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April 2021 Seattle DevOps Meetup - Yes, we are back!

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Dave N. and Jason G.

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Hello Seattle DevOps Meetup friends! 🙌🏽

Meetups will continue to be held during one Wednesday each month via Zoom. Each meetup will feature 2 talks about 20 minutes long with 5 minutes reserved for Q+A. No product demo or pitches please—we want to focus on learning, not selling.

Agenda:

4:00pm - Welcome + Networking
4:15pm - 4:45pm - Mandy Riso - How to build once, deploy many using Azure DevOps multi-stage pipelines
4:45pm - 5:15pm - Jason DeTiberus - Cluster API With a Bit of PXE Dust: bringing cloud-native declarative management of Kubernetes clusters into the datacenter
5:15pm - Wrap up

** Times are approximate

Mandy Riso - How to build once, deploy many using Azure DevOps multi-stage pipelines

How to build once, deploy many using Azure DevOps multi-stage pipelines

There is a lot of documentation, talks, and blog posts on how to build once, deploy many for Azure DevOps build and release pipeline, but all of them are limited when it comes to multi-stage pipelines. I’ll go over building templates, how to configure approvals, and setting up the multi-stage pipeline to build once and deploy many

Jason DeTiberus - Cluster API With a Bit of PXE Dust: bringing cloud-native declarative management of Kubernetes clusters into the datacenter

Cluster API With a Bit of PXE Dust: bringing cloud-native declarative management of Kubernetes clusters into the datacenter

Kubernetes allows for managing applications with declarative configuration and the Cluster API project allows for declarative management of Kubernetes Clusters across various cloud providers. What if you could bring that same declarative management for Kubernetes infrastructure into the data center? We are attempting to do just that by leveraging the Tinkerbell project.

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