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Code to Cloud: Three Trends for Faster, Safer Continuous Delivery

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You’re faced with the business imperative to deliver value to your customers faster, with less risk, and at enterprise scale. But where do you start? There are so many approaches and products for implementing continuous delivery (CD) of modern apps.

Join our webinar to learn about three trends that can make your delivery pipelines inherently resilient, accessible, and continuous:

● continuous delivery as a relay race
● turning monitoring into automated action
● developer experience at the heart

We’ll share a demo of a delivery pipeline that includes Concourse CI, Pivotal Build Service, and Spinnaker CD with Pivotal Container Service as the destination. You’ll learn how a loosely coupled pipeline can provide speed with guardrails, enabling you to scale delivery of your modern applications.

This webinar is especially relevant for those who:

● think full software delivery automation is a pipe dream.
● have an app delivery pipeline that’s a brittle monolith to maintain.
● suspect all your delivery problems are solved with Kubernetes.

Speakers:
Olga Kundzich, Pivotal, Senior Product Manager Spinnaker
Tony Vetter, Pivotal, Technical Product Marketing Manager
Patricia Johnson, Pivotal, Product Marketing Manager CI/CD

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Code to Cloud: Three Trends for Faster, Safer Continuous Delivery

  1. 1. © 2019 PIVOTAL SOFTWARE, INC. All Rights Reserved. Code to Cloud: Three Trends for Faster, Safer Continuous Delivery October 31, 2019 Olga Kundzich, Pivotal, Senior Product Manager Spinnaker @olgakundzich Tony Vetter, Pivotal, Technical Product Marketing Manager @anthonyjvetter Patricia Johnson, Pivotal, Product Marketing Manager CI/CD @PJ4DevOps
  2. 2. What We’ll Cover ● Setting the Context ● [1] Continuous delivery: the relay race ○ Demo ● [2] Turning monitoring into action ● [3] Developer experience at the heart ● Summary ● Q&A
  3. 3. Is this like your path from commit to production? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZQGmtuG0Nx8
  4. 4. Establishing a repeatable, traceable, scalable framework that ● Enables fast, iterative development and testing ● Deploys apps seamlessly, securely, and safely ● Actively operates apps in production Continuous Delivery of Modern Apps Monitoring Managing Resiliency Develop Security Compliance Validation Pivotal Platform Deploy Operate Planning Test-Driven Dev CI/Build Development Users
  5. 5. Code to Cloud Trends Trend 1: CD as a relay race Trend 2: Turn monitoring into action Trend 3: Developers at the heart
  6. 6. Continuous Delivery: The Relay Race Trend #1
  7. 7. CI and CD Are Two Different, Related Processes Source Code Repository CD Pipeline Development Production CI Pipeline Artifact Repository CI CD
  8. 8. Source code system of record Artifact system of record Runtime app system of record CI/Build automation Delivery automation Code to Cloud: Managing App Release and Operation Systems of Record Automation
  9. 9. Git Repository Spinnaker CD Dev Cluster Prod Cluster DEMO: Software Automated Path to Production Harbor ity Security Validation MySQL Concourse CI Spring Boot Build Testing Docker Image Monitor for branch commit Monitor for master commit Upload to container registry Monitor for image and deploy to Dev or Production Pivotal Platform Promote to master branch 2 1 3 4 5 6Commit code Concourse CI Spring Boot Build Testing Docker Image
  10. 10. DEMO
  11. 11. Turning Monitoring into Action Trend #2
  12. 12. Spinnaker: OSS Multi-Cloud Delivery Platform Spinnaker Community “...the passionate open source community dedicated to making deployment pain go away.” https://www.spinnaker.io/publications/ebook/
  13. 13. Application Centric Control Plane = Turn monitoring into action Deploy safely with speed
  14. 14. Leveraging the Inventory Automated Canary Analysis Corrective Actions Chaos Engineering Scanning for Security Vulnerabilities Artifact Traceability Built-in corrective actions
  15. 15. Automated Canary Analysis Ensures your applications meet your SLAs https://medium.com/netflix-techblog/automated-canary-analysis-at-netflix-with-kayenta-3260bc7acc69
  16. 16. Canary Analysis Setup
  17. 17. Canary Analysis Reports
  18. 18. Canary Best Practices ■ Run canaries long enough to gather enough data points ■ Fine-tune the metrics you choose to reflect key service health indicators ■ Include business metrics such as pirate metrics
  19. 19. Developer Experience at the Heart Trend #3
  20. 20. “Server delivery for a project was on a 4-6 week basis...there was a lot of error involved…. It was a poor experience for the development community…” —Kevin Ponds, Director of Site Reliability Engineer and Customer Satisfaction, AutoZone “The driving goal of our work has been to enable our DevOps teams to focus on delivering value and not on tasks below the value line.” —Nick Penston, Director of Engineering, Fidelity Investments OLD DAYS NEW WAYS
  21. 21. Strategies for Removing Friction for Developers ● Onboarding ● Backlog for the platform ● Platform automation ● Compliance ● Security ● Logging ● Feedback loops ● Education ● Cross-functional work Platform as a Product Pipelines with Guardrails Community Culture
