Microservices? Monolith? It doesn't matter! Let JenkinsX give you a preview environment for each Pull Request, on every repo you import JenkinsX into.In this talk, we'll take a Symfony4 application, import JenkinsX into it, and each Pull Request will have its own dynamic sub domain, running on a Kubernetes cluster, deployed using helm. This is just skimming the surface of awesome power for your Symfony projects.


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Michael Bush at 20:38 on 11 Sep 2019

Very good talk, suffered from technical issues in the middle, apart from the small hiccup, very informative and helpful with lots of updates I was not aware of.

Lucia Velasco at 21:20 on 11 Sep 2019

I REALLY appreciate people who check that their accent and enunciation are intelligible to everyone!
I'm impressed with the quick style change on iTerm. Technical problems suck, you handled them very gracefully. Good use of memes at the start!
Ooh, Tekton sounds interesting!
I like that you walked us through what the different components of the output translate to (i.e. this bit creates this here) and you were really clear on the different options at each stage. It was valuable to a bit of a breakdown on gke/aws/eks (did I get the acronyms right?)
Ahhh I love that you made DevOps a bit more approachable! Sometimes I think it's such a world away from my frontend work... But you're right, I'm a smart people, I can do that shit too!
Holy heck I love the preview/UAT stuff.

This is a stellar talk. 10/10 for content and encouragement, next time I see it I hope there are no technical issues!

Outstanding topic, great knowledge & expertise, and a very easy manner - when you think about the layers of complexity this talk had to straddle, I think Paul pitched it really nicely. I've thought about this constantly all the way home and since I woke up this morning, and am genuinely excited to push this as a useful step forward.

Technical challenges well-handled I thought (or at least without too much disruption). There were a few points where it was hard to hear Paul from the back, so maybe keep an eye on ensuring projection all the way through.

While I currently only understand AWS etc. with a sort of nodding familiarity, I was really impressed that Paul was able to convey the essence of complex things like that without getting bogged down in it, and remain focused on the bit that we were there for.

And I loved that one of the world's steering-figures of PHP also does a bit of roofing on the side.

Adam Evans at 11:46 on 12 Sep 2019

Not familiar with the topic so this was a good introduction to the subject. I felt that the explanation from the slides were a little unnecessary and those parts could have just been integrated into the demo.
Because I’m new to the subject and coupled with the technical difficulties it was a little hard to follow the specifics, although I came away with a top level understanding of the concepts. Sometimes the speaking was a little quiet and difficult to hear, so that’s a pointer to keep in mind.
Other than that a nice guy with good knowledge and understanding of the subject, appreciative of others, good talk all in all!