AWS re:Invent 2017: GPS: Shipping with Porpoise, a Kubernetes Story (GPSTEC304) – #AWS

You’ve gotten up and running with containers, and now you’re trying to understand how to take them to production. In this session, we deep-dive into tools that help you build and manage development and production clusters. We explore CI/CD pipelines that test your code and scan for vulnerabilities, use Docker multistage builds to efficiently use resources, monitor your network, debug issues in development, and monitor your applications as they go to production.

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