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Creating Cloud Native Buildpacks

Creating Cloud Native Buildpacks

Buildpacks have been the successful method for creating container images for a decade at Heroku and Cloud Foundry, before Dockerfiles existed. Cloud Native Buildpacks https://buildpacks.io are the latest set of tools and buildpacks to bring Buildpack methods for creating fast, secure images from your application source code.

In this talk I look at how to create new Cloud Native Buildpacks, how to test them, and how to distribute Builders for development teams to start using your buildpacks.

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Dr Nic Williams

September 12, 2019
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  1. Title Text Body Level One Body Level Two Body Level

    Three Body Level Four Body Level Five Creating
 Cloud Native Buildpacks Cloud Foundry Summit Hague 2019 Dr Nic Williams @drnic
  2. @drnic Nothing should change for CF users EXCEPT This is

    about future v3 buildpacks WARNING
  3. @drnic History v2 - Supply and Finalize CF own buildpacks

    evolved API Cloud Foundry had no buildpacks v1 - Heroku Buildpacks Borrowed API; offline buildpacks Ɲ v3 - Cloud Native Buildpacks Heroku and CF work together CNCF Incubator project Buildpacks are going everywhere
  4. Cloud Foundry buildpacks thanks to…

  5. None
  6. @drnic Example NodeJS $ pack build starkandwayne/sample-app-nodejs [detector] ======== Results

    ======== [detector] pass: Node Engine Buildpack [detector] pass: Yarn Buildpack … [builder] -----> Node Engine Buildpack 0.0.26 [builder] Node Engine 10.16.2: [builder] Downloading from … … [builder] Process types: [builder] web: yarn start $ docker run -ti -p 8080:8080 \ starkandwayne/sample-app-nodejs
  7. @drnic Example Spring $ pack build starkandwayne/sample-app-java ===> DETECTING [detector]

    skip: org.cloudfoundry.archiveexpanding@1.0.0-RC02 [detector] pass: org.cloudfoundry.openjdk@1.0.0-RC02 [detector] pass: org.cloudfoundry.buildsystem@1.0.0-RC02 [detector] pass: org.cloudfoundry.jvmapplication@1.0.0-RC02 [detector] pass: org.cloudfoundry.tomcat@1.0.0-RC02 [detector] pass: org.cloudfoundry.springboot@1.0.0-RC02 [detector] skip: org.cloudfoundry.jdbc@1.0.0-RC02 [detector] skip: org.cloudfoundry.jmx@1.0.0-RC02 [detector] Resolving plan... (try #1) [detector] Success! (7) … [builder] Cloud Foundry OpenJDK Buildpack 1.0.0-RC02 [builder] OpenJDK JDK 11.0.4: Contributing to layer $ docker run -ti -p 8080:8080 \ starkandwayne/sample-app-java
  8. @drnic Deploy CF $ docker push starkandwayne/sample-app-nodejs $ cf push

    myapp \ -o starkandwayne/sample-app-nodejs \ -k 1536M $ cf logs my-node-app --recent
  9. @drnic Buildpack API bin/detect Could this buildpack help this app?

    What requirements did we learn? ? bin/build Install dependencies Setup configuration Processes to launch #
  10. @drnic Builder $ pack inspect-builder cloudfoundry/cnb Run Images: cloudfoundry/run:full-cnb Buildpacks:

    org.cloudfoundry.node-engine org.cloudfoundry.npm org.cloudfoundry.yarn org.cloudfoundry.python org.cloudfoundry.pip …
  11. @drnic Ordered Groups $ pack inspect-builder cloudfoundry/cnb … Group #2:

    org.cloudfoundry.node-engine@0.0.44 org.cloudfoundry.yarn@0.0.23 Group #3: org.cloudfoundry.node-engine@0.0.44 org.cloudfoundry.npm@0.0.28 Group #4: org.cloudfoundry.python@0.0.19 org.cloudfoundry.pipenv@0.0.13 (optional) org.cloudfoundry.pip@0.0.19 …
  12. @drnic 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, …, 15

    FIZZ BUZZ 1, 2, fizz, 4, buzz, fizz, 7, …, fizzbuzz https://github.com/starkandwayne/fizzbuzz-cnb-builder
  13. $ echo 1 > Count $ pack build myapp --builder

    fizzbuzz $ docker run myapp 1 $ echo 3 > Count $ pack build myapp --builder fizzbuzz $ docker run myapp fizz $ echo 15 > Count $ pack build myapp --builder fizzbuzz $ docker run myapp fizzbuzz https://github.com/starkandwayne/fizzbuzz-cnb-builder
  14. @drnic FizzBuzz Buildpack bin/detect Does this app contain Count? ?

