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Presentation by @davemangot and @kabbyr on the reasons behind, and mechanisms for a DevOps transformation at Salesforce.
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- 1. Effecting a DevOps Transformation at Salesforce.com Agile 2013 Dave Mangot Architect, Infrastructure Engineering @davemangot in/dmangot Karthik Rajan VP, Infrastructure Engineering @kabbyr in/karthikrajan
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- 3. Karthik Rajan Responsible for the infrastructure platform for running the salesforce.com service - Infrastructure as Code 5 years @ salesforce.com, in various roles - developer to management Photographer. Petrolhead. Collector of many many gadgets
- 4. Dave Mangot Mainly focused on automation, monitoring, orchestration and lastly...cultural change! Systems Engineer 15+ years, a variety of companies big (Cable & Wireless, Sun Microsystems) and small (Tagged.com, Terracotta)
- 5. The 5 Whys: Why are we the same? Different? Why didnt we transform TechOps on the first try? Why are we succeeding? Why we still have challenges Why are you here?
- 6. Why are we the same? Why are we different? http://flic.kr/p/eeWbP8 http://flic.kr/p/eeWbGp
- 7. A little story...
- 8. It was the year 2000
- 9. Number of people
- 10. fast innovativesmart
- 11. Number of Major Releases per year
- 12. 7 years later
- 13. rapid success
- 14. 59,300+ Customers 10 B transactions/Quarter tons of people
- 15. it was getting more difficult to deliver
- 16. Features Delivered per Team Days between Major Releases
- 17. Number of Major Releases in 2006
- 18. 2007 Birth of ADM
- 19. Major R&D wide Agile Transformation to ADM
- 20. On time delivery? Last waterfall release
- 21. But what about infrastructure?
- 22. More importantly, heres a story of a typical start-up Weve got an app
- 23. Weve got a customer or two Web DB Log s Con f Dat a Stat Hlth ID App Oth r App Log s Con f Dat a Stat Hlth ID App Oth r Log s Con f Dat a Stat Hlth ID App Oth r Customer Admin
- 24. Ive got a few more customers DB Log s Con f Dat a Stat Hlth ID App Oth r FW LB LB FW
- 25. Now were making money DB Log s Con f Dat a Stat Hlth ID App Oth r FW LB LB FW FW FW FW FW LB LB LB LB DB Log s Con f Dat a Stat Hlth ID App Oth r
- 26. Salesforce.com Architecture
- 27. Why didnt we transform TechOps on the first try?
- 28. Delivering on business priorities Scaling through hiring Still a relatively small team
- 29. But then Rapid success continues
- 30. 100,000+ Customers 1 B transactions/day tons and tons and tons people
- 31. So can we continue to innovate at scale?
- 32. Lack of visibility http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/4/46/Morning_Fog_at_GGB.JPG/448px- Morning_Fog_at_GGB.JPG
- 33. Resource Bottlenecks
- 34. Lack of responsiveness, lack of team alignment on priorities
- 35. Unpredictable completion of projects and initiatives
- 36. 2012 Infrastructure Take 2 ADM + DevOps
- 37. Take 2a Developers supporting Operations (part time)
- 38. Take 2b Infrastructure Engineering TechOps splits into Operations
- 39. Take 2c Clouds Embedded teams
- 40. How to use DevOps?
- 41. No Crisis
- 42. The 3 Ways Gene Kim The First Way emphasizes the performance of the entire system The Second Way is about creating the right to left feedback loops. The Third Way is about creating a culture that fosters two things: continual experimentation, taking risks and learning from failure;
- 43. C A M S
- 44. Culture
- 45. Automation http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/6/61/Differential_free.png
- 46. Metrics http://www.aosabook.org/images/graphite/composer-ui.png