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Platform as a Service
Cloud Foundry and IBM Bluemix
David Currie
@dcurrie
Rob Nicholson
@nicholsr
© 2015 IBM Corporation2
IBM Innovation Center &
Technical Exploration Center
Emerging Technology Services
Software Develop...
© 2015 IBM Corporation3
Agenda
 Introduction to Platform as a Service
 Demo
 Cloud Foundry & Buildpack Architecture
 D...
© 2015 IBM Corporation4
What is Cloud Computing?
Cloud computing is a model for enabling convenient, on-demand network acc...
© 2015 IBM Corporation5 Standardization; OPEX savings; faster time to value
Networking
Storage
Servers
Virtualization
O/S
...
© 2015 IBM Corporation6
Pizza as a Service
© 2015 IBM Corporation7
Why Cloud Foundry?
Deploy in seconds not weeks or months
No need to talk to anyone else
Polyglo...
© 2015 IBM Corporation8
Background
 Early 2011: Open Source effort initiated by VMware
 Focused on addressing the cloud ...
© 2015 IBM Corporation9
Who is using Cloud Foundry?
© 2015 IBM Corporation10
Cloud Foundry Foundation: Launched December 2014
10
Platinum Founding Sponsors
Gold Founding Spon...
© 2015 IBM Corporation11
Experimental in nature
- Require rapid iteration
- Faster time to market
- May be decommissioned ...
© 2015 IBM Corporation
IBM’s PaaS is called Bluemix – based on Cloud Foundry
• Open Cloud Operating
Environment
• IBM and ...
© 2015 IBM Corporation13
TWILIO DEMO (ROB)
© 2015 IBM Corporation14
CLOUD FOUNDRY
ARCHITECTURE (DAVID)
© 2015 IBM Corporation15
Key Concepts
 cf command line tool used to interact with the Cloud Foundry
environment, via the ...
© 2015 IBM Corporation16
Cloud Foundry Architecture
© 2015 IBM Corporation17
IBM Confidential June 7, 2013
Application Push
cf push {APPNAME}
© 2015 IBM Corporation18
Application Staging
© 2015 IBM Corporation19
Example Buildpack: WebSphere Liberty
 Based on community Java Buildpack
 Runs executable JAR fi...
© 2015 IBM Corporation20
Service Integration with the Liberty buildpack
 IBM services
 SQLDB / dashDB
 Monitoring and A...
© 2015 IBM Corporation21
DEMO (ROB)
© 2015 IBM Corporation22
BREAK
© 2015 IBM Corporation23
ECOSYSTEM: WHERE DOES
CLOUDFOUNDRY RUN? (ROB)
© 2015 IBM Corporation24
Pivotal Cloud Foundry.
http://pivotal.io/platform-as-a-service/pivotal-cloud-foundry
© 2015 IBM Corporation25
Pivotal web services
http://run.pivotal.io
© 2015 IBM Corporation26
IBM Bluemix
http://bluemix.net
© 2015 IBM Corporation27
Bluemix Hybrid Cloud
© 2015 IBM Corporation28
Deploying Cloudfoundry onto an IaaS.
BOSH
BOSH Cloud Provider Interface
VMware
vSphere
© 2015 IBM Corporation29
BOSH
 Provisioning system for VMs used by CloudFoundry (and others)
 Release Engineering, deplo...
© 2015 IBM Corporation30
SERVICES (ROB)
© 2015 IBM Corporation31
PAAS DEVOPS (DAVID)
© 2015 IBM Corporation32
Ordering
(Java)
Ordering
(Java)
Microservices Example
UI
(PHP)
Ordering
(Java) Catalog
(node.js)
...
