If you are a Spinnaker Open Source user, you are probably waiting for the automated canary analysis (Kayenta project) to be made available publicly. Kayenta project is being actively developed by Netflix and the Google team. and the good news is that it is close to being released (targeted for 1.7 version)
You can hear all about it at this below Spinnaker Meetup at Netflix campus on April 16th co-hosted by Netflix and the OpsMx team.
Kayenta project was initially discussed in the Spinnaker summit in last September and video from that session is below.
In this meetup, OpsMx presented on how to deploy to the OpenShift platform from Spinnaker by our very own Gopinath Rebala (CTO of OpsMx).
You can watch the video of that session below
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Your developers have adopted containers and microservices applications. You have implemented continuous integration tools like Jenkins. But your software delivery is still slow due to high ceremony release approvals, manual judgment of releases and myriad of scripts to roll-out and roll-back cloud deployments. So in essence, you need to modernize your software delivery to meet the increasing demand for speed of innovation from your customers.
We are setting up a webinar for you to learn if Spinnaker is the right choice for your Continuous Delivery solution on April 11th at 10am PT/1am ET.
What you will learn in the webinar:
- Top requirements for next-generation Continuous Delivery solutions
- Choosing between Open Source CD and Closed Source CD solutions.
- Introduction to Spinnaker enterprise CD solution
- Top features and benefits of Spinnaker
- Spinnaker demo – Deploying to AWS and Kubernetes
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