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== What is the Open Compute Project? ==
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The Open Compute Project is a rapidly growing community of engineers around the world whose mission is to design and enable the delivery of the most efficient server, storage and data center hardware designs available for scalable computing. Currently there are eleven Project Groups that individuals and organizations can get involved with and participate in.
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= Participate =
  
Welcome to the main wiki page for the Open Compute Project. Currently there are seven (7) projects which individuals and organizations can get are encouraged to get involved with and participate in. '''PLEASE NOTE THESE PAGES ARE IN PROGRESS AND INFORMATION IS BEING UPDATED'''.
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If you are interested in working with the Open Compute Project, we are glad to welcome you to our community. There are several ways to get involved with OCP.  We encourage everyone to take a look at the [[http://www.opencompute.org/ OCP website]] and to sign up for our [https://ocp-all.groups.io/g/main mailing lists] to participate in the project meetings.
  
== What is the Open Compute Project? ==
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==How to Join==
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*[https://www.opencompute.org/membership/how-to-join Become a Member]
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Corporate Tiered Membership
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*[https://www.opencompute.org/membership/agreements Membership Agreements]
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*[https://www.opencompute.org/membership/membership-organizational-directory Membership Directory]
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==How to Contribute==
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*[https://www.opencompute.org/contributions/how-to-contribute OCP Contribution Process]
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*[https://www.opencompute.org/contributions/agreements Contribution Agreements]
  
The Open Compute Project is a rapidly growing community of engineers around the world whose mission is to design and enable the delivery of the most efficient server, storage and data center hardware designs available for scalable computing.
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= Foundation Structure =
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The Open Compute Project Foundation is a Delaware corporation under IRC 501(c)(6).  
  
== GETTING INVOLVED ==
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==OCP Staff==
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*Rocky Bullock - CEO
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*Bill Carter - CTO
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*Steve Helvie - VP of Channel Development [mailto:steve@opencompute.org steve@opencompute.org]
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*Archna Haylock - Community Director [mailto:archna@opencompute.org archna@opencompute.org]
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*Dirk Van Slyke - Chief Marketing Officer [mailto:dirkv@opencompute.org dirkv@opencompute.org]
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*Rajeev Sharma - Director of Software Technologies [mailto:rajeev@opencompute.org rajeev@opencompute.org]
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*Kali Burdette - Meeting & Event Manager [mailto:kali@opencompute.org kali@opencompute.org]
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*Michael Schill - Community & IT Manager [mailto:michael@opencompute.org michael@opencompute.org]
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*Kate Hendle - Event Specialist [mailto:kate@opencompute.org kate@opencompute.org]
  
If you are interested in working with the Open Compute Project, we are glad to welcome you to our community. There are several ways to get involved with OCP.  We encourage everyone to take a look at the [[http://www.opencompute.org/ OCP website]] and to sign up for our mailing lists, IRC channels and to participate in the projects meetings. 
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==Board of Directors==
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The OCP Foundation is governed by its Board of Directors:
  
* [[Mailing Lists]]
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===Chairman and President===
* [[IRC Channels]]
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*Mark Roenigk, Infrastructure Hardware Lead - Facebook
* [[Files and Specs]]
 
* [[Events]]
 
* [[Governance]]
 
  
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===Board===
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*Andy Bechtolsheim - Individual
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*Jim Hawkins, VP Global Data Center Operations & Engr - Rackspace
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*Kushagra Vaid, GM and Distinguished Engr, Azure - Microsoft
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*Partha Ranganathan, Distinguished Engr - Google
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*Jason Waxman, General Manager, High Density Computing, Data Center Group - Intel
  
==OCP INCUBATION COMMITTEE (IC)==
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*Rocky Bullock, Secretary/Treasurer (non-voting)
  
The Incubation Committee, reviews and approves all new specs which are submitted to the OCP Foundation for inclusion.
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The Board of Directors charters the Projects and sets the strategic mission and focus of the OCP Foundation.
  
The IC Chair and Vice-Chair positions are appointed by the OCP Foundation Board.
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==Incubation Committee==
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The Incubation Committee (IC) reviews and approves all new specs which are submitted to the OCP Foundation.
  
In 2014, the eight (8) IC seats that mirror the eight (8) OCP Projects will become member elected seats.  For more information on the community election process go to: http://www.opencompute.org/wiki/Governance
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The IC Chair positions are appointed by the OCP Foundation Board.
  
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The IC seats that mirror the OCP Projects are elected seats.  For more information on the community election process go to: http://www.opencompute.org/wiki/Governance
 
* [[IC Members]]
 
* [[IC Members]]
 
* [[IC Meetings]]
 
* [[IC Meetings]]
  
== OCP PROJECTS ==
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== OCP Project Groups ==
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Specifications and designs are contributed to the OCP Foundation through the OCP Projects.
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Each Project Group has Project Leads. The Project Leads run the monthly project calls and assist with specification & design submissions.
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To join the conversation and attend a project meeting, visit the OCP Projects page [http://opencompute.org/projects/ here].
  
