Deploying to Azure Cloud using Spinnaker

Purpose Spinnaker as a renowned Continuous Delivery tool supports app deployment into all major cloud environments including Azure cloud. Here, We guide you through the configuration and pipeline setup of an app into Azure Cloud using Spinnaker. Assumptions We should be having the following items working/configured before configuring Spinnaker… Valid Azure Subscription/Account Spinnaker 1.16.2 Working Jenkins integrated with Spinnaker. Jenkins…

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MySQL for Clouddriver and Orca

 MySQL for Orca and Clouddriver on Openshift environment  In this blog, we are going to demonstrate how to configure MySQL as the datastore for Orca and Clouddriver microservices on Openshift environment pods without any downtime. These guidelines are also applicable to any Kubernetes environment. Spinnaker has been using Redis as the data store for all its microservices. We have been…

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Capital One’s journey towards building microservices

Capital one’s idea of sustained success comes from having a great technology and talent married to greater engineering strategy. The focus was on reduced software development lifecycle, improved performance, reduced mean time to recovery when software fails. To achieve these goals Capital One adopted Spinnaker. Every new development or improvement to a legacy software thereafter was done as a microservice…

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Target adopts Spinnaker

In 2017, Target’s engineering team embarked on a journey to facilitate rapid software delivery to Target stores to enable innovation and quick response to ever-evolving business needs. The team had to build a safe and expedient continuous delivery pipeline to 1,800 deployment targets. The method of deploying code in the home-grown platform was cumbersome and not adherent to best practices…

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Hello Sign – Getting ready for high growth with Spinnaker

HelloSign is a cloud-based company which aims to automate and manage Business transactions. As the company witnessed high growth – audit,compliance, regulations and accountability became extremely important. Spinnaker helped the company achieve these goals and ensure a clear road map for future growth. This presentation was presented by Nicholas Whittier at Spinnaker Summit.

Spinnaker 1.13 – What’s New

Spinnaker 1.13 release was released on March 25th,2019 and it brings a lot of exciting updates including the following. Improved streamlined experience for building, baking, and deploying of your applications to Azure on Spinnaker The older over of Azure provider has been updated. Current latest(1.13) updates provide a significantly improved experience that streamlines the building, baking, and deploying of your applications…

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Terraform vs Spinnaker: A Comparison

Two of the newest DevOps tools that are gaining in popularity are Terraform and Spinnaker.  They are similar in that they both work with multiple cloud providers. Terraform is similar to AWS Cloudformation in that you can use it to provision servers and network resources but not just with AWS but with other cloud providers and in data centers as…

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Jenkins vs Spinnaker – Comparison

Many organizations are using a combination of Jenkins and a tool like Ansible, Puppet, Chef or Salt to automate their CI/CD pipelines but find themselves having to do many steps manually or by using a series of scripts that can be hard to maintain.  Many organizations manually move software from Development to Staging to Production with time-consuming manual processes. Spinnaker…

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