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Webinar by ZNetLive & Plesk- Winning the Game for WebOps and DevOps

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This webinar presentation illustrates everything that the experts of Plesk & ZNetLive discussed about the opportunities in WebOps and DevOps market along with new features of ZNetLive's Managed WordPress hosting and Cloud VPS, both powered by Plesk Onyx.

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Webinar by ZNetLive & Plesk- Winning the Game for WebOps and DevOps

  1. 1. How Big an opportunity exists in WebOps and DevOps Market?
  2. 2. The Fast Growing DevOps Adoption Statistics Sorce: http://www.rightscale.com/lp/devops-trends-report
  3. 3. The Fast Growing Global DevOps market Source: http://searchitoperations.techtarget.com/tip/DevOps-implementation-success-starts-and-ends-with-change
  4. 4. Go To Market overview Onyx for developers Vladimir Samukov, Plesk In cooperation with ZNet
  5. 5. Developers challenges 6 Source: NGINX community survey Agile development Continuous & Speedy delivery Focus on development
  6. 6. Text HereStone age 7 Single server operation Developer Production environment Application Writes Code and makes it run on the Environment Developer spends 40% time supporting and maintaining the Environment Under constant risk from Code and Environment issues
  7. 7. Text HereStone age + QA 8 Multi server operation Developer Production environment Application Writes Code and makes it run on the Environment. Moves the code across environments Developer spends 70% time supporting and maintaining the Environments Less risk from Code but risk from Environment stays Testing environment Somebody has to be in charge for Testing environment and making sure Production does not differ much from it
  8. 8. Text HereStone age + QA + version control 9 Multi server operation Developer Production environment Application Writes Code and makes it run on the Environment Developer spends 90% time supporting and maintaining the Environments and Version control. He clearly needs some help No risk from Code but risk from Environment stays Testing environment Somebody has to be in charge for Testing environment and making sure Production does not differ much from it GIT Although GIT is a huge help for coders, but actual deployment of application to Environment is still time taking task https://coderanch.com/t/630523/careers/Time-Spend-Developing-Writing-Code
  9. 9. Text HereOnyx age 10 Multi server operation Developer Production environment Application Writes Code and makes it run on the Environment Developer spends 90% time supporting and maintaining the Environments and Version control. He clearly needs some help No risk from Code but risk from Environment stays Testing environment Somebody has to be in charge for Testing environment and making sure Production does not differ much from it GIT Although GIT is a huge help for coders, but actual deployment of application to Environment is still time taking task No risk from Code Environment risks are cleared by Onyx Developer continues to enjoy coding, no time wasted on maintaining the playground GIT is a huge help for coders, and deployment of application is a one click operation in Onyx With Onyx any Environment configuration and its replication takes practically no time
  10. 10. Text HereOnyx age. Keen on Docker? 11 Multi server operation Developer Production environment Application Writes Code and makes it run Docker container Developer spends 90% time supporting and maintaining the Environments and Version control. He clearly needs some help No risk from Code but risk from Environment stays Testing environment Somebody has to be in charge for Testing environment and making sure Production does not differ much from it GIT Although GIT is a huge help for coders, but actual deployment of application to Environment is still time taking task No risk from Code Environment risks are cleared by Onyx Developer continues to enjoy coding, no time wasted on maintaining the playground Code from GIT is deployed into Docker container As Docker image with Application travels across Environments, there is no need to configure them
  11. 11. Plesk addresses needs of developers & hosters! 12 Simplify server, website administration Set up ready-to-code environment Mass-manage sites and web apps Protect server / site from malicious attacks Delegate website management Docker support Git support Node.js, Ruby, Python support WordPress toolkit Web server security Multi server Role based UI Intuitive UI Server automation Network security
