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Managing infrastructure through GitOps with GitLab and Anthos

Enabling workload portability across cloud and On-Prem with Containers, Kubernetes, and Knative is half the battle when modernizing applications into Cloud Native solutions. The other half is operating cross-functional teams in a Cloud Native way with GitOps principles.

During this webcast, you will learn how to use GitLab on Anthos, configure your first CI/CD pipeline to deploy apps to any GKE cluster, and set up your Source Code Repository with appropriate config files for all administrative policies that can be applied to your Kubernetes clusters both on-premises and in the cloud.

In this webcast, we will cover:

  • An overview of the GitLab and Anthos Config Management joint solution
  • How to manage networking, ACL, and deployment policies across your clusters
  • Getting started with CI/CD pipelines to automate operational and deployment processes


Théo Chamley

Solutions Architect at Google Cloud

Théo is a Solutions Architect at Google and has made it his mission to make the Cloud easier. He has spent the majority of his career in the web industry, gaining experiences in areas such as DevOps, cloud architecture, and consulting. Today, he is focused on helping IT organisations succeed in their cloud transformation.

Mayank Tahilramani

Sr. Alliance Manager at GitLab

Before joining GitLab, Mayank has led several roles spanning from managing alliances/partnerships at Google Cloud, software pre-sales and technical SME for networking solutions at Citrix, as well as functioned as a developer at a smaller software consulting company in Biotech. In his free time you'll either find him exploring the outdoors in the Pacific North West or tinkering away with some shiny new open source technology at home.

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