- [Instructor] Continuous Integration.…What exactly is continuous integration, or what we call CI?…It's a name that gets thrown around a lot these days…and some people get confused as to what it actually means.…For our course and for me personally,…continuous integration or CI, is the process…of automating the build and testing of the code…every time a team member commits…those changes to version control.…So, if I am working in TFVC,…Team Foundation and Version Control,…if I'm working in Git, if I'm working in Bitbucket,…GitHub, GitLab, it doesn't matter where I'm working.…
If I am checking code into that version control system,…I want to ensure that that code is going to work…and compile with everything that exists in version control,…with the stuff I'm checking in,…so I want to make sure I run a build.…Not only that, but I want to run some low-level tests.…Some priority tests, some tests that are really important…just to kind of exercise the application a little bit…and make sure we get a sanity check…and that everything seems to be working correctly.…
- What is DevOps?
- Release pipelines
- Azure environments
- Azure Resource Manager (ARM) and ARM templates
- Deploying to Azure App Services
- Installing and configuring agents
- Running CI builds
- Creating a CD release pipeline
- CI/CD in action in Azure
Skill Level Intermediate
1. What Is DevOps?
2. Azure DevOps Release Pipelines
3. Microsoft Azure Environment
4. Installing Build and Release Agents
5. Continuous Integration (CI)
6. Continuous Delivery (CD)
7. CI/CD in Action in Azure
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