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Cloud computing is one of the most promising changes in computing, but how does it enable enterprises to run applications? What about standard technologies, modernizations and the microservices hype during the last years? While answering these questions, this talk gives an introduction to the Google cloud (PaaS) platform, some of its services and gives guidance for possible cloud projects.

Cloud computing is one of the most promising changes in computing, but how does it enable enterprises to run applications? What about standard technologies, modernizations and the microservices hype during the last years? While answering these questions, this talk gives an introduction to the Google cloud (PaaS) platform, some of its services and gives guidance for possible cloud projects.

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  1. 1. BASEL BERN BRUGG DÜSSELDORF FRANKFURT A.M. FREIBURG I.BR. GENEVA HAMBURG COPENHAGEN LAUSANNE MUNICH STUTTGART VIENNA ZURICH Java for enterprises in the Google cloud Thomas Bröll Trivadis Stuttgart
  2. 2. Agenda Java for enterprises in the Google cloud2 9/30/2016 1. Introduction 2. Legal considerations 3. The software architect‘s point of view 4. The services point of view
  3. 3. Java for enterprises in the Google cloud3 9/30/2016 Introduction
  4. 4. Introduction Java for enterprises in the Google cloud4 9/30/2016 Cloud characteristcs On-demand Self-service Broad network access Pay per use Shared, pooled resources Rapid elasticity
  5. 5. Java for enterprises in the Google cloud5 9/30/2016
  6. 6. Gartner - IaaS Java for enterprises in the Google cloud6 9/30/2016 Source: https://www.gartner.com/doc/reprints?id=1-2G2O5FC&ct=150519
  7. 7. Gartner - PaaS Java for enterprises in the Google cloud7 9/30/2016 https://www.gartner.com/doc/reprints?id=1-2C8JHBP&ct=150325&st=sb
  8. 8. Introduction Java for enterprises in the Google cloud8 9/30/2016 PaaS = Platform as a Service
  9. 9. Java for enterprises in the Google cloud9 9/30/2016 Legal considerations
  10. 10. Service fee Java for enterprises in the Google cloud10 9/30/2016 Individual metrics for each service AppEngine: Instances $0.05 / hour = $37/month Datastore: $0.06 per 100.000 reads, $0.18 per 100.000 writes Network: $0.12 per GB …
  11. 11. Service Level Agreement Java for enterprises in the Google cloud11 9/30/2016 >= 99.x % Uptime Service fee refund (percentage) Downtime definition • "Downtime" means more than a five percent Error Rate. Downtime is measured based on server side Error Rate. • "Downtime Period" means a period of ten consecutive minutes of Downtime. Intermittent Downtime for a period of less than ten minutes will not be counted towards any Downtime Periods.
  12. 12. Java for enterprises in the Google cloud12 9/30/2016
  13. 13. Gartner - PaaS Java for enterprises in the Google cloud13 9/30/2016 Global data centers Private network Dedicated customer connections possible https://www.gartner.com/doc/reprints?id=1-2C8JHBP&ct=150325&st=sb
  14. 14. Google cloud security & privacy Java for enterprises in the Google cloud15 9/30/2016 https://cloud.google.com/security/compliance ISO 27001 (Basics, BSI: IT-Grundschutz) – Re-newed and extended ISO 27017 (cloud security) ISO 27018 (cloud privacy) PCI DSS 3.1 (Payment card industry data security standard) EU model contract clauses available
  15. 15. Google cloud security & privacy Java for enterprises in the Google cloud16 9/30/2016 http://www.cloudcomputing-insider.de/10-tipps-fuer-datenschutz-und-datensicherheit-in- der-cloud-a-543941/
  16. 16. Java for enterprises in the Google cloud17 9/30/2016 The software architect‘s point of view
  17. 17. The software architect‘s point of view Java for enterprises in the Google cloud18 9/30/2016 Focus on your application Scalability enforces new patterns & paradigms – CAP theorem (consistency, availability, partition tolerance) – Scalability is enforced (by pricing and load) The browser & mobile devices are the future platform
