Gaining Startup Speed with DevOps PaaS


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In today’s hyper-competitive environment, successful teams cloud source business capabilities and nimbly connect ecosystem participants across cloud environments. Infrastructure, processes, and team collaboration models must adapt. Chris Haddad will describe how innovative WSO2 clients are gaining startup speed, reducing project risk, and enabling new business models by adopting DevOps PaaS.

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Gaining Startup Speed with DevOps PaaS

  1. 1. Bridging the Divide Between Enterprise and Shadow IT Chris Haddad VP Platform Evangelism 18 June 2014
  2. 2. Today’s hyper-connected environment: rapidly changing, complex requirements
  3. 3. Today’s Business Pace: Right Now! Are your business stakeholders satisfied with your IT speed and IT delivery timeframes?
  4. 4. Enterprise IT Relevance to Projects Enterprise IT value proposition?
  5. 5. The Rise of Shadow IT
  6. 6. * Shadow IT owns the Cloud
  7. 7. Adjust to Shadow IT risk and value
  8. 8. Embrace Shadow IT “Supreme excellence consists of breaking the enemy's resistance without fighting.” ― Sun Tzu, The Art of War
  9. 9. My business data, APIs, and policies Immediate Access and Provisioning Low cost Agile Dev feedback Include contractors and partners Fail fast Rapid business feedback The Shadow IT Focus
  10. 10. Offer Enterprise DevOps PaaS to Shadow IT “A leader leads by example, not by force” ― Sun Tzu
  11. 11. Isn’t everyone adopting DevOps and Cloud? business-benefit/
  12. 12. DevOps Principles Iterative Incremental Continuous Automated Self-service Collaborative Holistic
  13. 13. DevOps Practices Self-service configuration Automated provisioning Continuous build Continuous integration Continuous delivery Automated release management Incremental testing
  14. 14. Democratize DevOps Principles and Practices benefit/
  15. 15. To establish responsive Iterations Adopt Unified, Full Life Cycle DevOps Demonstrate Rapid, Collaborative Iterations
  16. 16. Share Agile Enterprise Best Practices effective-and-safe-application-service-delivery/
  17. 17. WSO2 App Factory for Shadow IT oRapidly Provision Project Workspace and Cloud Environment(s) oAccelerate Development Iterations oEncourage Agile Team Collaboration oGain Visibility and Feedback oEasily Obtain A DevOps Experience oContinuous, Automated, Iterative
  18. 18. Encourage On-demand Self Service (for everyone)
  19. 19. To Establish Responsive Iterations, increase DevOps automation Intersect DevOps + PaaS
  20. 20. DevOps Tooling For Cloud Platforms
  21. 21. Offer a DevOps PaaS API 2
  22. 22. Embed Enterprise Cloud Priorities
  23. 23. Build Cloud for the Long Tail
  24. 24. Configure Policy-Aware Cloud-Native Components oPolicy configuration oSecurity oService levels oFrameworks oUsage oTopology oAutomated platform provisioning oVia service tier templates oFramework and policy enforcement points (PEPs)
  25. 25. Deploy, Scale, and Cloud-burst Shadow IT Projects Across Multiple Clouds Topology Entities • Zones • Partitions • Cartridges • Tenants
  26. 26. Bring Enterprise Reliability to Shadow Services
  27. 27. View the DevOps PaaS Pulse and Adapt
  28. 28. Multi Cloud Burst on Business Demand
  29. 29. Transform Enterprise IT into a Cloud Broker
  30. 30. * Bridge Shadow IT and Enterprise IT with APIs and App Stores
  31. 31. Extend Market Reach and Increase Revenue Opportunity
  32. 32. Who is adopting a DevOps PaaS and an API Approach?
  33. 33. ‘Shadow IT’ Using DevOps PaaS
  34. 34. DevOps PaaS Roadmap oEstablish a Foundation oOptimize Shadow IT oTransform Delivery
  35. 35. DevOps PaaS Value Establish a Foundation oTime and effort to create new application environment oTime to redeploy application oTime to promote application into a new lifecycle phase
  36. 36. DevOps PaaS Value Optimize oDynamically right-size infrastructure scale oRe-use existing platform services and business services from resource pool instead of re-building solution stack oBeyond Docker ->
  37. 37. DevOps PaaS Value Transform Delivery oTime and effort required integrating business process, event processor – creating a complex app. oTime and effort required to apply policy across tenant(s) oCost to operate application per user or transaction
  38. 38. WSO2 Advantage •A complete set of Cloud-Native middleware services enabling complex project delivery •Enterprise-ready foundation •Re-shapes team collaboration and reduces wait states •Business driven DevOps PaaS –Lowest run-time cost –CxO dashboards delivering portfolio visibility –Development and DevOps dashboards Showback/chargeback billing
  39. 39. What differentiates WSO2? o The WSO2 Platform and Services delivers the fastest project delivery o ¼ the time and ¼ the cost of IBM/Oracle o Pilots completed in days not weeks o The WSO2 component architecture built from a single consistent codebase provides unparalleled performance and deployment flexibility o Our Open Culture, Open Engagement Model, and Open Support Model create long-lasting partnerships with our customers
  40. 40. How we support your business Support engineers are the product engineering experts (rotate across roles) Hands-on experts guide every project and product (as opposed to pointy hair managers) Iterative and customer driven development roadmap prioritizes agile milestones and rapid releases
  41. 41. Amazing Enterprise Organization Adoption
  42. 42. Recommended References Embrace Shadow IT Clouds WSO2 App Factory Video Explore WSO2 App Factory The Path to Responsive IT DevOps Meets ALM in the Cloud Cloud-Native Advantage Cloud Connectors
  43. 43. 4 About the Presenter •Chris Haddad • VP Platform Evangelism • F500/G2000 Advisor • Cloudy DevOps for Dev guy •Learn more about me • Follow me @cobiacomm on Twitter • Blog: • Profle: • On Google+ too