* [[C%26I_Wiki_Portal|C&I]]
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* [[Data Center Facility]]
* [[Data Center]]
 
 
* [[Hardware Management]]
 
* [[Hardware Management]]
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* [[Networking]]
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* [[Open System Firmware]]
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* [[Rack & Power]]
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* [[Security]]
 
* [[Server]]
 
* [[Server]]
* [[Networking]]
 
* [[Open Rack]]
 
 
* [[Storage]]
 
* [[Storage]]
 
* [[Telcos]]
 
* [[Telcos]]
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* [[Time Appliance Project]]
  
== OCP Working Groups ==
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== Future Technologies Initiative ==
 
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* [[OCP Future Technologies Initiative]]
* [[Wear Monitor]]
 
 
 
== OCP Regional Communities ==
 
 
 
'''About OCP Regional Communities (RC)'''
 
 
 
As the OCP Community continues to grow and expand the RCs are here to help groups of OCP adopters, innovators, thought leaders and users collaborate together in regional communities to help advocate, promote, translate, develop and drive change and innovation in, near, and around the data center its hardware, software, management and more.
 
 
 
The RCs will work with the main OCP projects but organize in local communities.  The RCs do not take the place of the top level projects and participation in these communities does not grant automatic OCP membership.  OCP Membership is administered through the OCP Foundation.  If you have any questions about becoming an OCP Member please see the link below or [mailto:amber@opencompute.org email] the OCP community manager, Amber Graner with any questions, comments or feedback.
 
  
* [http://www.opencompute.org/wiki/RC Find an RC]
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== Regional Communities ==
  
* How to Become an RC (Under construction)
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* [https://www.opencompute.org/wiki/OCP_Regional_Community:_China OCP China]
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* [https://www.opencompute.org/wiki/OCP_Regional_Community:_Europe OCP Europe]
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* [https://www.opencompute.org/wiki/OCP_Regional_Community:_Japan OCP Japan]
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* [https://www.opencompute.org/wiki/OCP_Regional_Community:_Korea OCP Korea]
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* [https://www.opencompute.org/wiki/OCP_Regional_Community:_Taiwan OCP Taiwan]
  
* [http://www.opencompute.org/community/get-involved/ Become an OCP Member].
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=Contributions=
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* [https://www.opencompute.org/contributions OCP Contributions]
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* [https://www.opencompute.org/contributions/how-to-contribute Contribution Process]
  
== OCP Certification ==
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=Governance=
We've recently added an FAQ about Certification here at the Open Compute Project
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* [https://www.opencompute.org/documents/amended-governance-updated-february-22nd-2021 Governance]
  
*[[Certification FAQ]]
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=Licensing=
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This work is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. 
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Copyright 2018 [Open Compute Project Foundation].

Latest revision as of 12:16, 30 August 2021

Opencompute-TM-logo-2-600w-v1-1.png

What is the Open Compute Project?

The Open Compute Project is a rapidly growing community of engineers around the world whose mission is to design and enable the delivery of the most efficient server, storage and data center hardware designs available for scalable computing. Currently there are eleven Project Groups that individuals and organizations can get involved with and participate in.

Participate

If you are interested in working with the Open Compute Project, we are glad to welcome you to our community. There are several ways to get involved with OCP. We encourage everyone to take a look at the [OCP website] and to sign up for our mailing lists to participate in the project meetings.

How to Join

Corporate Tiered Membership

How to Contribute

Foundation Structure

The Open Compute Project Foundation is a Delaware corporation under IRC 501(c)(6).

OCP Staff

Board of Directors

The OCP Foundation is governed by its Board of Directors:

Chairman and President

  • Mark Roenigk, Infrastructure Hardware Lead - Facebook

Board

  • Andy Bechtolsheim - Individual
  • Jim Hawkins, VP Global Data Center Operations & Engr - Rackspace
  • Kushagra Vaid, GM and Distinguished Engr, Azure - Microsoft
  • Partha Ranganathan, Distinguished Engr - Google
  • Jason Waxman, General Manager, High Density Computing, Data Center Group - Intel
  • Rocky Bullock, Secretary/Treasurer (non-voting)

The Board of Directors charters the Projects and sets the strategic mission and focus of the OCP Foundation.

Incubation Committee

The Incubation Committee (IC) reviews and approves all new specs which are submitted to the OCP Foundation.

The IC Chair positions are appointed by the OCP Foundation Board.

The IC seats that mirror the OCP Projects are elected seats. For more information on the community election process go to: http://www.opencompute.org/wiki/Governance

OCP Project Groups

Specifications and designs are contributed to the OCP Foundation through the OCP Projects. Each Project Group has Project Leads. The Project Leads run the monthly project calls and assist with specification & design submissions. To join the conversation and attend a project meeting, visit the OCP Projects page here.

Future Technologies Initiative

Regional Communities

Contributions

Governance

Licensing

This work is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. Copyright 2018 [Open Compute Project Foundation].