Continuous Integration and Delivery (CI/CD) has vast benefits, from reducing development risks to automating monotonous tasks. An automated build pipeline is at the heart of all modern software development. Join us for this event led by Dev9’s CTO, Gabe Hicks, where we’ll discuss why CI/CD is critical in today’s Cloud software environment, and discover the vast benefits of adopting these practices. Hear from Google Cloud’s developer Carter Morgan on CI/CD deployment as the first step towards production readiness and how having your CI/CD pipeline in place will position you to compete with the multi-release workflow that modern organizations employ today.
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Learn how to create a modern build pipeline on the Google Cloud Platform using Google Cloud Container Builder, Jenkins and Spinnaker.
Understand how to handle on-premise and Cloud deployments on Spinnaker.
Gain insight into how to leverage Jenkins to support the continuous integration in any environment.
Using Kubernetes concepts for deploying containerized applications.
How to set up multi-tenant environments.
About the Presenters
Chief Technology Officer at Dev9
Gabe Hicks has been with Dev9 since its’ founding in 2010. With over 20 years of experience, he has held roles ranging from software architect to CTO. Gabe has experience in many industries and organization types ranging from start-ups to multinational enterprises. Gabe drives Dev9’s delivery of software services on Cloud partner platforms with Google Cloud Platform, AWS and Microsoft Azure. Gabe has led teams in planning and design of solutions for companies in fields such as healthcare, retail, communications and entertainment. Since joining Dev9, he has built core applications for numerous, large-scale consumer facing systems.
Developer Programs Engineer at Google
Carter Morgan, a Developer Programs Engineer at Google, co-created the Udacity course "Scalable Microservices with Kubernetes" and presented "Best Practices for Orchestrating the Cloud with Kubernetes" at Google IO16. On the side, he teaches presentation skills to other Googlers. Before Google, Carter was coding for the United States Air Force and for Microsoft. In his free time, he's a regular in the local Seattle standup comedy scene.