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Flux’s Security & Scalability with OCI & Helm (Part 2)

With Flux, you can distribute and reconcile Kubernetes configuration packaged as OCI artifacts. Instead of connecting Flux to a Git repository where the application desired state is defined, you can connect Flux to a container registry where you’ll push the application deploy manifests, right next to the application container images.

During this session Kingdon Barrett, OSS Engineer at Weaveworks & Flux Maintainer, will show you how to quickly create scalable and Cosign-verified GitOps configurations with Flux using the same process with two demo environments: one will be a Kustomize Environment and the other a Helm-based environment.

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Securing Your App Deployments with Tunnels, OIDC, RBAC, and Progressive Delivery with Weave GitOps & Traefik Labs

In a joint webinar with Traefik Labs, we’ll show how Traefik Hub, a SaaS-based cloud native networking platform, helps you publish your containers securely in seconds with tunnels, OIDC authentication and automated TLS certificate management. And, how you can combine that with Weave GitOps to achieve continuous application delivery using progressive delivery strategies for risk-free and reliable deployments. Security is key, so we’ll be showcasing multi-tenancy for full RBAC across the different deployment stages, and trusted delivery best practices for continuous security and compliance baked in.

  • To utilize canary deployments for reliable and risk-free application deployments.
  • GitOps lets you automate and secure the publishing of containers at the edge consistently.
  • Easy it is to deploy, update and manage your application workloads on Kubernetes.
  • To publish containers securely using tunnels, OIDC authentication and TLS certificate management.

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Shift Deployment Security Left with Weave GitOps & Upbound’s Universal Crossplane

In this session, we’ve partnered with Upbound to showcase how to effectively manage application delivery while maintaining a high level of security using Weave GitOps and Upbound. Managing a stateful application deployment with a relational database, Weave GitOps can recognize if there is a policy violation and correct it before deploying the application. 

Join us as we demonstrate the scenarios where:

  • All changes to application configuration are managed through Git workflows
  • Upbound’s Universal Crossplane allows you to build, deploy, and manage your cloud platforms
  • GitOps provides an extra layer of security by removing the need for direct access to Kubernetes clusters
  • Policy-as-Code guarantees security, resilience and coding standards compliance

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Live Webinar: Accelerating Hybrid Multistage Delivery with Weave GitOps on EKS

Join Darren Madams, Solutions Architect at Weaveworks and Rama Ponnuswami, Sr. Container Specialist at AWS, as they walk through accelerating Multi-stage delivery on GitOps. If you already have EKS-A, you are ready to automate the release of multistage delivery. Thus, allowing you to deploy more often and reliably with less overhead.

In this Webinar, we will cover:

  • Best practices for CI/CD, GitOps and Application Pipeline Management
  • Simple cluster management across Kubernetes hybrid infrastructure
  • Multistage deployments using Weave GitOps for EKS and EKS-A using a single UI dashboard

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Implementing Flux for Scale with Soft Multi-tenancy

Soft multi-tenancy can be hard to achieve and secure. Multiple tenants sharing the same cluster means there are global objects, like Custom Resource Definitions (CRDs), namespaces, and so on, that you don’t want tenants controlling. You should separate platform admins, cluster admins, and tenants, with dedicated namespaces, role binding, node groups, taints and tolerations, etc.

Flux enforces tenant isolation by default, so you don’t have to worry about accidental tenant cross-contamination.

In this session, Priyanka “Pinky” Ravi, Developer Experience Engineer at Weaveworks, will walk you through how to set up multi-tenancy on an existing Kubernetes cluster and manage several tenants within the cluster.

Take advantage of the benefits that come with infrastructure as code.

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