Finally posting this after my speaking engagement at KubeCon_Seattle in November 2016. Thanks to all that came. My hope is releasing our Deployment Pipeline will help the Kubernetes community build an ecosystem of open source CI/CD pipelines to support an awesome platform. Below the video are links to the various open source projects we have…
Just figured I would add this for posterity sake. The Pearson Bitesize team open sourced our deployment pipeline plugin at KubeCon Seattle on Monday Nov. 8th 2016. Kubernetes Continuous Deployment Pipeline https://github.com/pearsontechnology/deployment-pipeline-jenkins-plugin
For those interested. Here is the recording from my talk in London March 12, 2016. After watching, its hard to believe how many cool things we have done just since this conference.
First off. All credit for this goes to my friend Simas. I’m simply relaying what he has accomplished because it would be a shame if others didn’t benefit from his expertise. He is truly talented in this space and provides simple yet elegant designs that just work. Coming into my current position we have 400+ development…
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