DevOps for Databases
Bob Aiello
Yaniv Yehuda
Before We Begin
• You will be on mute for the duration of the event

• We are now talking so please type a message
in the ...
Presenters
Bob Aiello @BobAiello
• Technical editor for CM Crossroads
• Author of Configuration Management Best
Practices:...
What is DevOps
• Emerging set of principles and practices
• Focus on developer and operations
collaboration
• Been around ...
Why is DevOps Important
•
•
•
•

Conflict between development and operations
Puts the right focus on what needs to be done...
Recent Glitches & System Outages
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•

Knight Capital Group
August 1, 2012 trading disaster
Related to NYSE sys...
DevOps is Really About …
• Effective communication
• Knowledge sharing
• Automating procedures

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Who are the Other Stakeholders
•
•
•
•
•

Quality Assurance and testing
Information Security
Business Analysts
The entire ...
How Do I Implement DevOps?
• Automate everything
• Move the process upstream
• Create the deployment pipeline

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Creating a Secure Trusted Base
• Know exactly what you built
• Prove it was deployed correctly
• Ensure that there are no ...
The Weakest Link In a Chain
• Old adage but true
• The database is often forgotten and therefore
can become the weakest li...
Database is a Key Component
• The database holds your essential
information
• Changes can impact the entire system
• Need ...
Developers and DBAs
•
•
•
•

Don’t always communicate effectively
Need to share knowledge
Sounds like operations
Don’t for...
Why is Database Version Control Important
•
•
•
•
•
•

Need to track changes
Changes need to be coordinated
Ensure that al...
Where Do We Start
•
•
•
•
•
•

Start in the beginning
Very hard to tack on quality
Deming – build quality in from the begi...
Reaching Inside the Database
• There is more to a database than SQL scripts
• Ensure that changes are not made without
aut...
DBAs are Often Not Included
• DBAs are always the last to know
• Don’t understand how their changes impact
the system
• Ar...
DevOps Stakeholders
• DevOps really involves all of the key
stakeholders
• QA & testing
• InfoSec
• Systems administrators...
How Do I Measure Success?
•
•
•
•
•
•
•

More rapid changes
Fewer changes backed out
Better collaboration
Fewer defects
Ul...
Where Do I Start?
• Start with Dev
• Move to QA
• Take a complete lifecycle approach

20
Train In Motion
•
•
•
•

Common scenario
Risk based approach
Demonstrate value
Iterative approach to improving process

21
Traceability

Coordinated Process

Well Defined Processes

Impact Analysis

…in practice
Task Based Development

Start in ...
About DBmaestro
• Founded in 2008
• Headed by Yariv Tabac and Yaniv Yehuda
• Headquartered in Israel

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Version Control - Two Isolated Processes
Version Control Process

DB Development Process

Check-Out
Script

?
Check-In
Scr...
With DECM - One Enforced Process

25
Development Methods

Dev
Dev
Dev

Int

QA

Deploy
Re-Base (due to defects)
Environment

26

Stage

Prod
Merge, Rebase, Fork, …
Trunk
Merge to dev1

Dev1

Fork

Dev2
Fork

DB
VC
Fork

Fork

27
Use of Baseline
Ver 1.0

Dev1
1

Int / QA

Before MS 1.1
Branch
Merging
MS 1.1

2

MS 1.1

MS 1.1
Merged - B

Before MS 1....
Deployment Automation Safety Net

29
A Quick Poll 

30
If a Picture is Worth a
Thousand Words…

31
Summary
Dev…
• Enforce best practices for database development
• Closely manage your database development
• Know who can d...
Q&A

33
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Industry expert Bob Aiello and DBmaestro’s CTO Yaniv Yehuda joined forces in this powerful webcast to explain what DevOps is all about, and why the database is such a critical component of it.

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  • Hi everybody and welcome to our webinar, thank you for taking the time to be here with us. Today we will be hearing from Bob Aiello and Yaniv Yehuda, who will be discussing DevOps for Database.
  • First before we beginI would like to go over a few details:Please note you will be on mute during the event. If you can't hear me now, please check your speakers and GoToWebinar audio settings.We will have a Q&A session at the end of the presentation, but you can start submitting you questions on twitter, using the hashtag #DevOps4db or the Q&A bar on your gotowebinar dashboard.Also note we are recording the session and will be placing it online at the Dbmaestro’s website to watch on-demand. I will send you the download link later this week, and feel free to share it with your colleagues.
  • Bob Aiello is a consultant, technical editor for CM Crossroads, and the author of Configuration Management Best Practices: Practical Methods that Work in the Real World. Mr. Aiello has more than twenty-five years’ experience as a technical manager in several top NYC financial services firms where he had company-wide responsibility for Configuration and Release Management providing hands-on technical support for enterprise source code management tools, automated application build, package and deploy and DevOps for large mission critical systems.Yaniv Yehuda, Co-Founder and CTO of DbmaestroFrom this point on I will hand the broadcast over to Bob- Enjoy! Bob- take it from here.
  • Founded in 2008Part of the Extreme Group which has about 180 IT professionals consultants
  • Thank you Bob and Yaniv, and I hope you all enjoyed the webcast. Again, it will be available on-demand in a few days.If you would like to learn more, you are welcome to join one of our weekly demos- an invitation will be sent to you via email.Thank you all and enjoy the rest of your day.
  • DevOps for Database webinar

