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JBoss Architect Forum
October 2013
JBoss Architect Forum
State of the Container

Jeremy Brown – jeremy@redhat.com
October 2013
A Short History
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1995 – Jetty (originally IssueTracker/MBServler)

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1997 – Java Servlet Spec

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1998 – Weblogic ...
Meanwhile...
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PHP - Zend

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Ruby on Rails

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Python – Django

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Scala – Akka/Play Framework

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Node.js – game cha...
Thoughts
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●

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●

●

5

The JEE Container has been commoditised!
JEE is here to stay, continue to evolve and support
“ne...
JBoss Architect Forum
In-Memory Computing

Steve Gaines
October 2013
2
3
Cost of memory since 1957

copyright 2001, 2013, John C. McCallum

4
Problem: How to fix the response time problem?

Design for more...
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●

●

Pile on complex code, servers,
databases, DBAs...
“By 2014, at least 40%
of large organizations
will have deployed one
or more in-memory
data grids.”
SOURCE: Predicts 2012 ...
Solution: Introduce a Data Grid

●

●

Insert a Grid between the
App and the overloaded
DB
Small application
changes esp. ...
Resources
Datasheet:
Red Hat JBoss Data Grid: Perfect solution for big data and application performance

Whitepaper: Compa...
JBoss Architect Forum
OpenShift
Helping increase developer productivity

Ed Seymour eseymour@redhat.com
October 2013
What is PaaS?
IaaS

PaaS

SaaS

APPLICATION
APPLICATION PLATFORM
(JBOSS, PHP, RUBY, ETC)
OPERATING SYSTEM
VIRTUALISATION
H...
Why do we need a PaaS?

3
Traditional Application Development

From idea to
realisation

Business
exposed
Lengthy process
●Multi-disciplined
●High r...
Streamline with PaaS
Exposure
contained
Efficient process
Single discipline
●Low risk
●Small budget
●Focused
●
●

PaaS

ss...
Driving PaaS adoption

Faster to market
Faster to market
Lower
Lower
innovation
innovation
barriers
barriers

Avoid
lock-i...
OpenShift ideally suited
On premise
and runs on

No
lock-in

Secure
Secure

Portable
Open Source
Photo credit: Mitch Barri...
OpenShift, a production line for your apps

Code
Code

Deploy
Deploy

Enjoy
Enjoy

Photo credit: Steve Jurvetson, http://w...
Let’s take a look…

9
OpenShift is a PaaS on top of…
Infrastructure

AWS / CloudForms / OpenStack (IaaS) / RHEV (Virt) / Bare Metal

10
The Foundation of OpenShift
is Red Hat Enterprise Linux
OpenShift is Built on Instances of
Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL)...
An OpenShift Broker Manages
Multiple OpenShift Nodes
Nodes are where User Applications live.
Brokers keep OpenShift runnin...
Unique SELinux Approach Enables
Security and Multi-tenancy
SELinux Policies securely subdivide
the Node instances.

RHEL
B...
OpenShift User Applications
Run in OpenShift Gears
OpenShift GEARS represent secure
containers in RHEL

RHEL
Broker

RHEL
...
Developer
Workflow

Web Console
Eclipse IDE
Cmd Line

OpenShift
Gear

RHEL
Broker

A Developer creates a
new application ...
OpenShift Automates
Gear Configuration
via Cartridges

JBoss

RHEL
Broker

MySQL

Web Console
Eclipse IDE
Cmd Line

CARTRI...
OpenShift Cartridge System
Enables User-Built Cartridges

Java
PHP
Python

MySQL
Postgres

CUSTOM

Etc.

Ruby
Etc.

OpenSh...
Now, Code and Push
Git Protocol / ssh

Code
Git
Repo

MySQL

JBoss

Developer pushes
application code via
GIT source code
...
OpenShift Automates
Build, Test, Publish

Maven

JBoss

(Builds)

Code

Jenkins

Git
Repo

(CI)

RHEL
Broker

Apache
(HTTP...
OpenShift Automates
Application Scaling!

