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Continuous delivery has been a driving force behind software development, testing and deployment for years, and CI/CD best-practices are evolving with the advent of new technologies like Kubernetes and Istio.
Progressive delivery, a term coined by James Governor, Redmonk, is a new approach to continuous delivery that includes “a new basket of skills and technologies… Such as canarying, feature flags, [and] A/B testing at scale”.
In this webinar will cover: 
  • How to use GitOps workflows with canary releases and traffic mirroring to realize progressive delivery
  • Common pitfalls to avoid
  • How to use Weaveworks Flagger to automate canary releases and visualize the results with Aspen Mesh



Andrew Jenkins, Aspen Mesh

Andrew Jenkins is the senior architect at Aspen Mesh, where he’s building out an enterprise service mesh to help organizations take the burden out of managing microservices. A software and network architect for container environments like Kubernetes, Andrew has a history of technical leadership driving fast-moving teams toward tangible outcomes. His expertise includes software development in C++, JavaScript (Node.js), Python, C, Go, and Java.

Andrew also has experience in software and hardware testing, FPGAs, and board design for space scientific instruments.


Sebastian Bernheim, Weaveworks

Sebastian is a Customer Success Engineer at Weaveworks. Sebastian is a codeslinger and system wrangler with an abiding passion for learning and sharing technology. After one score and three years spent building, breaking and fixing software, his current mission is to help customers succeed by fostering developer innovation.

Sebastian is also a three-peat progenitor, maker of omelets, and an accomplished dog wrestler. He currently resides in Jersey City, New Jersey.

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