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Resiliency and Load distribution

Introduction When scaling a network service, there are always two concerns: resiliency and load distribution, to understand these concepts let us first understand the broader term “Redundancy”. Redundancy is the duplication of a component to increase reliability of the system, usually in the form of a backup, fail-safe, or to improve actual system performance. Resiliency […]

How to Take the Pain of Rollbacks out of Deployments

  Software applications have become an integral part of the business climate in most modern organizations. With an ever-increasing demand for new features and enhancement of already-existing ones, software teams constantly face novel challenges, and the pace of software development is growing by the day. To keep up with this fast-paced business climate, software teams […]

Armory Policy Engine – CD Governed Admission Policy

In this demonstration, I’ve configured OPA policy at the K8s cluster, allowing only the Spinnaker service account to create a deployment via the kube-api server. Additionally, I’ve defined a policy within the pipeline via Armory Policy Engine, requiring all images be specified with a tag other than ‘latest’. This demonstrates the centralization and consolidation of […]

#SpeedOfLife First Week Recap

It Begins We started the #SpeedOfLife campaign last week, yay! It has been a bumpy start but we’re happily moving forward. The first person I spoke with about delivering software at the speed of life was our CEO at Armory, DROdio. I posted a snippet of our conversation on Twitter last week and here that […]

What Does It Mean To Deliver Software At The #SpeedOfLife?

In this blog post, I’m excited to announce the #SpeedOfLife campaign that I will be leading for the month of May. I’m looking forward to getting to know more of the awesome people who make up our DevOps community. What is #SpeedOfLife? #SpeedOfLife is a social campaign meant to highlight users and experts in the […]

Understanding the ABCs of CD

One of the biggest challenges to implementing DevOps is the proper organization of people to solve complex technical problems.  I saw this when I worked at GitHub and talked to executives about moving to Git over SVN or implementing a collaboration platform to share code transparently across an organization.  They all made the assumption that […]

Policy deployment and self governance with Spinnaker

Learn how to leverage Spinnaker for OPA Policy Deployment, and how to leverage OPA Policies to govern spinnaker.

🚀📈📉 What Personal Finance & Software Delivery Have in Common

Get rich quick schemes or expensive consultants that promise to revolutionize your software delivery lifecycle are a dime a dozen. But there is no secret sauce for personal finance. All the advice you’ll ever need to be a personal finance savant fits on an index card. Software delivery is the same.

Armory and Spinnaker on AWS bring scalable CD pipeline to Glovo

Executive Summary Glovo, a Barcelona, Spain-based startup began its journey in 2015 to become the globe’s on-demand marketplace that can deliver anything to their customers ordered through its mobile application. The three-sided marketplace serves customers, couriers, and vendors, which means there are a lot of moving pieces to it. As the company grew from serving […]

Armory Agent + VMware Tanzu Enables Dynamic Consumption of Kubernetes on vSphere

What do Armory Agent and VMware Tanzu have in common? They enable dynamic consumption of Kubernetes in a Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC)! Armory Agent is a newly announced feature of Spinnaker by Armory. It provides easier on-boarding and extends scalability for Kubernetes endpoints within Spinnaker. With the Armory Agent, on-boarding becomes as simple as […]
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