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Wednesday, April 1 • 4:00pm - 4:45pm
Progressive Delivery: CI/CD for the age of Kubernetes

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Continuous delivery has been a driving force behind software development, testing and deployment for years, and CI/CD best-practices are evolving with the advent of new technologies like Kubernetes and Istio.

Progressive delivery, a term coined by James Governor of Redmonk, is a new approach to continuous delivery that includes “a new basket of skills and technologies… Such as canarying, feature flags, [and] A/B testing at scale”.

Zach will provide an overview of progressive delivery and how service mesh enables it. Then, Andrew will demo a canary deployment combining service mesh and Flagger, a progressive delivery operator. Traditional canary deployments shift traffic, so bad canaries still partially degrade user experience – Andrew will show an enhancement that mirrors traffic before shifting, which can prevent bad canaries from being visible to any users. He will compare traffic mirroring to other techniques, exploring when you might choose what kinds of progressive delivery.

Speakers
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Andrew Jenkins

CTO, Aspen Mesh
Andrew co-founded Aspen Mesh because he observed containerized microservices making communication resiliency ever more important, but also more challenging to build and manage at scale. His software and hardware engineering background is in communication and networking including building... Read More →
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Zach Jory

Head of Marketing, Aspen Mesh
Zach has spent a decade in technology, most recently focused on open source and infrastructure software. Before joining Aspen Mesh as Head of Marketing, he worked at IBM in different product and marketing roles across Cloud, Big Data and IoT. When he’s not thinking about how a service... Read More →


Wednesday April 1, 2020 4:00pm - 4:45pm CEST
Track 4