix with not only our traditional contributions but also white papers, case studies, reference architectures, tested configurations, and others. In 2019, we are adding Embedded Software and the OCP Facility Recognition Program.  Please take a look at the attached and please spread the word!!

If you have any questions, please let me know. These will also be posted on the OCP Website under OCP Policies and also under Contribution Agreements.

Archna Haylock
Community Director
Open Compute Project
Cell: 408-921-9050

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OCP NIC 2.0 and 3.0 OCP Adoption Survey - Feedback Requested!

Michael Schill
 

Hi all,

Please take a few minutes to complete the following survey about OCP NIC adoption. Link to Survey: https://goo.gl/forms/xEfS0SYO5o4ZAad63

This survey is the 2nd of such to learn about OCP NIC adoption trend in industry. There were 23 organizations which participated in this survey in Sep'18. Summary of result can be found here

The OCP NIC subproject hopes to publish the results at the OCP Global summit next month. Company name will be kept anonymous. 

Please feel free to contact @ jia.ning@... if you have any questions. 

Thanks. 

- Michael Schill 

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The 2019 OCP Global Summit will be held March 14-15 in San Jose, CA. Click here to register. #OCPSummit19

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Re: OCP NIC 2.0 and 3.0 - OCP Adoption Survey

Jia Ning
 

Thanks Michael!

 

Jia

 

 

From: main@OCP-All.groups.io <main@OCP-All.groups.io> On Behalf Of Michael Schill
Sent: Tuesday, February 19, 2019 5:47 PM
To: main@ocp-all.groups.io
Subject: [OCP-All] OCP NIC 2.0 and 3.0 - OCP Adoption Survey

 

Hi OCP community,

 

Please take this short survey about industry adoption status of OCP NIC 2.0 and 3.0.

 

 

Please email Jia Ning (jia.ning@...) if you have any questions regarding this survey.

 

Thanks,

 

- Michael Schill

 

 

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Re: OCP NIC 2.0 and 3.0 - OCP Adoption Survey

Jia Ning
 

Thanks Michael for pushing the survey out. 

OCP NIC is an industry collaboration to define a common NIC form factor. To learn more about OCP NIC, please check https://www.opencompute.org/wiki/Server/Mezz and join OCP NIC related engineering workshop talks @ 2019 OCP summit

This survey is the 2nd of such to learn about OCP NIC adoption trend in industry. There were 23 organizations participated this survey in Sep'18. Summary of result can be found@ here

We hope to get more responses in this round of survey. Please feel free to contact me @ jia.ning@...  if you have any questions. 

Thanks. 
Jia


On Tue, Feb 19, 2019 at 5:47 PM Michael Schill <michael@...> wrote:
Hi OCP community,

Please take this short survey about industry adoption status of OCP NIC 2.0 and 3.0.


Please email Jia Ning (jia.ning@...) if you have any questions regarding this survey.

Thanks,

- Michael Schill


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The 2019 OCP Global Summit will be held March 14-15 in San Jose, CA. Click here to register. #OCPSummit19

The 2019 OCP Regional Summit will be held September 26-27 in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Sponsorships are filling up, click here to learn more.





OCP NIC 2.0 and 3.0 - OCP Adoption Survey

Michael Schill
 

Hi OCP community,

Please take this short survey about industry adoption status of OCP NIC 2.0 and 3.0.


Please email Jia Ning (jia.ning@...) if you have any questions regarding this survey.

Thanks,

- Michael Schill


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Membership - Community Specialist
Open Compute Project (OCP)
Cell: (828) 674-6806

The 2019 OCP Global Summit will be held March 14-15 in San Jose, CA. Click here to register. #OCPSummit19

The 2019 OCP Regional Summit will be held September 26-27 in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Sponsorships are filling up, click here to learn more.





Open Compute Project Announces Updated Market Forecast

Michael Schill
 





OCP Adoption Exceeds Non-Board Member 2018 Forecast, Tops $2.56 billion and expected to surpass $10 billion by 2022.


The Open Compute Project Foundation (OCP) announces today the high level results of a follow up assessment of the market impact of the Open Compute Project worldwide. For a second year, OCP has engaged IHS Markit, a world leader in critical information, analytics and solutions, to determine the adoption and impact of OCP gear in the technology industry. Since its inception, OCP has worked to drive innovation in and around the data center industry, bringing together thousands of engineers from nearly two hundred member organizations. The demands on the modern datacenter continue to expand with the growth of IOT, security and edge computing, as well as increasing energy consumption requirements.

