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Essentials of IBM UrbanCode Deploy
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Essentials of IBM UrbanCode Deploy
Course code: QQ147
Course Overview
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Intended audience
Primary audience:
 Users
 Configurators
 Producers
 Administrators
Secondary audience:
 Administrators
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Course description
This course introduces IBM® Rational® Urban Code
Deploy
After completing this course you will know this information:
How UrbanCode Deploy solves customer problems
The workflow for a simple project
How key concepts and terms such as component, resource, processes are used in the product
How resources are organized and accessed
How to orchestrate deployments to different environments
You will also be able to complete these tasks:
Create a resource
Add agents to the base resource
Add a base resource to an application environment
Add component resources to the agents in the resource tree
Create components
Import artifacts from a build to create component versions
Identify the different kinds of component properties
Add components
Create component processes and add them to components
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Course description continued
You will also learn how to complete these tasks:
Create an application and an environment
Create an application process
Update an application
Approve deployments
Examine the inventory and compliance for an environment and identify what
versions of components are installed in the environment
Schedule deployments
Execute a deployment
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Course materials
Materials for this course:
 Slides
 Lab workbook
 Student workbook
 Lab environment setup instructions
 Videos
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Course outline
Module 0: About this course
Module 1: Product overview
Module 2: Resources
Module 3: Components
Module 4: Applications
Module 5: Deployments
Module 6: Teams and roles
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Essentials of IBM Urban Code Deploy
Course code: QQ147
UrbanCode Deploy product overview
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Agenda
Solving customer problems
Key terminology
Workflow
Explore the user interface
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Module objectives
In this module you learn about:
 Problems that UrbanCode Deploy helps to solve
 A workflow for a basic deployment
 The purpose of snapshots and inventory
 User interface navigation
 The UrbanCode Deploy topology
 Server and agent communication
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Deployment and release problems are serious business
Costly, error prone
manual processes and
efforts to deliver software
throughout an enterprise
are pain points.
CHALLENGES
Upgrade risks arise because
of managing multiple
application configurations and
versions on servers.
Slow deployment
to development and test
environments leave teams
waiting and unproductive.
CHALLENGES
Operations and
Production
Development and
TestCustomers
Business
Owners
Knight Capital loses
$440 million because of
a misconfigured release
(in only 45 minutes).
A bad software upgrade
at RBS Bank left
millions unable to access
money for 4 days.
New Zealand’s biggest phone company,
Telecom, paid $2.7 million to
approximately 47,000 customers who
were overcharged after a software glitch.
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What’s going wrong?
Differences in dev and
ops environments and
procedures cause
failures.
Time-to-market pressure
generates more frequent
releases.
Manual processes for
release lack repeatability
and speed.
Major releases take days;
hundreds of people and are
organized by spreadsheet.
Daily
build
Release
Who did
this last
time?
Dave…
Dave’s
not here,
man….
Dev
Prod
I’ll order
breakfast
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Common application deployment problems
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The UrbanCode Deploy solution
 Automated, consistent deployments and application
rollbacks
 Orchestration of changes on servers and tiers
 Configuration and security differences between
environments
 Clear visibility: What is deployed where and who
changed what
 Integration with middleware, provisioning, and service
virtualization
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Accelerate
software delivery
Balance speed, cost,
quality, and risk
Reduce time to
customer feedback
People Process Technology
Develop/Test
Deploy
Operate
Steer
IBM DevOps architecture
Enterprise capability for continuous software delivery that enables clients to
seize market opportunities and reduce time for customer feedback.
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DevOps Practices Self Assessment tool.
Blog that explains the Self Assessment tool: https://ibm.biz/BdRUbh
Direct link to the tool : https://ibm.biz/devops-practices-assessment
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Urbancode Deploy focus areas in the DevOps process
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Deployment definition
“Deployment” is the process of completing these actions:
 Selecting component versions from a repository.
 Moving those components to one or more targets, such as a web server.
