GitOps has been a leading pattern for infrastructure and deployment automations, not just in the Cloud Native ecosystem, but IT in general.
This time, you can learn about two prominent solutions in the Cloud Native space that can help you, your team or company automate a fair portion of your software lifecycle management, thus making your software (and business) more stable and reliable.
Scroll down to see the agenda.
After the presentations, we can head to a nearby bar and continue our discussion over a few beers. 🍻
ℹ️ The presentations will be in English.
The meetup will be hosted at the offices of EPAM Hungary.
When approaching on foot, look for the beach flags (there is also a Padthai Wokbar around the corner). The entrance is next to the main reception area.
For those using public transport:
Take Metro line 3 to the "Semmelweis Klinikák" stop. It's a 5-minute walk from there.
For Tram lines 4 and 6, alight at the "Corvin negyed" stop and pass through Corvin Plaza. It's approximately a 10-minute walk.
For those arriving by car: you can park on Szigony utca (paid parking).
Maker of Gimlet.io
Wednesday, February 28, 2024 4:30 PM – 7:00 PM UTC
The presentation will consist of three parts: a brief introduction of Kubernetes and Gitlab: why do we love them with their shortcomings?
The second part builds on this and presents the ArgoCD tool, which is a practical link between Git and Kubernetes through GitOps.
Finally, I will show how ArgoCD can help in development and testing by implementing feature branch deployment.
Break (Pizza!!!!!) 🍕 🍺
🍿 Presentation: Platform building with Flux (László Fogas, Gimlet)
Gimlet is a Flux-based IDP that allows automating common deployment tasks as well as solving some of the trickier challenges on Kubernetes. In this talk, I'll cover the following topics:
The Flux (shit)show - ecosystem news; Why Flux?; Yak shaving in the bike shed; What gitops did not give us; Jobs to be done: deploy, rollback, preview deploys; The world as CRDs