IHS Markit interviewed OCP members, suppliers and service providers, as well as incorporated their own in-depth industry research to determine revenue by region and vertical worldwide, as well as update their forecast through 2022. In order to ascertain a more accurate assessment of true marketplace adoption, usage by OCP Board member companies Facebook, Goldman Sachs, Intel, Microsoft and Rackspace was excluded from this study.

Among the preliminary findings:

  • 2017 actual non-board revenue was $1.16 billion, just shy of the original forecast of $1.18 billion

  • 2018 non-board OCP revenue tops the 2017 forecast, reaching $2.56 billion, compared to a forecast of $1.84 billion, with year-over-year growth of 120%

  • 2017 Non-Board OCP revenue actuals show increased market share, from .87% to .91%, while overall Market Value dropped from $137 billion to $127 billion

  • 2022 non-board OCP revenue share is expected to climb to more than 5% by 2022, at $10.7 billion, with a CAGR of 56%

  • Servers, Storage and Networking are the fastest projected growth categories, with PON a potential high-growth area. Markets are just forming for disaggregated cell tower equipment, but Telco spend is expected to surpass Hyperscalers by 2021.

  • The Government sector actually passed financial institutions in non-board OCP spending in 2017, while automotive and manufacturing is expected to have the highest 5-year CAGR. Healthcare is in the early stages of OCP adoption.

  • There were no large changes in the forecast for regional growth – America’s still dominate due to Hyperscalers and Financial, but also now driven by Telco.

  • APAC will surpass EMEA by 2020 with a CAGR of 108%, compared to EMEA at 59%.

Furthermore, the drivers of adoption of OCP are growing more diverse – cost reduction and power efficiency are still the biggest reasons why, but the market is now realizing that feature flexibility and conformance to those specifications approved by OCP provide a measure of “comfort” to the market.

“We are pleased that the adoption momentum continues and accelerates, and we value the insight provided by the study regarding barriers, challenges and opportunities. We are committed to continued improvement in the entire ecosystem to support the future growth.” stated Rocky Bullock, CEO for the Open Compute Project Foundation.

“The market ecosystem for OCP-certified equipment continues to mature, with more diversity for increased choice and an expanded supply chain allowing more tier-two CSPs, telcos and enterprise consumers to participate. A notable difference from last year’s study was the shift from direct factory purchasing to suppliers with local support, as additional market segments increased adoption,” said Cliff Grossner, Ph.D., executive director research and analysis, cloud and data center research practice at IHS Markit, a global business information provider.  “OCP equipment market drivers such as serviceability, disaggregation and the flexibility to add new features took on a greater importance this year, which typically happens when a market matures and more mainstream buyers deploy.”


OCP and IHS Markit will release the full results of the research at the Annual OCP Global Summit, to be held in San Jose Convention Center in San Jose, CA March 14 - 15, 2019. This will include an Executive Track at 1:00 PM Pacific on Day 1 featuring the details of the findings to be presented by Cliff Grossner, and Vlad Galabov, Principle Analyst for Data Center Compute at IHS Markit.

Learn more at https://www.opencompute.org/summit/global-summit  








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Open Compute Project (OCP)
Cell: (828) 674-6806

The 2019 OCP Global Summit will be held March 14-15 in San Jose, CA. Click here to register. #OCPSummit19

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Join Rittal & Cyxtera for a VIP Happy Hour Event @ OCP Global Summit!

Kali Burdette
 

What: Join us for an exclusive evening of networking, sharing best practices, and seeing the future of data center design. Key topics include:

  • Best practices in securing your IT Infrastructure
  • High-density in connectivity-rich edge solutions
  • Data center tour, featuring an OCP standard pod designed by Rittal

When: March 13th at 5:00pm - 7:00pm PST.

How: Rittal & Cyxtera invite you to register for the tour, by clicking here. All attendees will be automatically entered into a drawing to win a bluetooth speaker.

You will receive an email confirmation containing all the details of the event. Buses will run to and from the San Jose Convention Center to the Data Center every 30 minutes beginning at 5:00pm and ending at 7:00pm. We hope to meet you at our VIP event and at the show!

Click here for more information.

