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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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 Igor to add support for sourcing account configuration from external sources such as Git and Hashicorp’s Vault. This builds on…

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Managing Deployment of your Applications using Spinnaker

Using Spinnaker, you can manage deployments of your application in a consistent, repeatable and safe way through what is called a pipeline. In this tutorial, you will learn how to setup and deploy an application using OpsMx Spinnaker trial. You will learn how to: Create a pipeline Examine the pipeline stages Run the pipeline Manually control pipeline execution Before you…

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Spinnaker 1.15 – What’s New

Spinnaker 1.15 release was released on 19th Jul 2019. This release brings a lot of exciting highlights and updates including the following. Override Kubernetes Manifest Namespace in Deploy Manifest stage Manifest namespace can now be overridden in the Deploy Manifest stage via the Override Namespace option. If selected, the overridden namespace will be injected into each manifest before it is…

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Spinnaker Integration with AWS EC2

Overview OpsMx now provides a reference deployment guide that provide step-by-step instructions for deploying Spinnaker, which is a continuous deployment tool from Netflix Open Source Software, on the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud. In this document we will explore on how to setup EC2 as a cloud provider with Spinnaker. In AWS, an EC2 is used to launch as many…

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Spinnaker 1.14 – What’s New

Spinnaker 1.14 release was released on 20th May 2019. This release brings a lot of exciting highlights and updates including the following. Managed Pipeline Templates V2 UI: Spinnaker now supports managed templates UI for viewing, deleting or creating a new pipeline with available templates in Spinnaker. These managed templates can be constructed from visual pipeline builder json as base pipeline.…

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OpsMx Adds Spinnaker to AWS Marketplace

Overview OpsMx is excited to announce the availability of Spinnaker AMI on AWS Marketplace. The Spinnaker AMI will allow users to launch Open Enterprise Spinnaker (OES) with Minio Storage. Prerequisites Below are the mandatory configurations to launch OpsMx AMI Launch an t2.2xlarge Setup Spinnaker related security groups Mandatory to have kubernetes installed and have kubeconfig handy. Step by Step Instructions…

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