Now Available for Early Access: New Manifest Based Kubernetes Cloud Provider for Spinnaker

Mar 14, 2018 by DROdio

Lars Wander, software engineer at Google and Isaac Mosquera, CTO of Armory, presented the new manifest based Kubernetes cloud provider for Spinnaker at the Spinnaker Bay Area Meetup last night. Also presenting last night were:

  • AWS ECS Provider – Bruno Carrier, Brandon Leach / Lookout
  • Integrating Spinnaker with Custom Service Discovery (SmartStack) – Mike Phun / Box
  • Using feature flags and Spinnaker to manage canary launches – John Kodumal / Launchdarkly
  • Transition from Heroku to Spinnaker+Kubernetes on AWS – David Black / Plangrid

Here is more detail on how the Kubernetes v2 provider works, and if you’d like to get early access to this new provider, you can find the documentation here.

Here’s a full video of the Meetup:

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