Learn how to take the applications into consideration when moving to DevOps in the cloud
- [Narrator] We already talked about…the old way of building software.…Software is built to be shipped…and development features are done.…So, the new way is different.…Services are running and managed.…So we're building systems that are going to be…public services that are run typically in a cloud provider.…And they're going to be managed continuously.…So this is not about shipping…and delivering revisions of software.…This is about placing services that…are being continuously improved.…Services are never done and they are never turned off.…So this is about running something continuously…that exists typically within a cloud system.…
So, understand that those really are the core differences…between traditional applications and…the new way of doing applications.…And again, the old way,…product owners focused only on features.…Everybody knows the feature creep thing…that we had to do as we revised software out there.…And each silo owns their own areas.…However, moving into a DevOps and cloud-based system,…the product owners own operational results…
- DevOps on the cloud
- Continuous delivery, testing, integration, and deployment
- Creating your own DevOps processes
- Defining logical and physical processes
- Selecting cloud services: AWS, Google, Microsoft, and others
- DevOps use cases
Skill Level Beginner
1. Basic DevOps on Clouds Concepts
2. Setting Up a DevOps Process on Clouds
3. Cloud-Based DevOps Services
4. DevOps on Clouds Use Cases
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