Innovation in the Cloud - Rackspace Zurich Event

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This presentation talks about the challenges of innovating and transforming your application to be cloudy.
It's also an introduction to DevOps for business.

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Innovation in the Cloud - Rackspace Zurich Event

  1. 1. Marc Cluet Head of DevOps & Automation Advisory Rackspace
  2. 2. Who am I? Marc Cluet More than 16 years of experience 6 months Racker! Lived in Switzerland for 4 years! (on the other side of the Röstigräben) Worked at Startups, founded startups
  3. 3. Who am I? Marc Cluet More than 17 years of experience in the industry 6 months Racker! Lived in Switzerland for 4 years! (on the other side of the Röstigräben) Worked at Startups, founded startups as well 3
  4. 4. Migrating an app to the cloud I want to be in the Cloud
  5. 5. Migrating an app to the cloud Should be quick...
  6. 6. Migrating an app to the cloud Just move as is all your app to the cloud
  7. 7. Migrating an app to the cloud Feel confident so far?
  8. 8. Migrating an app to the cloud
  9. 9. Migrating an app to the cloud Moving a legacy application to the cloud Dangerous decision! Cloud Servers can fail You need redundancy (not only HA) Specially DATA redundancy! Be ready for adding new servers Automate your Server deployment Add Load Balancing layers Will help your changing environment
  10. 10. Data Redudancy Choose what works for your application Multi-Master SQL should work Consider NoSQL if you have any of the following Documents, lots of them Tables with lots of crossed references Simple Key to Value relationships
  11. 11. NoSQL is Cloud Friendly Key Aspects of NoSQL Schemaless No joins (in the SQL sense) Eventually consistent
  12. 12. NoSQL is Cloud Friendly Key Aspects of NoSQL Schemaless No joins (in the SQL sense) Eventually consistent
  13. 13. 14
  14. 14. Automate your Servers Everything IS code! Treat your Servers as Commodities No Server should be “special” Measure all the things
  15. 15. Automate your Servers Provisioning Takes your Server from nothing to basic OS Can add some extra hooks for further configuration
  16. 16. Automate your Servers Configuration Management Creates exactly what you need Conforms a Server to a Role Maintains State
  17. 17. Everything as Code
  18. 18. Everything as Code Code repositories Create the same Development lifecycle Your Server code is also an application!
  19. 19. Everything as Code If you write it TEST it! Continuous Integration gives you assurance Set on good behaviors
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  21. 21. Metrics If it moves Graph It Graphs and logs are key for your success The 5% top and bottom tells where to go
  22. 22. Getting this to full circle
  23. 23. Getting this to full circle DevOps!
  24. 24. DevOps! Culture and Work methodology Set of tools Deployment strategy Way of measuring *everything* Automate all the things
  25. 25. DevOps! Be Agile Agile methodologies help you get there early Release early, release often We release several times a day Code + CI/CD ensures quality Helps you change your scope quickly

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