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Portable Pipelines



Carlos Leon enlists some of the best practices to make a pipeline portable from one tool to the other and make it testable from a local environment.


Carlos Leon has been working for most of his life in IT. Originally from Barranquilla, currently based in The Netherlands where he works as an independent consultant at The Cloud Natives, helping companies on the strategic and technical fronts for successful missions to the cloud, to full automation and to an agile way of working through inception.

About the conference

Annual DevOps Pro Europe conference covers the core principles and concepts of the DevOps methodology and demonstrates how to use the most common DevOps patterns to develop, deploy and maintain applications on-premises and in the cloud. DevOps Pro Europe conference puts the spotlight on entire software delivery pipeline.

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Feb 28, 2020

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  • Portability via Abstraction

    by Ahamed Mustafa,

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    • With respect to the same question of "setback because of Bash", when we have an enterprise wide tool/platform at our disposal to leverage , why & when should we reduce it to mere state machine as proposed?

    • What do you think about enabling portability by abstracting the steps/build process with a custom definition/DSL?

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