The Pipeline: All things CD & DevOps Podcast by The CD Foundation

cdCon 2021 Preview: The 5-Step Checklist for your Migration to Tekton

May 07, 2021 Jacqueline Salinas, Director of Ecosystem & Community Development Season 2 Episode 16
The Pipeline: All things CD & DevOps Podcast by The CD Foundation
cdCon 2021 Preview: The 5-Step Checklist for your Migration to Tekton
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The Pipeline: All things CD & DevOps Podcast by The CD Foundation
cdCon 2021 Preview: The 5-Step Checklist for your Migration to Tekton
May 07, 2021 Season 2 Episode 16
Jacqueline Salinas, Director of Ecosystem & Community Development

Speakers: Priti Desai, IBM and Jerop Kipruto, Google

What do you use to build, test, and deploy your cloud native applications? Is your choice of CI/CD solution powerful yet flexible for all of your use cases? Have you heard about Tekton? Tekton is an Open Source CI/CD pipelines execution engine. Tekton Pipelines can define Steps, Tasks (collection of steps), Custom Tasks (advanced Run objects), and Pipelines (collection of Tasks and Custom Tasks). Pipelines also support resources to connect multiple Tasks through input/output models or workspaces to share a file system across many different Tasks. Tekton is implemented based on four core design principles: Reusability Simplicity Flexibility Conformance Tekton is highly optimized for building and deploying cloud native applications compared to other CI/CD tools. In this session, we will demonstrate migrating common CI/CD pipelines to Tekton by building a checklist for the migration.


Support the show (https://cd.foundation/podcast/podcast-submission-form/)

Show Notes

Speakers: Priti Desai, IBM and Jerop Kipruto, Google

What do you use to build, test, and deploy your cloud native applications? Is your choice of CI/CD solution powerful yet flexible for all of your use cases? Have you heard about Tekton? Tekton is an Open Source CI/CD pipelines execution engine. Tekton Pipelines can define Steps, Tasks (collection of steps), Custom Tasks (advanced Run objects), and Pipelines (collection of Tasks and Custom Tasks). Pipelines also support resources to connect multiple Tasks through input/output models or workspaces to share a file system across many different Tasks. Tekton is implemented based on four core design principles: Reusability Simplicity Flexibility Conformance Tekton is highly optimized for building and deploying cloud native applications compared to other CI/CD tools. In this session, we will demonstrate migrating common CI/CD pipelines to Tekton by building a checklist for the migration.


Support the show (https://cd.foundation/podcast/podcast-submission-form/)