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Envato Dev Ops - Alt.Net Melbourne
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  • 1. Dev Ops, Ruby, Rails, and Envato A team of 8 deploy heaps of times a day to a Ruby on Rails app that has scaled up to around 20 million requests a week without an ops team. lolwut?Thursday, 30 June 2011
  • 2. John Barton @johnbarton john@envato.comThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 3. Envato? http://envato.comThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 4. Stock Marketplaces & Tutorial NetworkThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 5. MarketplacesThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 6. Like iStockPhoto but for other creative niches or eBay for digital goodsThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 7. Tuts+ NetworkThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 8. Big Blog Network for education in creative fieldsThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 9. The MarketplaceThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 10. August 2006Thursday, 30 June 2011
  • 11. One MarketplaceThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 12. FlashDenThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 13. Rails 0.13b No Users No TrafficThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 14. June 2011Thursday, 30 June 2011
  • 15. 9 MarketplacesThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 16. ActiveDen (nee FlashDen) AudioJungle ThemeForest VideoHive GraphicRiver CodeCanyon 3D Ocean Tuts+ Marketplace PhotoDuneThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 17. Rails 2.3.11 830,462 Users 22 Million Requests WeeklyThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 18. One Codebase and One Production EnvironmentThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 19. What’s interesting about our deployments?Thursday, 30 June 2011
  • 20. deploy frequently, high scale, no ops teamThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 21. What do you need to do the same?Thursday, 30 June 2011
  • 22. Some technical infrastructure, some business/culturalThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 23. Cultural BitsThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 24. The “Dev Ops” CultureThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 25. “Culture of respect & trust, good attitude toward failure...” Ted DzubiaThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 26. “How about "culture of stop fucking up"?” Ted Dzubia http://teddziuba.com/2011/03/devops-scam.htmlThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 27. A problem of competing prioritiesThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 28. Our Solution: Don’t have OpsThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 29. Outsource commodity platform bits: virtualisation/cloud, have rackspace take care of db/ mailserverThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 30. Ensure the dev team has the skills to take care of the restThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 31. Take advantage of an individuals talents, but don’t rely upon them ie. don’t accidentally create an ops guyThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 32. OK to have specialists... for special work. Keeping the app running isn’t “special”Thursday, 30 June 2011
  • 33. Within the BusinessThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 34. Preserve The “Golden Age”Thursday, 30 June 2011
  • 35. Thursday, 30 June 2011
  • 36. 3 Developers 30 minute feedback cycle deploy, discuss on forums, deploy againThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 37. Keep doing everything good about the the startup days for as long as we canThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 38. Avoid Corporate AntipatternsThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 39. We’ve all been doing dev long enough to see this stuff screwed up over and over againThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 40. Decision 3: Don’t do all that stuffThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 41. Ultimate ResponsibilityThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 42. "The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our QA or Ops, But in ourselves."Thursday, 30 June 2011
  • 43. Test Driven Development vs. QA TeamThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 44. Test Driven Infrastructure vs. Ops TeamThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 45. Both as a team and as individuals we own our work from when we are asked to do it...Thursday, 30 June 2011
  • 46. ... until is is demonstrably error free and performant in productionThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 47. Everyone is in the (paid) on call rosterThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 48. Everyone takes a turn at Level 2 Customer SupportThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 49. Want those jobs to be easier? Stop fucking up.Thursday, 30 June 2011
  • 50. ProcessThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 51. LEAN / TPS Principles ...without the processThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 52. Thursday, 30 June 2011
  • 53. You cannot write code any faster than you can deploy it to productionThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 54. Long running projects?Thursday, 30 June 2011
  • 55. A. B. C. Always Be Cmerging (the c is silent)Thursday, 30 June 2011
  • 56. I would not want to try this with Subversion, or Visual Source Safe... and I never had enough money to try “Team Foundation Server”Thursday, 30 June 2011
  • 57. Use GIT http://git-scm.com/Thursday, 30 June 2011
  • 58. Dark Launch Feature Flags Private BetaThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 59. User CommunityThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 60. We do trip up running this fastThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 61. But through years of openness with our users via our forums and owning up to our mistakesThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 62. ... we’ve ended up with a (relatively) sympathetic communityThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 63. Time Zones both help and hurtThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 64. Traffic peaks during US day means that if things go wrong we’re usually asleepThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 65. But it makes it very easy to deploy during our business hoursThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 66. Open SourceThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 67. No point you solving the same problem as the guy down the streetThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 68. No point the guy down the street solving the same problem you did last weekThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 69. TechnologyThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 70. Commodity Hosting is a prerequisiteThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 71. Notice I’m not saying “Cloud Computing”Thursday, 30 June 2011
  • 72. Thursday, 30 June 2011
  • 73. Thursday, 30 June 2011
  • 74. You cant trust “the cloud” but you can trust “the cloud to be “the cloud”.Thursday, 30 June 2011
  • 75. Make a conservative platform choice so we don’t have to sweat the details ie. Ubuntu 10.4 LTSThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 76. I guess you guys have to choose like Windows Ultimate 2009 Edition?Thursday, 30 June 2011
  • 77. Seriously though, Ruby guys love shiny new things, and we’re spoiled for choice _even_ when it harms us.Thursday, 30 June 2011
  • 78. So we make an effort to keep the stack as Vanilla as possibleThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 79. Virtualised servers in our own sandbox. Cloud Flexibility - Cloud Shit-ness = WINThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 80. Automate Configuration ManagementThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 81. Babushka http://babushka.me/Thursday, 30 June 2011
  • 82. Test drive your architecture...Thursday, 30 June 2011
  • 83. ...or borrow “deps” built by other peopleThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 84. Lets look at some codeThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 85. Babushka is designed to be run manually on the remote machineThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 86. Use Dollhouse https://github.com/geelen/ dollhouse To drive babushka remotelyThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 87. moar codeThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 88. A lot of people I take seriously, take Chef seriously. http://wiki.opscode.com/Thursday, 30 June 2011
  • 89. Automate DeploymentThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 90. Capistrano https://github.com/ capistrano/capistranoThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 91. Codes?Thursday, 30 June 2011
  • 92. The un-sung heroThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 93. rake db:migrateThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 94. I’m so used to having it I can’t even remember how I ever deployed database changes in the pastThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 95. Performance & ScalingThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 96. Not as big a deal as everyone thinksThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 97. .NET runtime is faster... but it’s really not that big a dealThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 98. Shared-nothing load balanced app servers + out of request queue workers not rocket surgeryThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 99. Measure, deploy, measure again and then tweak or rollback New Relic FTWThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 100. There is no code faster than no code.Thursday, 30 June 2011
  • 101. Why I’m happier than I was as a .NET programmerThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 102. Mainly because of System.Threading.TimerThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 103. No Viewstate (Yes I heard you’ve got MVC now instead)Thursday, 30 June 2011
  • 104. A culture of people who fix things instead of waiting for them to be fixedThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 105. People who care about expressiveness of code and finding the right abstractionsThursday, 30 June 2011
  • 106. Question?Thursday, 30 June 2011

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