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The deck for Practical Microservices as presented at YOW 2013 in Brisbane. Minor changes from the Melbourne event. …

The deck for Practical Microservices as presented at YOW 2013 in Brisbane. Minor changes from the Melbourne event.

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  • 1. Practical Considerations Of Microservices Sam Newman YOW 2013
  • 2. @samnewman
  • 3. We’re Hiring! @samnewman
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  • 13. Web Shop Shopping Cart Registration Catalog Finance Customer @samnewman
  • 14. REST over HTTP @samnewman
  • 15. REST over HTTP @samnewman
  • 16. REST over HTTP > 1000 lines of code @samnewman
  • 17. @samnewman
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  • 19. V1 @samnewman
  • 20. V2 @samnewman
  • 21. V2 @samnewman
  • 22. Go Ruby NodeJS Java @samnewman
  • 23. Go Ruby NodeJS Clojure! @samnewman
  • 24. Go Ruby NodeJS Clojure! @samnewman
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  • 29. http://www.flickr.com/photos/booleansplit/4005320314/ Standardised @samnewman
  • 30. http://www.flickr.com/photos/booleansplit/4005320314/ Free For All Standardised http://www.flickr.com/photos/murplejane/3097926093/ @samnewman
  • 31. http://www.flickr.com/photos/booleansplit/4005320314/ Free For All Standardised Consistency http://www.flickr.com/photos/murplejane/3097926093/ @samnewman
  • 32. http://www.flickr.com/photos/booleansplit/4005320314/ Free For All Standardised Consistency Safety http://www.flickr.com/photos/murplejane/3097926093/ @samnewman
  • 33. http://www.flickr.com/photos/booleansplit/4005320314/ Autonomy Free For All Standardised Consistency Safety http://www.flickr.com/photos/murplejane/3097926093/ @samnewman
  • 34. http://www.flickr.com/photos/booleansplit/4005320314/ React Autonomy Free For All Standardised Consistency Safety http://www.flickr.com/photos/murplejane/3097926093/ @samnewman
  • 35. http://bit.ly/1aJhJ0m @samnewman
  • 36. http://bit.ly/1aJhJ0m Responsiveness @samnewman
  • 37. http://bit.ly/1aJhJ0m Responsiveness Efficiency @samnewman
  • 38. @samnewman
  • 39. “A paradox has a resolution, not a solution” - Xiao Guo @samnewman
  • 40. @samnewman
  • 41. Standardisation @samnewman
  • 42. Standardisation Free For All @samnewman
  • 43. Standardisation Free For All @samnewman
  • 44. Standardisation Free For All @samnewman
  • 45. Standardisation ??? Free For All @samnewman
  • 46. Where To Standardise? @samnewman
  • 47. © 2013 Electronic Arts Inc. @samnewman
  • 48. @samnewman
  • 49. Interfaces @samnewman
  • 50. Monitoring Interfaces @samnewman
  • 51. Monitoring Interfaces Deployment @samnewman
  • 52. Architectural Saftey @samnewman
  • 53. @samnewman
  • 54. Free For All @samnewman
  • 55. Standardisation Free For All @samnewman
  • 56. Standardisation TIP: Standardise in the gaps between services - be flexible about what happens inside the boxes Free For All @samnewman
  • 57. Interfaces @samnewman
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  • 61. Coupling Is Bad @samnewman
  • 62. Integration Styles An Evolutionary View Data Oriented Procedure Oriented Document Oriented Resource Oriented @samnewman
  • 63. Integration Styles An Evolutionary View Data Oriented Procedure Oriented Document Oriented Resource Oriented @samnewman
  • 64. Integration Styles An Evolutionary View TIP: Avoid RPC-mechanisms or shared serialisation Procedure Document Resource Data protocols to avoid coupling Oriented Oriented Oriented Oriented @samnewman
  • 65. http://www.flickr.com/photos/mikecogh/4472054494/ @samnewman
  • 66. http://www.flickr.com/photos/mikecogh/4472054494/ TIP: Have one, two or maybe three ways of integrating, not 20 @samnewman
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  • 69. TIP: Pick some sensible conventions, and stick with them @samnewman
  • 70. Payment Inventory @samnewman
  • 71. Payment Inventory @samnewman
  • 72. Because CAP Theorem @samnewman
  • 73. Because CAP Theorem TIP: Avoid distributed transactions if at all possible @samnewman
  • 74. Monitoring @samnewman
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  • 76. @samnewman http://www.flickr.com/photos/kalexanderson/5421517469/
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  • 81. ??? @samnewman
