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Dev Ops Geek Fest: Automating the ForgeRock Platform

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Modern identity management platforms must be agile enough to respond to demanding business timelines. Your dev-ops strategy could be the difference between hitting or missing business-critical deadlines. In this session we will demonstrate how to use dev-ops tools such as Ansible and Vagrant to automate and simplify the installation of the ForgeRock Identity Platform.

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Dev Ops Geek Fest: Automating the ForgeRock Platform

  1. 1. Adventures in DevOps Warren Strange Director, Sales Engineering warren.strange@forgerock.com
  2. 2. DevOps in a nutshell…. source: HTTP://XKCD.COM/974/
  3. 3. Why DevOps? Copyright © Identity Summit 2015, all rights reserved. • Developer: “I want a development box” • QA tester: “I want to test a complex configuration that mirrors production” • Sys Admin: “I want a reliable, repeatable production configuration” • Potential Customer: “I want a demonstration of how your product works” • ForgeRock University “I want to quickly create lab environments for 30 students”
  4. 4. Elasticity Copyright © Identity Summit 2015, all rights reserved. • The ForgeRock platform scales extremely well vertically with a small number of nodes • Easy to scale up / down through virtualization, adding more CPU, RAM, etc • OpenAM 13 stateless sessions provide new horizontal scaling options
  5. 5. Which tool?
  6. 6. What role can ForgeRock Play? • Make our products more “DevOps” friendly. E.g: – OpenAM 13 REST configuration service – Reduce file system dependencies – Commons project to implement keystore in OpenDJ – More flexible logging options (e.g. syslog) • Longer term: move towards 12factor architecture • What we can’t do is pick a “winner” in the DevOps tools game • Community: How can we facilitate more sharing?
  7. 7. Enough Talk. Let’s see some DevOps • https://github.com/ForgeRock/frstack • Ansible / Vagrant project to install all of the ForgeRock components – OpenIDM - identity lifecycle management – OpenAM - access management – OpenDJ - directory services – OpenIG - identity gateway – OpenAM Agent - policy enforcement point J
  8. 8. Demo of frstack ( 5 min)
  9. 9. Things I learned so far... • Normalizing environments is painful e.g. Apache on CentOS/RHEL is not quite the same as Ubuntu/Debian • More flexible == more brittle e.g. OpenDJ CLI arguments changed slightly from 2.x to 3.x. • Not a lot of sharing right now... – Are DevOps assets too specific to an organization? – Takes too much time to clean up and document DevOps assets?
  10. 10. Containers gone wild J • Docker = “Micro VMs” – Includes all dependencies – One process per container – Similar to BSD Jails, Solaris Zones • Docker in Production? – Still not for the faint of heart...
  11. 11. Kubernetes J • Containers alone are not sufficient. They need orchestration, container networking, service lookup, rolling upgrades, placement (affinity / non-affinity) • Created by Google, based on 10+ years of experience running containers at scale • Container agnostic (Docker, Rocket, etc) • Open source project
  12. 12. Demo of Docker (5 min)
  13. 13. Docker - What I learned • Great for developers and “throw away” environments • Docker fits best for 12factor, stateless applications • Externalize persistence - it’s a lot of work to “pull apart” applications • Docker “data volumes”: How do you guarantee your container is running on a node that has the data? • Kubernetes data volumes are a higher level abstraction. They are a network resource, not tied to a node implemented using Google Persistent Disk, NFS, iSCSI J
  14. 14. Questions? J
  15. 15. DevOps Resources Ansible http://www.ansible.com/resources Jake’s Amazing OpenIDM Vagrant project https://github.com/jakefeasel/openidm- boilerplate/ frstack project https://github.com/ForgeRock/frstack Puppet Module https://github.com/ConductAS/puppet- openam Kubernetes http://kubernetes.io
  16. 16. Thank You! Warren Strange Director, Sales Engineering warren.strange@forgerock.com
  17. 17. Big Idea: OpenAM on Kubernetes • Strategy – Vanilla OpenAM / Tomcat Docker container, with no “personality” – External OpenDJ config/CTS store – K8 data volume holds ~/openam configuration directory • Keystore, logs, bootstrap, service definitions – Bootstrap script tweaks .openamcfg/ to point to the above k8 volume • Use static DNS names for cluster networking – openam-hosta.localdomain wired for SFO to openam- hostb.localdomain • Use realms, DNS aliases to “personalize” for target environment – realm /acme, dns alias: acme.com J

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