Auto-updating and automated container application delivery
Using Chef or Puppet to manage your containers? Manually pushing on green to your orchestration system? David Dennis outlines an easier, better way that notifies you of available stack updates, automatically creates new Dockerfiles, and integrates Slack, Bitnami Stacksmith, Jenkins, and Kubernetes.
|Talk Title||Auto-updating and automated container application delivery|
|Speakers||David Dennis (Bitnami)|
|Conference||O’Reilly Open Source Convention|
|Date||May 16-19, 2016|
Implementing an efficient application delivery chain for containers in production requires changing mindsets and practices for those used to running DevOps environments based upon virtual machines. And while there are a number of powerful orchestration engines (e.g., Kubernetes and Mesos) available to provide rolling application updates, a truly integrated pipeline links orchestration to CI and stack updates in an automated fashion using APIs and web hooks. David Dennis reviews data on current data on container deployment practices and shows how to configure a self-updating, automated container-based application delivery chain using Slack, Bitnami Stacksmith, Jenkins, and Kubernetes.