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Bluemix Technical Overview

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A technical overview of the IBM Bluemix basics, features and capabilities

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Bluemix Technical Overview

  1. 1. IBM Bluemix The Digital Innovation Platform Roger Paulssen, IBM
  2. 2. © 2014 IBM Corporation‹#› Content What is Bluemix? Deployment Options The open architecture: CF, Openstack & Docker Dev Tooling API Management and Integration Runtimes Services IoT Foundation Billing
  3. 3. What is Bluemix ?
  4. 4. Bluemix is an open and versatile cloud innovation platform 4 Bluemix is anything but locked down. You choose how you build, deploy, and manage your apps. Bluemix takes care of the rest. Compute Choose the level of infrastructure abstraction based on your app’s architectural needs. Dev Tooling From editors to source code management to continuous delivery, you can use Bluemix’ powerful tooling or easily bring your own. Location Deploy apps to Bluemix Public (in a growing number of geos), your own dedicated cloud Bluemix, or one that runs within your data center (Local*). Services Pick from a catalog of IBM, third party, open source, or your own services to extend your apps. IBM Third Party Open Source Yours *Bluemix Local coming Summer 2015
  5. 5. How does Bluemix work? Bluemix is underlined by three key open compute technologies: Cloud Foundry, Docker, and OpenStack. It extends each of these with a growing number of services, robust DevOps tooling, integration capabilities, and a seamless developer experience. 5 Flexible Compute Options to Run Apps / Services Instant Runtimes Containers Virtual Machines Platform Deployment Options that Meet Your Workload Requirements Bluemix Public Bluemix Dedicated Bluemix Local* DevOps Tooling Your Own Hosted Apps / Services Powered by IBM SoftLayer In Your Data Center + + + + + Always focused on what’s next Catalog of Services that Extend Apps’ Functionality Web Data Mobile AnalyticsCognitive IoT Security Yours + *Bluemix Local coming Summer 2015 Integration and API Mgmt +
  6. 6. Bluemix is built on IBM SoftLayer 6 Dallas (now) London (now) Bluemix Public Location SoftLayer Data Center A different kind of data center • Every location designed, built, and operated to the same standardized, “pod” based spec • 24/7 on-site security and rigorous controls • Expanding to 40 data centers worldwide Global network of networks • Public, private, and management networks all separate • More than 2,000Gbps between data centers and network points of presence (PoPs) • Unmetered inbound public bandwidth and fully unmetered bandwidth between data centers Entirely automated • SoftLayer API controls everything - more than 3000 documented methods and 180 distinct services • Bare metal and virtualized servers in the same platform The highest performing cloud infrastructure available.
  7. 7. Bluemix Deployment Options Your Own Hosted Apps / Services Platform Deployment Options that Meet Your Workload Requirements Bluemix Public Bluemix Dedicated Bluemix Local* Powered by IBM SoftLayer In Your Data Center Flexible Compute Options to Run Apps / Services Instant Runtimes Containers Virtual Machines + + + DevOps Tooling + Catalog of Services that Extend Apps’ Functionality Web Data Mobile AnalyticsCognitive IoT Security Yours + Integration and API Mgmt +
  8. 8. We listened. Now you can get Bluemix in three unique yet fully connected delivery methods. 8 Coming Summer 2015 1 | Public Maximize on cloud economics and agility. 2 | Dedicated Everything is dedicated and connected to you — agility of public cloud, yet feels like home. 3 | NEW: Local Behind the firewall for the most sensitive workloads. Seamless Experience Regardless of which combination you choose, you can expect a single, seamless experience.
