Mo' servers Mo' problems: Using containers at GetPantheon.com

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At GetPantheon.com, we've built a platform embracing the nimble nature of containerized resources to achieve unprecedented supportability, margins, and elastic capacity.

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Mo' servers Mo' problems: Using containers at GetPantheon.com

  1. 1. Betting on Containers Building a Business with Nimble Technology
  2. 2. AKA Mo Servers, Mo Problems Mo Servers, Mo Problems
  3. 3. 11 20 12 20 2 13 0
  4. 4. Pantheon, a platform for the content web, running 10s of Ks of LAMP CMS installs https://www.getpantheon.com/customers IMAGES
  5. 5. This is what our marketers say we built
  6. 6. Bro! Let’s bundle optimized hosting along with amazing workflow tools, team management, and runtime analytics, stick it on a VM, and charge $$$!
  7. 7. We did it! 300 Clients 300 VirtualMachines 300 Problems
  8. 8. We can now support Freemium! Each site has 3+ environments Containers for PHP-FPM, Nginx, Mount processes, MySQL DB and Redis To 300 30GB VMs, 100,000 LAMP stacks, ~750,000 containers (TODO count?)
  9. 9. Doubling the devops team From one devops brachiosaurus => two devops brachiosauruseses ~150k containers per devops dino
  10. 10. OS Upgrades Suck Cloud VMs get ‘weird’ Container migration FTW. OS upgrade drops avg server life End of life is a way of life!
  11. 11. Container Migration to MariaDB One-click migration to convert thousands of MySQL containers to MariaDB
  12. 12. How do you feel about launching our largest client yet? What if it was this afternoon?
  13. 13. Let’s talk about (not) shipping
  14. 14. Unprecedented ● ● ● Supportability/Operability Gross Margins for Hosting Elastic capacity
  15. 15. Thanks! Nick Stielau @nstielau

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