DevOps Cloud Days Intro & Welcome
Liquid Software with Microsoft
DevOps of the future
Today’s global environment is driving the acceleration of cloud adoption while simultaneously presenting increasing challenges across the domains of security, scalability, and SaaS consumption. Hear how Microsoft is positioned to continue to support the developer community from open source, Kubernetes, and into the future of DevOps!
Talking Cloud Native DevOps
Class is in session! Join the Deen of DevOps, Microsoft’s Jessica Deen and JFrog’s Professor Baruch Sadogursky as they demonstrate some tools to help you streamline and automate your DevOps pipeline using Azure and JFrog. Jessica and Baruch will demonstrate how to easily containerize your app, use Helm to manage your Kubernetes dependencies, automate your builds, manage your container images and Helm Charts, create and publish build info (associated metadata), promote pipelines to various stages such as development, testing, staging, and production, how to check for security vulnerabilities and open source compliance, and how to orchestrate and manage your containerized apps in a cluster environment through a fully manage service.
All recipes are only as good as the ingredients. In this session, we will discuss the concepts behind Docker container orchestration with Kubernetes using Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS).
Kubernetes has become a prevalent and integral part of the Cloud Native ecosystem. With so many changes in this ecosystem, how can you keep up? Many may find this very challenging.
Kubernetes orchestration is powerful by itself, but let’s take a step back to look at one of the fundamental resources used – specifically, the Docker images that will become the running containers of your service. The Docker Registry you choose to store and pull your container images will potentially have an effect on the success of your deployments in any environment. The capability of JFrog Artifactory to serve as a private Docker Registry for use throughout your AKS infrastructure will help to increase your confidence in the security of your Docker images and the reliability of your builds and deployments.
This session is designed to get attendees up to speed with the latest Kubernetes initiatives as well as give some thought to the quality of the essential building blocks of their systems.
Closing & Thanks
Workshop – Build and Scale seamlessly with the JFrog Platform on Azure – Waitlist opened
Learn how the JFrog Platform on Azure can help you build and scale your applications seamlessly in the cloud. We’ll set up the JFrog Platform and connect to an AKS cluster that you create. Get hands-on experience using a JFrog private docker registry to deploy images to AKS.
Due to large demand, we are opening a waitlist for all workshop registrations after Nov 6th and we will try to accommodate all requests. The workshops are limited to a certain number of participants to allow a hands-on, assisted training experience. You can visit the JFrog Academy for free self-paced training.
Intro & Welcome
DevSecOps: Kubernetes Edition
Today’s cloud environments present novel challenges in scaling and security. Hear how Microsoft’s open source contributions in the Kubernetes ecosystem inform Azure products, enabling customers to adopt strategic new technologies with confidence.
Improving Microservices DevOps with Dapr and Java
Microservices are a key part of how we deliver highly scalable and reliable applications in the cloud. Several key challenges are holding back developers and DevOps in tech teams – from lack of runtimes to challenges making code portable to deliver in multiple environments (e.g. dev->prod, Kubernetes, VMs, and edge). In this session, we’ll show how Dapr, an OSS & CNCF API and runtime, make teams productive building and delivering microservices applications using modern DevOps practices. We’ll show specific features and practices to make Java and spring apps ultra-portable and take advantage of features like pub-sub, mTLS, resiliency, and observability.
Top ways to deliver your code to the cloud
In this session, I’ll highlight the easiest ways for developers to deliver their code to the cloud and the best ways to reliably make updates and maintain production code. The focus will be on real-world examples with working demos using free SDKs and tools available on GitHub. The examples, tools and demos that I show will be applicable to any cloud platform, and all are available on GitHub. This is a technical talk that will focus on the code however I will show Microsoft Azure running the samples.