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Opscode tech festa july 2013


Presentation by George Moberly, Opscode's VP of Solutions, at Tech Festa conference in Japan.

Presentation by George Moberly, Opscode's VP of Solutions, at Tech Festa conference in Japan.

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  • 1. Opscode Overview July 2013 – Tech Festa Conference
  • 2. Technology – The Way Business Engages Customers
  • 3. The Result: The Coded Business How: Redefinition of how to use technology to create business value Why: To rapidly deliver experiences, goods and services  to customers What: Consumer-facing businesses Drivers of IT Innovation
  • 4. Patterns of the Coded Business •  Enables Continuous Change •  Enforces Consistency •  Provides a Common Coded Platform For Applications and Infrastructure •  Leverages Scarce Talent Through Reuse •  Transcends Organizational Boundaries The Result – IT enables Business Agility and becomes a strategic advantage rather than a cost center. Business Agility Development Velocity and Consistency Continuous Delivery Infrastructure Automation
  • 5. 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 Virtual Nodes Physical Hardware Coded Businesses = Unprecedented IT Complexity 1980 Mainframe 1990 Client/Server 2000 Datacenter 2010+ Cloud Scale x Complexity > Skills
  • 6. What is Chef? Chef is a software delivery platform for developers & systems engineers to continuously define, build, and manage a coded business. “ ”
  • 7. How Chef Works
  • 8. Use Chef to Build a Coded Business Code Can: -  Accelerate Time to Market -  Encourage Innovation -  Scale Consistently -  Manage Complexity -  Safeguard Your Business
  • 9. Solutions - The Three “C”s of Chef Configuration Management Cloud Management Continuous Delivery
  • 10. “ ” •  Manage Complex Infrastructure at Any Scale •  Maximize Uptime •  Build a Repeatable Model •  Gain Visibility Across Your Systems •  Save Time Configuration Management We were able to definitively accelerate our time-to-value and time-to-market, which results in operational efficiency and cost savings. Chef's biggest advantage is the amount of time we save in setting up virtual servers and other tasks. –  Leandro Reox, Senior Infrastructure Engineer and Cloud Architect, Mercado Libre Manage and Automate Complex IT Infrastructure
  • 11. “ ” Challenge Solution Manage scale across massive, dynamic compute infrastructure Facebook Chef was the only automation solution flexible enough to bend to our scale dynamics without requiring us to change our workflow… Private Chef's basis on open- source Chef also aligns with our own open philosophy allowing us to contribute back to the greater Chef community. –  Phil Dibowitz, Production Engineer Configuration Management for Scale-Out Web Infrastructure Deployed Private Chef to automate configuration management for entire web-tier infrastructure
  • 12. “ ” •  Define Once, Run Anywhere •  Meet Peak Demand •  Gain Visibility Across Cloud-Based Resources •  Manage Complex Cloud Infrastructure at Any Scale Cloud Management To deliver such a multi-faceted service, our infrastructure needs to be able to adapt at a moment's notice. Amazon EC2 gives us the resources we need, but to ensure consistency and maximum flexibility, we had to automate with Chef. –  Ashley Streb, Vice President of Technology at Brightcove Manage and Scale Public, Private, and Hybrid Cloud Infrastructure
  • 13. “ ” Challenge Solution Consistently manage services across multiple cloud providers Message Bus Our business would not be where it is today without the technology and support provided by Opscode. Hosted Chef compressed our time-to-market from months to weeks. –  Jeremy LaTrasse, CEO Message Bus Cloud Management for Multiple IaaS Clouds Deployed Hosted Chef for full-stack automation to accelerate cross-platform IT operations
  • 14. “ ” •  Accelerate your business •  Automate build, test, configuration and deployment functions •  Innovate Faster •  Reduce Cycle Times •  Improve Software Quality Continuous Delivery Today, we run just about everything we do with our infrastructure through Hosted Chef, so we're able to continuously and consistently deliver new applications through various environments, all the way to production. This has really accelerated our time to market, not to mention letting us sleep better at night. –  Leon Stein, Chief Architect at Decide Automate Processes for Frequent Incremental Change
  • 15. 1 2 …. Chef Server and the CD Process Software Configuration Management (SCM) Build Pulling Tag Payload N Payload 3 Payload 2 Payload 1 Create Data (#) Upload Cookbook Autodeploy to Local Host Update DEV Request Portal Chef Server Autodeploy Application Devs Infrastructure Devs QA DEV ….. PROD Promote Promote Latest Codebase and Build 1, 2, … N ….. N Bluelock Builds
  • 16. “ ” Challenge Solution Bring new features and applications to market quickly Private Chef enables our IT teams to easily deploy new offerings and rapidly scale applications so our subscribers can trace their family roots by accessing the billions of genealogical records and millions of family trees from around the globe. –  John Esser, Director of Agile Development Continuous Delivery Deployed Private Chef to achieve continuous automated delivery of its service-oriented application architecture
  • 17. Chef Provides a Model for Reuse That Works 900+ Cookbooks “Yesterday we started open sourcing some of our Opscode Chef work created at; #Splunk #opschef #expectmor”
  • 18. Community Overview Community 25,000+ Community Members 900+ Community  Cookbooks 250,000+ Cookbook Downloads 400+ Public Training Attendees in the last year 30+ Meetup Groups Over 200 Corporate Contributors
  • 19. Full Automation Common Automation Tasks: Scripts, OS Compliance, Updates & Patches Configuration ManagementDiscovery and Visibility Application Management Continuous Deployment Automation is a People, Process, and Technology Journey
  • 20. The journey provides real benefits Speed Consistency Reduction in deployment errors of  10 to 20% Reduction in rework of 15 to 25% Always On Increase in  uptime Agility Allows for  emergent and  quick cycle  time changes  without degrading  the productivity  of the team Reduction  deployment  cycle times of 90%
  • 21. How Opscode Can Help Training Courses •  Public Training and Workshops •  3-Day Chef Fundamentals •  Custom Skills Development •  Private Training Evaluation and Assessment •  Evaluate existing technology platform and identify goals and areas for improvement. •  Create a customized automation plan. Curated Cookbooks Public Cloud Providers •  Amazon Web Services •  Google Compute Engine •  Microsoft Azure •  Rackspace •  VMware vCloud •  CloudStack Microsoft Windows Linux OpenStack Workshop Train Core Team Assess Environment Master Plan Pilot Build Implement Proof of Concept •  All the power of Hosted Chef behind the firewall •  Delivered as enterprise software •  Implementation consulting customized to your needs Private Chef •  Delivered via SaaS Model Hosted by Opscode •  Manage up to 50,000 Servers •  Industry-leading SLA’s •  24x7x365 Support Options •  Get up and running quickly •  Pay/grow as you need Hosted Chef