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Wednesday, August 26 • 10:56 - 11:21
Simple Cluster Deployments Using Nomad and GitLab CI/CD

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GitLab has made full CI/CD with Kubernetes a snap! But what if you're managing clusters on-prem? Or perhaps Kubernetes feels like more than you need for a simple deployment or prototype?

In this talk, Tracey will show some simple ways to get a HashiCorp Nomad cluster up quickly, tied in to GitLab, and ready for deployment. Having been both the Kubernetes admin and Nomad admin at Archive.org Tracey will share some of her real-world experiences to highlight the similarities and differences when using each with GitLab CI/CD.

A demo will include showing how to create a simple generic nomad job template that substitutes in GitLab CI/CD variables to make nice job names and nice DNS names. The result will deploy and auto-version with each commit/push.

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Tracey Jaquith

Founding Coder, Internet Archive, Internet Archive
Tracey Jaquith, TV Architect & DevOps. Tracey was a founding coder and system architect for Internet Archive in 1996, writing multi-threaded servers, crawlers and more. In 2000, she left for four years to follow her Cornell mentor, Dan Huttenlocher, and was a technical lead and founding... Read More →

Wednesday August 26, 2020 10:56 - 11:21 PDT
Orange Stage