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Introduction to the Netflix Cloud Architecture Tutorial - discusses the why and what of cloud including the thinking behind Netflix choice of AWS, and the product features that Netflix runs in the ...

Introduction to the Netflix Cloud Architecture Tutorial - discusses the why and what of cloud including the thinking behind Netflix choice of AWS, and the product features that Netflix runs in the cloud.

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Cloud Architecture Tutorial - Why and What (1of 3) Cloud Architecture Tutorial - Why and What (1of 3) Presentation Transcript

  • Cloud  Architecture  Tutorial  How  Ne3lix  Built  a  Scalable  Java  oriented  PaaS  running  on  AWS   Part  1  of  3   Qcon  London  March  5th,  2012   Adrian  Cockcro6   @adrianco  #ne:lixcloud   h>p://www.linkedin.com/in/adriancockcro6  
  • Tutorial  Abstract  –  Set  Context  •  StarJng  with  the  usual  quesJons:  “Why  Ne:lix,  why  cloud,  why  AWS?”  •  This  tutorial  explains  which  business  models  and  applicaJons  benefit  most  from  cloud,  what  to   look  for  in  a  cloud  provider,  and  how  the  tradiJonal  enterprise  compuJng  marketplace  is  being   disrupted.  •  Moving  on  to  the  next  quesJon:  “What  can  run  in  the  cloud?”  a  step  by  step  approach  to  cloud   migraJon  is  described,  along  with  a  varied  set  of  use  cases  for  both  customer  facing  and  internal   web  services,  big  data  analyJcs  and  bulk  computaJon.  Cloud  migraJon  starts  by  moving   developers  to  work  on  cloud  using  “boot  camp”  training  sessions,  then  a6er  building  out  the  iniJal   core  pla:orm,  the  first  applicaJons  are  launched.  •  The  real  meat  of  the  tutorial  comes  when  we  look  at  how  to  construct  an  applicaJon  with  a  host  of   important  properJes:  elasJc,  dynamic,  scalable,  agile,  fast,  cheap,  robust,  durable,  observable,   secure.  Over  the  last  three  years  Ne:lix  has  figured  out  cloud  based  soluJons  with  these   properJes,  deployed  them  globally  at  large  scale  and  refined  them  into  a  global  Java  oriented   Pla:orm  as  a  Service.  The  PaaS  is  based  on  low  cost  open  source  building  blocks  such  as  Apache   Tomcat,  Apache  Cassandra,  and  Memcached.  Components  of  this  pla:orm  are  in  the  process  of   being  open-­‐sourced  by  Ne:lix,  so  that  other  companies  can  get  a  start  on  building  their  own   customized  PaaS  that  leverages  advanced  features  of  AWS  and  supports  rapid  agile  development.  •  The  architecture  is  described  in  terms  of  anJ-­‐pa>erns  -­‐  things  to  avoid  in  the  datacenter  to  cloud   transiJon.  A  scalable  global  persistence  Jer  based  on  Cassandra  provides  a  highly  available  and   durable  under-­‐pinning.  Lessons  learned  will  cover  soluJons  to  common  problems,  availability  and   robustness,  observability.  A>endees  should  leave  the  tutorial  with  a  clear  understanding  of  what  is   different  about  cloud  architectures,  why,  what  and  how  to  make  the  transiJon,  and  a  set  of  flexible   and  scalable  open  source  building  blocks  that  can  be  used  to  construct  their  own  cloud  pla:orm.  
