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How to develop Drupal locally with virtual machines and why you would want to.

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  • 1. DEVELOPING LOCALLY WITH VIRTUAL MACHINES William Hurley, Manager of Programming April 11, 2014 Monday, April 14, 14
  • 2. About Forum One 1,500  projects  since  1996 Full  Service  Strategy  +  UX  +  Tech  +  Support 100%  Open  Source! Monday, April 14, 14
  • 3. 75  Staff  Members  in Alexandria,  SeaJle, San  Francisco  and  more! Monday, April 14, 14
  • 4. The Challenge Monday, April 14, 14
  • 5. In 2008 LAMPi n u x p a c h e y S q l H P Monday, April 14, 14
  • 6. In 2008 4  languages PHP SQL CSS  /  JS 3  services Apache MySQL PHP  with  mod_php 5  Developers 1  Themer 2  System   Administrators Everyone  in  one   building Monday, April 14, 14
  • 7. In 2014 LNMPSVMi n u x n g i n x y S q l H P o l r a r n i s h e m c a c h e d Monday, April 14, 14
  • 8. In 2014 15  Developers 5  Interface  Engineers 2  Technical  PM 10  Contractors 2  System   Administrators Working  across  the  US   and  Europe 7  languages PHP SQL Ruby Java SASS  /  CSS  /  JS 7  services Apache nginx MySQL PostgreSQL Solr Varnish Memcached Redis NodeJS Monday, April 14, 14
  • 9. Develop and Support Launched  29  sites  in  2013 AcUvely  host  and  support  65+  sites Drupal  6  and  7,  even  some  Drupal  5 WordPress Custom  applicaUons  in  Python,  NodeJS,  Zend   Framework,  Code  Igniter  and  others Hosted  by  Forum  One,  Acquia,  Pantheon  and   others Monday, April 14, 14
  • 10. Software and Versions Matter Apache  or  nginx? FPM  or  mod_php? PHP  5.2,  5.3  or  5.4? Ruby  1.8.7,  1.9  or  2.0? Solr  3.5,  3.6,  4.4  or  4.6? Redis  or  memcached Varnish Monday, April 14, 14
  • 11. Looking to the Future Web  properUes  ge`ng  more  complex New  technologies  -­‐-­‐  not  yet  easily  installed   on  consumer  systems HHVM PageSpeed Mahout  /  Hadoop Larger  and  more  distributed  teams Monday, April 14, 14
  • 12. Solutions Monday, April 14, 14
  • 13. Monday, April 14, 14
  • 14. What is it? “Vagrant  is  a  tool  for  building  complete   development  environments.  With  an  easy-­‐ to-­‐use  workflow  and  focus  on  automaUon,   Vagrant  lowers  development  environment   setup  Ume,  increases  development/ producUon  parity,  and  makes  the  "works  on   my  machine"  excuse  a  relic  of  the  past.” Monday, April 14, 14
  • 15. What Does that Mean? Manages  per-­‐project  virtual  machines Eases  configuraUon  for: Port  forwarding Shared  folders  including  NFS SSH  agent  forwarding Integrates  with  system  configuraUon   management Monday, April 14, 14
  • 16. Why Does it Matter? Easily  create  new  projects  -­‐-­‐  just   run  “vagrant  up” Keep  each  project  isolated Keep  everyone  working  in  the   same  environment Monday, April 14, 14
  • 17. Vagrant Workflow Check  out  repository Run  “vagrant  up” Log  in  to  VM  by  running  “vagrant  ssh” Run  git  or  drush  from  the  VM  or  locally Work  with  files  locally Monday, April 14, 14
  • 18. Easy First Steps Create  a  single  virtual  machine  with   sojware  you  need Generate  template Share  with  team Monday, April 14, 14
  • 19. Challenges More  system  resources  necessary Requires  use  of  the  command-­‐line Does  not  preserve  idiosyncraUc  preferences Requires  addiUonal  sojware  -­‐-­‐  some   changing  frequently Not  all  drush  commands  work  well  from   outside  the  VM Monday, April 14, 14
