Keptn, a CNCF project, is currently being adopted by DevOps & SRE teams around the world helping them reduce custom delivery and operations scripting by up to 90%. A prominent local example is Raiffeisen Software who are automating their release validation process with Keptn. Keptn is a control plane that runs on Kubernetes (such as AKS). At its core it uses an event-driven engine connecting your existing DevOps tools (Azure DevOps, GitHub, Jenkins, JMeter, Prometheus, Terraform, Jira … ). At the core of the orchestration it follows SRE practices by automatically evaluating SLOs (Service Level Objectives) to make data driven decisions on how to orchestrate your delivery and operational processes! Join this session where Juergen Etzlstorfer and Andreas Grabner, both Keptn Maintainers, explain the core use cases, how the Azure community is adopting it and how you can get started in minutes.
Andreas Grabner (@grabnerandi) has 20+ years of experience as a software developer, tester and architect and is an advocate for high-performing cloud scale applications. He is a contributor and DevRel for the CNCF open source project keptn (www.keptn.sh). Andreas is also a regular contributor to the DevOps community, a frequent speaker at technology conferences and regularly publishes articles on blog.dynatrace.com or medium. In his spare time you can most likely find him on one of the salsa dancefloors of the world (will resume once Covid is behind us)!
Jürgen is the Developer Engagement Lead for Microsoft Austria. He has been working in the industry in the roles of a developer, researcher, product manager, and evangelist in the last 10 years+. Jürgen is a maintainer of the Keptn open-source project and loves to share his experience with the community. He is the co-organizer of the Cloud-Native Computing Linz meetup.
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