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Thomas MetschkeIntroducing AWS OpsWorksTechnical Program Manager
Once upon a time…Making Donuts1. Make dough2. Roll and cut the dough3. Separate donuts from holes4. Let the dough rise5. P...
Source: http://www.mixph.com/2008/10/how-to-make-donuts-food-business.html
Recipes + AutomationEric Joynerericjoyner.com
Introducing AWS OpsWorks• Integrated application management solution for ops-minded developers and IT admins• Model, contr...
AWS Application Management ServicesElastic Beanstalk OpsWorks CloudFormation EC2Convenience ControlHigher-level Services D...
The heart of AWS OpsWorksAgent on eachEC2 instanceOpsWorkstalks with
The heart of AWS OpsWorksunderstands a set of commands that aretriggered by OpsWorks.The agent then runs a Chef solo run.A...
Instance lifecycle commands
Enough talkingDEMO TIME
Improve reliabilityGitCodeJenkinsBuild TestOpsWorksProvision Deploy Monitor
What’s next for AWS OpsWorks?• Deeper integration with AWS resources (e.g., ELB)• More built-in layers• Advanced VPC integ...
Thank You!For more information, please visit us athttps://aws.amazon.com/opsworksThomas Metschke@tmetschke
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AWS Summit Berlin 2013 - Introducing AWS Opsworks

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AWS gives developers programmatic control of resources and the ability to grow as application needs dictate. However, managing an application can take more than simply starting EC2 instances. Software may need to be configured on the instances and changes to existing resources may be required. AWS now has an easier way to automate and control applications of any scale or complexity. In this session we will demonstrate OpsWorks, an integrated experience for managing the complete application lifecycle, including resource provisioning, configuration management, application deployment, software updates, monitoring, and access control. Attendees will leave this session with an understanding of how to control any aspect of an application’s configuration using OpsWorks Layers and Chef recipes, and automate common tasks to streamline operations.

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  1. 1. Thomas MetschkeIntroducing AWS OpsWorksTechnical Program Manager
  2. 2. Once upon a time…Making Donuts1. Make dough2. Roll and cut the dough3. Separate donuts from holes4. Let the dough rise5. Prepare the glaze6. Frying time!7. Let them dry8. Apply glaze9. Add sprinkles (optional)
  3. 3. Source: http://www.mixph.com/2008/10/how-to-make-donuts-food-business.html
  4. 4. Recipes + AutomationEric Joynerericjoyner.com
  5. 5. Introducing AWS OpsWorks• Integrated application management solution for ops-minded developers and IT admins• Model, control and automate applications of nearly anyscale and complexity• AWS Management Console, SDKs, or CLI• No additional cost
  6. 6. AWS Application Management ServicesElastic Beanstalk OpsWorks CloudFormation EC2Convenience ControlHigher-level Services Do it yourself
  7. 7. The heart of AWS OpsWorksAgent on eachEC2 instanceOpsWorkstalks with
  8. 8. The heart of AWS OpsWorksunderstands a set of commands that aretriggered by OpsWorks.The agent then runs a Chef solo run.Agent on eachEC2 instance
  9. 9. Instance lifecycle commands
  10. 10. Enough talkingDEMO TIME
  11. 11. Improve reliabilityGitCodeJenkinsBuild TestOpsWorksProvision Deploy Monitor
  12. 12. What’s next for AWS OpsWorks?• Deeper integration with AWS resources (e.g., ELB)• More built-in layers• Advanced VPC integration (beyond today’s support for thedefault VPC)• And more!• Please give us your feedback in the OpsWorks forums.
  13. 13. Thank You!For more information, please visit us athttps://aws.amazon.com/opsworksThomas Metschke@tmetschke
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