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GitOps Core Concepts & How to Teach Your Teams

New to GitOps? Join us for this talk that will walk you through first steps with a live demo. The talk will also cover core concepts to get you ramped up with how to think with a GitOps mindset.

Leigh Capili, DX Engineer at Weaveworks, will discuss and demo the Core Concepts of Flux v2 including GitOps, Sources, Reconciliation, Kustomization, and Bootstrap. He will also review how to share these key points with your teams to get them excited about GitOps using Flux. (If there’s enough time, he’ll give us a sneak peak into the latest on Image Automation).

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Application portability and collaboration across any Kubernetes with WKP 2.4

The latest version of Team Workspaces in Weave Kubernetes Platform 2.4 simplifies deploying applications into any Kubernetes cluster - in the cloud or on premise - by using a GitOps approach. An easy git workflow for managing applications enables more effective collaboration across multiple teams and repositories.

Register for a live webinar on January 26, 10am PT where Paul Curtis, Principal Solutions Architect will be doing a deep dive demo of Team workspaces which allow the segregation of application stacks, projects or teams into discrete Kubernetes tenants.

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Fluxv2 Image Update Automation Sneak Peak

On the road to feature parity with Flux v1, Image Update Automation is a big milestone for Flux v2. During this session, we walk through & demo configuring container image scanning and deployment rollouts with Flux v2.

For a container image you can configure Flux to:

  • scan the container registry and fetch the image tags
  • select the latest tag based on a semver range
  • replace the tag in Kubernetes manifests (YAML format)
  • checkout a branch, commit and push the changes to the remote Git repository
  • apply the changes in-cluster and rollout the container image

For production environments, this feature allows you to automatically deploy application patches (CVEs and bug fixes), and keep a record of all deployments in Git history. For staging environments, this features allow you to deploy the latest prerelease of an application, without having to manually edit its deployment manifests in Git.

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