Tuesday, November 10, 2020
The goals of this talk is to explain the different between two common continuous deployment strategies for Kubernetes clusters.
There are two common strategies to continuous deployment to Kubernetes-based environments. The first one is a push based model, where a deployment pipeline (e.g. Jenkins / Azure Devops /…) pushes new applications to a container cluster. A second approach is a pull based model (e.g. Flux / Argo ) where services running on the cluster will pull new application configuration into the cluster.
In this talk we'll discuss both approaches, and do a compare and contrast between them. We'll also see a demo of both approaches to continuous delivery on a Kubernetes Cluster.
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