Define the logical DevOps process. Get a high-level look at how the process will be designed.
- [Instructor] So at Gigaown they did…a survey and asked the question what…do you consider to be your first step…in your DevOps processes and as…you can see the answers were code check-in,…QA testing, unit testing, build,…integration testing, deployment.…And in order you can see that code checking was…the most popular response then it…was QA testing and then it was…the entire application lifecycle…is covered by the DevOps team which…is unusual response because it reached 15%…because those who are building DevOps systems…understand that a holistic approach to DevOps is required.…
In other words you need to in essence…set up a process that's going to serve…the needs of your particular DevOps team.…And in this case the entire application lifecycle…needs to be covered, understood,…and automated within the process of DevOps.…This is an application lifecycle.…We deal with define, basically define the ideas,…we develop, we take an idea…and turn it into working software.…We operate, we send working software into production.…
- 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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