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Title:
Microservices, Websphere Liberty and Kubernetes - a fully buzzword-compliant devOps pipeline
Stream:
Microservices/Docker (1)
Speakers:
Mark Nuttall
Abstract:
The traditional lines between 'development' and 'operations' teams have been blurring for some time now. The progress of code from development to production is increasingly automated. The microservices design pattern breaks traditionally large, monolithic applications into a set of smaller pieces. Technologies such as Docker and Kubernetes help us package, test and deploy these pieces separately, reducing the time required to build, test and deploy any given change.

In this talk I'll demonstrate IBM's Microservice Builder project, announced as a beta at the recent Interconnect conference. It provides an integrated devOps pipeline for deploying microsevices, running on WebSphere Liberty in Docker containers onto a supported Kubernetes runtime. I'll be showing how quick and easy it is to create new microservices, and to deploy them via our pipeline. Please do go to the previous session if you want in introduction to Docker and Kubernetes.
Bio:

Mark Nuttall:

Dr Mark Nuttall is a Senior Software Engineer in IBM's Hybrid Cloud organisation. Mark is currently trying to assemble devOps pipelines, Websphere Liberty, Docker, Kubernetes, public and private cloud platforms, microservices, proper integration tests and decent documentation into something cohesive. It's not as easy as it sounds.

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