Pulse 2013: DevOps Review and Roadmap

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This is the presentation that I presented with Ruth Willenborg that provides a review of IBM's DevOps strategy as well as the roadmap for recently developed capabilities and future directions.

This is the presentation that I presented with Ruth Willenborg that provides a review of IBM's DevOps strategy as well as the roadmap for recently developed capabilities and future directions.

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  • 1. CDO-1884: DevOpsReview and RoadmapDaniel Berg, Chief Architect for DevOpsRuth Willenborg, DE, Cloud and DevOpsAndrew Hans, Senior Dev Manager DevOps © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 2. Please noteIBM’s statements regarding its plans, directions, and intent are subject to change orwithdrawal without notice at IBM’s sole discretion.Information regarding potential future products is intended to outline our general productdirection and it should not be relied on in making a purchasing decision.The information mentioned regarding potential future products is not a commitment, promise,or legal obligation to deliver any material, code or functionality. Information about potentialfuture products may not be incorporated into any contract. The development, release, andtiming of any future features or functionality described for our products remains at our solediscretion.Performance is based on measurements and projections using standard IBM benchmarks ina controlled environment. The actual throughput or performance that any user will experiencewill vary depending upon many factors, including considerations such as the amount ofmultiprogramming in the user’s job stream, the I/O configuration, the storage configuration,and the workload processed. Therefore, no assurance can be given that an individual userwill achieve results similar to those stated here. 1
  • 3. Businesses are challenged to meet time pressures with quality software ….34% of all new IT Projects deploy late* 41% 51% applications rolled 45% experience delays experience delays in integration, configuration back due to quality due to troubleshooting and issues escaping and fine-tuning issues testing of applications* into production* in production*Business Line of Development IT Operations Owners Customers Business & Test GAP GAP Up to 4-6 Weeks to deliver a simple code change** *      Forrester/IBM  Study:  A  New  View  of  IBM’s  Opportunity  for  Integrated  Op>mized  Systems  Address  ,  2011   **  Forrester  “Five  Ways  To  Streamline  Release  Management”,    2011   2
  • 4. Patterns of challengesDifferences  in  dev  and   Backlog  of  agile   Manual  (tribal)   Lack  of  feedback  and   ops  environments   releases  that  Ops   processes  for  release   quality  metric  leads  to   cause  failures   cannot  handle   lack  repeatability/ missed  service  level   speed   targets   Dev Who did this last time? Daily Build Dave… Prod Dave’s not here Monthly Delivery man… 3
  • 5. Software delivery is at the heart of today’s top technology trends Big Data New applications provide insights by interpreting massive quantities of data Collaboration Cloud Development and Operations teams High application demand requires work in continuous application fast, scalable environments delivery cycles for development / testing Mobile Apps Intelligent/Modern workforce expects Connected Systems constantly updated Software Delivery! The software component software to connect to in smart products drives value enterprise systems and competitive differentiation 4
  • 6. Our view of DevOpsA core enterprise capability for…§  Continuous delivery of software to People§  Seize market opportunities and Process§  Make rapid improvements based on customer Tools feedback while§  Balancing speed, quality, and costs 5
  • 7. Cultural challenges adopting DevOps Operator DeveloperApplication deployment failed again Why does it take so long to get a testbecause of new libraries. environment?Our processes ensure environment I like using new open source libraries.stability. I’ve checked in my code now it justDevelopment is always making bad needs to be deployed (easy).operational decisions. CDO-­‐1511:  How  IBM  Leverages  SmartCloud   CDO-­‐1741:  ShadowOps  versus  DevOps   Con>nuous  Delivery  to  Streamline  DevOps   6
  • 8. DevOps Principles and Values§  Develop and test against a production-like system§  Iterative and frequent deployments using People repeatable and reliable processes Process§  Continuously monitor and validate operational Tools quality characteristics§  Amplify feedback loops 7
  • 9. Standardize Plan & Track Manage Changes Automate Delivery Feedback IBM Workload Deployer IBM PureApplicationRa#onal  Team  Concert   Provisioning   Systems Agile   Deployment  of   Development   Virtual  Systems   8
  • 10. StandardizeCommunicate and share environment patternsIssues§  Dev environments different from production environments§  Difficult to provision test environments§  Environment provisioning creates new “snowflakes”Solution§  Define standard Virtual System Patterns for environments§  Share patterns between Dev and Ops to improve communications Func>onal   User  Acceptance  §  Repeatable and reliable Verifica>on     Test  Environment   process to provision base Test  Environment   environments (rubber stamps) 9
  • 11. Plan and TrackCommon tools to plan and track changes across Dev and OpsIssues§  Configuration tasks are not planned or tracked§  Different tools/processes for tracking workSolution§  Use collaborative development tools to track and plan application and configuration changes§  Ensures work is properly planned in the proper order§  Ensures audit trail for planned changes to environments 10 10