  9. 9. Capex v. Opex Deployment Comparison 9 Customer Managed Code Data Runtime Middleware OS Virtualization Servers Storage Networking IBM Managed Code Data Runtime Middleware OS Virtualization Servers Storage Networking Code Data Runtime Middleware OS Virtualization Servers Storage Networking IBM Managed On-Prem Platform Bluemix Dedicated o o c c c c c o o o o o o o IBM Managed Single Tenant Platform IBM Managed Multi Tenant Platform o o o o o o o Bluemix LocalBluemix o c perational Expense apital Expense
  10. 10. Dedicated to you Single tenant hardware that’s dedicated to you – allowing you to satisfy regulatory & legal compliance. Global – so you’re local Get closer to your users. Bluemix dedicated can live in any of 20+ SoftLayer data centers around the world. Feels like home Secure, fast, and unmetered access. Bluemix Dedicated sits on your network via VPN or direct network connectivity. Focus on apps, not iron Focus on building custom applications and services. IBM manages the platform and dedicated services. We’re on call – 24/7 Experts are always on call to solve problems. Premium support options are also available to further meet your requirements. Pay smart Never over buy again. Pay based on intuitive runtime/service metrics and adjust capacity monthly depending on needs. The power and simplicity of Bluemix – in your own dedicated SoftLayer environment that’s securely connected to both the public Bluemix and your own network. Bluemix Dedicated 1 Coming Summer 2015
  11. 11. Bluemix Dedicated: Part of the Cloud Continuum Services Integration Portability Flexible Deployment Models Dedicated Public Local The power and simplicity of Bluemix – in your own dedicated SoftLayer environment that’s securely connected to both the public Bluemix and your own network. The Platform • Fully redundant dedicated Bluemix environment • VPN access • All runtimes (IBM Liberty, Node and BYO Buildpack) • Standard support included Dedicated Services  Data and Session Cache  Cloudant  Auto scale  A al Carte Services Syndication • All Public Bluemix Services Remain Available to Dedicated Customers 4
  12. 12. NEW: Bluemix Local The power and flexibility of Bluemix in your own data center – fully managed cloud agility for even your most sensitive workloads. Deployment choice Bluemix Local sits either on OpenStack or VMWare driven infrastructure, or on a Bluemix appliance. Built on open standards Bluemix Local combines the power of OpenStack, Cloud Foundry, and Docker. Focus on apps, not iron Focus on building custom applications and services. IBM manages the platform and local services. We’re on call – 24/7 Experts are always on call to solve problems. Premium support options are also available to further meet your requirements. Portable apps and services Burst and move workloads as performance requirements and regulations change. Coming summer 2015 Coming Summer 2015 Proximity Side by side with your existing infrastructure to address low latency requirements. 1
  13. 13. Bluemix The open architecture: CF, Openstack & Docker Your Own Hosted Apps / Services Platform Deployment Options that Meet Your Workload Requirements Bluemix Public Bluemix Dedicated Bluemix Local* Powered by IBM SoftLayer In Your Data Center Flexible Compute Options to Run Apps / Services Instant Runtimes Containers Virtual Machines + + + DevOps Tooling + Catalog of Services that Extend Apps’ Functionality Web Data Mobile AnalyticsCognitive IoT Security Yours + Integration and API Mgmt +
  14. 14. Bluemix offers different compute models to run your code 1 CloudFoundry application Docker Container Virtual Machine Consistent experience: • Common service binding & consumption model • Common user ID & permissions model • Ability to hook into common routing layer expanding Level of abstraction Flexibility
  15. 15. On Being a Developer http://xkcd.com/303/ Shamelessly plagiarized from Dr Nic Willims
  16. 16. Why Cloud Foundry? Deploy in seconds not weeks or months No need to talk to anyone else Polyglot runtimes Java, Node.js, Ruby, Python, Go, PHP, …ASP.NET Easily integrate internal and 3rd party services/APIs Open Source runtime platform IaaS independent – runs in the cloud or on-premise
  17. 17. © 2014 IBM Corporation‹#› Cloud Foundry - Today 17 Cloud Controller Router Health Manager DEA Pool (Droplet Execution Agent) DEA Staging Apps Running Apps Warden Containerization NATS (message bus) (API)