HA-Proxy

Cod
e Cod
Code
Java
e
Java

MySQL

Java

RHEL
Broker

Node

Node

Node...
OpenShift Automates the

IT Assembly Line

POWERED BY

OPENSHIFT
AWS / CloudForms / OpenStack (IaaS) / RHEV (Virt) / Bare ...
Why OpenShift?
• It’s Trusted. OpenShift is built on proven Red Hat
technologies.
• It’s Freedom. In OpenShift, work the w...
How Can I Consume OpenShift?
On-Premise or
Private Cloud
Software

Public Cloud
Service
(in Developer
Preview)

Operated
b...
Demo

24
Thank You.
Questions?

25
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  1. 1. JBoss Architect Forum October 2013
  2. 2. JBoss Architect Forum State of the Container Jeremy Brown – jeremy@redhat.com October 2013
  3. 3. A Short History ● 1995 – Jetty (originally IssueTracker/MBServler) ● 1997 – Java Servlet Spec ● ● ● 1998 – Weblogic and Websphere Java Application Servers 1999 – Tomcat Servlet Container 1999 – JEE Spec (then J2EE 1.2), JBoss AS (now called Wildfly) ● ● 2009 – JEE 6 Released (EJB fixed) ● 3 2004 – Spring Framework 1.0 2013 – JEE 7 (HTML5, Websockets etc.)
  4. 4. Meanwhile... ● PHP - Zend ● Ruby on Rails ● Python – Django ● Scala – Akka/Play Framework ● ● Node.js – game changer - non-blocking I/O and a single-threaded event loop Vert.x – polyglot, JVM based, non-blocking I/O, aschronous programming model, distributed event bus ● ● 4 In Memory Computing Platform as a Service - PaaS
  5. 5. Thoughts ● ● ● ● ● 5 The JEE Container has been commoditised! JEE is here to stay, continue to evolve and support “new stuff” Event Driven/In Memory Computing – I Need to consider new programming models – are they relevant or a better solution for my use case Polyglot/Multi-container is proliferating – Can I leverage this? What is my PaaS strategy?
  6. 6. JBoss Architect Forum In-Memory Computing Steve Gaines October 2013
  7. 7. 2
  8. 8. 3
  9. 9. Cost of memory since 1957 copyright 2001, 2013, John C. McCallum 4
  10. 10. Problem: How to fix the response time problem? Design for more... ● ● ● Pile on complex code, servers, databases, DBAs Cost-prohibitive Quick fix until you need to scale again Start from scratch... ● Completely re-architect ● Sharding? Denormalization? ● Complicated Time- and resource-intensive ● 5 ● Risky
  11. 11. “By 2014, at least 40% of large organizations will have deployed one or more in-memory data grids.” SOURCE: Predicts 2012 – Cloud and In Memory Drive Innovations in Application Platforms Gartner 2012 6
  12. 12. Solution: Introduce a Data Grid ● ● Insert a Grid between the App and the overloaded DB Small application changes esp. With e.g. ● ● ● 7 Memcached Hibernate OGM Orders of magnitude response time speed up
  13. 13. Resources Datasheet: Red Hat JBoss Data Grid: Perfect solution for big data and application performance Whitepaper: Comparison of JDG and Oracle Coherence https://engage.redhat.com/forms/data-grid-v-coherence-grid JBoss Data Grid documentation: https://access.redhat.com/knowledge/docs/JBoss_Data_Grid/ Video: Monitor JBoss Data Grid using JBoss Operations Network: Monitoring Red Hat JBoss Data Grid with JBoss Operations Network video http://www.redhat.com/resourcelibrary/videos/monitoring-data-grid-with-jon 8
  14. 14. JBoss Architect Forum OpenShift Helping increase developer productivity Ed Seymour eseymour@redhat.com October 2013
  15. 15. What is PaaS? IaaS PaaS SaaS APPLICATION APPLICATION PLATFORM (JBOSS, PHP, RUBY, ETC) OPERATING SYSTEM VIRTUALISATION HARDWARE STORAGE Managed and Controlled by Customer (IT, Dev, or User) 2 Automated and Managed by the Public or Private Cloud Offering Increased Control Increased Automation
  16. 16. Why do we need a PaaS? 3
  17. 17. Traditional Application Development From idea to realisation Business exposed Lengthy process ●Multi-disciplined ●High risk ●Large budget ●Unfocused ● 4
  18. 18. Streamline with PaaS Exposure contained Efficient process Single discipline ●Low risk ●Small budget ●Focused ● ● PaaS ss ne si bu 5
  19. 19. Driving PaaS adoption Faster to market Faster to market Lower Lower innovation innovation barriers barriers Avoid lock-in Security & Compliance Enable developers and get out of the way Enable developers and get out of the way Photo credit: William Warby, http://www.flickr.com/photos/wwarby 6
