Spring Java Web Apps to the cloudCloudBees - Comprehensive Platform as a Service for Java™Mar 2nd, 2011Spike Washburn, Rya...
Agenda•  What’s the cloud?•  About CloudBees•  RUN@cloud  –  Create/Deploy basic Java EE app  –  Deploy Spring app•  DEV@c...
App Deployment – Simplified: Is this you?Deploy App:                                        Deploy App to traditional Java...
What’s the cloud?What does it mean for you?                 ©2011 Cloud Bees, Inc. All Rights Reserved
Traditional Software Stack                            Validate	                                                         In...
Cloud Computing: Outsourcing headaches                                          Validate	                                 ...
Cloud Services MarketSaaS	                                                "Cloud computing is on-                         ...
IaaS•  Amazon – the most popular example•  Lego blocks of servers, vm’s, DBs, AS etc•  Development Environment:  –  Flexib...
SaaS•  SalesForce, the most popular example•  Development Environment:  –  Rigid  –  “Give me your environment, I will bui...
PaaS•  CloudBees•  Development Environment:  –  Flexible Platform  –  “Give me my standards-based environment     and mana...
Developers View            Iaas	                             Saas	                       Paas	   Juggle	  Technologies	   ...
CloudBeesWho are we and what we can do for you?                 ©2011 Cloud Bees, Inc. All Rights Reserved
About CloudBeesOur	  Mission	   Become	  the	  leading	  PlaPorm	  as	  a	  Service	  (PaaS)	  for	  Java™	  	  Why	  	  W...
App Deployment – simplified really!                          Deploy App to CloudBees                                  Uplo...
CloudBees Platform as a Service         Development	                                                          SaaS	  Vendo...
Continuous Deployment•    CloudBees	  integrated	  plaPorm	  allows	  Java	  developers	  to	  put	  their	  code	  into	 ...
RUN@cloudDeep dive of CloudBees PaaS                ©2011 Cloud Bees, Inc. All Rights Reserved
CloudBees PaaS - Java Platform•    PlaPorm	  as	  a	  Service	  for	  Java	        –  Targets	  Java	  Web	  ApplicaEons.	...
RUN@cloud Managed Services•    Features	        –  Turnkey	  setup	  via	  self-­‐service	  web	  interface	        –  Aut...
CloudBees RUN@cloud                                         RUN@cloud            RUN@cloud	  environment	  provides	  run@...
RUN@cloud Demo• 	  Deploying	  a	  Java	  EE	  Web	  applicaEon	  • 	  Deploying	  a	  Spring	  Web	  applicaEon	  	      ...
DEV@cloudDeep Dive of CloudBees Developer Services                 ©2011 Cloud Bees, Inc. All Rights Reserved
Continuous Integration in the Cloud                                                                                Why	  C...
Continuous Integration – Jenkins/HudsonNectar	  –	  On-­‐Premise	  Enterprise	  Jenkins	  •      Support	  from	  the	  Je...
CloudBees DEV@cloud FeaturesGA	  in	  January	  •  ConEnuous	  integraEon	  based	  on	         Jenkins	  –	  Jenkins	  as...
DEV@cloud Demo• 	  ConEnuous	  IntegraEon	  with	  Spring	  • 	  ConEnuous	  Deployment	  • 	  CloudBees	  Eclipse	  Plugi...
CloudBees Resources•  CloudBees Resources Page   –  http://www.cloudbees.com/support.cb•  CloudBees Eclipse Plugin   –  ht...
Parting Thoughts…Today: Developers build, IT deploys            With CloudBees: Develop & Runand manages. Extra layers to ...
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Slides from "Spring Java Web Apps to the Cloud" webinar, demonstrates how to take your Spring and Java web apps and deploy them to the CloudBees RUN@cloud platform and Ryan Campbell (Architect DEV@cloud) takes these deployed applications and ties them into DEV@cloud's Jenkins as a Service and sets up a continuous deployment environment.