    bin/build Create executable to print Count or fizz, buzz, or fizzbuzz #
  15. # bin/detect [ -f Count ]] || { echo "No

    Count file"; exit 1; } # bin/build cp -r $buildpack_dir/layer/* $layer_dir/ !"" fizzbuzz # $"" bin # $"" display-count !"" fizzbuzz.toml $"" launch.toml https://github.com/starkandwayne/fizzbuzz-cnb-builder
  16. # launch.toml [[processes]] command = "display-count" type = "web" #

    fizzbuzz.toml launch = true # fizzbuzz/bin/display-count #!/bin/bash count=$(cat Count) if [[ $(( $count % 15 )) == "0" ]]; then echo "fizzbuzz" elif [[ $(( $count % 5 )) == "0" ]]; then echo "buzz" elif [[ $(( $count % 3 )) == "0" ]]; then echo "fizz" else echo $count fi% https://github.com/starkandwayne/fizzbuzz-cnb-builder layer metadata layer contents
  17. $ pack build app \ --buildpack path/to/fizzbuzz \ --path to/app

    ===> DETECTING [detector] ======== Results ======== [detector] pass: fizzbuzz-standalone@1.0.0 [detector] Resolving plan... (try #1) [detector] Success! (1) ===> BUILDING [builder] ---> FizzBuzz Buildpack ===> EXPORTING [exporter] *** Images: [exporter] …playtime:latest - succeeded
  18. @drnic Print Message Buildpack bin/detect Does this app contain Message?

    ? bin/build Create executable to print Message #
  19. $ rm Count $ echo "Hello World" > Message $

    pack build myapp --builder fizzbuzz $ docker run myapp Hello World $ rm Count $ rm Message $ pack build myapp --builder fizzbuzz <error>
  20. # bin/detect [ -f Message ]] || { echo "No

    Message file"; exit 1; } # bin/build cp -r $buildpack_dir/layer/* $layer_dir/ !"" launch.toml !"" print-message # !"" bin # # !"" display-message # # $"" show-message-twice # $"" profile.d # $"" message.sh $"" print-message.toml
  21. $ pack build app \ --buildpack path/to/print-message \ --path to/app

    ===> DETECTING [detector] ======== Results ======== [detector] pass: print-message@1.0.0 [detector] Resolving plan... (try #1) [detector] Success! (1) ===> BUILDING [builder] ---> Print Message Buildpack ===> EXPORTING [exporter] *** Images: [exporter] …playtime:latest - succeeded
  22. @drnic FizzBuzz Builder # builder.toml [[buildpacks]] id = "fizzbuzz" uri

    = "buildpacks/fizzbuzz" [[buildpacks]] id = "print-message" uri = "buildpacks/print-message" …
  23. @drnic FizzBuzz Builder # builder.toml … [[order]] [[order.group]] id =

    "fizzbuzz" [[order]] [[order.group]] id = "print-message" …
  24. @drnic FizzBuzz Builder # builder.toml … [stack] id = "io.buildpacks.stacks.bionic"

    build-image = "cloudfoundry/build:base-cnb" run-image = "cloudfoundry/run:base-cnb"
  25. @drnic FizzBuzz Builder $ pack create-builder fizzbuzz -b builder.toml Creating

    builder fizzbuzz from build-image cloudfoundry/build:base-cnb $ pack build myapp --builder fizzbuzz Count app Message app Runnable OCI/docker image
  26. @drnic FizzBuzz Builder $ pack inspect-builder fizzbuzz Run Images: cloudfoundry/run:base-cnb

    Buildpacks: com.starkandwayne.fizzbuzz com.starkandwayne.print-message Detection Order: Group #1: com.starkandwayne.fizzbuzz@1.0.0 Group #2: com.starkandwayne.print-message@1.0.0
  27. @drnic Example NodeJS $ pack build starkandwayne/sample-app-nodejs [detector] ======== Results

    ======== [detector] pass: Node Engine Buildpack [detector] pass: Yarn Buildpack … [builder] -----> Node Engine Buildpack 0.0.26 [builder] Node Engine 10.16.2: [builder] Downloading from … … [builder] Process types: [builder] web: yarn start $ docker run -ti -p 8080:8080 \ starkandwayne/sample-app-nodejs
  28. Nothing should change for CF users START MIGRATING Cloud Native

    (v3) buildpacks COMING SOON
  29. @drnic CONTINUE TO FIZZBUZZ https://github.com/starkandwayne/fizzbuzz-cnb-builder https://buildpacks.io/docs/create-buildpack/