  • 20. Common Issues On  some  machines  Intel  VirtualizaUon   Technology  for  Directed  I/O  (VT-­‐d)  is  not   enabled SSH  commands  need  the  host  SSH  key  in   the  SSH  agent  -­‐-­‐  ssh-­‐add NaUve  file  sharing  on  OSX  and  Linux  is  slow   -­‐-­‐  use  NFS Monday, April 14, 14
  • 21. Monday, April 14, 14
  • 22. What is it? “Puppet  is  IT  automaUon  sojware  that  helps   system  administrators  manage  infrastructure   throughout  its  lifecycle,  from  provisioning  and   configuraUon  to  orchestraUon  and  reporUng.   Using  Puppet,  you  can  easily  automate   repeUUve  tasks,  quickly  deploy  criUcal   applicaUons,  and  proacUvely  manage  change,   scaling  from  10s  of  servers  to  1000s,  on-­‐ premise  or  in  the  cloud.” Monday, April 14, 14
  • 23. What Does that Mean? Ensures  current  environment  matches   configuraUon Domain  specific  language  to  configure: Services Files Permissions Se`ngs Monday, April 14, 14
  • 24. Alternatives Monday, April 14, 14
  • 25. Why Does it Matter? Ability  to  customize  sojware  for  each   project  independently Ability  to  customize  se`ngs  for  each   project  independently  and  share  those   se`ngs  with  each  team  member Leverage  experUse  in  certain  technologies   across  the  enUre  team Monday, April 14, 14
  • 26. Challenges Centralizes  knowledge  and  experUse Takes  Ume  to  provision  virtual  machine Achieving  parity  with  developer  desired   tools  -­‐-­‐  e.g.  XDebug,  XHProf Change  can  be  difficult Monday, April 14, 14
  • 27. PuPHPet Monday, April 14, 14
  • 28. Other Examples Drupal-­‐VM  (github.com/Bussmeyer/drupal-­‐vm) Varying  Vagrant  Vagrants  (github.com/Varying-­‐ Vagrant-­‐Vagrants/VVV) Kalabox  (www.kalamuna.com/products/kalabox) Monday, April 14, 14
  • 29. Or Roll Your Own Advantages Control  over  all  aspects  of  the  provisioning Easy  to  use  organizaUon  specific  configuraUon  -­‐-­‐   e.g.  Varnish,  Solr,  nginx Challenges Takes  Ume  to  learn  tool Limits  your  community Monday, April 14, 14
  • 30. Key Components Librarian  Puppet Puppet  modules  -­‐-­‐  Puppet  Forge,  Git Hiera Monday, April 14, 14
  • 31. Hiera --- classes: - forumone::varnish - forumone::nodejs - forumone::ruby - memcached forumone::webserver::webserver: nginx forumone::php::modules: - pecl-memcached - xcache - gd php::modules: xcache: settings: xcache.size: "96M" --- classes: - forumone::webserver - forumone::php - forumone::drush - forumone::mailcatcher forumone::php::modules: - xml - pdo - mbstring - mysql - pecl-xdebug php::ini: display_errors: "On" memory_limit: "256M" upload_max_filesize: "50M" post_max_size: "100M" sendmail_path: "/usr/bin/env catchmail" percona::conf: max_allowed_packets: content: "[mysqld]nmax_allowed_packet=100M" innodb_file_per_table: content: "[mysqld]ninnodb_file_per_table" query_cache_size: content: "[mysqld]nquery_cache_size = 128M" table_open_cache: content: "[mysqld]ntable_open_cache = 2048" memory_buffers: content: "[mysqld]ntmp_table_size = 128nmax_heap_table_size = 128Mnjoin_buffer_size = 1M nmyisam_sort_buffer_size = 8Mnsort_buffer_size = 2M" php::modules: xdebug: pkgname: "pecl-xdebug" zend: "/usr/lib64/php/modules" settings: --- forumone::databases: web: username: web forumone::webserver::vhosts: vagrant: path: "/vagrant/public" forumone::php::prefix: "php53u" forumone::solr::collections: drupal: order: 1 Server Platform Site Monday, April 14, 14
  • 32. THANK YOU! Any questions? whurley@forumone.com Monday, April 14, 14