Netflix and Google Teams Written O’Reilly Book which discuss using Spinnaker for Continuous Delivery

May 15, 2018 by DROdio

The Netflix and Google teams have written a fantastic book on using Spinnaker for Continuous Delivery. It’s an excellent (and quick) read, and a great book to share with engineering teams, leaders, and even executives that want to better understand how to leverage the power of software within their businesses.

Here are some tidbits from the book to give you an idea of its contents:

The evolution of software delivery:

Spinnaker use-cases beyond just deployments:

Sophisticated application deployment strategies:

An entire section on Spinnaker + Kubernetes:

Details on how to limit your blast radius through canary deployments:


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