Migration Kubernetes, QUID d’héberger une plateforme CI/CD ?

 
French Intermediate DevOps

A travers ce talk technique sous forme d’étude de cas, découvrez pourquoi il est intéressant d’héberger une forge sous Kubernetes et apprenez comment : La déployer de manière hybride en PAAS lié à une solution SAAS (GitLab, Azure DevOps) ou non (Jenkins) Y héberger ses outils (Exemples avec SonarQube et Nexus Repository) en créant ses manifestes Exécuter des pipelines de tous types (Cloud Native ou pas), préparer une image Docker pour exécuter les jobs, et optimiser la sécurité

Speaker

Cédric Leblond

MVP ALM, Consultant DevOps, Agile chez MERITIS

Cedric Leblond, consultant DevOps et Azure chez Meritis depuis 6 ans, est spécialisé en Software engineering (qualité logicielle, production et livraison). Il accompagne les entreprises dans la modernisation de leurs pratiques de développement, et se concentre depuis 2008 sur les sujets de « Continuous Delivery » ainsi que la mise en place de plateformes. Il est également un contributeur très actif au sein de la communauté DevOps de Meritis, et assure depuis de nombreuses années une veille technologique et un partage de ses connaissances. (.Net Ranger, co-organisateur FlowCon, animateur AZUG FR, MVP Azure)

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