Ansible Montreal - Octobre 2019

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Bonjour fans d'Ansible !

C'est avec plaisir que nous vous invitons aux bureaux de Red Hat à Montréal pour le meetup Ansible qui aura lieu le 24 octobre prochain.

Nous aurons le privilège de recevoir la visite de Tim Appnel qui est Senior Product Manager chez Ansible pour nous parler du futur d'Ansible et comment utiliser vos connaissances Ansible avec Kubernetes.

Le meetup se terminera par une présentation de Mohammed Naser à propos de Zuul, une plateforme de CI/CD basée sur Ansible.

Nous tenons à remercier nos commanditaires pour l'évènement:
- Red Hat pour l'hébergement
- Evolix pour les breuvages
- VEXXHOST pour la nourriture

Agenda :
17:30 - Ouverture des portes
18:00 - 18:15 - Bienvenue et nouvelles sur Ansible , par David Moreau-Simard, Red Hat
18:15 - 19:00 - The Future of the Ansible Ecosystem by Tim Appnel, Red Hat
19:00 - 19:15 - Pause
19:15 - 19:45 - Building Kubernetes Operators in an Ansible-native way (Lightning Talk) by Tim Appnel, Red Hat
19:45 - 20:15 - Stop Merging Broken Code by Mohammed Naser, VEXXHOST

Descriptions des présentations:
The Future of the Ansible Ecosystem

Ansible is a simple, powerful and agentless automation tool has accomplished a lot since February 2012 when the first commit was made. Here we will review the architectural and community factors that contributed to its accomplishments and the challenges that it must now address. Tim will cover how Ansible is being evolved over the coming years into a platform and then demo some of the new features that have begun to emerge in recent releases. A great chance to discuss and give feedback.

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Lightning Talk: Building Kubernetes Operators in an Ansible-native way

A Kubernetes Operator is a method of packaging, deploying and automating the day-1 and day-2 management activities in a Kubernetes cluster. Learn how you can utilize existing Ansible skills and ecosystem to implement Operators and dynamically manage your K8s applications.

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Stop Merging Broken Code

Arguably, current CI tools are only capable of running tests, providing the resulting feedback and little else. These tools, built with the singular purpose of testing changes before and after merging, mean that while the feedback cycle is good prior to the merge, any jobs running post merge are at risk of breaking without your knowledge. Enter Zuul, an effective, modern, project gating CI system. Zuul makes use of Ansible and performs outside the scope of simple CI, featuring a cross-dependency testing system as well.

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Au plaisir de vous voir bientôt !