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  1. 1. Spring Java Web Apps to the cloudCloudBees - Comprehensive Platform as a Service for Java™Mar 2nd, 2011Spike Washburn, Ryan CampbellArchitects, CloudBees ©2011 Cloud Bees, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  2. 2. Agenda•  What’s the cloud?•  About CloudBees•  RUN@cloud –  Create/Deploy basic Java EE app –  Deploy Spring app•  DEV@cloud –  Build Spring app•  Next Steps ©2011 CloudBees, Inc. All Rights Reserved 2
  3. 3. App Deployment – Simplified: Is this you?Deploy App: Deploy App to traditional Java platform Provision Deploy App to Provision DB Deploy schema each node clusterProvision cluster: (not a transparent update process) Manage environment (recurring) Metering/Scaling (recurring) Measure  App  Provision  Node   Analyse  BulleEns   Performance   Provision node: Provision DB: Install   Acquire   Configure  OS   Provision  Node   Maintain  OS   Security   LoadBalancer   Hardware   Configure  LB   Secure  OS   Install  DB   Maintain  JVM   QA   Provision  Node   Secure  LB   Install  AS  on  OS   Configure  DB   Maintain  AS   AS/OS   Update  Cluster   Setup  BC  for   Update  LB   Configure  AS   Secure  DB   Maintain  DB   cluster   QA  Cluster   Secure  AS   Setup  BC  for  DB   Maintain  FW   Update  Security   Validate/QA  Configure  DNS   stack   ©2011 CloudBees, Inc. All Rights Reserved 3
  4. 4. What’s the cloud?What does it mean for you? ©2011 Cloud Bees, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  5. 5. Traditional Software Stack Validate   Install   Stack   Upgrade   Monitor   Patch  ©2011 CloudBees, Inc. All Rights Reserved 5
  6. 6. Cloud Computing: Outsourcing headaches Validate   Install   Stack   Cloud   Upgrade   Provider   Monitor   Patch   ©2011 CloudBees, Inc. All Rights Reserved 6
  7. 7. Cloud Services MarketSaaS   "Cloud computing is on- demand access to virtualized IT resources that are housed outside of your own data center, shared by others, simple to use, paid for via PaaS   subscription, and accessed over the Web.“ - John Foley, Information Week IaaS   ©2011 Cloud Bees, Inc. All Rights 7 Reserved
  8. 8. IaaS•  Amazon – the most popular example•  Lego blocks of servers, vm’s, DBs, AS etc•  Development Environment: –  Flexible, complicated –  “Give me a server, give me a OS, give me a virtualization platform, give me a AS, give me a database. I will manage everything.”•  User Perspective –  Customized apps ©2011 CloudBees, Inc. All Rights Reserved 8
  9. 9. SaaS•  SalesForce, the most popular example•  Development Environment: –  Rigid –  “Give me your environment, I will build my app to your environment”•  User Perspective –  Cookie cutter apps ©2011 CloudBees, Inc. All Rights Reserved 9
  10. 10. PaaS•  CloudBees•  Development Environment: –  Flexible Platform –  “Give me my standards-based environment and manage servers,scalability for me”•  User Perspective –  Customized apps ©2011 CloudBees, Inc. All Rights Reserved 10
  11. 11. Developers View Iaas   Saas   Paas   Juggle  Technologies   Constrained   Flexible   ©2011 CloudBees, Inc. All Rights Reserved 11
  12. 12. CloudBeesWho are we and what we can do for you? ©2011 Cloud Bees, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  13. 13. About CloudBeesOur  Mission   Become  the  leading  PlaPorm  as  a  Service  (PaaS)  for  Java™    Why    We’re   CloudBees  services  the  complete  lifecycle  of  Different   Cloud  applica@on  development  and  deployment.   No  Servers.  No  Virtual  Machines.  No  IT.  Strategy   §  DEV@cloud  –  Cloud  Services  for  Developers   §  RUN@cloud  -­‐  FricEonless  runEme  PaaS  for   Java  apps   ©2011 Cloud Bees, Inc. All Rights 13 Reserved
