Learn how to take the applications into consideration when moving to DevOps in the cloud.
- [Instructor] In kinda breaking apart…what we talked about in the previous lesson.…So, the old way is that software is built and shipped.…The new way that services are running and managed.…So, ultimately, this is about your ability…to create services, or something that's gonna exist…typically in a hosted environment,…and not necessarily an application instance…that we're gonna put on a floppy…drive or put on a CD, or a DVD.…This is about something that's gonna exist…in an operational state where we're gonna consume it…as a hosted service, typically from a cloud provider.…
So, the old way was also development of features are done.…In other words, we complete things until we get…to a release, and then we stick it on a floppy drive,…we stick it on a CD, we stick it on a DVD.…However, services are never done.…And, they're really existing until they're turned off.…So, the idea is that we're going to create applications,…typically, out of sets of services,…sometimes microservices, web services, things like that,…
- 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
DevOps Foundations: Infrastructure as Codewith Ernest Mueller2h 6m Intermediate
1. Basic DevOps on the Cloud Concepts
2. Setting Up a DevOps Process on the Cloud
3. Cloud-Based DevOps Services
4. DevOps on the Cloud Use Cases
Next Steps for DevOps on the Cloud
Next steps2m 2s
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