  18. 18. Standardization; OPEX savings; faster time to value Networking Storage Servers Virtualization O/S Middleware Runtime Data Applications Traditional On-Premises Networking Storage Servers Virtualization O/S Middleware Runtime Data Applications Platform as a Service Networking Storage Servers Virtualization O/S Middleware Runtime Data Applications Software as a Service Networking Storage Servers Virtualization Middleware Runtime Data Applications Infrastructure as a Service O/S Vendor Manages in CloudClient Manages Benefits of running an application in Bluemix on CloudFoundry Eliminates / simplifies various tasks: • Health management • Load-balancing • Scaling • Deployment • OS patching • OS security hardening
  19. 19. What is Docker? Server Server Host OS Host OS Hypervisor Docker Engine Guest OS Guest OS Guest OS Binaries Libraries Binaries Libraries Binaries Libraries Binaries Libraries Binaries Libraries Appl A Appl A Appl B ApplB ApplB ApplB ApplB ApplB ApplB ApplA ApplA VM vs Docker Docker = Linux namespaces + cgroups + overlay file system + image format
  20. 20. Why Docker? » High Density: Because containers share the same OS image and middleware (when applicable) we can run more applications on a server. » Fast Start up: Because containers may have several layers in common only the new layers need to be copied, reducing build/transfer/boot/load times dramatically. » Portability across environments •Cloudy operations with Docker LXC outperform VM • 48x server reboot, 1.5x server boot, 1.62x server snapshot, etc. •Docker LXC density potential compared to VMs • 3x memory savings • 26x CPU savings • 3.22x smaller images in this test (note – image sizes can vary based on required packages) Manual VM Docker Provision Time Days Minutes Seconds / ms Significant threat to virtualization market
  21. 21. Bluemix: Foundational Concepts Account – Anchor point for billing UserUserUser Organizations •Enables team collaboration Organizations •Enables team collaboration Organizations – enables team collaboration Spaces • Logical grouping of apps and service instances • per-user permissions Spaces • Logical grouping of apps and service instances • per-user permissions Spaces • Logical grouping of apps and service instances • per-user permissions Space Apps Space VMs Space Containers SpaceService Instances 2
  22. 22. Bluemix Dev Tooling Your Own Hosted Apps / Services Platform Deployment Options that Meet Your Workload Requirements Bluemix Public Bluemix Dedicated Bluemix Local* Powered by IBM SoftLayer In Your Data Center Flexible Compute Options to Run Apps / Services Instant Runtimes Containers Virtual Machines + + + DevOps Tooling + Catalog of Services that Extend Apps’ Functionality Web Data Mobile AnalyticsCognitive IoT Security Yours + Integration and API Mgmt +
  23. 23. DevOps and deployment automation Isolate Pinpoint the problem to a specific part of the environment Diagnose Drill down into the details and get to the root cause Deploy a fix leveraging a common delivery pipeline across both clouds and traditional infrastructure, bridging the gap in two speed IT Sense Detect that a problem occurred, or is about to happen Rapid iterations Plan Develop Build Test Deploy Prod Slower iterations Plan Develop Build Test Deploy Prod Alignment Isolation Coordination Application Performance Management Deployment Automation Automate builds across hybrid application architecture, inclusive of Bluemix apps and on-premises systems with IBM UrbanCode Enhancements to delivery pipeline services in Bluemix facilitate 0 downtime deployments and further extend services capabilities to containers
  24. 24. It’s all about collaboration!  Share your work with others – reuse code and share solutions – manage versions – make others aware of what you are doing  Access your files from everywhere – Develop using Eclipse (or another IDE), or use web-based development tools  Track and plan the development – Replace personal TODO-lists with work items – Everyone becomes aware of the plan (what is done, and what comes next)  Automatic deployment to BlueMix – As soon as changes are delivered a new deployed version of the application is available – Your colleagues and customers can immediately access the deployed application Using the online DevOps repo:
  25. 25. Choose Your IDE  Web IDE – Provides code editors, SCM tools, deployment tools etc. in the web browser – No need to install anything locally – For people who want to get started quickly, have no preference for another IDE, do not need all advanced IDE features or work away from their regular computer  Eclipse or Visual Studio – For people familiar with these IDEs – Integrates with IDS by means of plugins (EGit or RTC)  Command-line – For people who use another IDE Any member in your team can make their own choice!
  26. 26. Track & Plan  New Track & Plan UI recently released in beta – Easy to quickly create a new work item – Predefined queries for quickly finding work items of interest (open, subscribed, recently worked on etc.)