  • 12. Manage Changes Version and manage application and configuration changesIssues§  Configuration changes vary between environments§  Configuration changes are not well managed§  Release artifacts are randomly created and appliedSolution§  Version control configuration changes as code in an SCM close to the application changes§  Version and track release artifacts in an Artifact Library§  Track release dependencies 11
  • 13. Automate DeliveryRepeatable and reliable processesIssues§  Application deployment is generally an unreliable, manual process§  Difficult to replicate§  Slow to execute§  Long delays between deployments increases size of change sets making problem determination difficultSolution§  Tooling to define and configure an automated delivery process§  Reliable and repeatable delivery process§  Deploy early and often to “fail fast” and resolve even faster 12
  • 14. Feedback Immediate feedback of changesIssues§  Weeks, months pass before getting any feedback of a change (if any)§  Often cannot determine where/if a build was deployed§  Long delays in feedback makes problem determination more difficultSolution§  Report results of automated delivery process directly in context of development tools§  Preserve traceability of delivery output with build process§  Report automated tests results in a timely fashion 13
  • 15. Enterprise capability for continuous delivery of softwareinnovation DevOps Lifecycle Customers Business Owners Development/Test Operations/Production Continuous Feedback and Improvements Business Planning Collaborative Continuous Continuous Development Testing Release Continuous Monitoring Continuous Delivery Open Lifecycle Integration Platform 14
  • 16. DevOps capabilities for continuous testing Collaborative Development Continuous Testing Continuous Release Build   Quality   Automa>on   Management   Applica>on   Environment   Release   Provisioning   Automa>on   Change   Source  Control   Test   Service  Management   Management   Automa>on   Virtualiza>on   Continuous Monitoring Applica>on  Performance  Monitoring   Delivery  Pipeline   Continuous Delivery Open Lifecycles Integration Platform 15
  • 17. DevOps tool chain for continuous testing Collaborative Development Continuous Testing Continuous Release IBM  SmartCloud   Build   IBM  Ra>onal   Quality  a>onal   IBM  R Jenkins   Provisioning   Automa>on    Build  Forge   Management    Quality  Manager     Chef   IBM     Applica>on   Workload   IBM  Ra>onal   Environment   Release   Deployer   Automa>on   Provisioning   Automa>on     Framework   IBM  Pure   Change   IBM  Source  Control   Ra>onal     IBM  Ra>onal      Systems   Test   Service  Management   Team  Concert   Management   Test  Workbench   Automa>on   Virtualiza>on   Continuous Monitoring IBM  SmartCloud  Applica>on     Applica>on  Performance  Monitoring   Performance  Management   IBM  SmartCloud     Delivery  Pipeline   Con>nuous  Delivery   Continuous Delivery Open Lifecycles Integration Platform 16
  • 18. IBM SmartCloud Continuous Delivery flow Test Automation Cloud  Platform  Provider Developer Tools Execute   Request   tests cloud   resources Provision   Deliver   resources changes Automation Agent Post  results (execute delivery process) Source Control and Change Management server Publish   packages Retrieve   packages Trigger   delivery Artifact Library Post   changes Virtual System Publish   Build Server packages 17 17
  • 19. Discover where we are going next 18
  • 20. End-to-end release planningReal-time feedback for the delivery of business value Business Planning Development Planning Focal Point Team Concert Business Dev Release Need Project Plan Story Build Requirements Composer Quality Manager Requirement Test Plan Test Case New integration Application Release Management SmartCloud Continuous Delivery SmartCloud Orchestrator New Application Environment Virtual New Release SystemFeature! 19
  • 21. Continuous testing with virtualized services Continuous Feedback and Improvements Avoid testing bottlenecks due to dependencies on Business Planning Collaborative Continuous Continuous external services Development Testing Release Continuous Monitoring Continuous Delivery NEW! Continuous testing using Green Hat virtualized services in the Cloud Rational Test Workbench Application changes being tested SmartCloud Databases Mainframe Third-party Continuous Delivery applications Services virtualized services Rational Test Virtualization Server•  Automate setup and management of test virtualization server in the cloud•  Automates configuration of virtualized IBM SmartCloud Provisioning services for an application under test IBM Workload Deployer•  Automate setup of production-like test environments with low cost IBM PureApplication System 20
  • 22. Multi-stage Continuous Delivery Pipelines Pipeline  dashboards  provide   feedback  for  the  flow  of   changes  through  the   SCM Changes  trigger   Artifact pipeline   (Source code & pipeline   Library configurations) execu>on   Delivery Pipeline QA Stage Pre- Build Promote to Production ProductionBusiness  Owners Stage Stage Customers Performance Stage Approval  gates  with   Each  stage  defines  tasks  to   automated/manual   provision  an  environment   Stages  can  be  run  in  parallel   approvals  provide   with  entrance  and  exit   compliance  checking   criteria   21