  • PresentaJon  vs.  Tutorial  •  PresentaJon   –  Short  duraJon,  focused  subject   –  One  presenter  to  many  anonymous  audience   –  A  few  quesJons  at  the  end  •  Tutorial   –  Time  to  explore  in  and  around  the  subject   –  Tutor  gets  to  know  the  audience   –  Discussion,  rat-­‐holes,  “bring  out  your  dead”  
  • Tutorial  SecJons   Intro:  Who  are  you,  what  are  your  quesJons?    Part  1  -­‐  Why  use  cloud,  what  runs  in  the  cloud  Part  2  -­‐  Pla:orm  component  architecture  Part  3  -­‐  Running  in  the  cloud  
  • Adrian  Cockcro6  •  Director,  Architecture  for  Cloud  Systems,  Ne:lix  Inc.   –  Previously  Director  for  PersonalizaJon  Pla:orm  •  DisJnguished  Availability  Engineer,  eBay  Inc.  2004-­‐7   –  Founding  member  of  eBay  Research  Labs  •  DisJnguished  Engineer,  Sun  Microsystems  Inc.  1988-­‐2004   –  2003-­‐4  Chief  Architect  High  Performance  Technical  CompuJng   –  2001  Author:  Capacity  Planning  for  Web  Services   –  1999  Author:  Resource  Management   –  1995  &  1998  Author:  Sun  Performance  and  Tuning   –  1996  Japanese  EdiJon  of  Sun  Performance  and  Tuning   •   SPARC  &  Solarisパフォーマンスチューニング (サンソフトプレスシリーズ)  •  More   –  Twi>er  @adrianco  –  Blog  h>p://perfcap.blogspot.com   –  PresentaJons  at  h>p://www.slideshare.net/adrianco  
  • A>endee  IntroducJons  •  Who  are  you,  where  do  you  work  •  Why  are  you  here  today,  what  do  you  need  •  “Bring  out  your  dead”   –  Do  you  have  a  specific  problem  or  quesJon?   –  One  sentence  elevator  pitch    
  • Why  Ne:lix,  Why  Cloud,  Why   AWS   Part  1  of  3  
  • Ne:lix  Inc.   With  more  than  23  million  streaming  members  in  the   United  States,  Canada,  LaBn  America,  the  United   Kingdom  and  Ireland,  NeGlix,  Inc.  is  the  worlds   leading  internet  subscripBon  service  for  enjoying   movies  and  TV  series..  Source:  h>p://ir.ne:lix.com  
  • What  kind  of  Cloud?  •  So6ware  as  a  Service  –  SaaS   –  Replaces  in  house  applicaJons   –  Targets  end  users  •  Pla:orm  as  a  Service  –  PaaS   –  Replaces  in  house  operaJons  funcJons   –  Targets  developers  •  Infrastructure  as  a  Service  –  IaaS   –  Replaces  in  house  datacenter  capacity   –  Targets  developers  and  ITops  
  • What  Ne:lix  Did  •  Moved  to  SaaS   –  Corporate  IT  –  Workday  etc.   –  Tools  –  Pagerduty,  AppDynamics,  ElasJc  MapReduce  •  Built  our  own  PaaS  <-­‐  today’s  focus   –  Customized  to  make  our  developers  producJve   –  When  we  started,  we  had  li>le  choice  •  Moved  incremental  capacity  to  IaaS   –  No  new  datacenter  space  since  2008  as  we  grew   –  Moved  our  streaming  apps  to  the  cloud  
  • Why  Use  Public  Cloud?  
  • Things  We  Don’t  Do  
  • Be>er  Business  Agility  
  • Data  Center   Ne:lix  could  not   build  new   datacenters  fast   enough   Capacity  growth  is  acceleraJng,  unpredictable   Product  launch  spikes  -­‐  iPhone,  Wii,  PS3,  Xbox   InternaJonal  –  Canada,  LaJn  America,  UK/Ireland  
  • Out-­‐Growing  Data  Center   h>p://techblog.ne:lix.com/2011/02/redesigning-­‐ne:lix-­‐api.html   37x  Growth  Jan   2010-­‐Jan  2011  Datacenter  Capacity  
  • Ne:lix.com  is  now  ~100%  Cloud   A  few  small  back  end  data  sources  sJll  in  progress   All  internaJonal  product  is  cloud  based   USA  specific  logisJcs  remains  in  the  Datacenter   Working  on  SOX,  PCI  as  scope  starts  to  include  AWS  
  • Ne:lix  Choice  was  AWS  with  our   own  pla:orm  and  tools   Unique  pla:orm  requirements  and   extreme  scale,  agility  and  flexibility  
  • Leverage  AWS  Scale   “the  biggest  public  cloud”   AWS  investment  in  features  and  automaJon  Use  AWS  zones  and  regions  for  high  availability,   scalability  and  global  deployment  
  • But  isn’t  Amazon  a  compeJtor?  Many  products  that  compete  with  Amazon  run  on  AWS   We  are  a  “poster  child”  for  the  AWS  Architecture   Ne:lix  is  one  of  the  biggest  AWS  customers   Co-­‐opeJJon  -­‐  compeJtors  are  also  partners  
  • Could  Ne:lix  use  another  cloud?   Would  be  nice,  we  use  three  interchangeable  CDN  Vendors   But  no-­‐one  else  has  the  scale  and  features  of  AWS   You  have  to  be  this  tall  to  ride  this  ride…   Maybe  in  2-­‐3  years?  
