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Spinnaker and Speedboats, CI/CD at Scale


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Sponsored by harness

Wednesday, February 17, 2021
1 p.m. ET

The goal of Continuous Delivery is the ability to get changes into production in a safe and sustainable way. A choice in the Continuous Delivery tool landscape is Spinnaker which was originally created by Netflix and has been around for several years.   Like any technology that impacts the organization, implementing and leveraging Spinnaker is a journey.

Learn in this session from an organization that has gone through the Spinnaker journey starting from migrating from a homegrown deployment solution to Spinnaker. As the demands have risen from an Amazon ECS to Kubernetes migration, learn about what worked well and what the challenges were with a new technology, Spinnaker. With the challenges of a modern enterprise, tips and tricks to get the sailboat Spinnaker to move like a speedboat.  

  • The journey from a homegrown solution to a Continuous Delivery platform.  
  • Overview, fundamentals, and potential challenges with Spinnaker. 
  • Cloud-native pipelines that can now be built in minutes empowering developers. 
Bryan Feuling
Solutions Architect - Harness
Bryan began his tech career as a Help Desk Technician for a Fortune 200 company. His experience includes Database Administration, Application Development, Automation Engineering, and more. He has worked with hundreds of companies to help them avoid the same issues, pains, and engineer burnout that he saw and still sees in the industry.
Erik Ahrend
DevOps Engineer - MakerBot
Erik is the Lead cloud software architect at Makerbot, I provide assistance to developers regarding cloud-native application design, breaking apart monolithic designs into smaller services, and automating myself out of a job. I've worked in the cloud development/DevOps field for 5+ years at small start-ups and large enterprises.

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