Dec 16, 2020 by Ryan Pei
Today we announced the general availability of the Spinnaker plugin framework, and already there are some awesome plugins out there that are using it. Just last month we featured a nifty plugin built by the Mayadata team that adds the ability in include Litmus Chaos testing in your pipeline. And these Spinnaker plugins keep on coming, to the benefit of everyone in the Spinnaker community!
In this video we introduce two really cool plugins that were created in partnership with AWS, to enable deployments to AWS Lambda. An awesome demo is included!
Special thanks to my friend at AWS, Nima Kaviani, for his invaluable partnership on this effort, and for all the AWS team’s support for the Spinnaker project!
Here’s some of the links referenced in the video:
And if you’d like to learn more specifically about how you can create your own Spinnaker plugin: to get started building a plugin, take a look at our docs; you can also check out this video tutorial on building a plugin using the plugin framework.
Interested in partnering with us on building a plugin? Reach out to us!
If you’re interested in browsing Spinnaker Plugins, you can also check out a few popular ones here.
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