Kali Burdette, CMP
Open Compute Project Foundation
Meeting & Event Manager
Office: Lexington, KY (EST)
859.512.2366

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Re: Open Domain Specific Architecture

Marcin Kuczera
 

Hello,
I would fill this survey, but - can you give me some examples of ODSA projects ?
How can this be used ?

I'am rather a telco person than DC/Server..

Regards,
Marcin



On 2019-01-17 00:48, Steven Roberts wrote:

Hello OCP community!

The Open Domain Specific Architecture work group asked the OPC HPC project for help determining how/where they might best engage the OCP Community.  We cooked up a very short survey to do so here:


I think this will take 5 minutes to fill and if you're interested in integration of designs on die, this will be well worth the time!

Thanks for your consideration,
Steven Roberts
HPC Project co-chair


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Open Domain Specific Architecture

Steven Roberts
 


Hello OCP community!

The Open Domain Specific Architecture work group asked the OPC HPC project for help determining how/where they might best engage the OCP Community.  We cooked up a very short survey to do so here:


I think this will take 5 minutes to fill and if you're interested in integration of designs on die, this will be well worth the time!

Thanks for your consideration,
Steven Roberts
HPC Project co-chair


Re: OCP Storage Workshop Hosted by Seagate Jan 24th 1-6pm PST

Gina Geisel
 

Hi Archna, 

Can you share who is driving this training within Seagate?

Thanks!
Gina

On Thu, Jan 3, 2019 at 1:16 PM Archna Haylock <archna@...> wrote:

OCP presents another opportunity to meet face to face at the OCP Storage Workshop. Hosted by OCP Gold Member Seagate, this will give you a wonderful platform on collaboration on open storage solutions. Among the topics of discussion will be the Fast Fail initiative (a new API initiative from the Cloud HDD subgroup), Archival storage, and more. Please register ASAP as space is limited.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ocp-storage-workshop-hosted-by-seagate-tickets-54175364975

Please let me know if you have any questions.

Archna



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OCP Storage Workshop Hosted by Seagate Jan 24th 1-6pm PST

Archna Haylock
 

OCP presents another opportunity to meet face to face at the OCP Storage Workshop. Hosted by OCP Gold Member Seagate, this will give you a wonderful platform on collaboration on open storage solutions. Among the topics of discussion will be the Fast Fail initiative (a new API initiative from the Cloud HDD subgroup), Archival storage, and more. Please register ASAP as space is limited.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ocp-storage-workshop-hosted-by-seagate-tickets-54175364975

Please let me know if you have any questions.

Archna


Open Compute Project Announces Future Technologies Symposium

Kali Burdette
 

Event focused on future technology innovation to be held at the annual 2019 OCP Global Summit.

 

The Open Compute Project Foundation (OCP) invites students and researchers from around the world to submit posters for the 2019 OCP Future Technologies Symposium, as a new addition to the OCP Global Summit in San Jose, CA, USA.

 

Innovations that illustrate efficiency, scalability and scale using open source principles for scalable computing in compute, storage, networking or any OCP project; as well as those which are multi-disciplinary and cover leading technology solutions, such as edge computing.

 

Draft papers will be reviewed by the OCP leadership, the Incubation Committee Co-Chairs and Project Leaders. Acceptance will be based on content and overall program balance. The authors of the accepted drafts will have the opportunity to submit a poster and present their work during the OCP Global Summit in San Jose, CA on March 14 – 15, 2019.

 

“A continuous flow of new technology and ideas are necessary to design and deliver efficient, scalable computing.  To this end, we are adding the Future Technologies Symposium to this year’s Global Summit agenda with plans to add a similar symposium to the OCP Regional Summit being held in Amsterdam in September 2019. The Symposium will connect the OCP Community to promising new technology research being explored by academia and researchers. We see this as a valuable service for our entire community, who may not have the means to organize such an event on their own” stated Bill Carter, Chief Technology Officer for the Open Compute Project Foundation.     

 

Draft submission are due January 31, 2019 (11:30 pm PDT). Click here for more information.

 

Requirements:

 

All drafts must be received before the deadline via the online submission form. Incomplete or late submissions will not be reviewed. All submissions must include:

     Two-page draft paper with the IEEE two-column conference proceeding format

     Choose a track for your submission

     List of authors, including one member (at a minimum) available to travel to the event

     Sign the conflicts of interest disclosure

     Review the submission questions and submit your draft paper here: https://ssl.linklings.net/conferences/ocp/

 

Draft papers must include:

     Original work done by the author(s)

     Clearly articulate the problem statement

     Clearly identify the methodology proposed to address the problem

     Provide a section on the results or findings



Questions? Please contact symposium@...