 Completing the required tasks for bringing those pieces of the application
online.
– For example, a deployment might remove the previous version from an
application server, install a new version, and then start the new version.
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UrbanCode Deploy
Deployment is the process of moving software through
various preproduction stages to final production.
What refers to the deployable items: binary files, static content,
middleware updates, database changes and configurations, and
anything else that is associated with the software that IBM
UrbanCode Deploy delivers to targets.
How refers to combining deployable items with processes to
create components and designing applications that coordinate
and orchestrate multicomponent deployments.
Where refers to the target's hosts and environments.
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Intuitive and scalable model-driven deployment
Composite applications
Components
Reusable workflows
Environment
management
SIT
PROD
The “What”
The “How”
The “Where”
Deployment
automation
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Application model
Reliably capture application content and configuration
settings with versions and traceability.
The “What”
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Application environments
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Define where components are deployed and capture
configuration settings per deployment environment for
an application.
The “Where”
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Deploy the application
- Orchestrate the deployment of many components.
- Represent deploy-time dependencies
Deploy the component
- Create a fully automated workflow
to be executed on target servers
Use a drag-and-drop workflow designer.
Precisely control of execution flow.
Use hundreds of integration steps are provided
Create custom steps.
Deployment processes The “How”
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The continuous delivery pipeline
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Before any
deployments to
production, manual
approvals are
required.
The exact combination of
component versions which
passed tests is captured in a
snapshot.
On build completion, the
latest artifacts are
published to UrbanCode
Deploy and deployed to
a development or SIT
environment.
After deployment,
automated tests are
started. If they pass,
we mark the tested
versions as such.
Putting it all together: Continuous delivery
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Installation elements
UrbanCode Deploy server
 The main server provides a web interface for administration and user
operations.
 The server manages authentication and authorization for users (LDAP
integration is available too).
 The server orchestrates integrations with other elements: agents, other IBM
software, or third-party software.
Agents
 Are installed on each deployment target.
 Communicate with the UrbanCode Deploy Server to receive file transfers
and initiate operations on local computers to install and initiate the
application pieces.
– Local operations are accomplished with “plug-ins.”
– Agents include Groovy libraries for running plug-ins, but plug-ins can be
written in any language or format that provides execution capability on
the local computer.
Relay server (optional)
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Welcome to UrbanCode deploy
Represent
deployable
items and the
processes to
deploy them
Orchestrate
component
deployments
Add
properties to
applications,
components,
and
environments
Are generic
processes
that run
outside the
context of
components
and
applications
Represent a
deployment
target
Shows
scheduled
deployments
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Web applications
Web applications are made of multiple pieces:
 They are often created by many different groups, including third parties.
 They are updated on separate schedules and have different version
numbers.
 They are installed on multiple pieces of hardware at run time.
Application user
Web servers App servers Database servers
Page designers Programmers
Database architects
Web pages
Data
structures
Note: You can use UrbanCode Deploy for any kind of application code
distribution, but web applications provide the best illustration of its value.
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Architecture and environment before the lab exercise
The lab is set up with one agent and two-servers as deployment targets.
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Your lab environment
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Lab environment settings
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A basic workflow
1. Create a base resource.
2. Add an agent to your base resource.
3. Create a component.
4. Add versions to your components.
5. Add component processes to your components.
6. Create an application.
7. Add components to your application.
8. Create application processes.
9. Create application environments.
10. Add a base resource to the application environment.
11. Add to the agents in resource tree component resources for
each component that is used in your application
12. In the application environment click Run Process
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Architecture and environment for the JPetStore lab exercise
After the lab is complete the components have deployed as
shown below:
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Different groups use different component versions
Editors might use the latest version that exists.
QA uses a combination of old and new components.
 QA tests “candidate” application releases to make sure they work together without
errors.
 Multiple combinations of versions might be in various test stages.
Production uses only versions that are proven to work together without errors.
