Red Hat Tech Talk for Westpac: Tekton - Does the world really need another CI/CD Pipeline?
In this Tech Talk we look at Tekton, the Kubernetes-native CI/CD, through the objective lens of the more traditional Jenkins Pipelines running on Kubernetes and attempt to answer the question whether the world really needs another CI/CD toolchain.
We'll compare and contrast the approaches with a discussion and demo of how the two CI/CD products implement the typical pipeline phases of building a java application (e.g. build, test, analyse, image-build, etc) in Kubernetes. And we'll find out what Tekton has to do with a cheesy "Reese's Peanut Butter Cups" commercial from the 1980s.
No prior knowledge of Tekton is necessary and links to a demo repo will be provided for those that persevere to the end of the talk!
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Who can benefit from this Tech Talk?
Anyone who works with applications deployed on Kubernetes and is involved in the set up, maintenance, and/or usage of a CI/CD toolchain. Those that are curious why Google, Red Hat, and others are investing so heavily in yet another approach to CI/CD.
Questions? Please contact Luke Audie at email@example.com
|Date :||Thursday 30 July 2020|
|Time :||12 PM to 1 PM AEST|
Grand Hyatt Melbourne
123 Collins St
Melbourne , Australia
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Date: Thursday, November 1, 2019
Time: XX:XX – XX:XX CET
(Registration opens 30 minutes earlier)
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