Stefan Prodan on Progressive Delivery, Flagger, and GitOps

In this podcast, Stefan Prodan, developer experience engineer at Weaveworks and creator of the Flagger project, sat down with InfoQ podcast co-host Daniel Bryant. Topics discussed included: how progressive delivery extends the core ideas of continuous delivery; how the open source Flagger Kubernetes operator can be used to implement a progressive delivery strategy via canary releasing with an API gateway or service mesh; and the new “GitOps toolkit” that has evolved from the Flux continuous delivery operator.

Key Takeaways

  • Progressive delivery is a term used to describe the incremental rollout of any changes within a system that optimises for reducing risk and limiting “blast radius” of any negative outcomes.
  • Progressive delivery uses techniques such as canarying, feature flags, and A/B testing at scale. Being able to observe the system is a prerequisite for progressive delivery.
  • Flagger is an open source add-on to the Kubernetes API (an “operator”) that augments the service deployment and release machinery. Flagger adds more strategies and options for releasing functionality, such as canary releasing and A/B testing.
  • Flagger supports the incremental release of functionality via both API gateways and service meshes. This covers the ingress (north-south) and service-to-service (east-west) use cases, respectively. Tests can be run automatically upon deployment of a new service, and synthetic test traffic can be generated and evaluated.
  • Weaveworks is evolving Flux, a CNCF-hosted continuous delivery operator for Kubernetes, into a “GitOps toolkit”. This toolkit defines clear abstractions and interfaces for each stage of a typical continuous/progressive delivery pipeline, and allows community or custom modules to be composed into a complete toolchain.

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Stefan Prodan on Progressive Delivery, Flagger, and GitOps

Stefan Prodan on Progressive Delivery, Flagger, and GitOps

In this podcast, Stefan Prodan, developer experience engineer at Weaveworks and creator of the Flagger project, sat down with InfoQ podcast co-host Daniel Bryant. Topics discussed included: how progressive delivery extends the core ideas of continuous delivery; how the open source Flagger Kubernetes operator can be used to implement a progressive delivery strategy via canary releasing with an API gateway or service mesh; and the new “GitOps toolkit” that has evolved from the Flux continuous delivery operator.

Key Takeaways

  • Progressive delivery is a term used to describe the incremental rollout of any changes within a system that optimises for reducing risk and limiting “blast radius” of any negative outcomes.
  • Progressive delivery uses techniques such as canarying, feature flags, and A/B testing at scale. Being able to observe the system is a prerequisite for progressive delivery.
  • Flagger is an open source add-on to the Kubernetes API (an “operator”) that augments the service deployment and release machinery. Flagger adds more strategies and options for releasing functionality, such as canary releasing and A/B testing.
  • Flagger supports the incremental release of functionality via both API gateways and service meshes. This covers the ingress (north-south) and service-to-service (east-west) use cases, respectively. Tests can be run automatically upon deployment of a new service, and synthetic test traffic can be generated and evaluated.
  • Weaveworks is evolving Flux, a CNCF-hosted continuous delivery operator for Kubernetes, into a “GitOps toolkit”. This toolkit defines clear abstractions and interfaces for each stage of a typical continuous/progressive delivery pipeline, and allows community or custom modules to be composed into a complete toolchain.

#api gateway #gitops #progressive web apps #service mesh #continuous delivery #the infoq podcast #architecture & design #development #podcast

How to Develop On-Demand Pizza Delivery App?

AppClues Infotech is a mobile app development company providing high-end online and offline custom mobile app solutions to startups, small and medium businesses (SMBs) as well as large Fortune Global enterprises, spread across India, USA and UK.

Depending on the features the price of the application varies to develop On-demand Pizza Delivery App it may cost you around-$7000 to $20000.

Features Of AppClues App develpoment

  • Request Management
  • Look Menu for Food
  • Cook Allocation
  • Allotting Delivery to Delivery Men
  • Conveyance Tracking for Food Order
  • Surveys and Feedback for Order Delivered
  • Referral Management (Friend)
  • Continuous Communication (For Order Confirmation)
  • Limited time Offers (Promo Codes)

Over the past years, AppClues Infotech has been able to successfully deliver and deploy many enterprise and consumer mobile apps for its clients.The applications developed by AppClues Infotech under mobility solutions have been spread across various platforms and development.

Our top-notch engineers craft flawless code for the system with the largest number of users in the world.

Why Choose us ?

  • Aligned structure
  • Domain Expertise
  • On time Delivery
  • 24/7 Support
  • Detailed analysis
  • Aesthetic Designs
  • Agile Development
  • Rigorous Testing
  • Smooth Handover

AppClues Infotech Builds software that makes businesses more efficient and customers’ lives easier is what we’re bet at. Products we create are carefully designed with end users in mind and brought to life with elegantly written code.

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Michael Clark

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Complete Guide To Make A Food Delivery App Like Postmates

Food delivery apps are buzzing. With people getting more occupied and technology freak, there is a commendable rise in the food delivery app. Food is integral to humans. So, whatever be the situation, the food delivery app is always in demand. Tyro players of the food delivery business are always inspired by big names of the industry like Postmates, Ubereats, Grubhub, etc to name a few. They aspire to make a food delivery app and enjoy seamless growth opportunities.

Let’s learn all about Postmate and how to make food delivery apps like Postmates.

An Introduction To Postmates:

  • Postmate was founded in 2011 by Bastian Lehman, Sean Plaice, and Sam Street.

  • San Francisco is Postmates headquarters.

  • Initially, it started as a courier service delivering consumer goods to the customers.

  • It was a revolution in urban logistics with a strong logistic team.

  • Postmates integrated technology and a non-standard approach to business. That is everyone can work as a courier which resembles the uber model for drivers partnership.

  • Postmates later started an on-demand food delivery service.

  • Postmates now partners with almost 600,000 restaurants.

  • Postmates covers 80% of the US market of food delivery business.

  • Postmates has a presence over 100 metropolitan areas in the USA.

Read complete Article here : https://www.suffescom.com/blog/how-to-make-food-delivery-app-like-postmates/

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anita maity

anita maity

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Circular Progress Bar Using Html CSS and Bootstrap

How to create an animated circular progress bar using only HTML CSS and BoostApp programming code. I have designed many more types of animated progress bars before but this design has been designed in a completely modern way.

Animated circular Progress Bar is a type of statistical design used in a variety of websites. It is mainly used to indicate the percentage of one’s qualification in a portfolio website or personal website. It is fully animated, that is, under normal conditions, it has zero percent then it will gradually reach the pre-determined percentage. Different colors have been used to denote percentages.

Demo

video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7PThu9_EP40

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Jones Brianna

Jones Brianna

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Food Delivery App Development

https://www.mobiwebtech.com/on-demand-food-delivery-app-development-like-ubereats-zomato/

If you are interested in creating food delivery clone app of Zomato, Swiggy or UberEats, Mobiweb Technologies is the perfect choice for you as we have in-depth expertise in providing customized food delivery apps. Start live chat with our experts to know more about our food delivery app development in detail.

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