Development
systems
Production
systems
QA
systems
v1 v1v1
v4 v2v3
v6 v2v4
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IBM UrbanCode Deploy
UrbanCode Deploy gives engineers a way to quickly
manage what pieces go where.
Development
environment
Production
environment
QA
environment
v1 v1v1
v4 v2v3
v6 v2v4
IBM
UrbanCode
Deploy
Build or release
engineer
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UrbanCode Deploy topology
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The UrbanCode Deploy key elements
UrbanCode Deploy maintains these elements to represent
deployment activities and artifacts:
 Components: The pieces of your application that are being deployed.
 Applications: The collection of components that are deployed together.
 Resource: The target of a deployment; a computer where an agent is
installed.
 Environments: A collection of resources (computers) where an application
is hosted.
 Snapshots: A collection of specific versions of components.
 Processes: A list of steps that operate on a component. These steps
include moving a component to a target environment and acting on that
environment to initiate the running application.
 Plug-ins provide basic functions and provide an extension point for
integration with other software.
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Get visibility and automated control of your application
deployment process.
• Manage application
components and versions.
• Manage configurations
among all environments.
• Offer secure “self-service”
capabilities.
• Increase transparency.
• Ensure governance and
compliance.
UrbanCode Deploy automation benefits
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Inventory
Inventory shows what versions
are “where”:
Environments and
resources
Resources (deployment
targets) support different
scenarios.
When did the component get
there?
What used to be there?
How do things differ?
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Snapshots
Creating a Snapshot
Component Versions
1
1
2
2
3
3
321Web
Mid. Code
DB
Snapshot
3
2
1
Mid. Config 1 2 3 3
Snapshot Deployment
ENVSnapshot
3
2
1
WEB HOST
MID HOST
DB HOST
2
1
1
3
2
X
3 3 1
• Create a snapshot after testing
• Snapshots contain deployable components and configuration
• Deployment changes are tracked by default
Snapshots help in these areas:
 Automation, audits, and visibility
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Components, applications, and snapshots
Fix bugs
Add features
Remove obsolete functions
v1
v4
v1
v1
v2
v2
v2
v3
v3
v4 v5 v6
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Resources, environments, processes
Resources - Resources are assigned to environments.
A resource represents a logical deployment target that
typically resolves to an agent. The agent does the
work.
Environments – may have multiple servers, logical and
physical deployment target
Processes – Executed by applications on components
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Process editor
A graphical editor in which to
construct elemental processes to
complete operations on resources.
A drag-and-drop interface to create
process flows.
Web based and accessible through
the UrbanCode Deploy server.
Parameter-based logic, which is
highly customizable.
Ability to write customized
procedures and plug-ins.
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Representation model review questions:
What is a component?
What is a resource?
What is a snapshot?
What is deployed to an environment?
What are processes packaged with and what are
they executed by?
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Simple deployment demonstration
Let’s take a look at an example of a simple deployment
of the JPetStore application.
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Model elements in the web user interface
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Use tabs to access model elements
Access the structural elements by using the tabs.
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Model structure is reflected in the navigation
Click the Applications tab to see a list of
applications under management…
Click the name of an application to drill down into
the details.
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Drilling down into an application
Subtabs provide functions that are in context with
what you are viewing.
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Navigating back
With the breadcrumb, you can navigate back up
the hierarchy.
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The Process editor
With the Process editor, you can drag processes
to create logical workflows from many prebuilt
operations.
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Results are logged
In the web user interface, you can
see the results of an attempt to
deploy components into
environments.
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Artifact repositories versus software configuration management
Artifact repositories:
 Locations where creators of deployable components are deposited and
distributed to many types of users
Software configuration management (RTC or GIT) systems:
 Locations where source code is deposited by and distributed to developers
Similarities:
 Both use content-addressable storage to contain and distribute data.
 Both maintain a notion of “versions” of the elements that they hold.
 Both require credentials for access.
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The continuous delivery pipeline
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Agents
Light-weight processes that are
installed on every deployment target
(resource).
