Understand the notion of continuous testing in the context of DevOps and cloud computing.
- [Instructor] So now let's talk about continuous testing.…That's a component of development and operations…that we've looked at so far.…You saw in the previous video.…So the goals for testing your code are,…you want to confirm the desired functionality.…It's able to solve the business problem…that you've been given to solve.…We will catch programming and syntax errors.…We're humans, we make errors.…We wanna be able to find those errors…and resolve those errors as soon as possible.…Standardize code patterns and formats.…So, if we use a coding standard within the organization,…are we adhering to it and living up…to good coding behaviors?…Reduce bugs due to non-desired application usage…and logic failures, as well as…make applications more secure.…
Security is systemic to everything we're doing here.…You're not going to create a database,…you're not gonna leverage an application,…you're not going to do development, operations,…deployment, even testing, without considering security.…Reducing bugs basically is always gonna be the objective.…
- 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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