Cloud-Native CI/CD with OpenShift and Tekton
Red Hat Product Manager Siamak Sadeghianfar's session from the 2019 Nexus User Conference.
There are many ways to do CI/CD on Kubernetes from solutions that existed before Kubernetes and are half-heartedly adapted to containers all the way to container-based solutions that are only available as a cloud service. Tekton Pipelines is the result of collaboration between industry leaders to provide a set of standard components native to Kubernetes and containers for building CI/CD systems on any Kubernetes platform. In this session, you will learn about Tekton Pipelines and see examples of how you can use it to build container-based CI/CD pipelines on Red Hat OpenShift.
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Hands On with the Nexus Platform
Building a CI/CD Platform on GCP
5 Lightning Solutions on the Nexus Platform
OSS Endgame: Nexus Firewall as Your Shield Against Open Source Invasions
Publishing Private NPM Packages to Nexus
The Tempting Trap of Modifying Open Source Components
The Nexus Community: Solutions, Ideas and Answers About the Nexus Platform
Nexus Firewall: The Rules of the Game Have Changed. What Will You Do?
Maturing DevOps in TD Bank
5 Cool Tricks You Can Do with Nexus
Becoming an OSS Champion: Top Three Things to Avoid the Pitchforks
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Installing Nexus IQ in AWS EKS
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Tools, Not Rules!
DevOps Culture: The Neuroscience of Behavior
Containers Are Just Another Piece of the Puzzle - Protect Them To Secure Your Business
The Path Forward for the Nexus Platform
DevSecOps: Security at the Speed of DevOps
Repository Management: It's Not Just for the JVM
Building Container Based Pipelines in AWS
Top 5 Tomcat Vulnerabilities Demonstrated
Component Intelligence at the Source
Comprehensive Guide to Lifecycle Scanning
DevOps Table Stakes: The Minimum Amount Required to Play the Game
The Case for Software Bill of Materials
OSS for Enterprise: Procure Secure Components Faster & Manage Risk Better
Securing Developers and Open Source Components
Where We've Been. Where We Are. Where We're Going.
Anatomy of a Continuous Delivery Pipeline - Kamalika Majumder
DevSecOps for Microservices - Ashish Jadhav/Shivank Bansal
Everybody Gets a Staging Environment - Yaron Idan
CI/CD Implementation in Fintech Organizations - Umair Khalid/Syed Ali Jaffer
CI/CD for Serverless Applications on AWS - Mohamed Labourady
There’s No Nice Way to Say This: Your DevOps Has Gone Horribly Wrong - Kalle Sirkesalo
Azure DevOps from Start to Star - Angel Rayo
Integrating Infrastructure as Code into a Continuous Delivery Pipeline - Adarsh Shah
Delivery Flexibility: Pipeline as Code with Jenkins & Groovy - David Maillet
CI/CD for Machine Learning - Sasha Rosenbaum
Being Budget Conscious in a Continuously Automated World - Tim Davis
The OWASP Core Rule Set - Chaim Sanders & Franziska Buehler