Git-to-k8s automation for on-prem container deployments

This is the second webinar in our Kubernetes Month series!

Speaker: Khash Sajadi (Cloud66) & Marco Ceppi (Canonical)
Date/Time: April 11, 2018 at 12PM EST / 5PM GMT

Kubernetes brings Devs and Ops close together, but that presents significant challenges for traditional CI/CD as an effective and scalable on-ramp onto clusters. A new class of solution—a Container Delivery Pipeline—embraces the fragmented, dynamic and complex nature of micro-services, and speaks the language of configuration. In this webinar with Cloud66, we will demonstrate how an automated, secure, compliant and production-minded pipeline becomes a natural complement to on-prem Kubernetes deployments using Canonical’s Distribution of Kubernetes.

 

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