  27. 27. Delivery Pipeline » Build and Deploy your way: » Configure your project to automatically deploy to Bluemix whenever a project member pushes code to your Git repository or Jazz™ SCM. » Simply deploy files as they are pushed » or configure more advanced build options to be deployed automatically. » Multi-stage build and deploy
  28. 28. Bluemix API Mngt & Integration Your Own Hosted Apps / Services Platform Deployment Options that Meet Your Workload Requirements Bluemix Public Bluemix Dedicated Bluemix Local* Powered by IBM SoftLayer In Your Data Center Flexible Compute Options to Run Apps / Services Instant Runtimes Containers Virtual Machines + + + DevOps Tooling + Catalog of Services that Extend Apps’ Functionality Web Data Mobile AnalyticsCognitive IoT Security Yours + Integration and API Mgmt +
  29. 29. 2 API Management Account » Add the Bluemix Service for API Management
  30. 30. 3 First Class API Experience in Bluemix » Access to familiar API Management console
  31. 31. 3 Sharing APIs with Bluemix Users » Share APIs with application developers in Bluemix
  32. 32. 3 API and Bluemix Application Developer » API discovery and consumption via Bluemix Catalog
  33. 33. Cloud Integration in a nutshell • Securely connect to on-premise systems and create REST APIs to access them • Simple data synchonization • Flexible, secure access to on-premise endpoints • Powerful API Management capabilities – integrated with Bluemix • Ultra-fast find and use APIs from right across the Web
  34. 34. Bluemix Runtimes Your Own Hosted Apps / Services Platform Deployment Options that Meet Your Workload Requirements Bluemix Public Bluemix Dedicated Bluemix Local* Powered by IBM SoftLayer In Your Data Center Flexible Compute Options to Run Apps / Services Containers Virtual MachinesInstant Runtimes + + + DevOps Tooling + Catalog of Services that Extend Apps’ Functionality Web Data Mobile AnalyticsCognitive IoT Security Yours + Integration and API Mgmt +
  35. 35. Example, what is in a buildpack?
  36. 36. Bring your own or write your own buildpack • Lots of buildpacks available out there • Google “community buildpacks”  • Forking might be needed to configure it • You can create your own custom buildpacks • Mostly written in bash or Ruby • Documentation explains how to build it
  37. 37. Bluemix Services Your Own Hosted Apps / Services Platform Deployment Options that Meet Your Workload Requirements Bluemix Public Bluemix Dedicated Bluemix Local* Powered by IBM SoftLayer In Your Data Center Flexible Compute Options to Run Apps / Services Instant Runtimes Containers Virtual Machines + + + DevOps Tooling + Catalog of Services that Extend Apps’ Functionality Web Data Mobile AnalyticsCognitive IoT Security Yours + Integration and API Mgmt +
  38. 38. © 2014 IBM Corporation‹#› Bluemix – Catalogue of Services © 2014 IBM Corporation 40 Security Services Web and application services Cloud Integration Services Mobile Services Database services Big Data services Internet of Things Services Watson Services DevOps Services
  39. 39. Bluemix IoT Foundation Your Own Hosted Apps / Services Platform Deployment Options that Meet Your Workload Requirements Bluemix Public Bluemix Dedicated Bluemix Local* Powered by IBM SoftLayer In Your Data Center Flexible Compute Options to Run Apps / Services Instant Runtimes Containers Virtual Machines + + + DevOps Tooling + Catalog of Services that Extend Apps’ Functionality Web Data Mobile AnalyticsCognitive IoT Security Yours + Integration and API Mgmt +
  40. 40. © 2014 IBM Corporation‹#› Connect Collect Manage Assemble Getting started – Fast! IBM Internet of Things Foundation:
  41. 41. What is IBM’s Internet of Things Foundation? IBM Internet of Things Foundation is a fully managed, cloud-hosted service that makes it simple to derive value from Internet of Things (IoT) devices Connect Collect Manage Simple APIs Assemble Build Real Time MQTT REST
  42. 42. © 2014 IBM Corporation‹#› Connecting the Device  Low bandwidth  Varying Qualities of Service  Publish Subscribe  Always on connectivity  TLS encryption for traffic  Industry standard MQTT protocol  Lightweight & low footprint client  Device specific Client Code  Connect quickly using Device “Recipes”  Open source MQTT based client  Device Registration  Device Access control Connect
  43. 43. © 2014 IBM Corporation‹#›  Publish the same data to many applications with MQTT  Access control with Application Registration & Keys  Compose with other IoT Services in Bluemix using “App tips” ConnectConnecting the Application
  44. 44. © 2014 IBM Corporation‹#› Collecting your IoT data  Data access for Visualisation  Data access for Analytics  Via Historian REST APIs  Via visualisation recipes  Time based store of Historical Data  Via built in Time-series database technology Collect
