Modern continous delivery on Azure Kubernetes Service

English Intermediate DevOps

Continuous delivery (CD) might be a challenging and daunting task to set up and maintain based on 1000+ lines of pipeline code - but it doesn’t have to be this way. Modern tools can make your application deployment and delivery process an efficient, quick, and sustainable commodity without requiring a lot of configuration. In this talk you will learn 1) how to employ new delivery models such as blue/green deployments, and 2) how to integrate quality gates into pipelines to ensure no bad code changes can make it to production. We are going to use the open-source tool Keptn that is based on SRE principles to define delivery and operation workflows and will be doing a live deployment with quality gates on Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS).


Jürgen Etzlstorfer

Technology Strategist, Dynatrace

Jürgen is a Technology Strategist at Dynatrace. He is a core contributor to the keptn Open Source project and responsible for the strategy and integration of self-healing techniques and tools into the keptn framework. Getting things done by automating them drives his daily work. He is not only passionate about developing new software, but also loves to share his experience, most recently at conferences on Kubernetes based technologies and automation.

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