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Tuesday, May 9 • 3:30pm - 4:00pm
Save Your Pipelines (and Clusters!) with Tekton Results - Adam Kaplan, Red Hat & Dibyo Mukherjee, Google

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What should you do with your pipeline once it finishes running? How will you know what was run, or what went wrong if your pipeline failed? For many Tekton users, the answer is to keep the completed TaskRun and PipelineRun objects on the cluster so logs and other data can be retrieved later. However, this storage is not reliable, is difficult to query, and at scale could destabilize the entire CI/CD cluster. This session will showcase how Tekton Results solves these problems by archiving Tekton run objects and their logs to external storage. Using the `tkn-results` plugin, we will then demonstrate how this data can be queried using the flexible and extendable API that powers the Results system. At the end of this session, attendees will understand how Tekton Results can be used to improve the stability, performance, and usability of their CI/CD infrastructure.

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Dibyo Mukherjee

Software Engineer, Google
Dibyo Mukherjee (he/him) is a Software Engineer at Google working on Cloud CI/CD. He is currently a maintainer for the Tekton project and a member of its governing board. Previously, he was a maintainer for Spinnaker and worked on building APIs and tooling for the Apigee API management... Read More →
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Adam Kaplan

Principal Software Engineer, Red Hat, Inc.
Adam Kaplan (he/him/his) is a software engineer at Red Hat, a maintainer of the Shipwright and Tekton projects, and CD Foundation Governing Board member. He currently leads efforts at Red Hat to simplify hybrid cloud application development, and previously maintained developer-focused... Read More →

Tuesday May 9, 2023 3:30pm - 4:00pm PDT
Meeting Room 221-222
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