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Setting up a GitOps workflow with Argo CD and GitHub actions

Posted on November 15, 2023 | By Arsh Sharma

Community post originally published on a personal blog by Arsh Sharma GitOps is gaining increasing popularity these days, and for good reason. The principles of GitOps promote the use of Git repositories as the ultimate source of truth…

Coming soon! Certified Argo Project Associate

Posted on November 6, 2023

Cloud Native Computer Foundation and Linux Foundation Training and Certification today announced the new Certified Argo Project Associate (CAPA) certification. Argo Project, an open-source, container-native workflow engine for orchestrating parallel jobs on Kubernetes, is an increasingly in-demand skill…

Using GitHub apps with ArgoCD

Posted on October 27, 2023 | By Mitch Connors

Ambassador post originally published on Medium by Mitch Connors In preparation for my upcoming talk with Christian Hernandez, I’m setting up an ArgoCD instance which pulls config from a private GitHub repository. While this is my first time using Argo…

Argo rollouts 1.6 release

Posted on September 7, 2023

Project post originally published on the Argo blog by Zach Aller Welcome Argo Rollouts 1.6! This release had 33 contributors, of which 22 were first-timers, and includes 134 commits. Thank you all for your contributions! This release is a…

Argo CD end user threat model: security considerations for hardening declarative GitOps CD on Kubernetes

Posted on April 21, 2023 | By Andres Vega + Michael Crenshaw

Community post by Andres Vega from ControlPlane and Michael Crenshaw from Argo CD Argo CD provides deployment flexibility, which enables operators to configure it to varying situations. The new report by ControlPlane provides a comprehensive threat modeling analysis…

Argo and Flux: grown-up GitOps for cloud native generation

Posted on December 27, 2022 | By Chris Aniszczyk

It’s a watershed moment in the evolution of cloud native: Argo and Flux, which let teams declaratively deploy and run applications and workflows on Kubernetes using GitOps, have left CNCF’s incubation phase. In graduating, the pair demonstrated advanced…

Progressive delivery with service mesh – Argo Rollouts with Istio

Posted on December 16, 2022 | By Atulpriya Sharma

Guest post originally published on the InfraCloud blog by Atulpriya Sharma We’ve all heard the phrase – Change is the only constant. That holds true for everything around us. Traditionally applications were released in a waterfall-based model where…

The New Stack: “Argo CD and Flux Are CNCF Grads: But What Now?”

Posted on December 13, 2022

Argo CD and Flux achieving CNCF graduation status definitely represents a solid nod to GitOps’ viability in the community. But now that both projects reached this milestone within a few days of each other, what does this mean…

Heise Online: “CNCF nimmt GitOps in den Fokus und befördert auch Argo zum Graduate-Projekt”

Posted on December 9, 2022

Der deklarative Ansatz von GitOps – im Sinne des von Weaveworks-CEO Alexis Richardson geprägten “Operations by Pull Requests” – verspricht Entwicklerinnen und Entwicklern ein automatisiertes, schnelles und sicheres Deployment von Anwendungen auch in komplexen Cloud-nativen Umgebungen.

TechTarget: “GitOps hits stride as CNCF graduates Flux CD and Argo CD”

Posted on December 8, 2022

With the open source community’s seal of approval for two major GitOps projects, the automated code deployment method is ready for enterprise production and has already found widespread use there among early adopters this year.