How do you make the process of getting code into production seamless as a developer, without causing difficulties for operations?
Developers would rather avoid gatekeeping in order to have shorter feedback loops. Ops teams would rather be prepared for what's going into production and when, in order to avoid surprises and prepare support training. In this talk you will learn about the process of creating a deployment pipeline for Kubernetes using Gitlab CI, what checks you can use to catch human error early, and ways of validating that changes won’t cause problems later. This talk will improve your ability to design deployment processes which avoid developer pain but build operational trust.
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Deployment pipelines with Kubernetes
Charlotte is a backend software engineer at Dotmesh, with experience learning about, operating, and most importantly breaking Kubernetes clusters.