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SkillsCast

Continuous Delivery Pipeline with Docker and Jenkins

5th November 2015 in Stockholm at Bryggarsalen Konferens

This SkillsCast was filmed at µCon Stockholm 2015: The Microservices Conference

SkillsCast coming soon.

Delivering microservices continuously is not easy. It requires testing, deployments, monitoring, integration tests and many other steps that can be performed manually or automated. While manual tends to look like an easy path, it is prone to human error and slows down all of those steps. On the another hand, automation tends to be much faster, reliable and less prone to errors than manual operations, but it requires some good practices that supports it without generating overhead to the team.

In this talk Camilo will explore some important concepts of continuous delivery focusing on microservices in a practical way. He will show how to write a continuous delivery pipeline using only open source and free tools, and how you can automate it to run virtually anything that runs on top of linux with docker, in order to avoid over-engineering and reduce the overhead that automation can bring to the team. Camilo will also expand on why you need to automate your pipeline, why you need to use agnostic nodes instead of static servers and will show you live example of how to accomplish it.

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Continuous Delivery Pipeline with Docker and Jenkins

Camilo Ribeiro

Test Engineer at Klarna working with several microservices and focussing on testing and continuous delivery in the Checkout team.

SkillsCast

SkillsCast coming soon.

Delivering microservices continuously is not easy. It requires testing, deployments, monitoring, integration tests and many other steps that can be performed manually or automated. While manual tends to look like an easy path, it is prone to human error and slows down all of those steps. On the another hand, automation tends to be much faster, reliable and less prone to errors than manual operations, but it requires some good practices that supports it without generating overhead to the team.

In this talk Camilo will explore some important concepts of continuous delivery focusing on microservices in a practical way. He will show how to write a continuous delivery pipeline using only open source and free tools, and how you can automate it to run virtually anything that runs on top of linux with docker, in order to avoid over-engineering and reduce the overhead that automation can bring to the team. Camilo will also expand on why you need to automate your pipeline, why you need to use agnostic nodes instead of static servers and will show you live example of how to accomplish it.

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About the Speaker

Continuous Delivery Pipeline with Docker and Jenkins

Camilo Ribeiro

Test Engineer at Klarna working with several microservices and focussing on testing and continuous delivery in the Checkout team.