Microservices revolutionized the way we look at app development and is now one of the most popular programming architectures. Now, Docker alongside Kubernetes is changing the way teams look at deployments of these microservices. Kubernetes provides powerful production-grade orchestration for your “Dockerized” microservices.
In this workshop, you’ll get an overview of Kubernetes, and what it provides for application development. You’ll then go through the process of building and deploying a microservice application on Kubernetes.
This is a hands-on-keyboard lab, everyone should come with a laptop and a desire to learn. Attendees can use minikube locally, or cloud accounts will be provided. We’ll cover:
Please bring your laptop running a copy of Chrome or Firefox. We will be doing everything online and via a cloud shell.
When GoCD was created about a decade ago it was the first server built specifically for continuous delivery. A lot has changed in that decade, both in the software we’re deploying and the types of pipelines needed to work with it.
In this Workshop, participants will use Helm to provision a new GoCD system on kubernetes, configure it to automatically stop and start build agents, and set it up to use pipeline configurations as code.
Once the server is provisioned, attendees will create pipelines which test and deploy software to a kubernetes cluster.
Requirements and prerequisites for this session will be updated approximately one month before the event. Bring your laptop.
This workshop is geared towards senior technical leaders and organizational change agents (executives, directors, senior architects, heads of Agile/DevOps Centers of Excellence, etc.). A recent workshop attendee commented, “Attending this workshop was worth the price of the ticket alone!”
Senior leaders embarking on a DevOps initiative often struggle to determine where to start, what to do, and how to approach the journey. The advantages of DevOps are well-documented, but it is estimated that over the next 5 years, 75% of DevOps initiatives will fail to fully meet the expectations of the business and stakeholders. This is a fully interactive workshop with a seasoned DevOps transformation expert. We will discuss practical steps and actions specifically around culture, practices, and technology that a leader can take to significantly increase the probability of a successful DevOps transformation. We will view DevOps holistically through the six core disciplines and step through a diagnostic to raise awareness of problematic areas and discuss potential solutions. Attendees will be given a succinct, but practical guide, “Navigating Your DevOps Journey.”
The address is 24 Shelby Street, Indianapolis, IN 46202.