If you are an existing Spinnaker user or someone looking to enable Continuous Delivery (CD) in your organization, don’t miss out on an exciting meetup event happening on August 21st at the Netflix campus in Los Gatos, CA.
We have the Spinnaker founding team and “Father of Spinnaker” – Andy Glover of Netflix Engineering team presenting on the topic of Essence of Continuous Delivery.
If that’s not enough of a motivation, we also have session discussing use cases of Automated Canary Analysis (ACA) for Spinnaker. As you may recall Canary/ACA stages were introduced recently in Spinnaker 1.1 release. You may also be interested in our pilot of our automated canary judge.
More information about the meetup can be found here:
If you can’t make it on the day, don’t fear we will record it and post it. If you want to get notified of future events from the Meetup group, make sure to join the group. We hope to schedule more events in the upcoming months and if you interested in being a speaker, drop a note to email@example.com.
Spinnaker is a continuous delivery platform that is pioneering the ability to release software faster. It is allowing thousands of enterprises to achieve release velocity never seen before. The key to increasing the velocity is to have the ability to determine with confidence that the new release can be promoted across different testing stages and eventually to production through Canary or Red/Black (aka blue-green) or Rolling update.
Leading enterprises (like Netflix which deploys more than 4000 updates a day), has proprietary decision engine to allow them to promote builds to production with confidence. However, most enterprises still are dependent on manual analysis and judgments to promote builds. Manual judgment is error prone as decisions are based on incomplete analysis and are time-consuming as the analysis are laborious. Bad builds in production introduce significant risks due to business disruptions and brand damage.
Spinnaker, a continuous delivery platform is becoming popular among software deployment teams with its superior ability to orchestrate software delivery faster, safer and across multiple clouds. With the 1.1 release, Spinnaker has introduced the ability to do even safer release deployment with the Canary deploy option (using the canary feature flag). Before this release, Red/Black deployment offered safer deployment with the ability to rollback to the prior release, if the new release had issues. Rolling Red/Black is also planned for a future release in Spinnaker. It is critical to enable automated canary analysis for the deployments to truly benefit from these safe deployment strategies.
In this blog, we will review how to set up automated analysis for Canary and Red/Black deployment strategies instead of manual judgment or verification.
Exciting news today for all CI/CD enthusiasts. Spinnaker project reached the 1.0 milestone.
Spinnaker is a continuous delivery platform that is pioneering the ability to release software faster. It is allowing thousands of enterprises to achieve release velocity never seen before. The key to increasing the software velocity is to determine with confidence that the new version can be deployed to production through safe deployments models such as Canary or Red/Black (aka blue-green).