Viktor Farcic (the author of The DevOps Toolkit Series and Test-Driven Java Development) will be in Switzerland to give his talk "The recipe for Continuous Delivery" and a short JenkinsX demo.
Viktor is a Google developer expert, a Docker captain and a dev advocate at CloudBees.
What does it take to implement continuous delivery today? What is the recipe?
For years, all we needed was Jenkins and a few agents. Is that still the case? Can we keep up with technology and do continuous delivery as we did it during the last few years?
I bet that if I list all the ingredients, it will turn out that you haven't even heard about many of them. Kubernetes? That's an easy one. How about Helm, tekton, skaffold, ChartMuseum, KSync, kaniko, and Prow? What do you get when you mix those and quite a few others and sprinkle them with some GitOps and ChatOps? Is the result something that everyone can use, even if they never heard about those tools?
17h30: Doors opening
18h00: Welcome, Cyrille
18h10: The recipe for Continuous Delivery, Viktor Farcic
19h00: Questions and answers
19h15: Drinks and snacks