  • 23. Rational Development and Test Environment for System z Continuous build and test of distributed systems DevOps Lifecycle Customers Business Owners Development/Test Operations/Production Continuous Feedback and Improvements IBM  Con>nuous   Integra>on  Solu>ons     COBOL, PL/I, C++, Java, EGL, Batch, for  System  Z   Assembler, Debug Tool IMS DB2 CICS IBM  Ra>onal  Test   WAS MQ Workbench   z/OS New   integraDon   x86 PC running Linux IBM  SmartCloud     Con>nuous  Delivery  Note: This Program is licensed only for development and test of applications that run on IBM z/OS. The Program may not be used to run production workloads of any kind, nor morerobust development workloads including without limitation production module builds, pre-production testing, stress testing, or performance testing. 22 22
  • 24. Continuous delivery for mobile There are mobile-specific challenges in achieving continuous delivery§  Device fragmentation §  Builds are pulled from app-stores vs push§  Additional governance required §  Injection of app-store feedback into delivery§  Curated app-stores impose review processes process§  Device testing is difficult §  Native plus back-end services required for mobile applications DevOps Lifecycle Customers Business Owners Development/Test Operations/Production Continuous Feedback and Improvements March   BETA     IBM  Ra>onal  Test   Workbench  for  Mobile   Business Planning Device Anywhere Mobile simulator Collaborative IBM  Mobile  Development   Continuous Continuous Development Lifecycle  Solu>on   Testing Release AppCenter   Continuous Monitoring IBM  SmartCloud     Continuous Delivery Con>nuous  Delivery   New   Open Lifecycle Integration Platform integraDon   23
  • 25. Open, dynamic orchestration of resources, workloads and services New   •  Fully automates the deployment and lifecycle management of cloud services Orchestrator Open Beta across resources, workloads and services" •  Built on a foundation of open standards – TOSCA, OpenStack, OSLC" •  Accelerated deployments with reusable workload patterns and Chef recipes" •  Unified management of heterogeneous environments" •  Supports deployment of hybrid & public clouds" Continuous delivery pipeline •  Works with SmartCloud Continuous Delivery to provide extended DevOps platform"Reduce  >me-­‐to-­‐market  to  deliver  new  business  services  Improve  administrator  produc>vity   24 © 2013 IBM Corporation | IBM Confidential until 11am ET March 4th, 2013
  • 26. Managing workloads across the lifecycle requires orchestration ! Network Monitoring ! Domain! IT Monitoring IT Asset Storage Storage Management" Management! Domain" Domain" Domain! Data ComputeAvailability Network Change Domain Domain" Domain" Management!Orchestration Engine Web App DB Service Desk! Provision Pattern Resource Orchestration! Service Orchestration Onboard, provision, manage Workload Orchestration Workload aware placement, Manage the lifecycle of CPU, Storage and Network optimization and operation business applications 25
  • 27. Extended platformsRa#onal  Team  Concert   IBM  SmartCloud  Orchestrator   Agile   Development   More clouds More patterns EC2 TOSCA Virtual Applications 26
  • 28. SmartCloud Orchestrator Promotion Control Orchestrator   Drive Build Promotion OpsCode  Chef   Chef  Server   Retrieve list of builds Hosted  Chef   Change environment mappings Change Integrated instance Approval environments Processing DEV QA PROD Continuous Delivery Deliver and inst inst inst test new builds Your Infrastructure Pedestal  74:  Marrying  Apps  &  Infrastructure:  Deliver  Working  Code  More  Quickly  and  with  Greater   Consistency  than  Ever  Before   27
  • 29. How we plan to get there … Phase 1 Phase 2 Future  Con>nuous  tes>ng  with   End-­‐to-­‐end  release   Simplified  developer  Service  Virtualiza>on   planning   experience  for  building       engaging  systems  New  Placorms:   Mul>-­‐stage  pipelines    Openstack  &  SmartCloud      Orchestrator   Con>nuous  delivery  for       Mobile  and  Mainframe           28
  • 30. Summary§  Challenges to deliver software-driven innovation§  Disruptive technologies driving greater need to innovate§  DevOps is critical to your success§  IBM has first class DevOps solutions and is continuing to invest and improve upon these solutions 29
  • 31. We want to hear you!Workshop: DevOps / Continuous Delivery•  60-minute, small group discussion (fewer than 10)•  Hosts: •  Neeraj Chandra, VP - Strategy •  Randy Newell, Director - Capabilities MarketingTuesday, March 5, 5:15 – 6:15 pm ptPulse Expo Hall - Marquee Ball Room, Room B5Limited seats – please RSVP: RNewell@us.ibm.com or 203-521-9157 3030
  • 32. The IBM Technical SummitTop Five Reasons to Attend Learn how you can make the most of Agile, DevOps, Cloud, Mobile, Big Data, Social Business and other key trends to release products faster, improve processes, increase quality, and meet business objectives. Get detailed Rational technical training trough hundreds of breakouts, hands-on technical workshops, open labs and a wide variety of certification testing Explore Innovation Labs, observe interoperability in action and meet face to face with experts in a high- energy Exhibit Hall. Innovate 2013: The IBM Technical Summit is the event for software practitioners and Network with over 4000 attendees from around the world product developers. Attendees will learn to and collaborate with your peers from a wide variety of roles, industries and locations. improve the practices, predictability and economics of software delivery through Enjoy top-notch keynotes and entertainment, detailed education and insights into key including strategic presentations, dynamic guest technical trends! speakers and customer success stories. Register by March 15 and save $300! ibm.com/innovate
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