Jan 18, 2021 by Ryan Cartwright
Adopting container and microservice-based cloud-native architectures have been proven by many organizations to help meet customers’ demands faster and achieve business agility. However, containerized architectures also require an increase in speed, frequency, and consistency of application deployments. For development and operations teams seeking to transition to cloud-native, new challenges also arise with the complexity of moving away from manual scripting and ensuring deployments are automated, traceable, and repeatable.
Chief Technology Officers (CTOs), DevOps and engineering leaders, developers, cloud architects, and site reliability engineers.
Tracy Ragan, Ambassador, DevOps Institute
Tracy is the CEO and Co-Founder of DeployHub and also currently serves as a board member of the Continuous Delivery Foundation (Linux Foundation) where she is the General Member Representative. Tracy is an expert in configuration management practices, microservices and CI/CD.
Kishore Vinjam, Partner Solutions Architect at AWS
An experienced Silicon Valley technology enthusiast, Kishore Vinjam is a Partner Solution Architect at AWS, covering AWS Marketplace, AWS Service Catalog, and AWS Control Tower. He is an AWS Certified Solutions Architect, with infrastructure management and governance and solution design and development at scale as his core skills. His work experience includes architecting complex solutions and migration strategies for organizations of different sizes at several phases of their technology innovations.
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We’re very proud to announce that Armory’s new product — Armory Continuous-Deployment-as-a-Service or CD-as-a-Service — now supports progressive canary deployments using Service Mesh Interface (SMI). For those put off by the preceding jumble of buzzwords and acronyms, let me try to give a simple explanation. Armory CD-as-a-Service allows users (you!) to safely deploy software to […]
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