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Speed up your CI/CD pipelines with container storage

Aufzeichnung vom 7. Juli 2020 ansehen

One of the most common uses of Kubernetes is to help developers build cloud-native applications with continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD) pipelines. Many developers are using tools like Jenkins and pipelines in conjunction with Kubernetes and GitHub to automate the application build process. This technical webinar will demonstrate best practices, including a demo with lab measurements on how persistent storage can help Jenkins run faster. 

In this webinar, we’ll explore:

  • CI/CD trends for cloud-native development.
  • Our own survey results of common Kubernetes use cases.
  • What persistent container storage is.
  • Jenkins pipeline extensions.
  • Jenkins on Kubernetes.
  • Common scenarios where Jenkins can take advantage of container storage.
  • Overcoming mount limits: spawning Kubernetes with lots of persistent volume claims.
  • Best practices around Jenkins dependencies using Red Hat® OpenShift® Container Storage.
  • A demo measuring the Jenkins build times for 60 simultaneous builds using persistent storage, improving build times by as much as 90%.


Live event date: Tuesday, July 7, 2020 | 2 p.m. ET

On-demand event: Available for one year afterward.

Marcel Hergaarden

Senior Solutions Architect, Red Hat

Marcel Hergaarden has been a Solutions Architect for the Red Hat Storage portfolio since 2012 and is currently employed in a role of Storage Evangelist. He explains Red Hat's storage solutions and how customers can benefit by using Red Hat’s portfolio offerings to realize technical and business benefits. His technical background is mostly from an infrastructure perspective combined with data management. Before Red Hat, Marcel worked as a consultant in data management, backup, and archiving, touching on most components that live in a moderate infrastructure. He has been actively employed in IT since 1998.

Sagy Volkov

Storage Performance Instigator, Red Hat

Sagy Volkov is a Storage Performance Instigator at Red Hat who concentrates on application performance (mainly database and CI/CD pipelines) and application resilience on Rook/Ceph®. He is a former performance engineer in ScaleIO (created the performance engineering group and the ScaleIO enterprise advocates group) and architected the ScaleIO storage appliance reporting to the CTO/founder of ScaleIO. Sagy has presented at Cloud Native Storage Day (CNS), EMC World, and KubeCon.