  • 82. You have to get *much* better at monitoring @samnewman
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  • 87. You are not a badass if you use an SSH Multiplexer @samnewman
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  • 93. Response Time Response Time Response Time @samnewman
  • 94. Response Time Response Time Response Time @samnewman
  • 95. Response Time Response Time Response Time @samnewman
  • 96. nsclient++ collectd Graphite @samnewman
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  • 99. TIP: Capture metrics, and logs, for each node, and aggregate them to get a rolled up picture @samnewman
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  • 103. TIP: Use synthetic transactions to test production systems @samnewman
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  • 107. ID: 123 @samnewman
  • 108. ID: 123 ID: 123 ID: 123 @samnewman
  • 109. ID: 123 ID: 123 ID: 123 TIP: Use correlation IDs to track down nasty bugs @samnewman
  • 110. Deployment @samnewman
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  • 114. ! @samnewman
  • 115. ! ! @samnewman
  • 116. ! ! ! @samnewman
  • 117. ! TIP: Abstract out underlying platform differences to provide a uniform deployment mechanism ! ! @samnewman
  • 118. @samnewman
  • 119. $ fab deploy def deploy(): # run things local(‘cp…’) @samnewman
  • 120. Fast Feedback Dev QA Production More Confidence @samnewman
  • 121. fab deploy:dev def deploy(env): # run things local(‘cp…’) @samnewman
  • 122. fab deploy:dev def deploy(env): # run things local(‘cp…’) @samnewman
  • 123. prod:! nodes:! - ami_id: ami-4dad7424! size: t1.micro! credentials_name: us-east-ssh! aws_key_name : test! services: [hello_world]! apache:! security_groups: [ spicy-beef ]! puppet_module_directory : puppet! availability_zone: us-east-1a! puppet_manifest : apache.pp! type: phoenix.providers.aws_provider.AWSNodeDefinition! service_configurator: - ami_id: ami-4dad7424! phoenix.configurators.puppet_service_configurator.PuppetServiceConfigurator! size: t1.micro! connectivity:! credentials_name: us-east-ssh! - protocol: tcp! aws_key_name : test! ports: [ 80 ]! services: [hello_world]! allowed: [ WORLD ]! security_groups: [ spicy-beef ]! availability_zone: us-east-1b! hello_world:! type: phoenix.providers.aws_provider.AWSNodeDefinition! puppet_module_directory : puppet! - ami_id: ami-4dad7424! puppet_manifest : hello_world.pp! size: t1.micro! service_configurator: credentials_name: us-east-ssh! phoenix.configurators.puppet_service_configurator.PuppetServiceConfigurator! aws_key_name : test! connectivity:! services: [apache]! - protocol: tcp! type: phoenix.providers.aws_provider.AWSNodeDefinition! ports: [ 8080, 8081 ]! security_groups: [ spicy-beef ]! allowed: [ WORLD ]! ! ! ! node_provider:! mongo:! class_name: AWSNodeProvider! puppet_module_directory : puppet! public_api_key: {{ aws_public_api_key }}! puppet_manifest private_api_key: {{ aws_private_api_key }} : mongo.pp! service_configurator: phoenix.configurators.puppet_service_configurator.PuppetServiceConfigurator! connectivity:! - protocol: tcp! ports: [ 27017 ]! allowed: [ hello_world ] @samnewman
  • 124. prod:! nodes:! - ami_id: ami-4dad7424! size: t1.micro! credentials_name: us-east-ssh! aws_key_name : test! services: [hello_world]! apache:! security_groups: [ spicy-beef ]! puppet_module_directory : puppet! availability_zone: us-east-1a! puppet_manifest : apache.pp! type: phoenix.providers.aws_provider.AWSNodeDefinition! service_configurator: - ami_id: ami-4dad7424! phoenix.configurators.puppet_service_configurator.PuppetServiceConfigurator! size: t1.micro! connectivity:! credentials_name: us-east-ssh! - protocol: tcp! aws_key_name : test! ports: [ 80 ]! services: [hello_world]! allowed: [ WORLD ]! security_groups: [ spicy-beef ]! availability_zone: us-east-1b! hello_world:! type: phoenix.providers.aws_provider.AWSNodeDefinition! puppet_module_directory : puppet! - ami_id: ami-4dad7424! puppet_manifest : hello_world.pp! size: t1.micro! service_configurator: credentials_name: us-east-ssh! phoenix.configurators.puppet_service_configurator.PuppetServiceConfigurator! aws_key_name : test! connectivity:! services: [apache]! - protocol: tcp! type: phoenix.providers.aws_provider.AWSNodeDefinition! ports: [ 8080, 8081 ]! security_groups: [ spicy-beef ]! allowed: [ WORLD ]! TIP: Have a single way of deploying services in any given environment ! ! ! node_provider:! mongo:! class_name: AWSNodeProvider! puppet_module_directory : puppet! public_api_key: {{ aws_public_api_key }}! puppet_manifest private_api_key: {{ aws_private_api_key }} : mongo.pp! service_configurator: phoenix.configurators.puppet_service_configurator.PuppetServiceConfigurator! connectivity:! - protocol: tcp! ports: [ 27017 ]! allowed: [ hello_world ] @samnewman
