At StackPulse we use a full CI/CD pipeline with FluxCD + Flagger, in order to support our CD culture needs. We also developed Puerta — a homegrown gating service that implements the Flagger webhook phases to support time-based approvals, triggering E2E jobs (CircleCI etc.), load-testing and auto release to production once canary passes on staging. In this session, we’ll discuss why and how we...
Michael Sickles will walk through instrumenting the Google Microservices demo app in OpenTelemetry. This demo app uses Go, Java, NodeJS, .Net, and Python all communicating in a distributed microservice architecture. Michael will talk about the challenges he faced to get everything to connect and show up in a single OpenTelemetry Trace.
If you use Amazon Web Services (AWS), you’re probably making extensive use of AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM). It’s a powerful service for managing access to your AWS services and resources that is almost like a new kind of network in the cloud. But for enterprise cloud environments, AWS IAM security can become quite complex. Recent high-profile cloud-based data breaches have involved...
Reliability is key to adoption and scale of cloud native systems. Chaos Engineering is a way of measuring how reliable the services are. There are a host of ways to use Chaos Engineering in DevOps. This session describes the importance of Chaos Engineering and best practices around them specifically to Cloud Native environments.
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