Learn Spinnaker via these Training Videos

Mar 30, 2018 by DROdio

Armory’s Platform is comprised of four layers of value. At the Core is our enterprise ditribution of Spinnaker, the continuous delivery platform that codifies the software delivery best practices that put Netflix and Google a decade ahead of most other companies.

Ethan Rogers, a Senior Build & Release Engineer and Spinnaker expert has teamed up with Armory to publish a series of instructional videos to help those new to Spinnaker understand how it works, and how to use it to get to Stage 5 in software delivery evolution.

Find the following videos (and more) in Armory’s Knowledge Base:

  • Overview – What is Spinnaker?
  • Overview – Concepts / Naming Conventions
  • How to Create Pipelines
  • How to Build a Pipeline
  • Various Pipeline Stages- We have many more videos to come!

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