  


Re: Happy Holidays from your OCP Family!

Sebastiano Bertani
 

I am relatively new to OCP, and I am excited about it very much.

Merry Christmas and happy holidays to all members!

    Sebastiano


Sebastiano Bertani
CEO at Tanaza



Happy Holidays from your OCP Family!

Archna Haylock
 

Before the end of the year is here, we wanted to take a moment and thank you all for your support. Our members support us in so many ways - whether it is their valuable time, their stellar leadership or their sheer participation, we sincerely appreciate it. This organization is successful because of your dedication and passion for open solutions.

We, here at OCP, would like to wish you and your families a peaceful and relaxing holiday and a very prosperous new year!! 

The Open Compute Project Foundation Staff


How to join Subgroups - Project Mailing Lists

Michael Schill
 

Hi all,

The easiest way to join the mailing list of a specific project is by visiting that projects page on the OCP website or the OCP wiki. In order to make this process simpler, I've included all of the OCP mailing lists in this email - click on a group to join that project's list. The subgroups for each project are listed directly underneath.

Announcements

Project Lists

Regional Communities


Deadline Extended! OCP Call for Participation

Kali Burdette
 

All,

We have extended the deadline for the Call for Participation for our 2019 OCP Global Summit! The deadline will now be Tuesday, December 4 at 5pm PT. 

Instructions for submitting and survey link can be found here.

Thank you!
Kali


Kali Burdette, CMP
Open Compute Project Foundation
Meeting & Event Manager
Office: Lexington, KY (EST)
859.512.2366

The 2019 OCP Global Summit will be held March 14-15 in San Jose, CA. Sponsorships are selling out fast! Click here to learn more. #OCPSummit19


Last Chance to Submit a Session for OCP Global Summit!

Kali Burdette
 

All,

Don't forget that this is the last week to submit a presentation for the 2019 OCP Global Summit in March! (Deadline is Friday)

Instructions for submitting and survey link can be found here.

Thank you!
Kali

Kali Burdette, CMP
Open Compute Project Foundation
Meeting & Event Manager
Office: Lexington, KY (EST)
859.512.2366

The 2019 OCP Global Summit will be held March 14-15 in San Jose, CA. Sponsorships are selling out fast! Click here to learn more. #OCPSummit19


A Letter from the OCP Foundation

Archna Haylock
 



A Year in Review -


We are wrapping up another year here at OCP and getting ready for our Global Summit in San Jose, CA in March next year. As we look back on 2018, there have been a lot of firsts for OCP…


  • Over 3400 attendees at our Summit in March - this was a record attendance number for OCP.

  • OCP’s impact was over $1B globally (non board revenue) - this was an incredible result of our entire community - our partners, solution providers (SPs) and adopters globally.

  • OCP’s Marketplace hits over 100 products and growing. Thank you to our Solution Providers!

  • OCP’s Contributions have been at an all time high - consisting of specs, design files, reference architectures, tested configurations, white papers, case studies, embedded software, recognized products and now recognized colo facilities. A Big Thanks to all our contributing members!!

  • OCP added 2 incubation projects - this was due to a huge demand from our Community. Again, incubation projects are a first for OCP.

  • OCP has the highest number of sub-projects and work streams in its history. A big Thanks to all our Community members who brought forward some great ideas for collaboration!!!

  • OCP has had so much demand for embedded SW - record increase in the number of SW participants in the OCP Community. Rajeev Sharma (DIr of SW and Technology) was added to our Foundation to address this demand.

  • OCP’s launch of the OCP Ready™ Certification Mark - a new Facility Recognition Program for Colos. OCP has updated and added some new agreements to officially launch this program - these are effective immediately

    • New Trademark Usage Policy - new trademarks that we are incorporating

    • OCP Ready™ Certification Mark Agreement

    • Colo Solution Provider Agreement

  • If you are making products based on OCP specs or would like to contribute your own specs, OCP will validate and recognize your products as part of our Product Recognition Program. It’s free!!!

  • OCP’s Website has been revamped and is now collecting all sorts of Marketplace analytics!

  • OCP’s membership is also at a record high, over 185 corporate members and climbing.

  • OCP held a record number of workshops this year - both State-side and abroad.

  • OCP held its first of many Regional Summits in Amsterdam in Oct.

