2 Dec 2020 Β· Software Engineering

    New Book: CI/CD with Docker and Kubernetes

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    We have a gift for you: a free, 90-page ebook to learn CI/CD with Docker and Kubernetes. The book is open source, and you can download it today.

    Why we wrote this book

    Containers have become the standard executable format for cloud applications. But, changing how you build, test, and deploy code is a big deal for any engineering team.

    Semaphore has been around since 2012, and our Customer Success team has worked with hundreds of organizations as they moved to a container-based architecture. Many more are yet to migrate.

    We’ve seen it time and time again: adopting containers takes time.

    There are many moving parts, and it’s not clear how to make the timeless practice of Continuous Integration and Delivery (CI/CD) more productive, not less.

    Eventually, it does get easier to onboard new team members, run tests reliably, be cloud-agnostic, and build new services. But to get there, you have to build internal know-how from several books and dozens of blog posts.

    We wrote this book to help you build reliable and fast CI/CD pipelines for containers β€” in days, not weeks or months.

    Who is it for

    We believe the book will be useful to:

    • Senior developers who are beginning their journey into microservices or cloud-native architecture, or need to migrate an existing system to Kubernetes.
    • CTOs and Directors of Engineering who need a clear vision of what a reliable, high-velocity CI/CD pipeline looks like and what it takes to build one.

    Download it today

    I want to thank the book co-authors:

    We combined our knowledge in CI/CD and containers to bring you a practical guide to shipping high-quality cloud apps rapidly and consistently.

    Get a copy today.

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    Writen by:
    Marko Anastasov is a software engineer, author, and co-founder of Semaphore. He worked on building and scaling Semaphore from an idea to a cloud-based platform used by some of the world’s engineering teams.