CI/CD and all things DevOps: With topics covering continuous delivery, migrating to microservices, and the changes related to a cloud native architecture. Our group connects professionals in the pursuit of sharing practices, networking, and exploring other such technology advances.
Formerly Jenkins Area Meetup, JAM is getting an upgrade, where we can chat about all things continuous delivery. While Jenkins remains the favorite CI solution lots has changed including Blue Ocean and Jenkins X.
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In order to expand the group, we will hold meetings in both Santa Fe, Albuquerque and Zoom to address our more remote members.
Testing applications running on Kubernetes is difficult! You may have noticed some of the shortcomings if you're running integration or end-to-end tests in your DevOps pipeline. For example, authenticating CI to access your cluster leaves potential security holes, challenges storing your test artifacts, and added complexities slowing down the testing process. You may even store your testing tools’ screenshots and recordings for future access. Eventually, the added toil causes your team to deprioritize running tests.
Whether you are a developer, tester, or DevOps practitioner, you should leverage the power of Cloud Native Testing to take a new approach to testing your Kubernetes Applications. In this presentation, Abdallah will help you become the person who is doing and enabling others to execute tests in a complex Kubernetes environment painlessly. Join us!