  14. 14. App Deployment – simplified really! Deploy App to CloudBees Upload App DONE•  No  need  to  provision  nodes,  clusters,  load-­‐balancers,  databases,  etc.  •  Environment  constantly  managed  and  monitored  •  Metering/scaling  updated  in  real-­‐Eme  •  Business  ConEnuity  built-­‐in   ©2011 CloudBees, Inc. All Rights Reserved 14
  15. 15. CloudBees Platform as a Service Development   SaaS  Vendor   Enterprise  User   Projects   Applica@ons   Applica@ons   Test DEV   RUN   Testing Preproduction   Partner  Add  Ons   Continuous Build Hudson   Deployment   JVM – Java EE Java, Python, Scala, …       Repositories   Production GIT   SVN   Maven   …   Maintenance Partner  Smart   Plugins APIs     CloudBees  Core  PlaPorm  Services   Databases CloudBeesSmart   Data Services Logging/ Runtime services Messaging Identity RDBMS, NoSQL Auditing Plugins Other SaaS Metering Back-end services Provisioning Management Monitoring   Billing On Premise IaaS Providers (Public + Private) On-Premises (Internal Cloud) ©2011 CloudBees, Inc. All Rights Reserved 15
  16. 16. Continuous Deployment•  CloudBees  integrated  plaPorm  allows  Java  developers  to  put  their  code  into  the   DEV@cloud  build  system,  and  from  here  publish  their  applicaEon  on  the   RUN@cloud  PaaS  for  Java  •  Customers  will  now  be  able  to  do  everything  –  develop,  build,  test  and  deploy  –  in   the  cloud  •  This  is  the  first  Java  PaaS  to  date  that  offers  a  complete  environment,  from   development  to  producEon  •  Some  Numbers   –  More  than  3,000  applicaEon  deployments  to  date  on  RUN@cloud   –  More  than  500  accounts  on  DEV@cloud   –  More  than  300,000  minutes  of  build  Eme  consumed  on  DEV@cloud   ©2011 CloudBees, Inc. All Rights Reserved 16
  17. 17. RUN@cloudDeep dive of CloudBees PaaS ©2011 Cloud Bees, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  18. 18. CloudBees PaaS - Java Platform•  PlaPorm  as  a  Service  for  Java   –  Targets  Java  Web  ApplicaEons.    Tomcat,  Spring,  Java  EE  support   –  Supports  other  JVM-­‐based  languages/frameworks:  Scala,  JRuby,  ColdFusion,   Grails,  Play,  etc.  •  RUN@cloud  plaPorm   –  Easily  provision  applicaEons  and  resources  (databases,  etc.)   –  Scalability   –  Redundancy   –  MulE-­‐tenancy   –  Monitoring  &  reporEng  •  RUN@cloud  SDK   –  Local  tools  for  running  and  deploying  apps  from  local  workstaEon  •  RUN@cloud  API   –  HTTP-­‐based  API  for  managing  RUN@cloud  services   ©2011 CloudBees, Inc. All Rights Reserved 18
  19. 19. RUN@cloud Managed Services•  Features   –  Turnkey  setup  via  self-­‐service  web  interface   –  AutomaEon  via  HTTP-­‐based  management  API   –  Service  Level  Monitoring  •  Java  as  a  Service   –  HTTP  load-­‐balanced  clustering   –  Shared  or  dedicated  server  deployments   –  Local  development  sandbox  •  MySQL  as  a  Service   –  Master/Slave  setups   –  Load  balanced  JDBC  driver   –  Automated  backups   ©2011 CloudBees, Inc. All Rights Reserved 19
  20. 20. CloudBees RUN@cloud RUN@cloud RUN@cloud  environment  provides  run@me-­‐agnos@c   PaaS  sub-­‐systems   •  Possible  to  handle  non-­‐Java  environments  in  the  future   Java EE Spring JRuby •  Flexible  applicaEon  scalability   CFML Scala … … •  Session  state  externalized  from  JVM-­‐runEme   JVM-based Application Server •  Deployment  from  mulEple  sources:  UI,  Eclipse,  CLI,  REST,   Maven,  Ant,  etc.    Multi-tenancy PaaS Dependency Java/JVM  PaaS   Deployers Management •  Tomcat-­‐based  (future:  JBoss)   Scale-DUO High- Session •  Aim  to  support  EE  6  WP   Availability Management •  Supports  a  variety  of  JVM-­‐based  languages  and   Production frameworks   •  Spring,  JRuby,  CFML  (ColdFusion),  Scala,  etc.   ©2011 CloudBees, Inc. All Rights Reserved 20
