node.js on Google Compute Engine

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  • Arun, do you might know how to debug Nodejs app running under Docker container on Google Compute Engine? I have described the problem in details in Stackoverflow: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/28518535/how-to-debug-nodejs-app-running-inside-docker-container-via-google-cloud. Would appreciate any help or tips on this.
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  • Great stuff Arun!
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node.js on Google Compute Engine

  1. 1. Google confidential │ Do not distributeGoogle confidential │ Do not distribute Running Node.js on Google Compute Engine Arun Nagarajan google.com/+ArunNagarajan @entaq
  2. 2. Intro Google Cloud Platform Live demo Questions Agenda: May 8th, 2014 2 4 3 1
  3. 3. 75 years 1957 2003 2013 500 25 years 10 years (average age of a company joining the S&P 500)
  4. 4. The decreasing cost of storage enables virtually limitless storage in the cloud. $600 can buy enough storage for the world’s music* . (Source: McKinsey Global Institute May 2011) Computing as a utility is now available for easy purchase, provided from massively efficient data centers. (Source: Nicholas Carr, The Big Switch, 2008) The internet allows for a model of real-time access to new innovation, information and applications from a wide range of devices. Affordable capacity On-demand computing Instant access Big Trends *more accurately, one could store 3.6 million music tracks at 3.5 MB each, assuming ~$50/TB HDD storage price. Noted by John Wilkes!
  5. 5. Google confidential | Do not distribute “People tend to overestimate what can be done in one year and to underestimate what can be done in five or ten years.” Amara's Law
  6. 6. Google confidential | Do not distribute Cloud Platform is built on the same infrastructure that powers Google. For the past 15 years, Google has been building out the world’s fastest, most powerful, highest quality infrastructure on the planet.
  7. 7. Images by Connie Zhou Wired, 'Google Throws Open Doors To Its Top Secret Data Center', October 2012 Google's Platform "[Google's] ability to build, organize, and operate a huge network of servers and fiber-optic cables with an efficiency and speed that rocks physics on its heels. This is what makes Google Google: its physical network, its thousands of fiber miles, and those many thousands of servers that, in aggregate, add up to the mother of all clouds." - Wired
  8. 8. 72 hours 100 Million Gigabytes Over 425 Million 1/4 second Video uploaded to YouTube every minute Google's "Caffeine" Search index, circa 2010 Number of active Gmail users How long it takes for Google to respond to a search query Google and Big Data
  9. 9. $2.9B in additional data center investments worldwide Investing In Our Infrastructure
  10. 10. Store data with reliability, redundancy and consistency Go from data to meaning At scale Fast Google white papers Google File System (2003) MapReduce: Simplified Data Processing on Large Clusters (2004) BigTable: A Distributed Storage System for Structured Data (2006) Dremel: Interactive Analysis of Web-Scale Datasets (2010) Machine Translation (2004-2011) 2008 2010 2002 2004 2006 2012 GFS MapReduce Big Table Colossus Spanner Dremel FlumeJava Pregel What Did We Learn? To Innovate!
  11. 11. Application Runtimes & Services ● Iterate & deploy fast ● Scale to global demand ● Standards compliant Data Services ● Data Intelligence ● Designed for Big Data ● High Performance Data Storage and Distribution ● Global Resilient Architecture ● Global Edge Distribution ● Huge Secure Capacity Global Data Centre & Networks ● Highly Resilient, Efficient & Performant ● 3rd Largest Server Manufacturer ● 2nd Largest Global Data Network Google Research Publications referenced are available here: http://research.google.com/pubs/papers.html Company’s ApplicationsGoogle Products etc... App Engine, Cloud Endpoints BigQuery, Flume Cloud Storage, Cloud SQL, Cloud DataStore Compute Engine, Cloud Networking, Cloud DNS GRTE, Stubby, BorgCron Sawmill, Dremel, MapReduce Colossus, BlobStore, Spanner, BigTable, F1 Borg, GFE, GSLB, GTC
  12. 12. IaaS Infrastructure-as-a-Service PaaS Platform-as-a-Service SaaS Software-as-a-Service Cloud Computing
  13. 13. Managed by Companies Managed by Google Cloud Computing SaaS Software-as-a-Service Applications Data Runtime Middleware OS Virtualization Servers Storage Networking Applications Data Runtime Middleware OS Virtualization Servers Storage Networking Applications Data Runtime Middleware OS Virtualization Servers Storage Networking IaaS Infrastructure-as-a-Service Applications Data Runtime Middleware OS Virtualization Servers Storage Networking PaaS Platform-as-a-Service Packaged Software
  14. 14. Google confidential │ Do not distribute Storage Cloud Storage Cloud SQL Cloud Datastore Compute Compute Engine App Engine App Services BigQuery Cloud Endpoints Google Cloud Platform
  15. 15. Compute Engine
  16. 16. ● Google’s Infrastructure-as-a-Service ● Create Linux VMs, and connect to them as you would any other remote machine ● Static + Dynamic Addressing ● Persistent disks and snapshotting ● Live migration ● Network and firewall creation ● Load balancing ● Regional and zonal resources for high availability Compute Engine Features
  17. 17. Google confidential │ Do not distribute “Google Compute Engine is not just fast. It’s Google fast. In fact, it’s a class of fast that enables new service architectured entirely.” - Sebastian Stadil, Scalr Scalr
  18. 18. ● Built on Chrome's JavaScript runtime ● Building fast, scalable network applications. ● Uses an event-driven, non-blocking I/O model ● Lightweight and efficient ● Perfect for data-intensive real-time applications ● Run across distributed devices. Node.js
  19. 19. Google confidential │ Do not distribute Compute Engine Images by Connie Zhou
  20. 20. ● console.developers.google.com ● create project ● setup billing ● Install gcloud tool - ○ curl https://sdk.cloud.google.com | bash Compute Engine Setup
  21. 21. ● gcloud components update compute ● gcloud auth login ● gcloud config set project eastern-button-574 ● gcloud compute instances create arun-hello-world --zone europe-west1-a ● gcloud compute firewalls create allow-http --description "Incoming http allowed." --allow tcp:80 ● gcloud compute ssh arun-hello-world --zone europe-west1-a Alternatives: ● gcutil - still around but gcloud is focus ● REST API - very powerful ● UI - easy to use Compute Engine Create Instance
  22. 22. Google confidential │ Do not distribute Cloud Credit $500 Code - “dr-in” Images by Connie Zhou
  23. 23. ● sudo apt-get install python g++ make checkinstall ● mkdir ~/src && cd $_ ● wget -N http://nodejs.org/dist/node-latest.tar.gz ● tar xzvf node-latest.tar.gz && cd node-v* ● ./configure ● sudo checkinstall (make sure to fix version) Compute Engine node.js installation
  24. 24. application: my-application runtime: go vm: true … manual_scaling: instances: 1 vm_settings: machine_type: n1-standard-1 apt_get_install: redis-server vim Built using Modules https://developers.google.com/appengine/docs/python/modules/ Limited preview - https://developers.google.com/cloud/managed-vms Managed VMs (limited preview)
  25. 25. Google confidential │ Do not distribute Images by Connie Zhou

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