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Architect Track Heroku - A Polyglot Platform [Architecture & Add-ons]By Ashish Tondare

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Architect Track Heroku - A Polyglot Platform [Architecture & Add-ons]By Ashish Tondare

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  2. 2. Ashish Tondare Manager,Engineering-IT Vlocity @ashish_bt www.linkedin.com/in/ashishtondare Heroku - A Polyglot Platform Architecture and Addons
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  4. 4. @sfdgblr #blrdevx Agenda • Heroku Introduction - What Is Heroku - Build Pack - Dyno’s And Add-ons - Create Heroku Account - Heroku Dashboard • Heroku CLI - CLI Installation - Usage • Pricing And Comparison • Getting Started on Heroku with Node.JS • Deploying Apps with GitHub • Scaling of App & Provision of Addons • Heroku Features • Heroku Apps Demo • The Twelve - Factor Apps • Heroku Certification Mantra - Key Topics - Sources - Trailhead + Trailmix - Devcenter • Quiz - Kahoot • Q&A
  5. 5. @sfdgblr #blrdevx What Is Heroku ● “Heroku" is a merger of "heroic" and "haiku" ● A Container based Cloud Platform As A Service (PaaS) ● Deploy, manage, and scale modern apps. ● Polyglot Programming
  6. 6. @sfdgblr #blrdevx Buildpacks ● Official Supported Buildpacks ● Back bone of polyglot platform ● Setting a Buildpack on Application ● Third Party Buildpacks ● Multiple buildpacks ● Creating buildpack
  7. 7. @sfdgblr #blrdevx Dynos ● Dynos: the heart of the Heroku platform ● A collection of lightweight Linux containers ● Easy for you to build and run flexible, scalable apps. ● No overhead of managing infrastructure ● Source Code, Dependencies and procfile (Slug) is deployed to Dyno ● Web, Worker & One - Off configurations. ● CLI Support (Restart, Start, Stop, Scale, launch, logs etc.) ● Dyno Sleeping. ● Request handling.
  8. 8. @sfdgblr #blrdevx Add-ons Data Stores ● Heroku Postgres ● Heroku Redis ● Apache kafka Data Store Utilities ● Marketing Connector ● Heroku Connect Monitoring ● New Relic APM ● Pingdom ● AppDynamics Dynos Heroku Scheduler Process Scheduler AutoIdle Email/SMS ● Sendgrid ● Till & Blower.io Image & Video Processing ● Einstein Platform Services ● Telestream Cloud ● Resize Security ● Snyk ● SSL ● Heroku Private Spaces Testing ● Blazemeter (performance) ● Loader.io (Load Testing) Alert & User Mgmt ● StatusPage ● Deploy Hooks ● Auth0 & Oauth.io
  9. 9. @sfdgblr #blrdevx Heroku Account, Dashboard & CLI ● Free account - https://signup.heroku.com/ ● The Heroku Dashboard ○ Creating, renaming, and deleting apps ○ Viewing app metrics ○ Configuring add-ons ○ Managing Heroku Teams ○ Creating pipelines ○ Configuring deployment integrations ○ Viewing usage, invoice, and billing information ● The Heroku CLI ○ Create and manage your Heroku apps. ○ https://devcenter.heroku.com/articles/heroku-cli
  10. 10. @sfdgblr #blrdevx Pricing and Comparison ● Selection of Plan (https://www.heroku.com/pricing) ● Collaborators ○ Shared Collaborators ○ Heroku Teams ○ Heroku Enterprise ● CI/CD ○ Heroku Pipelines ○ Heroku CI
  11. 11. @sfdgblr #blrdevx ● Heroku CLI ● Node ● NPM ● GIT ● https://devcenter.heroku.com/articles/getting-started-with-nodejs Getting Started on Heroku with Node.js
  12. 12. @sfdgblr #blrdevx Deploying Apps with GitHub ● Enabling Github Integration ● Manul Deploys ● Automatic Deploys ● Review Apps ● Heroku CI ● Disconnecting From Github
  13. 13. @sfdgblr #blrdevx Heroku Application Demo Demo ● Phone Change App & Deployment ● SLDS App ● Event Log File App Explore Apps Metadata Compare - https://sforgcompare.herokuapp.com/ Permission Compare - https://perm-comparator.herokuapp.com/ Package Builder - https://packagebuilder.herokuapp.com/
  14. 14. @sfdgblr #blrdevx Heroku Features ● Collaboration ● Security ○ App Security ○ Identities and Authentication ○ Compliance ● Heroku CI/CD ● Extending Heroku ○ Platform API’s ○ App Webhooks ○ Heroku Labs ○ Build CLI Plugins ○ Build Packs ○ Dev Center ● Heroku Enterprise ○ Private Spaces ○ Enterprise Teams ○ Heroku Connect SF Sync ○ Enterprise Accounts (Beta)
  15. 15. @sfdgblr #blrdevx The Twelve-Factor App I. Codebase One codebase tracked in revision control, many deploys II. Dependencies Explicitly declare and isolate dependencies III. Config Store config in the environment IV. Backing services Treat backing services as attached resources V. Build, release, run Strictly separate build and run stages VI. Processes Execute the app as one or more stateless processes VII. Port binding Export services via port binding VIII. Concurrency Scale out via the process model IX. Disposability Maximize robustness with fast startup and graceful shutdown X. Dev/prod parity Keep development, staging, and production as similar as possible XI. Logs Treat logs as event streams XII. Admin processes Run admin/management tasks as one-off processes
  16. 16. @sfdgblr #blrdevx Heroku Certification Mantra ● Do I need this credentials? ● Exam Guide on trailhead ● Trailhead Modules ○ Heroku Enterprise Basic ○ Salesforce and Heroku Integration ● Heroku Architecture ● Build Getting started Apps from Heroku Site ● Play with Add-ons ● Dev Center is Key to success ● Trailmix - Prepare for Your Heroku Architecture Credential ● Build 3-5 End to End Applications ● Fork Github Projects ● http://clouddatafacts.com ● Study Group? ● 60-questions, 72%, $400 ● Be among first few to get certified from India
  17. 17. @sfdgblr #blrdevx KAHOOT TIME
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  20. 20. @sfdgblr #blrdevx References https://devcenter.heroku.com/articles/dynos https://elements.heroku.com/addons https://www.heroku.com/what

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