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Friday, June 16 • 11:15am - 11:50am
How we build OKD (Kubernetes distro) using Tekton

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Building Cloud Native applications using a CI/CD pipeline is now a well established practice. But what if we could build an entire Kubernetes distribution, from the OS up to the K8s cluster operators, for multiple CPU architectures, in a Cloud Native way? That's what we're doing in OKD (https://www.okd.io/): building a feature-packed Kubernetes distribution using Tekton pipelines, in the open.

In this presentation, we’ll look at he build processes of OKD. We’ll show how the OKD community builds container images using Tekton Pipelines, which are runnable both locally and on a cluster, and how we bundle those together with a base Linux operating system to create a fully-featured, multi-arch enabled, distribution of Kubernetes, from the OS up to the Operators, in a Cloud Native way.

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Timothée Ravier

CoreOS engineer, Red Hat
CoreOS engineer at Red Hat, Fedora Kinoite maintainer, KDE developer. See my README at https://github.com/travier
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Christian Glombek

Associate Software Engineer and OKD WG Red Hat Engineering Chair, Red Hat
OpenShift Engineer and Fedora Contributor

Friday June 16, 2023 11:15am - 11:50am CEST
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