Provide two-way communication with
the UrbanCode server
 Stateless (resilient to network outages)
 Can be secured by using SSL
Built on Java (requires JVM 1.7 or
later)
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Agent
Agent processes: Monitor and worker
Monitor
Worker
(JMS)
Installed as
a service
Multi-
threaded
Plug-in
Run-
time Non-JMS
HTTP
Resource
An agent consists of a
worker process and
a monitor process.
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Server-agent communication
Most agent communication is via JMS (bi-directional).
Some activities use HTTP, however (one-directional
from agent to server):
 Posting logs
 Transmitting test results
 Posting files to CodeStation
Agents
UrbanCode Deploy server
HTTP:8080
HTTPS:8443
JMS:7918
HTTP / REST
JMS Channel*
*The agent polls for items in the queue to initiate communication.
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Agents and the relay server
In simple configurations, agents communicate directly
with the UrbanCode server.
In more complex situations, direct communication
becomes inefficient or impossible:
 The number of agents increase from tens to hundreds to
thousands.
 Network topology becomes complex.
 Agent-server communication crosses firewalls with port
restrictions.
Agent relay servers resolve this issue.
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Topology example with an UrbanCode Deploy relay server
Agents
HTTP or REST
JMS channel
Primary server
Relay server
QA department network
Development department network
Relay server
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Resources
• See the material posted on the Urban Code Release
and Deploy learning circle – learning circle link
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Module summary
In this module you learned about:
 Problems that UrbanCode Deploy helps to solve
 A workflow for a basic deployment
The purpose of snapshots and inventory
 User interface navigation
 The UrbanCode Deploy topology
 Server and agent communication

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Overview

  • 1. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 Welcome to Essentials of IBM UrbanCode Deploy Our session will begin shortly
  • 2. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 Essentials of IBM UrbanCode Deploy Course code: QQ147 Course Overview
  • 3. 3 © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 Intended audience Primary audience:  Users  Configurators  Producers  Administrators Secondary audience:  Administrators
  • 4. 4 © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 Course description This course introduces IBM® Rational® Urban Code Deploy After completing this course you will know this information: How UrbanCode Deploy solves customer problems The workflow for a simple project How key concepts and terms such as component, resource, processes are used in the product How resources are organized and accessed How to orchestrate deployments to different environments You will also be able to complete these tasks: Create a resource Add agents to the base resource Add a base resource to an application environment Add component resources to the agents in the resource tree Create components Import artifacts from a build to create component versions Identify the different kinds of component properties Add components Create component processes and add them to components
  • 5. 5 © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 Course description continued You will also learn how to complete these tasks: Create an application and an environment Create an application process Update an application Approve deployments Examine the inventory and compliance for an environment and identify what versions of components are installed in the environment Schedule deployments Execute a deployment
  • 6. 6 © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 Course materials Materials for this course:  Slides  Lab workbook  Student workbook  Lab environment setup instructions  Videos
  • 7. 7 © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 Course outline Module 0: About this course Module 1: Product overview Module 2: Resources Module 3: Components Module 4: Applications Module 5: Deployments Module 6: Teams and roles
  • 8. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 Essentials of IBM Urban Code Deploy Course code: QQ147 UrbanCode Deploy product overview
  • 9. 9 © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 Agenda Solving customer problems Key terminology Workflow Explore the user interface
  • 10. 10 © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 Module objectives In this module you learn about:  Problems that UrbanCode Deploy helps to solve  A workflow for a basic deployment  The purpose of snapshots and inventory  User interface navigation  The UrbanCode Deploy topology  Server and agent communication
  • 11. 11 © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 Deployment and release problems are serious business Costly, error prone manual processes and efforts to deliver software throughout an enterprise are pain points. CHALLENGES Upgrade risks arise because of managing multiple application configurations and versions on servers. Slow deployment to development and test environments leave teams waiting and unproductive. CHALLENGES Operations and Production Development and TestCustomers Business Owners Knight Capital loses $440 million because of a misconfigured release (in only 45 minutes). A bad software upgrade at RBS Bank left millions unable to access money for 4 days. New Zealand’s biggest phone company, Telecom, paid $2.7 million to approximately 47,000 customers who were overcharged after a software glitch.
