Containers are a hot topic. Octopus Cloud has been using Linux containers for over a year. From 2020.6 it is the recommended way to run Octopus in a container.
In this webinar, Octopus Deploy’s Solutions Architects Derek Campbell and Adam Close will run the Octopus Linux container locally. They’ll also explain the concepts involved and deploy the container onto Microsoft’s cloud-managed Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS).
In this webinar you will learn:
- About the components of the Octopus Deploy Linux container.
- How to run Octopus in a container.
- How to set up the Octopus container on AKS
Meet the speakers
Solutions Architect – Octopus Deploy
Adam Close is a Solutions Architect at Octopus Deploy. Adam helps our customers by providing advice to improve and automate their CI/CD pipelines. He also contributes to blogs and webinars to educate both new and experienced Octopus users. His extensive knowledge of Octopus comes from using the product since version 3. Before starting with us, Adam worked for organizations that supplied healthcare software to the NHS.
Principal Solutions Architect – Octopus Deploy
Derek Campbell is a Principal Solutions Architect at Octopus Deploy in the Community team. Derek is passionate about helping and building Communities and has previously worked in Customer Solutions, where he helped some of the largest customers of Octopus be successful. During his time in DevOps and automation consultancy, Derek has automated CI/CD pipelines and helped lead and implement CI/CD at numerous companies worldwide. Derek is passionate about helping organizations and people improve using technology to help their personal and business objectives.