Standardized Deployments for Cloud-Native Apps in Azure with Porter [Webinar]

Application deployment is complicated and error-prone. Especially when it comes to cloud-native apps. Numerous tools have to work seamlessly hand-in-hand to ensure deployments are successful. The Cloud Native Application Bundles (CNAB) specification defines how cloud-native apps are distributed, deployed, upgraded, and retracted, including their dependencies. Porter - an open-source implementation of CNAB - empowers users to bake everything into a distributable, atomic unit to guarantee frictionless deployments. Cloud infrastructure, container images, helm charts, configuration scripts, or even custom code, with Porter, you can tidy up and standardize all mission-critical processes in the application lifecycle.

Watch this webinar recording with Azure-MVP Thorsten Hans and learn the fundamentals of CNAB and Porter. See how to master the journey to standardize your cloud-native app deployment.

Recording of the Azure-Porter Webinar

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Presenter & Moderator

Presenter

Thorsten Hans

Thorsten Hans is consultant at Thinktecture and focuses on Kubernetes, Docker, and Infrastructure as Code. On the client-side he is tremendously experienced with Angular and Electron.
Moderator

Gøran Homberg

Gøran Homberg is Consultant at Thinktecture and works with our clients on requirements engineering, project definition, and project management.

Agenda

  • What is the problem regarding cloud-native application deployment?
  • Cloud-Native Application Bundles (CNAB) explained
  • Introducing Porter
  • Demo - Deploying cloud-native apps to Azure with Porter
  • Q&A

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