Looking to deploy microservices and containers?
There are multiple deployment strategies, such as blue/green, canary, and A/B, which allow you to test your changes in production in a controlled way. For example, canary deployments allow you to release changes to a subset of users. The result is faster feedback and time to market, with more effective use of IT and business resources.
This advanced topic can quickly and easily become confusing. However, deciding which strategy works best for you is important when you are deploying microservices with container technology like Docker, Kubernetes, Helm, and Istio. What does it mean to incorporate deployment strategies across microservices and containers?
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Dan has been in technology leadership roles for the past 20 years. He has covered operation systems and middleware product development, technology architecture, and software solution delivery focused on Oracle, IBM, and Open Source technologies. His experience with software automation led him to form and develop Flexagon's DevOps platform: FlexDeploy. Dan is currently the President of Flexagon and leads Strategy, Marketing, and Sales for various products and services.