[Webinar Recap] Deploying to Kubernetes with Spinnaker: Tour of the V2 Kubernetes Provider

Oct 3, 2018 by Armory

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Ethan Rogers of Armory and Lars Wander of Google joined forces to present a webinar on deploying to Kubernetes with Spinnaker using the V2 provider, the Kubernetes integration for deploying to Spinnaker.

The webinar began with a recap of the history of Kubernetes within Spinnaker with a brief look at the V1 provider and the community feedback that led to the development of the V2 provider.

We then took a deep dive into the V2 provider via a live demo of the provider. During the demo, some of the new concepts and features that help facilitate manifest-based deployments and modern development workflows, such as templating Kubernetes manifests and triggering pipelines, were explored. Discussion of Spinnaker and general software delivery best practices and open Q&A followed the demo.

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