    1. 1. DevOps for Databases Bob Aiello Yaniv Yehuda
    2. 2. Before We Begin • You will be on mute for the duration of the event • We are now talking so please type a message in the Questions box in the Control Panel if you can’t hear us (please check your speakers and GoToWebinar audio settings first) • There will be a Q+A session at the end, you can start submitting you questions on twitter, using the hashtag #DevOps4db or the Q&A bar on your gotowebinar dashboard. • A recording of the full webinar will be put up online 2
    3. 3. Presenters Bob Aiello @BobAiello • Technical editor for CM Crossroads • Author of Configuration Management Best Practices: Practical Methods that Work in the Real World Yaniv Yehuda • CTO, Co-Founder at DBmaestro 3
    4. 4. What is DevOps • Emerging set of principles and practices • Focus on developer and operations collaboration • Been around for a while • Agile Systems Operations • Agile Systems Administration 4
    5. 5. Why is DevOps Important • • • • Conflict between development and operations Puts the right focus on what needs to be done Improves communication and collaboration Facilitates knowledge sharing 5
    6. 6. Recent Glitches & System Outages • • • • • • • • Knight Capital Group August 1, 2012 trading disaster Related to NYSE systems upgrade Resulted in loss over $440 million dollars Loss grew as customers left the firm Knight Capital merged with Getco Now KCG Holdings Many other recent incidents 6
    7. 7. DevOps is Really About … • Effective communication • Knowledge sharing • Automating procedures 7
    8. 8. Who are the Other Stakeholders • • • • • Quality Assurance and testing Information Security Business Analysts The entire cross functional team Did we mention DBAs? 8
    9. 9. How Do I Implement DevOps? • Automate everything • Move the process upstream • Create the deployment pipeline 9
    10. 10. Creating a Secure Trusted Base • Know exactly what you built • Prove it was deployed correctly • Ensure that there are no unauthorized changes 10
    11. 11. The Weakest Link In a Chain • Old adage but true • The database is often forgotten and therefore can become the weakest link • Essential from a compliance point of view • Should be the strongest link 11
    12. 12. Database is a Key Component • The database holds your essential information • Changes can impact the entire system • Need to be synchronized with other changes • Often overlooked 12
    13. 13. Developers and DBAs • • • • Don’t always communicate effectively Need to share knowledge Sounds like operations Don’t forget InfoSec and SAs 13
    14. 14. Why is Database Version Control Important • • • • • • Need to track changes Changes need to be coordinated Ensure that all changes were made May need to back out a change Traceability and transparency Audit and compliance 14
    15. 15. Where Do We Start • • • • • • Start in the beginning Very hard to tack on quality Deming – build quality in from the beginning Incremental Move to QA next DevOps model 15
    16. 16. Reaching Inside the Database • There is more to a database than SQL scripts • Ensure that changes are not made without authorization • Native DB version control 16
    17. 17. DBAs are Often Not Included • DBAs are always the last to know • Don’t understand how their changes impact the system • Are disconnected and may make changes without understanding their impact • My own experience with DBAs and production outages 17
    18. 18. DevOps Stakeholders • DevOps really involves all of the key stakeholders • QA & testing • InfoSec • Systems administrators • Business analysts 18
    19. 19. How Do I Measure Success? • • • • • • • More rapid changes Fewer changes backed out Better collaboration Fewer defects Ultimately better service Happy customers Profitability 19
    20. 20. Where Do I Start? • Start with Dev • Move to QA • Take a complete lifecycle approach 20
    21. 21. Train In Motion • • • • Common scenario Risk based approach Demonstrate value Iterative approach to improving process 21
    22. 22. Traceability Coordinated Process Well Defined Processes Impact Analysis …in practice Task Based Development Start in the Beginning No Out-of-Process Changes Automation 22
    23. 23. About DBmaestro • Founded in 2008 • Headed by Yariv Tabac and Yaniv Yehuda • Headquartered in Israel 23
    24. 24. Version Control - Two Isolated Processes Version Control Process DB Development Process Check-Out Script ? Check-In Script ? ? Modify Script Get updated Script from DB ? Compile Script in DB Debug Script in DB
    25. 25. With DECM - One Enforced Process 25
    26. 26. Development Methods Dev Dev Dev Int QA Deploy Re-Base (due to defects) Environment 26 Stage Prod
    27. 27. Merge, Rebase, Fork, … Trunk Merge to dev1 Dev1 Fork Dev2 Fork DB VC Fork Fork 27
    28. 28. Use of Baseline Ver 1.0 Dev1 1 Int / QA Before MS 1.1 Branch Merging MS 1.1 2 MS 1.1 MS 1.1 Merged - B Before MS 1.2 Branch Merging MS 1.2 3 MS 1.1 Merged - M MS 1.2 MS 2.1 Ver 1.0 4 Dev2 Ver 2.0 7 Branch Merging MS 2.1 MS 2.1 Merged - M 5 Before MS 2.1 6 MS 2.1 Merged - B MS 1.2 Merged - B 8 MS 1.2 Merged - M MS 2.2 Branch Merging MS 2.2 MS 2.2 Merged - M 9 Before MS 2.2 10 MS 2.2 Merged - B Label/Tag/Baseline Backup Label/Tag Merge 1 Int / QA (Live) Dev1 … 2 Int / QA (MS 1.1) Dev1 (Live) Dev1 (Ver 1.0) 3 Dev1 (MS 1.1 Merged - B) Int / QA (Line) Int / QA (MS 1.1) … 28
    29. 29. Deployment Automation Safety Net 29
    30. 30. A Quick Poll  30
    31. 31. If a Picture is Worth a Thousand Words… 31
    32. 32. Summary Dev… • Enforce best practices for database development • Closely manage your database development • Know who can do what, where, when & why …Ops • Build a safety net to catch problems early • Reduce deployment issues • Enable automated deployments 32
    33. 33. Q&A 33

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