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Thursday, October 22 • 11:20am - 11:40am
Using Spinnaker like a pro when Kubernetes multi-tenancy is a nightmare

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In Adobe we've been successfully using Spinnaker for over three years now and leveraged it to perform EC2 and Kubernetes based deployments. More recently, we've created a custom built process of onboarding namespaces as individual accounts for our multi-tenant Kubernetes platform. We wanted to achieve in a single pipeline execution namespace creation, account onboarding, application deployment and namespace deletion. This feature was needed for our preview environments that had to be short lived. In the past our clients had to manually generate the files needed for a new account and each onboard required a new Spinnaker sync. This was a tedious work and not a good client experience so we decided to go with a different approach. The presentation will share the process of developing this feature and the challenges we had to overcome from authorization, fast onboarding, config files generation and validation, dynamic account discovery and many others.

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Dan Popescu

Software Engineer, Adobe
Dan Popescu is a Software Engineer in the Experience Platform Core team at Adobe, currently focused on creating and deploying an integrated continuous delivery platform based on Spinnaker. Dealing with all aspects of the automation process from instance provisioning and application... Read More →
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Iulian Titiriga

Software Engineer, Adobe
Iulian Titiriga is a Software Engineer and automation enthusiast, passionate about new technologies and gadgets. He is also part of the team promoting Spinnaker within Adobe.

Thursday October 22, 2020 11:20am - 11:40am PDT