  • We  want  to  use  clouds,   we  don’t  have  Jme  to  build  them   Public  cloud  for  agility  and  scale  We  use  electricity  too,  but  don’t  want  to  build  our  own  power  staJon…  AWS  because  they  are  big  enough  to  allocate  thousands  of  instances  per   hour  when  we  need  to  
  • Amazon Cloud Terminology Reference See http://aws.amazon.com/ This is not a full list of Amazon Web Service features•  AWS  –  Amazon  Web  Services  (common  name  for  Amazon  cloud)  •  AMI  –  Amazon  Machine  Image  (archived  boot  disk,  Linux,  Windows  etc.  plus  applicaJon  code)  •  EC2  –  ElasJc  Compute  Cloud   –  Range  of  virtual  machine  types  m1,  m2,  c1,  cc,  cg.  Varying  memory,  CPU  and  disk  configuraJons.   –  Instance  –  a  running  computer  system.  Ephemeral,  when  it  is  de-­‐allocated  nothing  is  kept.   –  Reserved  Instances  –  pre-­‐paid  to  reduce  cost  for  long  term  usage   –  Availability  Zone  –  datacenter  with  own  power  and  cooling  hosJng  cloud  instances   –  Region  –  group  of  Avail  Zones  –  US-­‐East,  US-­‐West,  EU-­‐Eire,  Asia-­‐Singapore,  Asia-­‐Japan,  SA-­‐Brazil,  US-­‐Gov  •  ASG  –  Auto  Scaling  Group  (instances  booJng  from  the  same  AMI)  •  S3  –  Simple  Storage  Service  (h>p  access)  •  EBS  –  ElasJc  Block  Storage  (network  disk  filesystem  can  be  mounted  on  an  instance)  •  RDS  –  RelaJonal  Database  Service  (managed  MySQL  master  and  slaves)  •  DynamoDB/SDB  –  Simple  Data  Base  (hosted  h>p  based  NoSQL  datastore,  DynamoDB  replaces  SDB)  •  SQS  –  Simple  Queue  Service  (h>p  based  message  queue)  •  SNS  –  Simple  NoJficaJon  Service  (h>p  and  email  based  topics  and  messages)  •  EMR  –  ElasJc  Map  Reduce  (automaJcally  managed  Hadoop  cluster)  •  ELB  –  ElasJc  Load  Balancer  •  EIP  –  ElasJc  IP  (stable  IP  address  mapping  assigned  to  instance  or  ELB)  •  VPC  –  Virtual  Private  Cloud  (single  tenant,  more  flexible  network  and  security  constructs)  •  DirectConnect  –  secure  pipe  from  AWS  VPC  to  external  datacenter  •  IAM  –  IdenJty  and  Access  Management  (fine  grain  role  based  security  keys)  
  • AWS  and  the  Seven  Dwarfs  •  Public  Cloud  AlternaJves  to  AWS   –  Far  fewer  features,  much  smaller  scale   –  Less  mature  APIs,  many  variants  of  APIs   –  Some  have  addiJonal  features  or  performance  •  Private  Cloud  AlternaJves   –  O6en  harder  to  build  and  run  than  you  think   –  Without  scale  and  mulJ-­‐tenancy,  much  higher  costs   –  O6en  driven  by  ITops  needs  rather  than  developers  
  • Some  AlternaJve  Public  Clouds   IaaS  that  you  could  build  your  own  PaaS  architecture  on  •  OpenStack  Based   –  Rackspace   –  HP  Cloud   –  ATT  Cloud  •  GoGrid  •  Joyent  –  Solaris  in  the  cloud  •  Memset  –  UK  based  
  • What  about  other  PaaS?  •  CloudFoundry  –  Open  Source  by  VMWare   –  Developer-­‐friendly,  easy  to  get  started   –  Missing  scale  and  some  enterprise  features  •  Rightscale   –  Widely  used  to  abstract  away  from  AWS   –  Creates  it’s  own  lock-­‐in  problem…  •  AWS  is  growing  into  this  space   –  We  didn’t  want  a  vendor  between  us  and  AWS   –  We  wanted  to  build  a  thin  PaaS,  that  gets  thinner  
  • Enterprise  Market  DisrupJon  •  Enterprise  CompuJng  Vendors  $$$$$$   –  IBM,  HP,  Dell,  Oracle,  EMC,  NetApp…   –  CIO/ITOps  integrates  and  provisions   –  TradiJonal,  and  moving  towards  private  clouds  •  IaaS  Vendors  Sell  Directly  to  Developers  $   –  Bypassing  ITOps  with  stealth  cloud  based  projects   –  Bypassing  enterprise  vendor  supply  chain   –  Low  margin,  low  fricJon,  dollar  at  a  Jme  
  • What  Runs  in  the  Cloud?   Step  by  Step  Ne:lix  Product   TransiJon  
  • Ne:lix  Deployed  on  AWS   2009   2009   2010   2010   2010   2011  Content   Logs   Play   WWW   API   CS   Video   InternaJonal   Masters   S3   DRM   Sign-­‐Up   Metadata   CS  lookup   Device   DiagnosJcs   EC2   EMR  Hadoop   CDN  rouJng   Search   Config   &  AcJons   Movie   TV  Movie   Customer   S3   Hive   Bookmarks   Choosing   Choosing   Call  Log   Business   Social   CDNs   Logging   RaJngs   Facebook   CS  AnalyJcs   Intelligence  
