Building and Configuring CI/CD pipelines on GCP
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Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Delivery (CD) enables teams to adopt automation in building, testing, and deploying software. CI/CD along with DevOps practices are attracting a lot of attention and playing an important part in the software development process. Efficient CI/CD strategies enable companies to deliver better value by being able to reach out to the market with shorter turn-around times, thereby increasing revenues and gaining market share.
CI/CD practices enable us to proactively resolve bugs, issues, and other problems at a much earlier stage. This results in a significant reduction in the overall software development cost.
In this course, you will learn the skills required for building CI/CD pipelines using tools such as Google Cloud Build, Google Container Registry, and Source Repository. The course will start by showing you how to develop code in Cloud Shell and then upload it to Google Source Repository. It will then guide you through the CI/CD pipeline stage to build and deploy an application to GKE using Container Registry and Cloud Build.
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By the end of this course, you will know how to:
- Work with immutable artifacts
- Deploy immutable artifacts using Cloud Build
- Trigger builds
- Set up Cloud Build pipelines
This course is suited to anyone interested in building CI/CD pipelines on Google Cloud Platform (GCP) using Cloud Build and Container Registry.
To get the most out of this course, you should have a working knowledge of Docker, Containers, and Kubernetes.
The source code used in this course can be obtained from the following GitHub repository: https://github.com/cloudacademy/source-code-pipeline-demo-repo
Congratulations for completing this course and I hope you enjoyed this course. In this course, we learned the core concepts needed to build and deploy CICD pipelines on Google Cloud Platform. To recap, we learned about the immutable artifacts and what problem it solves. Then we learned about GCP service, Container Registry, which offers Docker Registry solution. Then we learned about the Cloud Build service to configure CICD pipelines and use Cloud Source Repository as a private git repo. We also looked at different things we can do with Cloud Build, such as Rollback, notifications using PubSub, logging. Thanks for making it to the end of this course. Happy learning and keep learning.
Pradeep Bhadani is an IT Consultant with over nine years of experience and holds various certifications related to AWS, GCP, and HashiCorp. He is recognized as HashiCorp Ambassador and GDE (Google Developers Expert) in Cloud for his knowledge and contribution to the community.
He has extensive experience in building data platforms on the cloud and as well as on-premises through the use of DevOps strategies & automation. Pradeep is skilled at delivering technical concepts helping teams and individuals to upskill on the latest technologies.