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Migrating from Flux v1 to Flux v2: Live Demo with Leigh Capili

Get ahead of the game and migrate to Flux 2! With Flux 1 in maintenance mode we want to ensure you're ready for the transition to Flux 2. We’ll demo the Flux guide on how to Migrate from Flux v1, including bootstrapping a cluster with Flux 1 and how to move it over to Flux 2. 

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Progressive Delivery Across Multiple Clusters and Cloud

In this talk Jason Morgan, Developer Evangelist at Buoyant, and Paul Curtis, Principal SA at Weaveworks are introducing the concept of progressive delivery across multiple clusters and environments. With technologies such as Linkerd, the ultra light and simple service mesh, and Weave Kubernetes Platform, teams can progressively move traffic to Kubernetes - controlled and securely. Best in class GitOps workflows ensure developer friendly operations for Kubernetes while ensuring High Availability and Disaster Recovery across multiple backends.

We will set up a true hybrid scenario that 

  • allows you to work on traffic shaping with progressive delivery methods such as blue green and canary
  • promotes workloads from dev onto production clusters from Git 

This demo will be utilizing technologies such as Weave Kubernetes Platform, Flagger and Linkerd.

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Hands-On GitOps Patterns for Helm Users with Scott Rigby

There are a lot of opinions on how to structure Flux 2 manifests the "GitOps Way." Flux maintainers have given specific examples of how to properly do this in the Flux user guides, demos, and example repos. But most of these focus on Kustomize, and not yet on patterns for users who want to only use Helm.

In this session, Scott Rigby, Developer Experience Engineer at Weaveworks, shares current work towards GitOps patterns for those who want to only use Helm with Flux 2. We welcome your feedback about use-cases and challenges!

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Cloud Native Engineering with SRE and GitOps

Site reliability engineering (SRE), a model championed by Google, is a software engineering approach to IT operations. For companies striving to become cloud native and adopting modern tools such as Kubernetes, SRE best practices are crucial for success. 

In this webinar, Brice, one of our seasoned Customer Reliability Engineers will show how to design a fail-proof Kubernetes platform using tried and tested SRE and GitOps methods.

  • He will share best practices on:
  • Increasing performance and ensuring scalability 
  • Managing incident responses through disaster recovery 
  • Designing for High Availability in Kubernetes 
  • Achieving 360 visibility and alerts for your platform

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