  21. 21. RUN@cloud Demo•   Deploying  a  Java  EE  Web  applicaEon  •   Deploying  a  Spring  Web  applicaEon     ©2011 CloudBees, Inc. All Rights 21 Reserved
  22. 22. DEV@cloudDeep Dive of CloudBees Developer Services ©2011 Cloud Bees, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  23. 23. Continuous Integration in the Cloud Why  Con@nuous  Integra@on?   •  No  disrupEon  when  code  changes  break  things   •  “Working”  build  always  available  for  test,  demos,   Build  Code   Test  Code   etc.   •  Provides  criEcal  metrics  about  development  –   quality,  producEvity,  funcEonal   ConEnuous   IntegraEon   Jenkins/Hudson   Why  in  the  Cloud?   Monitor   •  Build  machines  always  available  when  you  need   Stage  Repositories   them,  lowers  CAPEX   •  Scale  DUO  –  Pay  for  what  you  use,  when  you  need  it   •  IntegraEon  between  CI  modules  reduces  dev   ConEnuous   Deployment   complexity,  lowers  OPEX   •  Seamless  integraEon  to  runEme  PaaS       •  ConEnuous  Deployment  Capability   ©2011 Cloud Bees, Inc. All Rights 23 Reserved
  24. 24. Continuous Integration – Jenkins/HudsonNectar  –  On-­‐Premise  Enterprise  Jenkins  •  Support  from  the  Jenkins  experts.   Jenkins/Hudson•  VMware  scale  your  Jenkins  environment.   Adoption, by Builds 25,000  •  Enterprise  Features  extend  Jenkins  for   large  environments.   20,000  •  Integrate  with  the  Cloud  integraEon  with   DEV@Cloud  and  RUN@Cloud  coming   15,000     10,000  Benefits  of  DEV@cloud  Jenkins  Service:   5,000  •  Scale  your  Jenkins  environment  with  the   power  of  the  Cloud   0  •  Ease  your  Jenkins  management  overhead  •  Speed  your  Jenkins  builds  •  Save  money  with  on-­‐demand  Jenkins   Source: Hudson Labs Service.     ©2011 Cloud Bees, Inc. All Rights 24 Reserved
  25. 25. CloudBees DEV@cloud FeaturesGA  in  January  •  ConEnuous  integraEon  based  on   Jenkins  –  Jenkins  as  a  Service   –  On-­‐demand  Jenkins  build  agents  paid   by-­‐the-­‐minute  •  Private  code  repository  (SVN,  GIT)  •  Private  Maven  repositories  &  proxy  •  Grand  Central  management  console  •  Support  infrastructure  •  Runs  on  AWS  CPU  scaling  of  the  Cloud  for  group  development  and  tesEng.    Natural  integraEon  point  for  most  development-­‐related  acEviEes.    (Independent  on-­‐premise  Jenkins  offering  available  under  the  Nectar  brand)   ©2011 Cloud Bees, Inc. All Rights 25 Reserved
  26. 26. DEV@cloud Demo•   ConEnuous  IntegraEon  with  Spring  •   ConEnuous  Deployment  •   CloudBees  Eclipse  Plugins     ©2011 CloudBees, Inc. All Rights Reserved 26
  27. 27. CloudBees Resources•  CloudBees Resources Page –  http://www.cloudbees.com/support.cb•  CloudBees Eclipse Plugin –  http://cloudbees.com/eclipse-plugin.cb•  Try DEV@Cloud & RUN@cloud –  https://grandcentral.cloudbees.com/account/signup ©2011 CloudBees, Inc. All Rights Reserved 27
  28. 28. Parting Thoughts…Today: Developers build, IT deploys With CloudBees: Develop & Runand manages. Extra layers to entirely in the Cloud.support the Cloud. Build. Test. Run. Extra IT No IT ©2011 Cloud Bees, Inc. All Rights 28 Reserved

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