  12. 12. Docker spreads like wildfire 13 Perhaps the biggest story in the Development, DevOps & IT Ops Channel over the past couple of years has been the explosion of containers, with Docker driving the path toward developer and enterprise adoption since its announcement in early 2013. (Source: 451 research, 2016 Trends in Development, DevOps & IT Ops) Source: Datadog Source: RightScale 2016 State of the Cloud Report
  13. 13. Text Here Concerns
  14. 14. Text HereSecurity http://www.verizonenterprise.com/resources/reports/rp_dbir-2016-executive-summary_xg_en.pdf http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2016/10/we-built-a-fake-web-toaster-and-it-was-hacked-in-an-hour/505571/ New server exposed to the web is attacked within 40 minutes 93% of successful attacks happen within one minute
  15. 15. Text HereSecurity
  16. 16. Text HereSecurity 95% attacks fall under limited number of patterns. 10 top vulnerabilities contribute to 85% of successful attacks.
  17. 17. Text Here We simplify the lives of web professionals
  18. 18. Docker support
  19. 19. Docker support feature Key Points • Functions • Local and Remote Docker management • An ability to run a container from images available on Docker Hub • An ability to upload own image • Build an own image • Stop/Start/Recreate container • Manage container settings (ports and volumes mapping, environment variables) • Scenarios • Get on server with Plesk some “satelite” services (samples are: Varnish, REDIS, etc) • Some service exposed over http/https on a domain • Run any available service inside of Docker container • IMPORTANT NOTE: • Docker is for Admin only (it’s because of Docker has weak containers isolation, and it’s easy to get a root access to host system from a container)
  20. 20. Docker run container from image on HubConnecting of remote Docker
  21. 21. Docker run container from image on HubDocker containers list
  22. 22. Docker run container from image on HubDocker container actions
  23. 23. Docker run container from image on HubDocker container settings
  24. 24. Docker run container from image on HubMap a domain to a service in Docker container (1/4)
  25. 25. Docker run container from image on HubMap a domain to a service in Docker container (2/4)
  26. 26. Docker run container from image on HubMap a domain to a service in Docker container (3/4)
  27. 27. Docker run container from image on HubMap a domain to a service in Docker container (4/4)
  28. 28. Git Deploy
  29. 29. Git support feature Key Points • Functions • Deploy from Git • Bare Git repository • Automatic deploy after push to repository • Do additional actions after commit/push to Git repo. • For example: rebuild static html pages. • Scenarios • Deploy application to web hosting under Plesk from external repo like GitHub, Bitbucket • Deploy application via push directly from developer’s laptop to web site under Plesk • Don’t publish repo to vhost, just use a central Git repository for collaboration, actually Git hosting.
  30. 30. GitHub Repo Master Plesk branch App Dev Sergey App Dev Andrey Web Site w/ Git enabled Deploy from remote Git hosting
  31. 31. Deploy from remote Git hosting
  32. 32. Deploy options
  33. 33. Web hooks (1/2)
  34. 34. Web hooks (2/2)
  35. 35. Master Plesk branch App Dev Sergey App Dev Andrey Web Site w/ Git enabled Deploy from from Git repo on your laptop
  36. 36. Deploy from from Git repo on your laptop
  37. 37. Additional actions
  38. 38. NodeJs Support
  39. 39. NodeJs
  40. 40. NodeJs
  41. 41. PLESK ONYX ENABLED OFFERINGS BY ZNETLIVE • MANAGED WORDPRESS HOSTING •CLOUD VPS
  42. 42. What’s in ZNetLive’s Managed Word Press Hosting for you? ZNetLive’s Managed Word Press Hosting Security plugins against malware and phishing Free data migration from the current service provider Hassle free and managed application upgradations Recommenda tions and basic development support Everything Optimized • JAVASCRIPT • IMAGES • WordPress Plugins • CSS
  43. 43. Know about ZNetLive’s Cloud VPS Comes with FREE Plesk Pro Full root access to client Create customized configurations Enjoy dedicated resources High performance storage enabled with SSD Caching
  44. 44. Webinar Offer! Get 50% OFF on cloud VPS Get 30% OFF on Managed WordPress Hosting till 31st March 2017. Q & A Vladimir Samukov – vsamukov@plesk.com Bhupender Kumar– bhupender@znetlive.com Barkha Singh – barkha@znetlive.com

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