  • 12. 12 © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 What’s going wrong? Differences in dev and ops environments and procedures cause failures. Time-to-market pressure generates more frequent releases. Manual processes for release lack repeatability and speed. Major releases take days; hundreds of people and are organized by spreadsheet. Daily build Release Who did this last time? Dave… Dave’s not here, man…. Dev Prod I’ll order breakfast
  • 13. 13 © Copyright IBM Corporation 201513 Common application deployment problems
  • 14. 14 © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 The UrbanCode Deploy solution  Automated, consistent deployments and application rollbacks  Orchestration of changes on servers and tiers  Configuration and security differences between environments  Clear visibility: What is deployed where and who changed what  Integration with middleware, provisioning, and service virtualization
  • 15. 15 © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 Accelerate software delivery Balance speed, cost, quality, and risk Reduce time to customer feedback People Process Technology Develop/Test Deploy Operate Steer IBM DevOps architecture Enterprise capability for continuous software delivery that enables clients to seize market opportunities and reduce time for customer feedback. 15 DevOps Practices Self Assessment tool. Blog that explains the Self Assessment tool: https://ibm.biz/BdRUbh Direct link to the tool : https://ibm.biz/devops-practices-assessment
  • 16. 16 © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 Urbancode Deploy focus areas in the DevOps process
  • 17. 17 © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 Deployment definition “Deployment” is the process of completing these actions:  Selecting component versions from a repository.  Moving those components to one or more targets, such as a web server.  Completing the required tasks for bringing those pieces of the application online. – For example, a deployment might remove the previous version from an application server, install a new version, and then start the new version.
  • 18. 18 © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 UrbanCode Deploy Deployment is the process of moving software through various preproduction stages to final production. What refers to the deployable items: binary files, static content, middleware updates, database changes and configurations, and anything else that is associated with the software that IBM UrbanCode Deploy delivers to targets. How refers to combining deployable items with processes to create components and designing applications that coordinate and orchestrate multicomponent deployments. Where refers to the target's hosts and environments.
  • 19. 19 © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 Intuitive and scalable model-driven deployment Composite applications Components Reusable workflows Environment management SIT PROD The “What” The “How” The “Where” Deployment automation 19
  • 20. 20 © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 Application model Reliably capture application content and configuration settings with versions and traceability. The “What”
  • 21. 21 © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 Application environments 21 Define where components are deployed and capture configuration settings per deployment environment for an application. The “Where”
  • 22. 22 © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 Deploy the application - Orchestrate the deployment of many components. - Represent deploy-time dependencies Deploy the component - Create a fully automated workflow to be executed on target servers Use a drag-and-drop workflow designer. Precisely control of execution flow. Use hundreds of integration steps are provided Create custom steps. Deployment processes The “How”
  • 23. 23 © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 The continuous delivery pipeline
  • 24. 24 © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 Before any deployments to production, manual approvals are required. The exact combination of component versions which passed tests is captured in a snapshot. On build completion, the latest artifacts are published to UrbanCode Deploy and deployed to a development or SIT environment. After deployment, automated tests are started. If they pass, we mark the tested versions as such. Putting it all together: Continuous delivery
  • 25. 25 © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 Installation elements UrbanCode Deploy server  The main server provides a web interface for administration and user operations.  The server manages authentication and authorization for users (LDAP integration is available too).  The server orchestrates integrations with other elements: agents, other IBM software, or third-party software. Agents  Are installed on each deployment target.  Communicate with the UrbanCode Deploy Server to receive file transfers and initiate operations on local computers to install and initiate the application pieces. – Local operations are accomplished with “plug-ins.” – Agents include Groovy libraries for running plug-ins, but plug-ins can be written in any language or format that provides execution capability on the local computer. Relay server (optional)
  • 26. 26 © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 Welcome to UrbanCode deploy Represent deployable items and the processes to deploy them Orchestrate component deployments Add properties to applications, components, and environments Are generic processes that run outside the context of components and applications Represent a deployment target Shows scheduled deployments
  • 27. 27 © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 Web applications Web applications are made of multiple pieces:  They are often created by many different groups, including third parties.  They are updated on separate schedules and have different version numbers.  They are installed on multiple pieces of hardware at run time. Application user Web servers App servers Database servers Page designers Programmers Database architects Web pages Data structures Note: You can use UrbanCode Deploy for any kind of application code distribution, but web applications provide the best illustration of its value.
