Automating Software Development with Kubernetes

To accelerate the development of new digital services, organizations of all kinds are increasing their use of both cloud native solutions — e.g., Kubernetes containers—as well as automation platforms such as Ansible, GitLab, Jenkins, Terraform and many others.

But getting the benefits of both Kubernetes and automation can be more challenging than expected, especially when it comes to addressing issues such as storage management, resource contention and data loss.

In this whitepaper, Automating Software Development with Kubernetes, Diamanti takes a close look at the issues involved in using automation platforms with Kubernetes. You can download the whitepaper here.

It looks at specific steps Diamanti has taken to address issues such as meeting the needs of stateful applications, ensuring performance in dynamic environments, addressing backup/recovery and security requirements, and automating AI/ML workloads.

Jenkins and other software development automation platforms are often criticized for their complex configuration requirements. Diamanti provides a way around the complexity using tools such as Kubernetes deployment manifests or Helm charts.

Learn about these issues and more in our whitepaper, Automating Software Development with Kubernetes. Download it here.