  45. 45. © 2014 IBM Corporation‹#› Manage your IoT Service • Remotely monitor the connectivity of devices • See the last messages sent • Disable device and application connections • Understand service status • Stand up the service in seconds • Free entry point to get started • Pay based on usage • Scale up and down with load  Device dashboard  Register/Deregister device or application  Service dashboard and tweets @IoTFNotify  SaaS service  Free trial and capped free use  Bluemix, Pay-as-you go and subscription offerings Manage
  46. 46. © 2014 IBM Corporation‹#› Bluemix Internet of Things Foundation Boilerplate » Bluemix IoT Foundation Starter Boilerplate for getting going quickly » For use with real devices or the simulator » Use Node-RED to assemble flows Assemble
  47. 47. © 2014 IBM Corporation‹#› IoT Foundation is part of Bluemix and a Composable Business IoT Foundation IoT-related Bluemix services Secure Device Registration, Scalable Device Connectivity, Historian, Visual wiring Rules, Push, Geo location, Analytics, Asset management, Predictive Maintenance… Devices & Gateways IoT end-end solutions Connected appliance solutions, Smarter home solutions… Assemble
  48. 48. © 2014 IBM Corporation‹#› Learn by example with Device Recipes & “App Tips” Getting started
  49. 49. Telemetry Simulator App (Python Runtime) Scoring Service (SPSS) Analytics Warehouse Telemetry Analysis App (Java Liberty Runtime) Commentators Race Team Officials Fans Telemetry Data Alerts Telemetry Data IBM Internet of Things Foundation SilverHook and Virtual Eye: Driving the Powerboat Experience with IBM Bluemix
  50. 50. Bluemix Billing
  51. 51. Sign up in minutes. Pay for what you use. 53 Cloud based pricing models to serve developer needs. • 30 day trial (no credit card required) - Designed to allow testing of an entire application on the platform Friction free adoption • Free tier for every service - encourages experimentation of new services for applications already running on Bluemix • Pay-as-you-go - optimized for flexibility, no term commitment Multiple Commitment Models • Subscription - term based optimized for cost, discounted from pay as you go rates • Zero to coding in less than 5 minutes Self Service • Credit card over the web in many countries - or through your IBM rep
  52. 52. Free Trial • Available for every user with minimal registration process • No Credit Card required • Runtime and Service charges waived for 30-days • Unlimited Access to Standard Support • No production use limitations • Generous resource quotas of 2GB of runtime, 20 services, 500 routes • Preview what your charges would be: 3 ©2013 IBM Corporation Build and Test an Entire Application on the Platform
  53. 53. Pay As You Go • Pay for usage of each runtime and service • Full flexibility – use what you want, when you want • No commitment – no charges incurred • if you don’t use anything, • or if you use less than the free allowances • Runtimes and Services offered at List rates with no discount • Billed monthly in arrears • Easy Upgrade online from Free Trial • Simply add a credit card to your account4 ©2013 IBM Corporation For when there is uncertainty in capacity or longevity
  54. 54. Platform Subscription • Optimized for heavy use, more predictable workloads • Commit to a spending level per month for a period of time • Use any Runtime or Services you wish, in any amount you need – you are not locked into to consuming any specific service(s) • Overall discount as compared Pay As You Go charges • IBM will invoice your fee per your purchasing preferences – Monthly, Quarterly, Annually or All Upfront • Overages billed at Pay As You Go Rates – monthly in arrears 5 ©2013 IBM Corporation Discounted Charges for Term-based Commitment
  55. 55. Monthly Free Allowances • Most services and runtimes offer an amount of free use every month • The easy way to experience the value of an application • Encourages current users to try new service offerings • Offered in several ways depending on the service: • Free plan – unlimited use of a small- size service instance • Free allotment – a quantity of metered usage provided per month before charges start accruing • Applied identically to both Pay As You Go and Subscription accounts There are no charges if you remain below the free allowance during a month 6 ©2013 IBM Corporation The freedom to try and experiment Bluemix provides 375 GB-Hours of free Liberty runtime per month – enough to run a 512MB application for the entire month. - And another 375 GB-Hours of Node.js runtime - And another 375 GB-Hours of BYO runtime!
  56. 56. Bluemix Thank You ! Let´s innovate!

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