  20. 20. OpenShift ideally suited On premise and runs on No lock-in Secure Secure Portable Open Source Photo credit: Mitch Barrie, http://www.flickr.com/photos/simonov/ 7
  21. 21. OpenShift, a production line for your apps Code Code Deploy Deploy Enjoy Enjoy Photo credit: Steve Jurvetson, http://www.flickr.com/photos/jurvetson 8
  22. 22. Let’s take a look… 9
  23. 23. OpenShift is a PaaS on top of… Infrastructure AWS / CloudForms / OpenStack (IaaS) / RHEV (Virt) / Bare Metal 10
  24. 24. The Foundation of OpenShift is Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenShift is Built on Instances of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) RHEL RHEL RHEL RHEL AWS / CloudForms / OpenStack (IaaS) / RHEV (Virt) / Bare Metal 11
  25. 25. An OpenShift Broker Manages Multiple OpenShift Nodes Nodes are where User Applications live. Brokers keep OpenShift running. RHEL Brokers RHEL RHEL RHEL Node Node Node AWS / CloudForms / OpenStack (IaaS) / RHEV (Virt) / Bare Metal 12
  26. 26. Unique SELinux Approach Enables Security and Multi-tenancy SELinux Policies securely subdivide the Node instances. RHEL Broker RHEL Node RHEL Node Node AWS / CloudForms / OpenStack (IaaS) / RHEV (Virt) / Bare Metal 13
  27. 27. OpenShift User Applications Run in OpenShift Gears OpenShift GEARS represent secure containers in RHEL RHEL Broker RHEL Node RHEL Node Node AWS / CloudForms / OpenStack (IaaS) / RHEV (Virt) / Bare Metal 14
  28. 28. Developer Workflow Web Console Eclipse IDE Cmd Line OpenShift Gear RHEL Broker A Developer creates a new application  OpenShift creates a GEAR RHEL Node RHEL Node Node AWS / CloudForms / OpenStack (IaaS) / RHEV (Virt) / Bare Metal 15
  29. 29. OpenShift Automates Gear Configuration via Cartridges JBoss RHEL Broker MySQL Web Console Eclipse IDE Cmd Line CARTRIDGES are how OpenShift installs Languages & Middleware RHEL Node RHEL Node Node AWS / CloudForms / OpenStack (IaaS) / RHEV (Virt) / Bare Metal 16
  30. 30. OpenShift Cartridge System Enables User-Built Cartridges Java PHP Python MySQL Postgres CUSTOM Etc. Ruby Etc. OpenShift Default Cartridges Developers can add custom language, data-store, or middleware with with a custom Cartridge. AWS / CloudForms / OpenStack (IaaS) / RHEV (Virt) / Bare Metal 17
  31. 31. Now, Code and Push Git Protocol / ssh Code Git Repo MySQL JBoss Developer pushes application code via GIT source code management system RHEL RHEL Broker Push Node RHEL Node Node AWS / CloudForms / OpenStack (IaaS) / RHEV (Virt) / Bare Metal 18
  32. 32. OpenShift Automates Build, Test, Publish Maven JBoss (Builds) Code Jenkins Git Repo (CI) RHEL Broker Apache (HTTP) MySQL RHEL Node RHEL Node Node AWS / CloudForms / OpenStack (IaaS) / RHEV (Virt) / Bare Metal 19
  33. 33. OpenShift Automates Application Scaling! HA-Proxy Cod e Cod Code Java e Java MySQL Java RHEL Broker Node Node Node AWS / CloudForms / OpenStack (IaaS) / RHEV (Virt) / Bare Metal 20
  34. 34. OpenShift Automates the IT Assembly Line POWERED BY OPENSHIFT AWS / CloudForms / OpenStack (IaaS) / RHEV (Virt) / Bare Metal 21
  35. 35. Why OpenShift? • It’s Trusted. OpenShift is built on proven Red Hat technologies. • It’s Freedom. In OpenShift, work the way you want. • • • •  22 Choice of Interface: Web Console, Command-line, or IDE Choice of Middleware: Java(EE6), Ruby, Node.js, PHP, Python, and Perl Choice of Cloud: Public, Private, or Hybrid Cloud Automatically Scaling: Eliminates the worry of handling load It’s Open. OpenShift’s open source software stack ensures application portability and No Lock-In.
  36. 36. How Can I Consume OpenShift? On-Premise or Private Cloud Software Public Cloud Service (in Developer Preview) Operated by Red Hat at Scale for 18 Months APPLICATION Developer Controls APPLICATION PLATFORM (JBOSS, PHP, RUBY, ETC) Developer Controls OpenShift Automates OPERATING SYSTEM (RHEL) VIRTUALISATION HARDWARE STORAGE 23 IT Ops Controls IT Ops Provides
  37. 37. Demo 24
  38. 38. Thank You. Questions? 25
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