  • 125. Customer Service V1
  • 126. " Customer Service V1
  • 127. " " Customer Service V1
  • 128. " " " Customer Service V1
  • 129. " " " " Customer Service V1
  • 130. " " " " Customer Service V1
  • 131. Finance Customer Service V1
  • 132. Finance Customer Service V1 Customer Service v2
  • 133. Finance Customer Service V1 Finance Customer Service v2
  • 134. Integration Test Finance Customer Service v2
  • 135. Finance Customer Service v2
  • 136. Finance Consumer written test Customer Service v2
  • 137. Finance Consumer written test Customer Service v2
  • 138. Finance Customer Service v2 TIP: Consumer Driven Tests to catch breaking changes Consumer written test
  • 139. Pending… Prod
  • 140. Pending… Prod
  • 141. Pending… Prod
  • 142. Pending… Prod
  • 143. Pending… Prod
  • 144. Pending… Prod TIP: Don’t let changes build up - release as soon as you can, and preferably one at a time!
  • 145. Architectural Safety @samnewman
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  • 150. http://www.flickr.com/photos/louish/5611657857/ @samnewman
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  • 152. TIP: Use timeouts, circuit breakers and bulk-heads to avoid cascading failure @samnewman
  • 153. Special Service Behaviour @samnewman
  • 154. Integration Special Service Behaviour @samnewman
  • 155. Integration Special Service Behaviour Downstream @samnewman
  • 156. Integration Special Service Behaviour Metrics Downstream @samnewman
  • 157. Integration Special Service Behaviour Metrics Downstream @samnewman
  • 158. Integration Special Service Behaviour Metrics Downstream @samnewman
  • 159. Integration Special Service Behaviour Metrics TIP: Consider Service Templates to make it easy to do the right thing! Downstream @samnewman
  • 160. TIP: Standardise in the gaps between services - be flexible about what happens inside the boxes TIP: Avoid RPC-mechanisms or shared serialisation protocols to avoid coupling TIP: Have one, two or maybe three ways of integrating, not 20 TIP: Pick some sensible conventions, and stick with them @samnewman
  • 161. TIP: Capture metrics, and logs, for each node, and aggregate them to get a rolled up picture TIP: Use synthetic transactions to test production systems TIP: Avoid distributed transactions if at all possible TIP: Use correlation IDs to track down nasty bugs TIP: Abstract out underlying platform differences to provide a uniform deployment mechanism @samnewman
  • 162. TIP: Have a single way of deploying services in any given environment TIP: Consumer Driven Tests to catch breaking changes TIP: Don’t let changes build up - release as soon as you can, and preferably one at a time! TIP: Use timeouts, circuit breakers and bulk-heads to avoid cascading failure TIP: Consider Service Templates to make it easy to do the right thing! @samnewman
  • 163. @samnewman
  • 164. TIP: Standardise in the gaps between services - be flexible about what happens inside the boxes @samnewman
  • 165. TIP: Standardise in the gaps between services - be flexible about what happens inside the boxes @samnewman
  • 166. TIP: Standardise in the gaps between services - be flexible about what happens inside the boxes TIP: Don’t let changes build up - release as soon as you can, and preferably one at a time! @samnewman
  • 167. TIP: Standardise in the gaps between services - be flexible about what happens inside the boxes TIP: Don’t let changes build up - release as soon as you can, and preferably one at a time! @samnewman
  • 168. Designing For ! Rapid Release @samnewman
  • 169. Designing For ! Rapid Release From Macro To Micro @samnewman
  • 170. Designing For ! Rapid Release From Macro To Micro http://lanyrd.com/profile/samnewman/ @samnewman
  • 171. Thanks! @samnewman snewman@thoughtworks.com @samnewman