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Defining a Kubernetes Pipeline – A Case Study That Gets You Ready for Microservices

Defining a Kubernetes Pipeline – A Case Study That Gets You Ready for Microservices

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Sagecore creates value by providing enterprise (ERP) solutions which are tailored to the needs and workflows of businesses, non-profits, education and government entities. With the increasing need for performance, security and manageability for an expanding customer base, Sagecore realized Kubernetes could provide these benefits and more!

The transition to Kubernetes and Docker was the best decision Sagecore had made. It enabled monitoring, collaboration and tighter library management as one service could be re-used by multiple Sagecore customers deployed into multiple private clusters.

While Kubernetes was extremely powerful, the process of deployment and management of Kubernetes was time-consuming and not as scalable as it needed to be. This is why Sagecore connected with DeployHub. DeployHub provided the platform for cataloging, sharing and deploying components and microservices with dependency tracking.

This presentation will tell the story about how Sagecore created a scalable and manageable Kubernetes pipeline using DeployHub to perform both configuration management and deployments of the shareable services and components.

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Date: August 8, 2019

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