Plumbing Kubernetes builds|deploy with Tekton
With Kubernetes matured enough to be the favorite application orchestration platform, but it still missed one crucial feature of in-cluster build of the applications. The missing feature made the continuous integration and delivery to be less effective. The market had various solutions to solve the problem but 99% of the solutions missed something -- “being Kubernetes native”.
In this session I will introduce you to Tekton - Kubernetes native way of defining and running CI/CD. The session explores the characteristics of Tekton; Cloud Native, Decoupled and Declarative. This demo filled session will show how to stitch various building blocks of Tekton to do in-cluster build and deploy (Tasks and Pipelines) a Kubernetes application.
Outline/Structure of the Talk
The demo filled session will show the developers on how to install Tekton pipelines in a Kubernetes cluster and introduce the to write some tasks and pipeline to build and deploy a sample application.
- Installing Tekton pipelines
- How to build an application
- Using private and public container registries
- Using private source code repositories
Developers and Operators who are interested in doing Continuous Integration in Kubernetes native way
Prerequisites for Attendees
- Have basic understanding of continuous integration principles
- Have basic understanding of Kubernetes
schedule Submitted 1 year ago
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