  • OCP started regional project communities in Korea and China, adding to our ASIA community (Japan and Taiwan are well underway). Our first meetup was held in China for SONiC!

  • OCP’s New membership requirements were well met - lots of collaboration and new contributions have come in!  Thank you to all that helped.

  • OCP’s move to new collaboration tools - GoToMeeting for our project calls, Groups.io for our mailing list


This just means that we are growing and the demands of our Community are growing. And OCP is prepared to address these demands!  


So what’s new for 2019:


It’s full speed ahead for the OCP crew and its volunteer leaders.


  • OCP’s Global Summit March 14-15 @ San Jose, CA - Call for Participation of Keynotes and Workshop Sessions is underway. Workshop sessions are being planned and sponsorships are filling up! Get involved!

  • OCP will do the Regional Summit in Amsterdam in Fall 2019 as well. Stay tuned.

  • OCP’s Solution Provider (SP) Portal will be enabled to allow SPs and Colo SPs to directly take their OCP recognized products/facilities  and update the OCP Marketplace.

  • OCP’s Contribution Portal will be enhanced to allow for easy online submission of contributions - No More Stinkin’ Checklists!

  • OCP has a GitHub Directory - lots of good activity going on here. See all the Commits on our platforms.

  • OCP will be collaborating more with other open organizations for cross-organization demos and work-streams. Stay tuned.  

    • If you are interested, please contact us.

  • OCP is updating their legal structure to accommodate GDPR and other initiatives on Jan 1, 2019.

    • New OCP Contribution License Agreement - new umbrella structure to avoid legal churn.

    • New OCP Copyright License Agreement - new umbrella structure to avoid legal churn.

    • New OCP Joint Development Agreement - allow more accountability for participants

  • OCP has updated and added some new agreements to officially launch our Facility Recognition Program - these are effective immediately

    • New Trademark Usage Policy - new trademarks that we are incorporating

    • OCP Ready™ Certification Mark Agreement - launching our Facility Recognition Program

    • Colo Solution Provider Agreement - to allow for a new class of solution providers

  • OCP is constantly updating our website to showcase continued improvement - all our docs, contributions, events, project calls, etc are online!

  • OCP will be participating at more conferences in 2019. Check out our Upcoming Events page.

    • If you are interested in presenting on our behalf, please contact us.

  • A LOT more workshops are being scheduled. Check out our Upcoming Events Page for more info.  

    • If you want to host a workshop or sponsor one, please let us know.


Thank you so much for your participation and contribution to OCP. We are humbled by your support and for making us a successful collaboration platform. We look forward to many more successes with your continued support.  If you have any questions on any of the items above or how to get your company more involved with OCP, please do not hesitate to contact the OCP Team.


Archna Haylock
Community Director
Open Compute Project
Cell: 408-921-9050

The 2018 OCP Global Summit will be in San Jose on March 14-15.  Click Here to learn more. #OCPGlobal19



Re: Formation of Telco openEDGE sub-Project and First Call Nov 14th - Agenda

Aaron Sullivan
 

Thanks Mike.

Does this sub-project have a written charter (or anything that describes the scope more explicitly than what might be inferred from the Telco group charter)?

If so, would you mind distributing a copy / link?

Thanks again,

—Aaron

Sent from my mobile

On Nov 2, 2018, at 3:25 PM, Mike Moore <mike.moore@...> wrote:

Dear OCP Members,

 

At the Amsterdam Summit, the submission of the openEDGE Chassis and Server Specifications, under the Telco Project was announced.   


In addition to this submission, the formation of the openEDGE sub-project, under the Telco Project, was initiated.   Links to the Draft Specifications can be found on the new openEDGE wiki: https://www.opencompute.org/wiki/Telcos/openEDGE


Project calls have been planned for the following regularly scheduled times:

The first of these calls will be on Tuesday, November 14th, 1pm CST, will be the first call.  Aligning with the Telco Projects goals of wider global coverage, there will be a 2nd call per month to better align with APAC.


The current proposal for the next meeting is:

  1. Overview of OCP openEdge and draft submissions
  2. Discussion of the goals and timelines of the openEdge sub-project
  3. Others proposals

I look forward to working with the OCP Community to build an eco-system around this new architecture.


Regards,

Mike Moore - Nokia

Sub-Project Lead -Telcos/Open Edge

Open Compute Project (OCP)

http://www.opencompute.org

Cell: +1-972-876-0825

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