Jelastic
How to overcome technical challenges
and build strong technical expertise
Ruslan Sinitskiy
CTO and Founder
The next gen of cloud platform
which can run and scale
ANY Java & PHP applications
with no code changes
Ruby, Node.js, .Ne...
Developers love to create applications
and hate to administer servers
10:15
11:20
12:05
13:05
14:15
15:40
16:20
16:50
17:2...
The same story with Jelastic use
10:15
10:17
10:20
10:25

Choose the configuration
Specify the domain name
Upload applicat...
2008 - We started from…

Backend as a Service
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Prototype – 2 years, 3 person
Tractions – 5k beta users
First money...
2010 – First Investment

We were just lucky
Pivot
Jelastic – Public PaaS
Welcome to the Dev World
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•
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Server set up
Load balancing set up
Ensuring compatibility
Configurati...
Used Technologies
Prototype
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•

6 months from scratch – public beta with Java
1 Pilot Hosting Partner – HostEurope (Germany)
Good tra...
Challenges
•
•
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•

Nobody had experience in the cloud & hosting
Virtualization was totally new sphere for us
Overlo...
Challenges
•
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Custom billing integrations
Errors & bugs that hard to reproduce
Incidents on Productions
Upgrad...
Dashboard for Dev & SMBs
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Applications Store for SMB
Vertical & Horizontal scaling
Fast resource allo...
Pivot 2
Cloud Hosting Platform
Top Level Architecture
• High Density of Cluster Utilization
• Smart load distribution and Smart migration
between hardnod...
Technical Challenges
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•

Easy and Fast Deployment
No Code Changes
Zero Vendor Lock-In
Vertical & Horizontal S...
Vertical Scaling

• It helps to auto-scale almost ALL apps
• Very granular pricing – saves money
Jelastic Awards and Recognition
It’s like winning the “Oscar” of the Java World

We helped Java Hosting to survive
Future
• Enterprise market
• Private Cloud
• More software stacks and programming languages
supported
• More performance a...
We are hiring!
Drop me email

rs@jelastic.com
Questions?
Visit us at
http://jelastic.com
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Ruslan Synytskyy is CTO of Jelastic Inc., which was founded by him in 2010 with a purpose to create unique offers in the cloud service market. The main sphere of activity is providing the cloud hosting for Java and PHP applications. Platform as a service, developed by the company, makes the process of deploying applications to the cloud much easier thanks to the convenient UI and supported technologies. Jelastic project has been selected as the Technology Leader Award Winner in Duke's Choice Awards 2012 at the JavaOne Conference in San Francisco, CA.

Ruslan has more than ten years of experience in Java development. He was an engineer of Science Department at National Space Agency of Ukraine (2001-2007), senior GUI developer at Datamash Corp. (2007), team leader at SolovatSoft (2008) and senior UI architect at iQueLab Ltd (2008-2010). Ruslan Synytskyy has a reach scientific luggage. Now he is also actively involved in various conferences for developers and hosting providers.

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  1. 1. Jelastic How to overcome technical challenges and build strong technical expertise Ruslan Sinitskiy CTO and Founder
  2. 2. The next gen of cloud platform which can run and scale ANY Java & PHP applications with no code changes Ruby, Node.js, .Net & Python are coming soon
  3. 3. Developers love to create applications and hate to administer servers 10:15 11:20 12:05 13:05 14:15 15:40 16:20 16:50 17:20 17:45 18:00 20:30 22:15 23:50 01:30 02:05 Install OS Configure the system Coffee Break Configure security Configure Web server Configure Database Couple of sandwiches Configure firewall Deploy application Call wife and apologize for the late return Identify library dependencies Upgrade packages Fix dependencies Couple cans of Red Bull Run!!! The end of the working day ~ 16 hours
  4. 4. The same story with Jelastic use 10:15 10:17 10:20 10:25 Choose the configuration Specify the domain name Upload application Run!!! ~ 10 minutes • Easy + Fast + Convenient • Saving time and money 10 min vs 16 hours = $$$$$$
  5. 5. 2008 - We started from… Backend as a Service • • • • Prototype – 2 years, 3 person Tractions – 5k beta users First money Found big business issue • LOCK-IN
  6. 6. 2010 – First Investment We were just lucky
  7. 7. Pivot Jelastic – Public PaaS
  8. 8. Welcome to the Dev World • • • • • • • • • • • • • Server set up Load balancing set up Ensuring compatibility Configuration consistency Integration with dev tools Scalability Integration with dev and operations services Patching Application lifecycle management Dev / Test / Stage / Production Teamwork support Source code repository integration Continuous integration • • • • • • • • • • • • No lock-in No code changes required Scalability Vertical & Horizontal Remote debugging Cloning Access to logs Ability to use 3rd-party libraries Build in the cloud Recognizable brand Developer documentation Low learning curve Fast automated deployments
  9. 9. Used Technologies
  10. 10. Prototype • • • • • 6 months from scratch – public beta with Java 1 Pilot Hosting Partner – HostEurope (Germany) Good traction – quite big number of beta users A lot of new experience Fast releases
  11. 11. Challenges • • • • • • • Nobody had experience in the cloud & hosting Virtualization was totally new sphere for us Overloaded hardware – daily outage Management – the team started to growth No development process Underestimated complexity Extremely Poor English
  12. 12. Challenges • • • • • • • Custom billing integrations Errors & bugs that hard to reproduce Incidents on Productions Upgrades Training sessions Funnel improvement Expertise of people
  13. 13. Dashboard for Dev & SMBs • • • • • • • • • • Applications Store for SMB Vertical & Horizontal scaling Fast resource allocation Managing application lifecycle Wide range of software stacks Set up cloud environment in seconds No extra installation or configuration One-click & API deployment Git & SVN support Maven, Ant & Jenkins support
  14. 14. Pivot 2 Cloud Hosting Platform
  15. 15. Top Level Architecture • High Density of Cluster Utilization • Smart load distribution and Smart migration between hardnodes • Turnkey solution (provisioning, billing, stats, business analysis suite, etc) • Fully automated installation and upgrades • Works on top of Empty Hardware, VMware IaaS, OpenStack and IaaS
  16. 16. Technical Challenges • • • • • • • • Easy and Fast Deployment No Code Changes Zero Vendor Lock-In Vertical & Horizontal Scalability Revolutionary Pricing Model Application Lifecycle Management High Loads, Session Replication and HA Smart Live Migration
  17. 17. Vertical Scaling • It helps to auto-scale almost ALL apps • Very granular pricing – saves money
  18. 18. Jelastic Awards and Recognition It’s like winning the “Oscar” of the Java World We helped Java Hosting to survive
  19. 19. Future • Enterprise market • Private Cloud • More software stacks and programming languages supported • More performance and product quality alignment • Global expansion
  20. 20. We are hiring! Drop me email rs@jelastic.com
  21. 21. Questions? Visit us at http://jelastic.com

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