OpenStack recently released a 2022 user survey report stating that OpenStack Deployment reaches a new milestone in 2022:Now with over 40 million production cores,A 60% increase compared to 2021 and a 166% increase since 2020; andThere are more than 300 public cloud data centers around the world.

The reason is that exponential growth is driven by increased reliance on hybrid cloud environments and integrated support for Kubernetes. The survey is based on more than 300 deployments and responses from more than 430 respondents cataloged between August 2021 and August 2022.

“At a time when pundits are questioning whether OpenStack (the fourth largest open source project in the world) is dead, the OpenInfra Foundation measures an unprecedented 40 million OpenStack cores in production. Core services (Nova, Neutron, Keystone, Glance and Ironic ) adoption remains high, but as operators evolve their architectures to accommodate new workloads, they have turned to supporting services under the OpenStack umbrella, including Octavia and Magnum. These specific projects support reliance on hybrid cloud environments and Integration with Kubernetes and continued development as a production-ready OpenStack service.”

Organizations of all sizes are scaling to meet the needs of end users.Apart fromOutside the telecommunications industry, OpenStack has become the backbone of major large mobile companies such as China Mobile and Verizon. Japanese messaging service LINE, on-demand cloud financial management service Workday, Walmart Labs and Yahoo, among many other smaller players, are also betting on OpenStack.

on the other hand,As an OpenInfra standard, Linux OpenStack Kubernetes Infrastructure (LOKI) is being implemented in production at an increasing rate.Kubernetes is now deployed in over 85% of OpenStack deployments:73% passed vanilla Kubernetes, and another 12% passed OpenShift.Magnum, the OpenStack container orchestration service, is also growing in popularity, with 21% of users now using it to run production workloads (Only 16% last year).

The survey also noted that respondents running hybrid cloud environments and OpenStack deployments also rose from 77 percent to 80 percent.To achieve a smooth transition of workloads between different cloud environments, more and more operators are turning to Octavia – an open source, carrier-scale load balancing solution designed to work with OpenStack. Almost half of all production deployments are running Octavia in production today, an 11% increase over last year.

In terms of user satisfaction, OpenStack performed steadily, with an NPS of 41. Users praised the community for its “pure technical talent that can be nurtured and given back,” and cited “the encouragement and support of the community” and the “community-driven” nature of the project as its greatest strengths.

butRespondents also indicated that upgrading is still the number one pain point; based on this, the community decided to make major changes starting in the next version to alleviate some of the complexities in the OpenStack upgrade process. Additionally, the community is working on dashboard improvements, project documentation improvements, and reducing the overall complexity of OpenStack.

More details can beView the full report.

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