Containers in CI/CD Systems

GDG Cloud Berlin
Wed, Sep 13, 2017, 7:00 PM (CEST)

About this event

Hi everyone, 

as expected we are taking a "summer" (if that is what we're calling it) break and will be back in September with the next GDG Berlin Cloud Meetup. Delivery Hero are kind enough to host the Meetup on the 13th of September. 

We know that September can be a busy month with everyone coming back after a summer holiday, so we want to give you the chance to safe the date already.

Having discussed possible topics in the last session, we will hear talks about containers in CI/CD systems and a real use case of Kubernetes in production. 

You can find the information below. 


6:45 - 7:00 pm: Welcome to the meetup, grab some food and drinks

7:00 - 7:45 pm: Adding containers in your CI/CD systems - Nacho Coloma

7:45 - 8:30 pm: Package management with Helm at immmr - Jannis Rake-Revelant, Julian Strobl 

From 8:30 pm: Networking, stay for some drinks 


Adding containers in your CI/CD systems - Nacho Coloma

There are common questions around container management and deployment. What does a development and deployment workflow look like in a containerized world? What are my artifacts? How do I build them? Where do I store them? In this session, we'll walk you through the end-to-end workflow for building cloud applications on Google Cloud Platform by configuring a Jenkins environment and leveraging Google Container Engine, Container Builder, and the Google Container Registry. You'll also have the chance to explore cloud-native applications so you can get the most out of building on Google Cloud Platform.

Nacho Coloma is Customer Engineer at Google, where he helps companies of all sizes to migrate their systems to Google Cloud Platform. He holds a M.S. in Computer Science and has more than 15 years of experience designing applications. Nacho is passionate about containers, web technologies, and above all, pie charts. Pie charts are the best.

Package management with Helm at immmr - Jannis Rake-Revelant, Julian Strobl 

immmr is a communication app which lets you connect on any device, anywhere, with anyone. For our backend and web services we rely on production and staging Kubernetes clusters on AWS. In the past, one of the main pain points was the consistency of microservice versions and their configurations across environments. We are solving these using Helm and Jenkins, bringing the configuration closer to the developer and automating all deployments from development to production.

Jannis Rake-Revelant is the Vice President of IT Operations, QA and Security at immmr. He has been working with Kubernetes before 1.0 and spearheaded the use of it for immmr’s production. Jannis is passionate about distributed systems and automation of „all the things“.

Julian works as Security and Operations Engineer at immmr GmbH. With a strong security and cryptography background, he builds andmanages Kubernetes clusters for development and production since dayone, always trying to stay up to date with the latest Kubernetes features.

We are looking forward to seeing you all in September, until then, have a sunny August!