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September 11–12, 2019
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Wednesday, September 11 • 16:00 - 16:05
Building Ephemeral Environments for Developers - Jeff Knurek, Travel Audience GmbH

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A key aspect of a microservice architecture is to make sure individual services work in isolation. But as a developer its also important to make sure the service works in the full system. Providing developers a way to run a multi-service environment on their own machine is challenging.

In trying to overcome this problem, we've looked for a way for engineers to be able to test pre-production code. Making use of Helm charts and defaulting to production configuration gets us part way there. Also important is being able to extend upon tools like Telepresence/Ksync for debugging in k8s. But while these great tools are available, what is lacking is the "easy to use", single command that gives a developer their own self-contained system. We're going to discuss Armador, an open source solution that makes installing multiple Helm charts a breeze.

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Jeff Knurek

Continuous Delivery Engineer, travel audience GmbH
Jeff Knurek is a Continuous Delivery Engineer at travel audience GmbH in Berlin, Germany. He spends his time piecing together all the moving parts in a kubernetes, data-driven, travel advertising platform (or trying to fit those adjectives in one sentence). After starting off working... Read More →

Wednesday September 11, 2019 16:00 - 16:05 CEST
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