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DevXDay KubeCon NA 2021: "From Kubernetes to PaaS to Developer Control Planes"

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12. Oct 2021
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  1. @danielbryantuk | @ambassadorlabs From Kubernetes to PaaS to Developer Control Planes Daniel Bryant | Director of DevRel, Ambassador Labs @danielbryantuk
  2. @danielbryantuk | @ambassadorlabs tl;dr As a [cloud native] community, we need to: ● Treat platform as a product ● Realise that you can’t have good DevX without good UX ● Focus on workflows and tooling interoperability (developer control plane)
  3. @danielbryantuk | @ambassadorlabs Developers are being told to “shift left” Makes sense - think about the ‘ilities earlier But the abstractions, APIs, and tooling have to help us Tool sprawl can be an issue... devopedia.org/shift-left
  4. @danielbryantuk | @ambassadorlabs
  5. @danielbryantuk | @ambassadorlabs (and each KubeCon doesn’t help 😉 )
  6. @danielbryantuk | @ambassadorlabs Back to the future...
  7. @danielbryantuk | @ambassadorlabs Looking back at my dev career Year (Approx) App Architecture Infra / Fabric My (Developer) Responsibility Developer Control Planes 2000 Monolith In-house tin Code IDE, CVS, deploy portal 2005 Monolith / SOA In-house / colo / cloud Code, ship, [limited run] IDE, Mercurial, Jenkins, [PXE, bash, Puppet] 2010 Monolith Heroku / CF Code, run IDE, Git, Heroku CLI, Heroku UI, New Relic UI 2015 Microservices Cloud Code, ship, run IDE, Git, Docker Hub, Jenkins+plugins, AWS Console, bash, Terraform, Chef... 2020 Microservices++ K8s Full lifecycle (code, ship, run)++ IDE, Git, K8s
  8. @danielbryantuk | @ambassadorlabs Looking back at my dev career Year (Approx) App Architecture Infra / Fabric My (Developer) Responsibility Developer Control Planes 2000 Monolith In-house tin Code IDE, CVS, deploy portal 2005 Monolith / SOA In-house / colo / cloud Code, ship, [limited run] IDE, Mercurial, Jenkins, [PXE, bash, Puppet] 2010 Monolith Heroku / CF Code, run IDE, Git, Heroku CLI, Heroku UI, New Relic UI 2015 Microservices Cloud Code, ship, run IDE, Git, Docker Hub, Jenkins+plugins, AWS Console, bash, Terraform, Chef... 2020 Microservices++ K8s Full lifecycle (code, ship, run)++ IDE, Git, K8s 🤔 🤯 🥳 Cognitive Load 🙂
  9. @danielbryantuk | @ambassadorlabs What did I learn? Treat platform as a product 🚉🎛 You can’t have good DevX without good UX 󰠁✨ Focus on workflows and tooling interoperability 🏭🤝
  10. @danielbryantuk | @ambassadorlabs twitter.com/kelseyhightower/status/1099731286950727680
  11. @danielbryantuk | @ambassadorlabs Platform as Product 🚉🎛
  12. @danielbryantuk | @ambassadorlabs Pinterest built a wrapper around Spinnaker... “They had a product manager, they had a UX designer, they had back-end people, they had front-end people. It was a product team that built this internal continuous deployment platform. I don't have a product manager for this effort. I don't have a platform team for this effort. My team is two people and 0.1 time from a manager that used to be an individual contributor. We're trying to centralize our processes and build more standardized, opinionated ways of doing things in a decentralized way. It's an experiment.” Dave Sudia, CTO Upchieve getambassador.io/podcasts/dave-sudia-on-kubernetes-local-development-building-a-paas-and-platform-personas/
  13. @danielbryantuk | @ambassadorlabs Product twitter.com/NickyWrightson/status/1435945868721541120 teamtopologies.com/videos-slides/what-is-platform-as-a-product-clues-from-team-topologies
  14. @danielbryantuk | @ambassadorlabs You can’t have good DevX without good UX 󰠁✨
  15. @danielbryantuk | @ambassadorlabs Shout out to the Argo Project argoproj.github.io/argo-cd argoproj.github.io/argo-rollouts infoq.com/podcasts/continuous-delivery-with-kubernetes/
  16. @danielbryantuk | @ambassadorlabs Good UX (for platforms) ● Think personas ● User research is key ● Watch users in their daily tasks (with your tooling)
  17. @danielbryantuk | @ambassadorlabs Workflow and interop 🏭🤝
  18. @danielbryantuk | @ambassadorlabs Workflow and interop netflixtechblog.com/full-cycle-developers-at-netflix-a08c31f83249 srvaroa.github.io/paas/infrastructure/platform/kubernetes/cloud/2020/01/02/talk-how-to-build-a-paas-for-1500-engineers.html
  19. @danielbryantuk | @ambassadorlabs Tooling interoperability “Well, I see in the industry that we go through waves of expansion and waves of consolidation. And so I don't actually know where we are in that matrix, in that cycle at the moment. But what I do know is that in order to create effective tooling for anybody--you, me, another company, and so on--you need to integrate together a lot of different pieces. So, in times of consolidation, you end up with products [...] that integrate with lots and lots of tools -- and specifically tools you use” Bjorn Freeman-Benson CTO/SVP Ambassador Labs www.getambassador.io/ambassador-developer-office-hours-developer-control-planes-an-architect-s-point-of-view
  20. @danielbryantuk | @ambassadorlabs Where are we now? 📆
  21. @danielbryantuk | @ambassadorlabs Where are we now? “I could imagine platform teams building [Backstage] plugins that [developers] need to use. And then saying, 99% of the time just use this. You don't need to be talking to us as individuals to request stuff." Cheryl Hung, former VP Ecosystems, CNCF “It should not be up to me as an SRE to define how your application gets deployed or at what point it needs to be rolled back, or at what point it needs to be changed, or when its health check should be modified.” Mario Loria, Senior SRE, CartaX "It's not just Kubernetes now -- that's just the common framework. It's all the other stuff that's the hard part now: linking everything together and making it work." Kasper Nissen, Lead Platform Architect, Lunarbank
  22. @danielbryantuk | @ambassadorlabs Insights ● Successful orgs are investing in platforms (and platform teams) ● Yaml is the lingua franca of cloud config (although verbose…) ● A good UI “paints a thousand CLIs” (although show the CLI some ❤) ● GitOps is a workflow best practice for deployment (Operators) ● Adopting the Kubernetes Resource Model enables tool interop (CRDs)
  23. @danielbryantuk | @ambassadorlabs This is the role of a developer control plane (DCP getambassador.io/developer-control-plane
  24. @danielbryantuk | @ambassadorlabs The CNCF ecosystem is the foundation for a modern developer control plane getambassador.io/developer-control-plane
  25. @danielbryantuk | @ambassadorlabs Developer control planes and OAM github.com/oam-dev/spec
  26. @danielbryantuk | @ambassadorlabs Wrapping up 📦
  27. @danielbryantuk | @ambassadorlabs Conclusion: What’s next for Platforms? As a [cloud native] community, we need to: ● Treat platform as a product ● Realise that you can’t have good DevX without good UX ● Focus on workflows and tooling interoperability (developer control plane)
  28. @danielbryantuk | @ambassadorlabs Thank you! db@datawire.io | danielbryantuk a8r.io/slack soundcloud.com/ambassador-labs www.getambassador.io/developer-control-plane And we’re hiring! www.getambassador.io/about-us/careers )
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