Coming soon: GitOps Cookbook

Alex Soto Bueno, Natale Vinto
May 27, 2022
GitOps Cookbook


GitOps Cookbook: Kubernetes Automation in Practice

Coming in fall 2022: Get the early release, raw, and unedited chapters, NOW!

This preview edition excerpt includes Chapters 1–4.

GitOps has become a standard in deploying applications to Kubernetes and is a common methodology adopted by many companies for their DevOps and cloud-native strategy. 

In this developer-oriented book, we collect all useful recipes and examples to follow GitOps practices on Kubernetes. By providing experiences from applied processes in the Kubernetes community and industry, including application modernization, CI/CD, and automation, authors Natale Vinto and Alex Soto Bueno share a collection of lessons learned and walk you through the necessary steps for successful hands-on applications development and deployment with GitOps.

This preview of the GitOps Cookbook provides an overview of:

  • Get an introduction to key GitOps concepts
  • Understand Docker, Kubernetes, and Git requirements needed for your GitOps practice
  • Learn how to package your application as a container image

GitOps Cookbook will provide a list of methods and recipes for deploying applications to aid you in establishing development cycles on Kubernetes following a GitOps approach.

Register now to be notified of the availability of the full release of the GitOps Cookbook. 

About the authors: 

Alex Soto Bueno

Alex Soto is a Director of Developer Experience at Red Hat. He is passionate about the Java world, and software automation, and he believes in the open source software model. Alex is the co-author of Testing Java Microservices, Quarkus Cookbook, and Securing Kubernetes Secrets, and a contributor to several open-source projects. A Java Champion since 2017, he is also an international speaker and teacher at Salle URL University. Find him on Twitter @alexsotob.

Natale Vinto

Natale Vinto is a Software Engineer with more than 10 years of expertise in IT and ICT technologies and a consolidated background in telecommunications and Linux operating systems. Natale is co-author of Modernizing Enterprise Java for O’Reilly and a contributor to open source projects.

Today, Natale is a Developer Advocate for OpenShift at Red Hat, helping people within communities and customers have success with their Kubernetes and cloud-native strategy.

Find him on Twitter @natalevinto.

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