A GitOps-based deployment process can help DevOps teams deploy application updates and new features more rapidly. And Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Services (EKS) is the best Kubernetes distribution to use to manage containerized applications on Amazon Web Services (AWS). Combining the two can dramatically automate processes and help teams easily create and manage applications and the Kubernetes infrastructure. But what are the best practices for using GitOps on Amazon EKS? What are lessons learned that can reduce overhead for lifecycle management of workloads and clusters? Mohan Atreya, Rafay’s VP of Products and Solutions discusses this and more.
Attend this month’s K8s Office Hours to:
- Learn the key principles of GitOps and the difference between push- and pull-based workflows
- Understand best practices and requirements you need to consider before you can successfully implement GitOps in your organization
- See a live demonstration of provisioning an Amazon EKS cluster based on a specification from a Git Repo and enabling GitOps-based lifecycle management for workloads on Amazon EKS clusters