  • 28. 28 © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 Architecture and environment before the lab exercise The lab is set up with one agent and two-servers as deployment targets.
  • 29. 29 © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 Your lab environment
  • 30. 30 © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 Lab environment settings
  • 31. 31 © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 A basic workflow 1. Create a base resource. 2. Add an agent to your base resource. 3. Create a component. 4. Add versions to your components. 5. Add component processes to your components. 6. Create an application. 7. Add components to your application. 8. Create application processes. 9. Create application environments. 10. Add a base resource to the application environment. 11. Add to the agents in resource tree component resources for each component that is used in your application 12. In the application environment click Run Process
  • 32. 32 © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 Architecture and environment for the JPetStore lab exercise After the lab is complete the components have deployed as shown below:
  • 33. 33 © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 Different groups use different component versions Editors might use the latest version that exists. QA uses a combination of old and new components.  QA tests “candidate” application releases to make sure they work together without errors.  Multiple combinations of versions might be in various test stages. Production uses only versions that are proven to work together without errors. Development systems Production systems QA systems v1 v1v1 v4 v2v3 v6 v2v4
  • 34. 34 © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 IBM UrbanCode Deploy UrbanCode Deploy gives engineers a way to quickly manage what pieces go where. Development environment Production environment QA environment v1 v1v1 v4 v2v3 v6 v2v4 IBM UrbanCode Deploy Build or release engineer
  • 35. 35 © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 UrbanCode Deploy topology
  • 36. 36 © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 The UrbanCode Deploy key elements UrbanCode Deploy maintains these elements to represent deployment activities and artifacts:  Components: The pieces of your application that are being deployed.  Applications: The collection of components that are deployed together.  Resource: The target of a deployment; a computer where an agent is installed.  Environments: A collection of resources (computers) where an application is hosted.  Snapshots: A collection of specific versions of components.  Processes: A list of steps that operate on a component. These steps include moving a component to a target environment and acting on that environment to initiate the running application.  Plug-ins provide basic functions and provide an extension point for integration with other software.
  • 37. 37 © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 Get visibility and automated control of your application deployment process. • Manage application components and versions. • Manage configurations among all environments. • Offer secure “self-service” capabilities. • Increase transparency. • Ensure governance and compliance. UrbanCode Deploy automation benefits
  • 38. 38 © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 Inventory Inventory shows what versions are “where”: Environments and resources Resources (deployment targets) support different scenarios. When did the component get there? What used to be there? How do things differ?
