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Codefresh & Cloud 66 Webinar: Testing Strategies for Docker Driven Development

  • February 9 · 10:00 AM

Join Codefresh & Cloud 66 for our next online meetup, in which we'll examine testing strategies for Docker containers and share insights from customers running containers in production.

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1) Introduction -

2) SPEAKER 1: Daniël van Gils

Topic: Docker Inside/Out: the ‘real’ real-world of stacking containers in production

So you’ve already containerized the shit out of your code, broken down monoliths, microserviced the hell out of your app and have run some awesome workloads in your local, dev and test environments. It’s all looking good, but now what? Running Docker commands is one thing, but maintaining containers in production is a whole other ballgame. So during this talk, I’ll show you the REAL wild world of Docker in production. With the added benefit of talking to and observing how over 900 of our customers have been using Docker in production, I’ll be presenting some of these data points and sharing real life stories running containers in production

3) SPEAKER 2: Alexei Ledenev

Topic: Testing Strategies for Docker Driven Development

Docker’s promise is Build -> Ship -> Run, but shouldn’t it be Build -> Test -> Ship -> Run? Being able to build a Docker container is only part of its development story. You need to be able to test your newly created containers. Ideally, we’d all like our container testing to be repeatable and portable. But there’s more than one way to achieve this so how do you know which method to choose? During this talk, we will demonstrate several approaches for testing Docker containers, discussing benefits and drawbacks with each approach.

4) Q&A

Speaker Bios:

Alexei Ledenev is an experienced software architect and HPE distinguished technologist. Focusing lately on #docker, #golang and #aws. In his spare time, Alexei maintains couple of Docker-centric open source projects, writes tech blog posts and enjoys traveling and playing with his kids.

Daniël van Gils is a polyglot developer advocate at Cloud 66. He helps other polyglot developers craft ruby (on rails) web applications and container based microservice architectures with ♥. An accomplished creative technologist, Daniel has vast and varied experience in application development, agile workflows and building container technologies at scale, gained working in the web development, creative technologies and gaming industries. In his spare time he experiments with strawberries in his backyard, likes to surf and practices improvisation theater.

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  • Zach S.

    Hi there
    can you please share the event slides or any recordings

    6 days ago

  • John S.

    Solid presentations by both speakers. Daniël, the 'hero's journey' really resonates with anyone dealing with new technology adoption- great analogy. Alexei - wow, brilliant. 👍🏼

    3 · February 9

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