Review by TheNewStack’s eBook titled CI/CD with Kubernetes on Continuous Delivery of Spinnaker

Jun 12, 2018 by DROdio

TheNewStack has written an ebook titled CI/CD with Kubernetes, which contains an entire section on Continuous Delivery with Spinnaker.

If you’d like to learn more about how Spinnaker works with Kubernetes, this is a good place to start. Download the entire ebook here.
For a more in-depth read on Spinnaker, we recommend this O’Reilly ebook written by Netflix and Google engineers.

TheNewStack’s ebook also contains sections on:

  • DevOps Patterns
  • KubeCon + CloudNativeCon: The Best CI/CD Tool For Kubernetes Doesn’t Exist
  • Cloud-Native Application Patterns
  • Aqua Security: Improve Security with Automated Image Scanning Through CI/CD
  • Google Cloud: A New Approach to DevOps With Spinnaker on Kubernetes
  • Monitoring in the Cloud-Native Era

Here are some of the highlights of how Kubernetes is explained:

Here are some highlights of the Spinnaker section:

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