Introducing new training for Extending Kubernetes with Operators and Serverless with Knative

Today, we are delighted to announce the availability of two new training courses.

  • Extending Kubernetes with Operators
  • Serverless on Kubernetes with Knative

Exploring Tekton's cloud native CI/CD primitives

A quick glance at the CNCF Landscape reveals the wide range of CI/CD solutions that currently exist. Each of these has its own API, configuration (YAML) format, definitions, pricing structures and quirks for creating pipelines. In spite of all this variety, all solutions have certain requirements in common. They need to: access source code to execute tests and tasks declare the order of executing tests and builds pull and push build artifacts based on the tested source code publish the built source code to a live environment Instead of declaring these underlying concepts using a domain-specific/company-specific implemetation, wouldn’t it be nice to map these CI/CD pipeline components to Kubernetes objects?

Continuous Deployment and Automated Canary Analysis with Spinnaker and Kubernetes

Spinnaker is a cloud-native continuous delivery tool created at Netflix and was originally designed and built to help internal development teams release software changes with confidence. Since then it has been open-sourced and has gained the support of a growing number of mainstream cloud providers including Google, Amazon, Microsoft, IBM and Oracle. At Jetstack we receive questions almost on a daily basis from our customers about how to deploy to Kubernetes across different environments and in some cases to clusters in multiple cloud providers/on-prem.