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DevOps vs SRE vs Cloud Native

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Rob Hirschfeld talk at CloudExpo West in Oct/Nov 2017. Learn more about RackN solutions enabling automation, orchestration and provisioning at scale at http://www.rackn.com. The blog post associated with this talk is at http://bit.ly/sre v devops.

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DevOps vs SRE vs Cloud Native

  1. 1. The Server Cage Match DevOps vs SRE vs Cloud Native DevOps.com Post: http://bit.ly/sre v devops
  2. 2. Rob Hirschfeld @zehicle, CEO RackN Open Hybrid Infrastructure Automation SRE & DevOps Evangelist Active in OpenStack & Kubernetes Community. Digital Rebar Co-Founder Focusing on “Underlay Automation”
  3. 3. Spiraling Ops Debt Jan ’17 Post http://bit.ly/opsdebt
  4. 4. Running Infrastructure Sucks You cannot maintain control The dependency graph for applications is getting deeper Best case, you are invisible Not my code...
  5. 5. We have a serious problem building for operators Mesos OpenStack C.FoundryKubernetes Ops Slows Profit Too Complex Too Fragile Too Fast Faster Developers Commodity Infrastructure
  6. 6. Artificial Conflict Our industry LOVES to manufacture “this vs that” narratives. If your team is discussing these items as conflicting then it’s an indiciation of deeper political silos within your organization DevOps = Process SRE = Job Function Cloud Native = Architecture Devs Ops
  7. 7. Shared Lean Root They all have the same fundamental goal: increase product delivery through improved flow. It’s really that simple. SRE, Cloud Native and DevOps do have a SHARED ENEMY: Complexity Cloud Native DevOps Site Reliability Engineering Lean
  8. 8. What is Cloud First? It’s about a Deep Automation Posture Not Cloud Only Not VMs Only Not Single Vendor
  9. 9. What is Cloud First? Cloud Native Welcome Home!
  10. 10. Cloud Native Architecture 12 Factor Micro Services REST APIsTechnology
  11. 11. Cloud Native Architecture 12 Factor Micro Services REST APIs Immutable CI/CD Automated Technology Outcome
  12. 12. Cloud Native Architecture 12 Factor Micro Services REST APIs Immutable CI/CD Automated Cloud First Small Steps Integration Technology Outcome Values
  13. 13. DevOps Process Dev to Prod Automation Build to DeployTechnology
  14. 14. DevOps Process Dev to Prod Automation Build to Deploy Collaboration Repeatability CI/CD Technology Outcome
  15. 15. DevOps Process Dev to Prod Automation Build to Deploy Collaboration Repeatability CI/CD Cloud First Small Steps Integration Technology Outcome Values
  16. 16. SRE Job Prod First Infra Owner 50/50 TimeTechnology
  17. 17. SRE Job Prod First Infra Owner 50/50 Time Data Driven Collaborate Automate Technology Outcome
  18. 18. SRE Job Prod First Infra Owner 50/50 Time Data Driven Collaborate Automate Cloud First Small Steps Integration Technology Outcome Values
  19. 19. SRE Job Cloud First Small Steps Integration Cloud Native Architecture DevOps Process Shared Values
  20. 20. Oh, and... get the Google SRE Book! It’s making the corporate Ops team rounds like Phoenix Project did! A physical copy is easier to drop on your manager’s desk!
  21. 21. 5 Important SRE Lessions 1. Pay Equity 2. Can’t Ignore Infra 3. Tools Do Matter 4. Distrupt Less 5. Measure Systems
  22. 22. 5 Important SRE Lessions 1. Pay Equity 2. Can’t Ignore Infra 3. Tools Do Matter 4. Distrupt Less 5. Measure Systems
  23. 23. 5 Important SRE Lessions 1. Pay Equity 2. Can’t Ignore Infra 3. Tools Do Matter 4. Distrupt Less 5. Measure Systems
  24. 24. 5 Important SRE Lessions 1. Pay Equity 2. Can’t Ignore Infra 3. Tools Do Matter 4. Distrupt Less 5. Measure Systems “moo”
  25. 25. 5 Important SRE Lessions 1. Pay Equity 2. Can’t Ignore Infra 3. Tools Do Matter 4. Distrupt Less 5. Measure Systems
  26. 26. 5 Important SRE Lessions 1. Pay Equity 2. Can’t Ignore Infra 3. Tools Do Matter 4. Distrupt Less 5. Measure Systems
  27. 27. We need to support SREs Because the Ops/infrastructure side of DevOps needs serious improvements to catch-up. SRE!
  28. 28. Rob Hirschfeld @zehicle RackN CEO Thank you!

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