Backing up with Laravel (Tokyo)

Backing up with Laravel (Tokyo)

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Freek Van der Herten

September 12, 2016
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  1. Backing up 
 with 
 Laravel

  2. こんばんは

  3. About me Freek Van der Herten Partner & developer at

    SPATIE @freekmurze https://murze.be
  4. About me phpantwerp.be Dries Vints @driesvints Frederick Vanbrabant @TheEdonian

  5. Since 2003 Websites, applications and webshops Team 4 developers, 1

    manager Specialization Laravel development
  6. OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE

  7. Open source software We use a lot of it Nginx,

    Laravel, Ubuntu, Elasticsearch, Memcached, Redis, Beanstalkd, MySQL, Composer, Glide, Homestead, Flysystem, Fractal, Carbon, PHPUnit, NPM, React, jQuery, Java, SSH, Sequel Pro, BackupPC … Basically everything listed in composer.json and package.json
  8. ± 80 packages on Packagist + 900 000 downloads A

    lot of benefits: learning, forced to write documentation and tests, showing the quality of our work, eat our own dogfood We create a lot of it Open source software
  9. Laravel Permission Laravel Analytics Laravel Reponsecache Laravel Medialibrary Laravel Fractal

    Open source software
  10. Associate users with roles and permissions Laravel Permission $role =

    Role::create(['name' => 'writer']);
 $role->givePermissionTo('edit articles');
 $user->assignRole('writer');
 $user->can('edit articles’);
  11. Retrieve data from Google Analytics Laravel Analytics Analytics::fetchMostVisitedPages(); Analytics::fetchVisitorsAndPageViews(); 


    Analytics::getTopReferrers();
  12. Speed up your application 
 by caching the entire response

    Laravel Responsecache RESPONSE CACHE REQUESTS APP 1 2
  13. Associate files with Eloquent Models Laravel Medialibrary $newsItem->addMedia($file) ->toCollection('images'); 


    $newsItem->getMedia('images')->first()->getUrl(); 
 $newsItem->getMedia('images')->first()->getUrl('thumb');
 
 $newsItem->addMedia($bigFile) ->toCollectionOnDisk('downloads', 's3');
  14. Transformation layer for complex output Fractal $manager = new Manager();


    $resource = new Collection($books, new BookTransformer());
 $manager->parseIncludes('characters');
 $manager->createData($resource)->toArray();
  15. Easy integration with Fractal in Laravel Laravel Fractal fractal()
 ->collection($books)


    ->transformWith(new BookTransformer())
 ->includeCharacters()
 ->toArray();
  16. https://spatie.be/opensource/laravel

  17. Not free!

  18. POSTCARDWARE

  19. Spatie
 Samberstraat 69D 2060 Antwerp
 Belgium

  20. LET’S TALK BACKUPS

  21. There is no 
 one size fits all solution for

    backups
  22. Small sites Shared hosting Backups by hosting provider Did not

    do anything regarding backups ourselves Hosting Up until a few year ago
  23. Bigger applications Learned basic server management through resources like serversforhackers.com

    Digital Ocean Forge / Ansible Hosting How we are currently doing it
  24. HORROR STORIES

  25. Horror Story #1 Earlier today, our Cloud Operations team was

    alerted to some performance issues affecting the physical server that hosts your droplet. … The damage was serious enough that this droplet was lost and not able to be restored. One fine morning I got this mail from Digital Ocean Full story: https://murze.be/2016/02/today-digitalocean-lost-our-entire-server/
  26. Horror Story #2 This message is a follow-up to our

    previous emails. Despite the very best efforts of our engineering and datacenter operations teams, unfortunately the host machine that your cloud server resides on was not able to be recovered. At this point, there is complete data loss on the server. Horror can occur everywhere. A mail from Rackspace: Source: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=3982571
  27. Ok, I’ll just use
 the backup service 
 from my

    cloud provider
  28. Horror Story #3

  29. Horror Story #3

  30. Relying on DO backups 
 is not enough! Only weekly

    snapshots Potentially a lot of data could get lost All the backups in the same datacenter If Digital Ocean is down backups can’t be accessed
  31. SOLUTIONS

  32. DIY: A bash script Hosted service: https://ottomatik.io/ Open source: BackupPC,

    Bacula Solutions Do not put your eggs in one basket
  33. https://serversforhackers.com/video/backup-to-s3 interface Dumps the database with mysqldump Uploads dump +

    files using was cli tool to S3 Use cron to frequently run script Downside: no notifications when something goes wrong
 
 A bash script
  34. Backups as a service Not free Install Ottomatik Server Agent

    on every server Easy to use interface Bring your own storage Ottomatik.io
  35. Open source software Installed onto a control server SSH’s into

    servers to be backed up Uses hard links to save disk space Some system administration knowledge is required to setup up BackupPC SERVERS BackupPC SSH
  36. LARAVEL BACKUP

  37. Backup files and databases to one or more filesystems Cleanup

    old backups Sending notifications Easily installed into any Laravel application Laravel Backup
  38. None
  39. Backup files & databases FILES DATABASE SERVER S3 DROPBOX DB

    DUMP .ZIP .SQL
  40. Backups use a lot of storage Artisan task to clean

    up old backups Fully configurable Will never delete the youngest backup Grandfather-father-son rotation scheme Cleanup old backups
  41. Grandfather-father-son rotation scheme FEW TIMES A DAY DAILY (16) WEEKLY

    (8) MONTHLY (4) YEARLY(2) KEEP
 EVERYTHING KEEP DAILY BACKUPS KEEP WEEKLY BACKUPS KEEP MONTHLY BACKUPS KEEP YEARLY BACKUPS
  42. Detects when no backups were made in a certain amount

    of days Detects if there is too much storage used Fully configurable Monitor backups
  43. On (un)successful events (backup failed, youngest backup is too old,

    backup uses too much storage …) Mail, Slack, Telegram, Pushover Fully configurable Easy to extend Sending notifications
  44. DEMO

  45. Your Laravel app may break Server may be down Install

    the package in a Laravel app on a separate server Monitor the backups of all your apps from there Monitoring best practices
  46. Monitoring best practices APPS BACKUPS MONITOR

  47. Install a Laravel app on the same server Point the

    configuration the the database/directories you which to backup Profit! Backing up a non Laravel app
  48. Backup to multiple filesystems Get notified when something goes wrong

    Cleans up older backups Easy installation Cost: one postcard Benefits
  49. Drawbacks Only use this for small to medium sized apps

    Can consume quite a bit a of disk space while backing up Application has credentials to access the backups No restore options
  50. https://docs.spatie.be/laravel-backup

  51. New major release: v4 Use Laravel 5.3’s native notification capabilities

    Easier passing of arguments to the db dumpers PHP 7 ETA: somewhere in october Future plans
  52. Do not rely solely on backups of your service provider

    Take care of backups yourself as well Many options available both free and paid Laravel Backup can help you out (cost: one postcard) Summary
  53. QUESTIONS?

  54. Thank you! https://speakerdeck.com/freekmurze/backing-up-with-laravel-tokyo https://murze.be https://spatie.be/opensource