Kubernetes Continuous Deployment with Sheroy Marker

Engineering organizations can operate more efficiently by working with a continuous integration and continuous deployment workflow. Continuous integration is the process of automatically building and deploying code that gets pushed to a remote repository. Continuous deployment is the process of moving that code through a pipeline of environments, from dev to test to production. At each stage, the engineers feel increasingly safe that the code will not break the user experience.

When a company adopts Kubernetes, the workflow for deploying software within that company might need to be refactored. If the company starts to deploy containers in production, and managing those containers using Kubernetes, the company will also want to have a testing pipeline that emulates the production environment using containers and Kubernetes.

Sheroy Marker is the head of technology at ThoughtWorks products, where he works on GoCD, a continuous delivery tool. Sheroy joins the show to talk about how Kubernetes affects continuous delivery workflows, and the process of building out Kubernetes integrations for GoCD.

We also discussed the landscape of continuous delivery tools–why there are so many continuous delivery tools, and the question of how to choose a continuous delivery product if you are implementing CD. Continuous delivery tooling is in some ways like the space of monitoring, logging, and analytics–there are lots of successful products in the market. Full disclosure: ThoughtWorks and GoCD are sponsors of Software Engineering Daily.

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