- Converting classic pipelines to YAML pipelines
- Editing YAML in the portal
- Customizing the workflow
- Deploying pipelines
- Working with triggers and variables
- Using pipeline templates
- Pipeline patterns
- Working with scripts
- Containers and Kubernetes
Skill Level Intermediate
- [Mike] Continuous delivery takes artifacts generated in the continuous integration pipeline and delivers it into some production-like environment. Understanding how to do that is crucial to success in software delivery. In this course, we're going to take a look at how Azure YAML pipelines uses triggers, stages, variables, jobs, and tasks to build and package your code. We're going to take a look at how infrastructure's code can be used to deploy services into Azure, and we'll see how templates and variable groups make it easy to reuse common components in your pipelines, and finally we're going to show some patterns of how DevOps pipelines are used to automate cloud governance and documentation. Hi, I'm Mike. I've been writing code for a long time, but the utility of what Azure Pipelines brings to the table to make things predictable, consistent and stable is one of the key success factors in delivering predictable value to my customers. Grab your code, and let's dig in to YAML Pipelines.
Azure for DevOps: Dependency Managementwith Gurinder Singh Mann47m 5s Intermediate
Azure for DevOps: Application Infrastructurewith Gurinder Singh Mann1h 20m Intermediate
What you should know1m 18s
1. Azure DevOps Pipelines
2. Deployment Pipelines
3. YAML Deep Dive
4. Pipeline Patterns with YAML
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