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Gitops, Jenkins & Jenkins X

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Tuesday, October 9 2018
14:30 - 15:20


Cloud development led us first to DevOps. But some are already declaring DevOps as the new legacy and that a new paradigm is needed to meet the needs of cloud native development  Enter GitOps, the new community of practice focussed on operations by pull request. Mean-time-to-recovery is one of the key concepts under the GitOps umbrella. For Jenkins users, configuration-as-code is the new way to achieve this. Jenkins X rethinks CI/CD in the cloud and uses git as a source of truth and ensures mean-time-to-recovery is a priority from the start.

This talk looks at the two different approaches in Jenkins and Jenkins X.


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