  • Movie  Encoding  farm  (2009)   •  Tens  of  thousands  of  videos  Content   •  Thousands  of  EC2  instances   Video   •  Encoding  apps  on  Windows/Linux   Masters   •  ~100  files  per  video   •  Petabytes  of  S3   EC2   •  Content  Delivery  Networks     S3   “NeGlix  is  one  of  the  largest  customers   of  the  biggest  CDNs  Level3,  Akamai   and  Limelight”   CDNs  
  • Cloud  Encoding  Pipeline   Encode   S3   Encode   S3  Movie   Master   Network   S3   Copy  to   CDN   Stream  Studios   Ne:lix   Master   Mezza-­‐ Mezza-­‐ to    ~100   Origin   Origin   Tape   Upload   nine   files   CDN   to  TV   nine   files   Licensed  content  is  provided  to  Ne:lix  via  Post  ProducJon  Companies   Many  formats  are  reduced  to  a  single  high  quality  mezzanine  format  on  S3   Individual  formats  and  speeds  etc.  are  encoded  in  ~100  files    Many  formats  for  older  and  newer  hardware  and  various  game  consoles    Many  speeds  from  mobile  through  standard  and  high  definiJon    SubJtles  for  many  languages,  sJll  frames  etc.   StaJc  files  are  copied  to  each  Content  Delivery  Network’s  “origin  server”   CDNs  migrate  files  to  “edge  servers”  near  the  end  user  as  needed   Files  stream  to  PC/Mac/iPad  or  TV  over  HTTP  using  “range  get”  to  move  chunks  
  • Ne:lix  EC2  Instances  per  Account   (summer  2010,  producJon  is  much  higher  now…)  “Many  Thousands”   Content  Encoding   Test  and  ProducJon   Log  Analysis   “Several  Months”  
  • Hadoop  -­‐  ElasJc  Map-­‐Reduce  (2009)   •  Web  Access  Logs   Logs   •  Streaming  Service  Logs   S3   •  Terabytes  per  day  scale   EMR   •  Easy  Hadoop  via  Amazon  EMR   Hadoop   •  Hive  SQL  “Data  Mart”   Hive   •  Gateway  to  Datacenter  BI  with  Pig     See  www.slideshare.net/Ne:lix  for  more  details   Business   Intelligence  
  • Streaming  Service  Back-­‐end   (early  2010)   •  PC/Mac  Silverlight  Player  Support  Play   •  Highly  available  “play  bu>on”   DRM   •  DRM  Key  Management   CDN   •  Generate  route  to  stream  on  CDN   rouJng   •  Lookup  bookmark  for  user/movie  Bookmarks   •  Update  bookmark  for  user/movie   •  Log  quality  of  service   Logging  
  • Web  site,  a  page  at  a  Jme   (through  2010  and  2011)   •  Clean  presentaJon  layer  rewrite  WWW   •  Search  auto-­‐complete   Signup   •  Search  backend  and  landing  page   •  Movie  and  genre  choosing   Search   •  Star  raJngs  and  recommendaJons   •  Similar  movies   Movie   •  Page  by  page  to  100%  of  views   Choosing     (Account  signup  parJally  migrated  in  2011)   RaJngs  
  • API  for  TV  devices  and  iPhone  etc.   (2010)   •  Public  API:  developer.ne:lix.com   API   •  Interfaces  to  everything  else   Metadata   •  TV  Device  ConfiguraJon   •  Personalized  movie  choosing   Device   Config   •  Facebook  integraJon   TV  Movie   •  See  presentaJons  on  slideshare   Choosing   “NeGlix  is  an  API  for  streaming  to  TVs   Social    (we  also  do  DVD’s  and  a  web  site)”   Facebook  
  • Customer  Service  Tools  (2011)   •  Support  external  contract  CS   CS   –  Canada  –  French  Canadian  InternaJonal   CS  lookup   –  LaJn  America  –  Spanish/Portuguese   –  Future  flexibility  worldwide   DiagnosJcs   &  AcJons   •  Needed  CS  tools  for  Partners   –  Rewrote  for  cloud  architecture   Customer   Call  Log   –  Migrated  from  Oracle  to  Cassandra   –  Web  based  SOA  tools   CS  AnalyJcs  
  • Takeaway     NeGlix  has  built  and  deployed  a  scalable  global  PlaGorm  as  a  Service.    Key  components  of  the  NeGlix  PaaS  are  being  released  as  Open  Source   projects  so  you  can  build  your  own  custom  PaaS.     h>p://github.com/Ne:lix   h>p://techblog.ne:lix.com   h>p://slideshare.net/Ne:lix     h>p://www.linkedin.com/in/adriancockcro6   @adrianco  #ne:lixcloud     End  of  Part  1  of  3