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Wednesday, August 26 • 11:49 - 12:19
Continuous Delivery and Infrastructure Testing: A Perfect Fit

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As cloud-native applications become the norm, it is increasingly important to test infrastructure changes as well as core logic. How can you ensure that your application can still be deployed? Or verify that networking changes won’t break access to other microservices?

It might surprise you, but you can test your infrastructure along with any other code changes.

This talk will go deep into how to add ""Infrastructure Testing"" to your Continuous Delivery process. We’ll cover:

- Infrastructure as Code, and how tools like Pulumi can radically simplify how you manage cloud infrastructure.
- Different types of Infrastructure Tests, and classes of problems you'll want to look out for.
- Running Infrastructure Tests in your GitLab Pipelines.

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Chris Smith

Software Engineer, Pulumi
Chris Smith is a Software Engineer at Pulumi, where his mission is to make it easier to program the cloud.In a former life he wrote Programming F# for O'Reilly, and may or may not have been instrumental in the unfortunate demise of Google Code Project Hosting. He also believes that... Read More →

Wednesday August 26, 2020 11:49 - 12:19 PDT
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