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Wednesday, August 30 • 2:00pm - 2:45pm
Infrastructure Testing: Validating your Cloud Configuration in Jenkins Pipelines

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Gone are the days of “stacking and racking" servers and networking gear. Infrastructure is software now and needs to be managed the same way we manage feature and testing code. But how do we take a test-driven approach to cloud resources? What constitutes success or failure, and how do we automate these infrastructure assertions like we do other kinds of tests?

Fugue is a cloud infrastructure management system designed to provision infrastructure and ensure it conforms to business rules, corporate IT policies, and known-good practices. Using a straightforward declarative syntax, teams can treat infrastructure code the same way they manage feature code and tests, and break the build if the infrastructure is wrong.

In this session, we will demonstrate:

  • Declarative code for provisioning a complete application environment in AWS

  • How to define a set of success conditions, including region-awareness, resource cost constraints, security group ingress rules, and other criteria

  • Using a git flow model and Jenkins Pipeline to test different rules per branch

  • Bringing it all together for on-demand policy-compliant production environment clones for every stage of delivery


Speakers
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Michael Sage

Technical Lead for Customer Engagements, Fugue
Michael Sage is technical lead for customer engagements at Fugue. He has over 15 years’ experience as a solutions architect and consultant helping teams of all sizes with software delivery and performance management. Previously, Michael worked with industry-leading companies Merc... Read More →


Wednesday August 30, 2017 2:00pm - 2:45pm
Golden Gate C1/C2
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