Integrate ZooKeeper with Armory Spinnaker
Questions about Integrations?
ZooKeeper is a key/value store. It is strongly consistent and extremely versatile. Application developers can use ZooKeeper in a myriad of ways and can be leveraged by Spinnaker to enable complex workflows.
How the Integration Works:
- Service Discovery: Spinnaker can use ZooKeeper to discover other services, similar to the use of DNS. A more advanced use case would be traffic shaping.
- KV Store: ZooKeeper’s key/value store is very flexible and can integrate with Spinnaker in many ways. Ranging from dynamic configuration, coordination, leader election, and more. Stages within Spinnaker can be used to interact with modifying the KV store systematically. That means during a deployment pipeline new masters selected, backend databases can be swapped, etc.
- Feature Flagging: Spinnaker can update a feature flag while running a deployment pipeline. This can be used in many ways included but not limited to A/B testing.
Automate Software Delivery
Today, most engineering organizations manage their application deployments, K/V store updates and service discovery using different tools and in the worst-case, manually. Spinnaker provides a single pane of glass to manage all of your software delivery that is repeatable and automated.
Reducing Architecture Complexity
By combining client and service side service discovery with Spinnaker it reduces your overall service discovery footprint reducing engineering overhead and mean-time-to-resolution (MTTR) when errors occur
Ship Faster With Confidence
Spinnaker provides safety and reliability out of the box. Using Spinnaker’s sophisticated deployment methodologies to all of your software delivery gives you the extra confidence you need to deploy faster.
This feature currently exists as an Armory experiment in the form of a Run Job or webhook stage. Our Professional Services Team is happy to help customers implement the solution.
If you're interested in a native integration, contact us! We'd love to hear your feedback and use case.