Fun with GitOps stitching Kubernetes, Tekton, and Argo.

Stitches and Ditches

As much as I love being on webex or zoom all day with co-workers and friends, one needs some work “play time” as well. This weekend I played around with stitching together different open source technologies . I wanted to see if I could wire together Tekton, Argo, and OpenShift. A full out DevOps pipeline probably stitches together even more than CI -> CD -> Platform. It includes stitching together repositories, multiple testing tools (Unit, Smoke, UAT, Perf, etc…), security scans (Code, Images, Running…

AWS SA Director Serverless, Former IBM Fellow. All Thoughts are my own and do NOT represent my employer

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Roland Barcia

Roland Barcia

AWS SA Director Serverless, Former IBM Fellow. All Thoughts are my own and do NOT represent my employer

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