Understand the notion of continuous testing in the context of DevOps and cloud computing.
- [Instructor] Continuous integration…is just what it sounds like.…It's the ability to do coding,…planning, measuring, operating,…deployment, release, test, and building…over and over again, iterating.…As you can see by this graphic,…continuous integration is about, in essence, never stopping.…So, it's always improving the software that you have,…the ability to get feedback directly from the end users,…the ability to measure the effectiveness of the software,…and the ability to inform the developers…of the changes that need to be made.…
The ability to build it, the ability to test it,…the ability to release it, and the ability to deploy it,…all within the same automated manner.…The idea, if we're moving to continuous integration,…with the target platform being cloud computing,…that this is, in essence, the lifeblood…of development and operations.…The ability to bring systems together,…to make them work together and play together,…so to be able to solve the needs of the end user…to best meet the needs of the business.…
- 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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