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August 17–August 20, 2020

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Tuesday, August 18 • 11:05 - 11:40
Build an Automatic Canary Release Pipeline in a Kubernetes-native Way - Michael Maximilien, IBM

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Tekton and Knative are two Kubernetes-native open source projects to extend Kubernetes capabilities. They have defined a series of powerful and flexible Kubernetes objects, in order to build CI/CD pipeline, to create event driven flows, and to manage serverless applications. This presentation will introduce and demonstrate how Tekton and Knative collaborate seamlessly to build an automatic canary release pipeline in a Kubernetes-native way.

In this session, you will learn how to monitor CI/CD events with Knative Eventing, how to extract information from events payloads and feed these information into a CI/CD pipeline with Tekton Trigger, how to define a k8s-style pipeline to build and deploy serverless applications with Tekton Pipeline, how to manage traffics with Knative Serving, and more importantly, how these components work together to build the automatic canary release pipeline.

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Michael Maximilien

CTO, IBM Cloud
CTO for IBM driving platform-as-a-service and Serverless OSS projects across the company. Leader for all of IBM Serverless developers. Active member of the Knative community, one of four committers in Knative client project.


Tuesday August 18, 2020 11:05 - 11:40
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