After a couple of introductory slides we will demonstrate how to get stuff done with Jenkins X. We will show how to setup your own Jenkins X based CI/CD system in the cloud with OOTB integration for Helm, Chartmuseum and Monocular, how to use automated provisioning to testing, staging, ephemeral and production environments via helm charts and GitOps and much much more
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James Strachan, James Rawlings and Rob Davies, CI/CD with Jenkins X on Kubernetes
Rob Davies is the Director of Engineering for FUSE, the open source division of Progress Software. FUSE delivers certified, productized and supported versions of Apache ServiceMix, ActiveMQ, CXF and Camel for use in enterprise IT organisations.
I work on Jenkins X building next gen CI/CD platform on Kubernetes. Automating the world one pipeline at a time.
James Strachan created the Groovy programming language and Apache Camel and was one of the founders of these open source projects: Apache ActiveMQ, Apache ServiceMix, fabric8 and hawtio. James is currently Senior Consulting Software Engineer at Red Hat and has more than 20 years experience in enterprise software development with a background in finance, consulting, and middleware. He also loves microservices.