  • 39. 39 © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 Snapshots Creating a Snapshot Component Versions 1 1 2 2 3 3 321Web Mid. Code DB Snapshot 3 2 1 Mid. Config 1 2 3 3 Snapshot Deployment ENVSnapshot 3 2 1 WEB HOST MID HOST DB HOST 2 1 1 3 2 X 3 3 1 • Create a snapshot after testing • Snapshots contain deployable components and configuration • Deployment changes are tracked by default Snapshots help in these areas:  Automation, audits, and visibility
  • 40. 40 © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 Components, applications, and snapshots Fix bugs Add features Remove obsolete functions v1 v4 v1 v1 v2 v2 v2 v3 v3 v4 v5 v6
  • 41. 41 © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 Resources, environments, processes Resources - Resources are assigned to environments. A resource represents a logical deployment target that typically resolves to an agent. The agent does the work. Environments – may have multiple servers, logical and physical deployment target Processes – Executed by applications on components
  • 42. 42 © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 Process editor A graphical editor in which to construct elemental processes to complete operations on resources. A drag-and-drop interface to create process flows. Web based and accessible through the UrbanCode Deploy server. Parameter-based logic, which is highly customizable. Ability to write customized procedures and plug-ins.
  • 43. 43 © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 Representation model review questions: What is a component? What is a resource? What is a snapshot? What is deployed to an environment? What are processes packaged with and what are they executed by?
  • 44. 44 © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 Simple deployment demonstration Let’s take a look at an example of a simple deployment of the JPetStore application.
  • 45. 45 © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 Model elements in the web user interface
  • 46. 46 © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 Use tabs to access model elements Access the structural elements by using the tabs.
  • 47. 47 © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 Model structure is reflected in the navigation Click the Applications tab to see a list of applications under management… Click the name of an application to drill down into the details.
  • 48. 48 © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 Drilling down into an application Subtabs provide functions that are in context with what you are viewing.
  • 49. 49 © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 Navigating back With the breadcrumb, you can navigate back up the hierarchy.
  • 50. 50 © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 The Process editor With the Process editor, you can drag processes to create logical workflows from many prebuilt operations.
  • 51. 51 © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 Results are logged In the web user interface, you can see the results of an attempt to deploy components into environments.
  • 52. 52 © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 Artifact repositories versus software configuration management Artifact repositories:  Locations where creators of deployable components are deposited and distributed to many types of users Software configuration management (RTC or GIT) systems:  Locations where source code is deposited by and distributed to developers Similarities:  Both use content-addressable storage to contain and distribute data.  Both maintain a notion of “versions” of the elements that they hold.  Both require credentials for access.
  • 53. 53 © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 The continuous delivery pipeline
  • 54. 54 © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 Agents Light-weight processes that are installed on every deployment target (resource). Provide two-way communication with the UrbanCode server  Stateless (resilient to network outages)  Can be secured by using SSL Built on Java (requires JVM 1.7 or later)
  • 55. 55 © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 Agent Agent processes: Monitor and worker Monitor Worker (JMS) Installed as a service Multi- threaded Plug-in Run- time Non-JMS HTTP Resource An agent consists of a worker process and a monitor process.
  • 56. 56 © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 Server-agent communication Most agent communication is via JMS (bi-directional). Some activities use HTTP, however (one-directional from agent to server):  Posting logs  Transmitting test results  Posting files to CodeStation Agents UrbanCode Deploy server HTTP:8080 HTTPS:8443 JMS:7918 HTTP / REST JMS Channel* *The agent polls for items in the queue to initiate communication.
  • 57. 57 © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 Agents and the relay server In simple configurations, agents communicate directly with the UrbanCode server. In more complex situations, direct communication becomes inefficient or impossible:  The number of agents increase from tens to hundreds to thousands.  Network topology becomes complex.  Agent-server communication crosses firewalls with port restrictions. Agent relay servers resolve this issue.
  • 58. 58 © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 Topology example with an UrbanCode Deploy relay server Agents HTTP or REST JMS channel Primary server Relay server QA department network Development department network Relay server
  • 59. 59 © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 Resources • See the material posted on the Urban Code Release and Deploy learning circle – learning circle link
  • 60. 60 © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 Module summary In this module you learned about:  Problems that UrbanCode Deploy helps to solve  A workflow for a basic deployment The purpose of snapshots and inventory  User interface navigation  The UrbanCode Deploy topology  Server and agent communication