Workshop: Continuous Delivery with Spinnaker

Level: 
Intermediate

When:

9:00am - 12:00pm

Prerequisites

Participants should bring their laptops.

Spinnaker (http://www.spinnaker.io) is an open source, multi-cloud continuous delivery platform built by Netflix in partnership with Google, Microsoft, and others. At Netflix, Spinnaker powers over 4,000 deployments a day. With Spinnaker, you can easily automate complex delivery processes into repeatable pipelines that enable rapid deployments with confidence.

This workshop will provide hands on experience building continuous delivery pipelines for deploying and promoting code across cloud virtual machines and containers. We’ll start with a git repository and work together in building repeatable pipelines that take code through packaging, deploying, promoting and rollbacks.

Attendees will learn:

  • Netflix’s application-centric model for managing cloud resources
  • Multi-cloud deployment to Cloud VMs and Kubernetes
  • How Spinnaker interacts with third party tools like Eureka, Github, Jenkins, Artifactory, Docker Registry and Slack in an end-to-end software deployment cycle
  • Pipeline triggers, stages, and notifications
  • Best practices to safely deploy new code by leveraging Spinnaker features like traffic guards, deployment windows, rollbacks and automated canary analysis

Workshop style: Hands on

Key takeaways

  • Discuss how Spinnaker interacts with third party tools
  • Learn about Netflix’s application-centric model and multi-cloud deployment
  • Gain knowledge on the best practices to safely deploy new code

Speaker: Steven Kim

Engineering manager @Google

Steven Kim is an engineering manager at Google based in New York City, focused on build and delivery systems. Prior to Google, Steven ran engineering teams at DreamWorks Animation, and was a part of the technical leadership in new initiatives at the studio.

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Speaker: Tomas Lin

Senior Software Engineer @Netflix

Tomas Lin is a senior software engineer in the Delivery Engineering team at Netflix. He has worked on Spinnaker - Netflix's open source, multi-cloud continuous delivery platform since 2013.

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