  22. 22. “We went from having a couple of monoliths to easily 65-70 microservices in our organization…. And we needed a platform, and we really needed a platform team. There was no way we were going to continue doing what we were doing.” —Bryan Kelly, Principal Software Engineer, Cerner Corporation Platform as a Product Is Born
  23. 23. A Good Definition
  24. 24. Elements of Platform as a Product Automated On-boarding Platform Automation Product Managed “When you go look at our backlog today, it’s not full of chores on how to make our jobs easier. ...it’s full of features to make developers, architects, InfoSec’s lives easier. And I always drag those to the top of the list because I want to get value to the customers.” —Daniel Church, Product Manager PlatformOps & Customer Satisfaction, AutoZone
  25. 25. Platform as a Product Results —Kevin Ponds, Director of Site Reliability Engineer and Customer Satisfaction, Autozone “Developer efficiency and job satisfaction has improved and we could release more features more quickly with fewer headaches.”
  26. 26. ...it’s about creating a cohesive pattern that our engineers can follow that will expedite and fast track them from a concept to cash for our clients. And we refer to that as instant change authorization. If you follow all the right patterns, if you reach the right quality thresholds, if you meet our cyber bars, then we allow you to do full continuous delivery with Spinnaker. And we’ve got about 200 apps going through that cycle. —Stephen Flaherty, Head of Enterprise Architecture, Core Engineering & Public Cloud at JPMorgan Chase Pipelines with Guardrails
  27. 27. Standardizing the Delivery Toolchain “...we have 30,000 developers. So it’s very important that we’re very efficient in the tools and technologies and practices that we embed within our technology organization.” —Richard Francois, VP, JPMorgan Chase & Co.
  28. 28. Pipelines with Different Levels of Opinions “We want to build the security and the safety into the automation so developers don’t have to worry about it.” —Fidelity Investments More Opinionated for Less Mature Teams Less Opinionated for More Mature Teams
  29. 29. “We’re constantly building the knowledge of everybody in the organization.” —Gerard McMahon, VP Architecture, Fidelity Investments Community Culture
  30. 30. Collaboration Techniques “You need trust if you want high-performance teams.” —Fidelity Investments
  31. 31. Cloud Parties “We take our cyber colleagues, identity access management, and the AD teams and sit them all in a room with us and have a week-long hackathon.” —Stephen Flaherty, Head of Enterprise Architecture, Core Engineering & Public Cloud at JPMorgan Chase
  32. 32. Enterprise Case Studies ● AutoZone: AutoZone and the Road to Cloud-Native ● Cerner: The Continuous Platform ● Dick’s Sporting Goods: PKS Automation Station...All Aboard: Enabling Team Access to PKS with a Concourse Pipeline ● Fidelity Investments: Accelerating the Developer’s Road to the Cloud at Enterprise Scale ● Fiserv: SDLC for Pivotal Platform, Powered by Spring Initializr, Concourse, and Spinnaker ● JPMorgan Chase: ○ SpringOne Platform Day 3 Keynote ○ The Reality of Managing Microservice Deployments at Scale: You Need a Spinnaker ● Royal Bank of Canada: Are You SREious? An Approach to Site Reliability Engineering ● Platform as a Product: How to Delight Your Developers and Deliver Value for Your Customers
  33. 33. Closing Thoughts Summary
  34. 34. Code to Cloud Trends Summary Trend 1: CD as a relay race Trend 2: Turn monitoring into action Trend 3: Developers at the heart
  35. 35. Supported Helm Chart Deployment Pivotal Concourse v5.5.3 Validated, Supported Spinnaker - Beta Release Pivotal Continuous Delivery with Spinnaker™ OSS Community Commercial Release www.pivotal.io/concourse www.pivotal.io/spinnaker Recent App CI/CD News from Pivotal
  36. 36. Q&A
  37. 37. Pivotal’s Partnership Approach to Software Is Holistic Methodology Learn the necessary practices to build modern software Tools Build with products focused on developer productivity Platform Run every app, on every cloud, on a unified platform Cloud-native software Pivotal Labs and Services Pivotal Platform Best-in-class products Your teams Pivotal Culture Continually improve and deliver customer success
  38. 38. Build Service ● Intelligent approach to OCI-compatible image updates ● Automated updates ensure image always reflects newest version of reality ● Make sure apps use secure, compliant dependencies Concourse CI Spinnaker CD ● Containerized build and test—clean, consistent environment every time ● Simple, declarative pipeline models that are reusable and can be tracked in source control ● Fast feedback and team alignment with shared pipeline visuals ● Inventory of deployed applications across enterprise ● Sophisticated deployment scenarios like canary, blue/green deploys ● Record of all pipeline activities for compliance and audit ● Deploy to multiple Kubernetes clusters on demand ● Includes Harbor, an enterprise-class container registry with security validation ● Out-of-the-box network management and security Container Service DevOps Toolchain from Pivotal

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