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Platform as a Service - Cloud Foundry and IBM Bluemix

  1. 1. Platform as a Service Cloud Foundry and IBM Bluemix David Currie @dcurrie Rob Nicholson @nicholsr
  2. 2. © 2015 IBM Corporation2 IBM Innovation Center & Technical Exploration Center Emerging Technology Services Software Development & Support Executive Briefing Center Software Services Full disclosure….. We work at IBM on stuff related to Bluemix …..but this is NOT a sales pitch 
  3. 3. © 2015 IBM Corporation3 Agenda  Introduction to Platform as a Service  Demo  Cloud Foundry & Buildpack Architecture  Demo  Break  Cloud Foundry ecosystem & BOSH  Services  DevOps Demo
  4. 4. © 2015 IBM Corporation4 What is Cloud Computing? Cloud computing is a model for enabling convenient, on-demand network access to a shared pool of configurable computing resources (such as networks, servers, storage, applications, and services) that can be rapidly provisioned and released with minimal management effort or service provider interaction
  5. 5. © 2015 IBM Corporation5 Standardization; OPEX savings; faster time to value Networking Storage Servers Virtualization O/S Middleware Runtime Data Applications Traditional On-Premises Networking Storage Servers Virtualization O/S Middleware Runtime Data Applications Platform as a Service Networking Storage Servers Virtualization O/S Middleware Runtime Data Applications Software as a Service Networking Storage Servers Virtualization Middleware Runtime Data Applications Infrastructure as a Service O/S Vendor Manages in CloudClient Manages PaaS allows the developer to focus on the app by covering all infrastructure and middleware-related mgmt aspects
  6. 6. © 2015 IBM Corporation6 Pizza as a Service
  7. 7. © 2015 IBM Corporation7 Why Cloud Foundry? Deploy in seconds not weeks or months No need to talk to anyone else Polyglot runtimes  Java, Node.js, Ruby, Python, Go, PHP, … Easily integrate internal and 3rd party services/APIs Open Source runtime platform IaaS independent – runs in the cloud or on-premise
  8. 8. © 2015 IBM Corporation8 Background  Early 2011: Open Source effort initiated by VMware  Focused on addressing the cloud market beyond IaaS  April 2013: Pivotal created from EMC & VMware around SW and OSS assets including Cloud Foundry, Rabbit, Spring, …  November 2013: Pivotal CF, commercial version of Cloud Foundry released  February 2014: IBM announces BlueMix, making use of Cloud Foundry  2014 and beyond: Rapidly growing ecosystem of OpenSource contributors, consulting companies & commercial, value-add ISVs
  9. 9. © 2015 IBM Corporation9 Who is using Cloud Foundry?
  10. 10. © 2015 IBM Corporation10 Cloud Foundry Foundation: Launched December 2014 10 Platinum Founding Sponsors Gold Founding Sponsors Silver Founding Sponsors
  11. 11. © 2015 IBM Corporation11 Experimental in nature - Require rapid iteration - Faster time to market - May be decommissioned quickly Are written in multiple languages - Web: JavaScript, Ruby, Java, PHP - Mobile: iOS, Android, SDK Composed of Services - Build using a composition model of stitching capabilities together - Capabilities often require time to test in app beyond the scope of a free trial Integrate with existing systems - Data is often located in multiple places (public, private, traditional data center) - Existing systems may not scale at the same the level of cloud applications Cloud and Mobile Applications
  12. 12. © 2015 IBM Corporation IBM’s PaaS is called Bluemix – based on Cloud Foundry • Open Cloud Operating Environment • IBM and partner cloud services • Integrated DevOps with both Browser and Eclipse-based tools Services Lifecycle Management (JazzHub) Application Runtime Runtimes & Frameworks Middleware Application Operational Mobile ExternalData node java ruby Worklight WebSphere Liberty Web IDE (Eclipse Orion) Eclipse IDE Application Composition Environment Create & Manage Services Test/Run Test/Run Explore Services Explore Services IBM Bluemix Check In Code Check In Code 12
  13. 13. © 2015 IBM Corporation13 TWILIO DEMO (ROB)
