Why OpsMx for Spinnaker?

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If you are reading this, you are probably evaluating Spinnaker for continuous delivery of your cloud-native applications to Kubernetes, AWS, GCP, Azure or OpenShift. Spinnaker is an opensource project that has achieved serious traction in many organizations including Netflix, Waze,… Continue Reading →

User Story: Spinnaker at Cisco

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Spinnaker continuous delivery is continuing to gain traction at large enterprises looking into automated and programmable multi-cloud deployments.  At the recent Spinnaker Summit in Seattle,  Cisco presented their lessons learned in their adoption of Spinnaker enterprise-wide for 3000+ applications and 6000… Continue Reading →

Configuring Spinnaker Authentication with Azure Active Directory

Purpose The purpose of the document is to guide one to setup Spinnaker app to authenticate against Azure Active Directory (AAD). Scope The procedure here is tested on Spinnaker 1.16.2 (distributed installation) in Dev environment, and was also validated in… Continue Reading →

Red Hat Certified Spinnaker: Now Available

There have been many requests for Spinnaker on Red Hat containers by the community and our customers. Where our customers often have regulatory requirements around security, and compliance, and as a result require Red Hat Certified Images. Today we’ve released… Continue Reading →

Auto Triggering of Spinnaker Pipeline by Git Push

This guide explains how to configure Spinnaker v1.16.1 to trigger pipelines based on commits to a GitHub repository and inject changed GitHub files as artifacts into a pipeline. 1. Prerequisites A GitHub repository either under your user, or in an… Continue Reading →

Running a Spinnaker service behind HTTP proxy server

This blog focus on how to run a spinnaker service( Clouddriver, Echo, etc) behind an HTTP proxy server. For most Spinnaker service communication, this can be accomplished by setting appropriate JVM options for the service you want to proxy. For… Continue Reading →

Setting up Google Cloud Build (GCB) as CI System within Spinnaker

1. Prerequisites Source Code in GitHub Spinnaker 1.16 1.1 Source Code Repository in GitHub Prepare a GitHub repository with some source code to build and it must contain either a Dockerfile or a cloudbuild.yaml file to configure the build. 1.2… Continue Reading →

Deploying Helm Chart to Kubernetes using Spinnaker

Spinnaker is a multi-cloud and multi-environment Continuous Deployment tool. One of the target environment is Kubernetes(k8s) to deploy micro-services. Why Helm Chart? Creating multiple manifest files and performing kubectl apply command for every manifest makes it cumbersome. So, something similar… Continue Reading →

Spinnaker blue/green deployment for Kubernetes

Spinnaker introduced traffic management in Kubernetes deployments in version 1.14. In this blog we discuss Blue/Green deployment strategy and how to configure in Spinnaker using traffic management. Red/Black or Blue/Green Strategy : Red/Black is to deploy a new version of… Continue Reading →

Deploying Spinnaker in GKE with LDAP authentication

Spinnaker has some quirks when enabled for ldap authentication, especially the login URL. When deploying Spinnaker using the published Helm chart, gate is available on /gate on deck. But the login URL gets routed to /login and after successful login… Continue Reading →

Spinnaker 1.16 – What’s New

Spinnaker 1.16 release was released on 9th Sep 2019. This release bring in a lot of highlights. Here we share the summary of important improvements. Dynamic Accounts for Echo and Igor Spring Cloud Config has been integrated into Echo and… Continue Reading →

Configuring dynamic accounts in clouddriver for kubernetes

This technical blog focus on how to configure spinnaker’s new feature of dynamic account loading in Clouddriver for Kubernetes provider. This feature is introduced in 1.15.x. This feature is an outcome of Spring Cloud Config integration into Clouddriver, to add… Continue Reading →

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