  18. 18. The software architect‘s point of view Java for enterprises in the Google cloud19 9/30/2016 Re-think application architecture MicroService applications Stateless components Storage patterns – NoSQL / key-value – Eventual consistency Messaging / delayed processing – Idempotent worker (at least once delivery)
  19. 19. User Interface Java for enterprises in the Google cloud20 9/30/2016 Load Balancer UI ComponentUI ComponentUI Component Elastic Load Balancer
  20. 20. User Interface Java for enterprises in the Google cloud21 9/30/2016 Load Balancer UI ComponentUI ComponentUI Component Elastic Load Balancer AppEngine App Stateless Component Pattern !
  21. 21. App Engine Java for enterprises in the Google cloud22 9/30/2016 Scales your application on demand, no interaction required Customers only provide a well-behaved Micro Service – Large applications can be split into „Services“ Flexible model – Use whatever you like (Java, Python, Go …. Docker) – Behave well (ports, lifecycle events) – Easy transition Feature-complete!
  22. 22. Java @AppEngine Java for enterprises in the Google cloud24 9/30/2016 Standard: Java 7 & Jetty (Servlet 2.5) Flexible: • JEE Microprofile • Payara • TomEE • Wildfly • … • Spring Boot • Dropwizard Focus on lightweight applications & startup times!
  23. 23. Java for enterprises in the Google cloud25 9/30/2016
  24. 24. Processing Component Java for enterprises in the Google cloud26 9/30/2016 Processing ComponentProcessing ComponentProcessing Component Elastic queue
  25. 25. Processing Component Java for enterprises in the Google cloud27 9/30/2016 Processing ComponentProcessing ComponentProcessing Component Elastic queue
  26. 26. Processing/Messaging options Java for enterprises in the Google cloud28 9/30/2016 AppEngine – Push queue – Pull queue – Cron jobs Cloud PubSub – Publish – Subscribe
  27. 27. Storage options Java for enterprises in the Google cloud29 9/30/2016 Cloud SQL – MySQL – More or less IaaS-like Datastore & BigTable – Document / Key-Value – No SQL / key-value Storage – Store any data VM storage Google drive CDN
  28. 28. Java for enterprises in the Google cloud30 9/30/2016 The services point of view
  29. 29. Well-know Google services Java for enterprises in the Google cloud31 9/30/2016 Custom Search API Google applications (Mail, Calender, Drive, Contacts, …) URL Shortener
  30. 30. Geo services Java for enterprises in the Google cloud32 9/30/2016 Maps Routing Places Geocoding / reverse geocoding Distance
  31. 31. Cloud Vision API Java for enterprises in the Google cloud33 9/30/2016 Image content recognition – Face recognition – Mood OCR
  32. 32. Machine learning Java for enterprises in the Google cloud34 9/30/2016 Google Predicition API Analyze natural data Cross selling recommendations Up selling Demand forecast Fraud detection
  33. 33. Android / mobile Java for enterprises in the Google cloud35 9/30/2016 Android has the greatest market share for mobile devices Google is the company behind android development Android in the google cloud: Google Cloud Endpoints – Easy to use API (Android, iOS, JavaScript) Firebase Cloud Messaging – Device notification – Android & iOS
  34. 34. Some notes Java for enterprises in the Google cloud36 9/30/2016 Google is a slowly moving container ship (at least in the Java world) AppEngine „flexible model“ is beta, „Standard“ is stable but not state-of-the-art (ask Google) Flexible model has no no-cost pricing threshold HTTP & REST rule the transport layer Increasing level of open source software JavaScript first! Most services require an API key – Protect it!
  35. 35. Thomas Bröll Principal consultant Tel. +49 711 903 632 305 thomas.broell@trivadis.com 9/30/2016 Java for enterprises in the Google cloud37

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