  14. 14. © 2015 IBM Corporation14 CLOUD FOUNDRY ARCHITECTURE (DAVID)
  15. 15. © 2015 IBM Corporation15 Key Concepts  cf command line tool used to interact with the Cloud Foundry environment, via the Cloud Controller component  Buildpack a collection of code responsible for transforming pushed application artifacts into a ready-to-run droplet, in a process referred to as ‘staging’  Droplet a package containing everything that is needed in order to successfully run your application (e.g. JRE, Liberty, the application itself) short of the Operating System  Service the means of providing runtime dependencies needed by an application e.g. a database  Warden the containerization mechanism used to achieve application isolation in the Cloud Foundry environment
  16. 16. © 2015 IBM Corporation16 Cloud Foundry Architecture
  17. 17. © 2015 IBM Corporation17 IBM Confidential June 7, 2013 Application Push cf push {APPNAME}
  18. 18. © 2015 IBM Corporation18 Application Staging
  19. 19. © 2015 IBM Corporation19 Example Buildpack: WebSphere Liberty  Based on community Java Buildpack  Runs executable JAR files, web (WAR) and enterprise (EAR) applications, and WebSphere Liberty ‘packaged servers’  Adds an IBM JRE and, when needed, the WebSphere Liberty runtime  For WAR and EAR files, generates the required server configuration to match bound services and provides client binaries  Loads into the server only what is needed for the provided application  Pre-deployed in IBM Bluemix and Pivotal Web Services  Available as custom buildpack: https://github.com/cloudfoundry/ibm-websphere-liberty-buildpack
  20. 20. © 2015 IBM Corporation20 Service Integration with the Liberty buildpack  IBM services  SQLDB / dashDB  Monitoring and Analytics service  Auto-Scaling  Single Sign On  Data Cache  Session Cache  MQ Light  Cloudant  Third party/community services  New Relic  mysql / ClearDB  Postgresql / ElephantSQL  mongodb / MongoLab • Information about bound services is available in the VCAP_SERVICES environment variable • Some services are container managed only (SessionCache) • Some services can be either container managed or application managed (SQLDB) • Some services contain multiple features which can be separately enabled (Monitoring and Analytics) • Some services have local analogs (SQLDB, mongo) and some do not (Monitoring and Analytics) • Services may require client driver JARs, extension features (WXS ESA), Liberty features, bootstrap.properties
  21. 21. © 2015 IBM Corporation21 DEMO (ROB)
  22. 22. © 2015 IBM Corporation22 BREAK
  23. 23. © 2015 IBM Corporation23 ECOSYSTEM: WHERE DOES CLOUDFOUNDRY RUN? (ROB)
  24. 24. © 2015 IBM Corporation24 Pivotal Cloud Foundry. http://pivotal.io/platform-as-a-service/pivotal-cloud-foundry
  25. 25. © 2015 IBM Corporation25 Pivotal web services http://run.pivotal.io
  26. 26. © 2015 IBM Corporation26 IBM Bluemix http://bluemix.net
  27. 27. © 2015 IBM Corporation27 Bluemix Hybrid Cloud
  28. 28. © 2015 IBM Corporation28 Deploying Cloudfoundry onto an IaaS. BOSH BOSH Cloud Provider Interface VMware vSphere
  29. 29. © 2015 IBM Corporation29 BOSH  Provisioning system for VMs used by CloudFoundry (and others)  Release Engineering, deployment, lifecycle management  Monitoring, failure recovery, updates  Cloud Provider Interface abstracts details of the IaaS layer.  Helps with  Packaging up a myriad dependencies at defined levels.  Consistency between Staging and production environments.  How?  Stemcells package up OS tailored for each combination of VM Type and IaaS  Release is a back of configuration and software that installs on top of a stemcell.  Director manages deployments.  Bosh CLI.
  30. 30. © 2015 IBM Corporation30 SERVICES (ROB)
  31. 31. © 2015 IBM Corporation31 PAAS DEVOPS (DAVID)
  32. 32. © 2015 IBM Corporation32 Ordering (Java) Ordering (Java) Microservices Example UI (PHP) Ordering (Java) Catalog (node.js) SQLDB Cloudant Analytics Auto Scaling https://developer.ibm.com/bluemix/2015/03/16/ sample-application-using-microservices-bluemix/ User-Provided User-Provided Delivery Pipeline

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