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

Spinnaker Summit Preview: Improving Visibility and Traceability of Deployed Container Artifacts via Spinnaker’s BuildCi

May 28, 2021 Jacqueline Salinas, Director of Ecosystem & Community Development Season 2 Episode 19
The Pipeline: All things CD & DevOps Podcast by The CD Foundation
Spinnaker Summit Preview: Improving Visibility and Traceability of Deployed Container Artifacts via Spinnaker’s BuildCi
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The Pipeline: All things CD & DevOps Podcast by The CD Foundation
Spinnaker Summit Preview: Improving Visibility and Traceability of Deployed Container Artifacts via Spinnaker’s BuildCi
May 28, 2021 Season 2 Episode 19
Jacqueline Salinas, Director of Ecosystem & Community Development

Speakers: Nima Kaviani and Manabu McCloskey

As containerization becomes an integral part of deploying software reliably, traceability and visibility over what gets deployed becomes ever more important. Ideally, as part of the deployment process, release engineers would be able to track deployed containers back to the right version of the written code, investigate changes, and gain insight over the build process. While baking code into container artifacts has been a core part of Spinnaker, the introduction of CiBuild as a mechanism to increase insights into what gets built, is a new feature enabled in a collaboration between Netflix and AWS. In this talk, we will discuss architecture, implementation, and enablement of the new CiBuild plugin, and how it empowers the Spinnaker community to integrate their build systems, code repositories, and container registries into their Spinnaker deployments.

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Show Notes

Speakers: Nima Kaviani and Manabu McCloskey

As containerization becomes an integral part of deploying software reliably, traceability and visibility over what gets deployed becomes ever more important. Ideally, as part of the deployment process, release engineers would be able to track deployed containers back to the right version of the written code, investigate changes, and gain insight over the build process. While baking code into container artifacts has been a core part of Spinnaker, the introduction of CiBuild as a mechanism to increase insights into what gets built, is a new feature enabled in a collaboration between Netflix and AWS. In this talk, we will discuss architecture, implementation, and enablement of the new CiBuild plugin, and how it empowers the Spinnaker community to integrate their build systems, code repositories, and container registries into their Spinnaker deployments.

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