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Thursday, February 21 • 2:30pm - 2:55pm
OPEN TALK: Anaplan’s Journey from 4-Hour to Zero-Downtime Releases with Kubernetes

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Anaplan's journey with Kubernetes began in early 2018, born out of the growing pains of a fast scaling Silicon Valley startup catering to the connected planning needs of Fortune 2000 Enterprises. In this talk, we describe our process from identifying the needs of the enterprise, over building our platform for running and delivering services on top of Kubernetes, to gradually evolving our current architecture to achieve running our full-stack in many data centers.

We will go in more detail over our release delivery pipeline and how artifacts like helm charts and docker images are propagated to achieve CI/CD till staging with 1-click deployment to production. We will also touch upon the security and operational considerations which made us develop a suite of automation to provision Kubernetes clusters on our own vSphere infrastructure as well as public clouds like AWS and GCP. We explain the challenges we faced both technically and organizationally.

Speakers
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Pavan Tallapragada

Technical Lead, Anaplan
Pavan Tallapragada is a Technical lead in the Platform group at Anaplan primarily focused on Cloud Native Ecosystem. He is currently leading the initiative on bringing container goodness to the enterprise in the form of multi-cloud Kubernetes.
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Roberto Milev

Senior Architect, Anaplan
Roberto Milev is an experienced technology leader with a demonstrated history in cloud architecture and software development across various sectors and industries. He has broad experience in product strategy, technical leadership, building strong agile teams and delivering quality... Read More →


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