Understand the purpose, functioning, and advantages and disadvantages of incorporating Tekton into your technology stack and tooling framework. With this report, software developers and engineers will examine how Tekton stands out among today's continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) tools. Not only is Tekton cloud native--it also runs natively on Kubernetes.
Exactly what gaps does Tekton fill in the Kubernetes ecosystem? What's its potential as a replacement for other tooling? And how can your business use it in a competitive market? Brent Laster, founder and president of Tech Skills Transformations, explains how Tekton provides a powerful and flexible open source framework for creating CI/CD systems, allowing developers to build, test, and deploy across cloud providers and on-premises systems alike.
This report explains:
How Tekton relates to Kubernetes When it makes sense to use Tekton--and when it doesn't Tekton integration and tooling, including the Tekton command line interface and the Tekton dashboard How to use Tekton pipelines and Tekton triggers Competitive advantages and challenges when using Tekton The outlook for Tekton going forward