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Finance-Level Security on Deployments With Earnin, AWS and Armory


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Sponsored by ARMORY

Wednesday, July 28, 2021
3 p.m. ET

Earnin has a small DevOps team - to count them, you don’t even need to use all five fingers. But with an engineering team of over 100, two monolithic applications, 40+ microservices and 80 pipelines, they needed to supersize themselves.

Find out how this small-but-mighty team migrated all of their applications, microservices and pipelines in just three months, made all merges ready for production release and enabled single-click approval—all of which resulted in a 3x reduction in deployment time.

Key Takeaways:

  • The importance of increasing visibility so teams can manage services effectively
  • The strength of different deployment strategies, such as one-click rollback and blue/green deployment
  • Why being fully modularized with deployment-as-code matters
  • How to use Helm Charts to support different pipeline use cases
Senior DevOps Engineer - Earnin
Vivek is a Devops/Platform Engineer with Earnin focused on Spinnaker on-boarding, migration of microservices, and implementing deployment strategies using Red/black and Canary deployment. In his past roles, Vivek has helped engineering teams improve software delivery and deployment through Agile, DevOps and Continuous Delivery across Energy, Financial, and Information Technology industries.
Customer Success Manager - Armory
Adam has spent the better part of the last 15 years helping technology teams improve software delivery and experience through Agile, DevOps, and Continuous Delivery. He's passionate about startups and has been lucky to go through exits with Rally Software (IPO) and VictorOps (acquisition by Splunk). Adam loves working within this community and occasionally scares himself by giving talks at tech conferences.
Software Engineer - Earnin
Seong is a DevOps/Platform Engineer at Earnin who specializes in new Devops infrastructure and tools. Seong orchestrated Armory Spinnaker into Earnin’s development platform, which helped transform the company’s continuous delivery system. In his previous roles, Seong helped engineers with building new infrastructure as code using terraform enterprise combined with his knowledge on AWS and Kubernetes.
Specialist Solutions Architect - AWS
Theo is a Specialist Solutions Architect for AWS App Mesh and AWS Cloud Map. In his role, he defines the AWS engagement strategy and go-to-market plan for AWS App Mesh and AWS Cloud Map. He is a leader in the containers technical field community and drives education of container-related specialty topics such as networking, security, and modern applications. Theo started his career over 15 years ago helping small businesses to embrace Information Technology, and spent 4 years managing a networking and security team at the State of Florida. He started at AWS in 2016 as a Technical Account Manager, steadily increasing his focus on containers and modern architectures. Today, he is committed to discovering and evangelizing the next wave of innovation to bring technology everywhere.

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