From Legacy to GitOps

Spanish Intermediate DEVOPS

En esta sesion se hablara de la implementacion de la metodologia GitOps partiendo de un modelo legacy basado en AWS ECS. Se comenta todo el proceso de automatizaciones llevado a cabo mediante Azure DevOps + ArgoCD para el despliegue de aplicaciones en clusters de Kubernetes, asi como algunos consejos y mejoras para las pipelines de CI/CD.


Gonzalo Izquierdo Gracia

Software Engineer, DevOps

Software Engineer/DevOps en Hiberus. Con cinco años de experiencia como desarrollador de Python y DevOps. Tratando de aprender cada dia nuevas tecnologias y en proceso de especializacion para entornos cloud y metodologias DevOps.

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