Trusted Delivery for Stateful Applications With GitOps and Policy-As-Code


Build a GitOps pipeline to deploy a database-backed stateful application and enforce Kube-Native policies with Kyverno.

In this track, you will install Flux, a continuous delivery platform for Kubernetes, and configure a GitOps pipeline do deploy a web application with a MongoDB database. You will also learn how to enforce policies defined with Kyverno, a policy engine designed for Kubernetes, and integrate it within the pipeline.

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Time: 33 mins

Understand the Ondat platform and how to use it to solve persistent storage challenges in Kubernetes. 

Time: 30 mins

Setup an Ondat cluster and unleash the power of stateful applications!

Time: 60 mins

Deploy Elasticsearch, Fluentd and Kibanana on Kubernetes without compromise on data availability.

Time: 33 mins

Play with the building blocks of Kubernetes to secure your Data.


Time: 60 mins

Compare performance of EBS and Instance Store volumes. While Instance Storage Volumes are supposed to be ephemeral, they come at a fraction of the cost of EBS Volumes.

Time: 60 mins

Use Terraform modules packaged as AWS Blueprints to deploy an EKS cluster bundled with Ondat distributed storage solution.