Welcome to the new year and our first partner event with one of our sister groups, Cloud Native and Kubernetes NYC (https://www.meetup.com/Kubernetes-Cloud-Native-New-York/). This is a continuance of the event last month that had to be postponed.
To get us kicked off, we're going to be catching up with Andrew Phillips, Kubernetes, and CI/CD. Please join me in welcoming Andrew , author and speaker, as our next presenter at DockerNYC and K8sCnCfNYC!
Thank you also to our space sponsor Betterment for providing our venue, and Contino for the organization and planning.
630 - 700: Socialization and Food/Drinks
700 - 715: Jesse White, announcements and introductions
715 - 730: Lightning talks (if applicable)
730 - 815: Andrew Phillips, main speaker
815 - 830: Questions & Answers
"From GitOps to a scalable CI/CD pattern for Kubernetes"
GitOps is getting an increasing amount of attention as 'the way to do
CI/CD for Kubernetes'. Try to figure out an actual arrangement of
repositories and automated flows to implement such a pipeline at scale,
though, and you'll likely find that there are still many details to be
sorted out, gotchas to be puzzled over, and tradeoffs to be made.
Andrew will examine various aspect of what is often talked about as
GitOps and highlight the underlying principles, as well as how they
related to well-known practices that we are already familiar with, such
as source and compiled artifacts and infra-as-code.
He'll then use those to describe and demonstrate a CI/CD pattern for
Kubernetes that can be implemented with different tooling combinations
(including a "vanilla GitOps" approach), and talk about how to choose
the most appropriate setup for your scenario."
"Andrew is a frequent contributor to the Continuous Delivery and Devops space. He's been a software engineer, team lead, infrastructure builder (a.k.a. head of duct tape) and community evangelist and now works on product management and strategy. Andrew contributes to a number of open-source projects, is a regular speaker and author and co-organizer of ContainerDays Boston and NYC."
Check out some of Andrew's blog here: