Config Management Camp 2024 Ghent

GitOps with CUE
2024-02-05, 16:45–17:35, B.3.036

Nobody ever wanted to become a YAML engineer, but let's face it: YAML isn't going to go away soon, so we better find a more pleasant way to deal with it.

In this presentation, you'll learn why CUE is an excellent tool to generate YAML. We will also cover one of many ways to configure your Kubernetes clusters the GitOps way.

Tim combines developer expertise with system engineering skills to improve developer experience and quality of service for customers for products running on OpenShift and VM-based platforms. Starting his career as a developer, Tim transitioned into System Engineering, eventually embracing DevOps and automation, with a recent focus on Developer Platforms. Currently, he spends the majority of his time doing Terraform and Ansible to support developers in using OpenShift, Jenkins, Vault, Elasticsearch etc. effectively.

Tim loves creating things with paper like Origami or Papercraft, as long as the models are challenging enough...