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GitOps Deployment and Image Management

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GitOps is a term that has become very popular in the last few years and is easily on its way to becoming just as overloaded with myth and mystery as DevOps. In this series of articles, we will present the principles and practices of GitOps, explaining the why and how of the automated processes that aim to deliver secure, high-quality, microservice-based applications quickly and efficiently. In part 1 of the series, we introduced the main concepts of GitOps, together with the open source automation technology Tekton and ArgoCD. These tools operate on the Red Hat OpenShift platform to deliver a cloud-native continuous integration and continuous delivery process. The first article also gave an indicative structure for Git repository and ArgoCD applications that can create a secure and audited process for the delivery to production. This article will continue the series by explaining how container images produced during the continuous integration phase can be successfully managed and used within the continuous delivery phase.

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