Spinnaker 1.19 – What’s New

Spinnaker 1.19 was released on 11th Mar 2020. This release brings fixes, features, and performance improvements across a wide feature set in Spinnaker. Here we share the summary of important improvements Prerequisites: This release requires Halyard Version 1.32.0 or later. List of New Fixes and Features: Removal of Kubernetes V1 Provider: It is proposed and scheduled to Kubernetes V1 provider…

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Best Practices of Terraform with Spinnaker

In this blog, we let you explore best practices implemented on Terraform Integration with Spinnaker. What is Spinnaker? Spinnaker is an open source, multi-cloud continuous delivery platform for releasing software changes with high velocity and confidence. Created at Netflix, it has been battle-tested in production by hundreds of teams over millions of deployments. It combines a powerful and flexible pipeline…

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Spinnaker 1.18 – What’s New

Overview: Spinnaker 1.18 was released on 22nd Jan 2020. This release brings fixes, features, and performance improvements across a wide feature set in Spinnaker. Here we share the summary of important improvements Prerequisites: This release requires Halyard Version 1.29.0 or later. List of New Fixes and Features: Introducing support to deploy and manager Alibaba Cloud load balancers. Supports to execute…

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Spinnaker (OES) Easy Install on Single Node Kubernetes

This blog allows user to try out Spinnaker, as a first step to setup a Continuous Delivery Pipeline. Usually, for a beginner it is always a challenge to setup a base Spinnaker. At OpsMx, we are providing a solution for this scenario. This can be tried out anyone with minimal experience in installation and configuration of an Application. Prerequisites: 32GB…

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3Ss of Spinnaker: Scalable, Simple and Safe

  1. Large scale adoption of Spinnaker We all have witnessed the ubiquitous growth of the Internet in the last few decades. Today, the Internet “connects every device” that runs software. Similarly, a declarative application delivery platform will “deliver software to any device”. As we work with enterprises to transform their software delivery, we see three fundamental pillars through which…

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Triggering a build Pipeline in GitLab from spinnaker

This blog explains how to trigger a build pipeline in GitLab from Spinnaker v1.16.1. 1.  Prerequisites 2.  Configure CI/CD pipeline with GitLab 3.  Configure a GitLab Custom Webhook Stage 4.  Configure Spinnaker Pipeline Stage 5.  Verification 1.  Prerequisites 1.1.  GitLab account Create a new Project and then add some sample CI/CD pipeline using a YAML file called ‘.gitlab-ci.yml’ to the…

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Spinnaker 1.17 – What’s New

Spinnaker 1.17 was released on 4th Nov 2019. This release bring in a lot of highlights. Here we share the summary of important improvements. Improved isolation between Kubernetes V2 accounts Clouddriver will start up significantly faster for users with many Kubernetes V2 accounts as of Spinnaker 1.17. In addition, an error communicating with one account’s cluster will not affect the…

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Red Hat Certified Operator for Spinnaker

Spinnaker Lifecycle Management In this blog we are going to explore the Red Hat Certified Spinnaker Operator to install Red Hat Certified Spinnaker. There are several ways of using the Spinnaker Operator OpenShift 4 Certified Operators Marketplace Quay, as a Custom Operator As a CRD, which omits Operator Lifecycle management The simplest approach by far is by using the OpenShift…

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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 Red Hat Certified Universal Base Image 8 based images for all Spinnaker services. These images are available from the Red…

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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 to rpm or apt-get in Linux, is required for K8s environment for installing connected release objects. Here comes the saviour…

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