West LA DevOps Presents: Geodesic – Cloud Automation Shell (Video & Slides)

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🚀 Geodesic is a cloud automation shell. It's the easy way to automate everything. Think of it as the superset of all other tools including (terraform, terragrunt, chamber, aws-vault, aws-okta, kops, gomplate, helm, helmfile, aws cli, variant, etc) that we use to automate workflows. It's a bit like a swiss army knife for creating and building consistent platforms to be shared across team environments. It easily versions staging/production/dev environments in a repeatable manner that can be followed by any team member with only a single dependency: docker. Because of this, it works with Mac OSX, Linux, and Windows 10. Learn how you can use the geodesic shell to improve your DevOps workflows! These are the slides from the live demo at the West Los Angeles DevOps Meetup.

Erik Osterman is the founder of Cloud Posse, a DevOps professional services company that specializes in cloud migrations and release engineering. Previously he was the Director of Cloud Architecture, for CBS Interactive where he led cloud strategy across the organization.

 


GitOps with Terraform on Codefresh (Webinar Video & Slides)

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🚀 Infrastructure as code, pipelines as code, and now we even have code as code! =P In this talk, we show you how we build and deploy applications with Terraform using GitOps with Codefresh. Cloud Posse is a power user of Terraform and have written over 140 Terraform modules. We’ll share how we handle automation with security while making the process easy for engineers.

Erik Osterman is the founder of Cloud Posse, a DevOps professional services company that specializes in cloud migrations and release engineering. Previously he was the Director of Cloud Architecture, for CBS Interactive where he led cloud strategy across the organization.

 


Geodesic Cloud Automation Shell (Slides)

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🚀 Geodesic is a cloud automation shell. It’s the superset of all other tools including (terraform, terragrunt, chamber, aws-vault, aws-okta, kops, gomplate, helm, helmfile, aws cli, variant, etc) that we use to automate workflows. You can think of it like a swiss army knife for creating and building consistent platforms to be shared across team environments. It easily versions staging/production/dev environments in a repeatable manner that can be followed by any team member with only a single dependency: docker. Because of this, it works with Mac OSX, Linux, and Windows 10. Learn how you can use the geodesic shell to improve your DevOps workflows! These are the slides from the live demo at the Los Angeles Kubernetes Meetup.

Erik Osterman is the founder of Cloud Posse, a DevOps professional services company that specializes in cloud migrations and release engineering. Previously he was the Director of Cloud Architecture, for CBS Interactive where he led cloud strategy across the organization.

 


Scale 17x: Intro to GitOps

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We presented this year at Scale 17x the value of GitOps for an organization. The goal for operations should be absolute automation. With “Infrastructure as Code” we're able to employ all the best practices of traditional software development to infrastructure and operations- including code reviews and continuous delivery of changes. GitOps is the concept of using Git as the system of record for the desired state of configurations. The ultimate goal is to achieve repeatable processes to apply changes, in the same way, every time. Predictable rollouts let us know ahead of time what’s going to happen (e.g. before you merge). Auditable histories let us see what was done and by whom. Lastly, the process should be accessible to anyone, not just a few technically elite members of the team.

Erik Osterman is the founder of Cloud Posse, a DevOps professional services company that specializes in cloud migrations and release engineering. Previously he was the Director of Cloud Architecture, for CBS Interactive where he led cloud strategy across the organization.

 


Unlimited Staging Environments

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How to run complete, disposable apps on Kubernetes for Staging and Development

What if you could rapidly spin up new environments in a matter of minutes entirely from scratch, triggered simply by the push of a button or automatically for every Pull Request or Branch. Would that be cool?

That’s what we thought too! Companies running complex microservices architectures need a better way to do QA, prototype new features & discuss changes. We want to show that there’s a simpler way to collaborate and it’s available today if you’re running Kubernetes.

Tune in to learn how you can assemble 100% Open Source components with a CodeFresh CI/CD Pipeline to deploy your full stack for any branch and expose it on a unique URL that you can share. Not only that, we ensure that it’s fully integrated with CI/CD so console expertise is not required to push updates. Empower designers and front-end developers to push code freely. Hand it over to your sales team so they can demo upcoming features for customers! The possibilities are unlimited. =)

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