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Building a CI/CD Pipeline for Kubernetes
Containers and Kubernetes are some of the hottest technologies right now. More containers spun up every day. More Kubernetes clusters spun up to manage them containers. In some cases it's done properly, in other cases it's totally spinning out of the control. Especially, when it comes to Dev/Test environments where things can get messy. In this session, we will demonstrate how easy it is to set up a fully-containerized application stack in Kubernetes with a simple CI/CD pipeline to manage the deployments. We will add container support to our application. We'll setup a brand new Kubernetes cluster. We will set up continuous integration/continuous delivery for our application using VSTS awesomeness where we will automagically build custom container image, push it to the container repo, and deploy it into Kubernetes cluster. We'll setup health monitoring to make sure our app is healthy and functional. And, we'll do all of that as a part of our release pipeline. There will be lots of demos. We'll build CI/CD pipeline together, we'll build it from scratch and we'll do it properly. Session Agenda: 6:00pm - Doors open/Networking 6:30pm - Session Starts 7:15pm - Break/Networking 7:25pm - Session Resumes 8:15pm - Session Wrap-up / Closing Notes Free parking is available at the library. About the Speaker: Max Yermakhanov is a senior consultant and trainer at ObjectSharp. Max has over sixteen years of experience successfully delivering pragmatic IT solutions that consistently perform for their end users. He has Master’s degree in Computer Science and second Master's degree in Library and Information Science. He also holds several technical designations including MCSE, MCT, CCNA, MCITP and a number of MCTS certifications. But who is counting... He is also president of Toronto DevOps user group.

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Canada's Technology Triangle .NET User Group (CTTDNUG) is a community group for people who are interested in learning about the latest in technology, with a strong focus on Microsoft technologies, including .NET, Azure, and Xamarin.

Formed in 2001, CTTDNUG is based in the Kitchener-Waterloo area. We provide fun, informative sessions on all aspects of .NET and cross-platform development, tools, and related technologies. This group targets every skill level, from beginners to experts.

Our sessions run the 4th Wednesday of each month, from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm in west Kitchener.

Session locations may vary depending on meeting room availability at the local libraries.

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