Join Paul Hacker for an in-depth discussion in this video Introduction to agents, part of Continuous Delivery with Azure DevOps.
- [Instructor] What exactly are build and release agents?…There's two types of agents…for build and release.…We have the Microsoft-hosted agent.…These are agents that are managed by Microsoft in Azure,…a Microsoft hardware.…The simplest way to get started to using…the build and releases is to be able to take advantage…of the hosted agents that you get…when you sign up for Azure DevOps.…If you find that you need to have more control…over the servers,…the build servers, release servers that you're working with,…the agent servers,…then you're going to need to install the agent…on your own servers, your self-hosted servers.…
These are servers that you are going to manage.…That means you're going to patch 'em,…you're going to make sure they're updated,…you going to make sure that the agents get updated.…It's going to be your responsibility to take care…of these servers.…These can be either on-premise servers in your data center.…They could be physical machines.…They could be virtual machines.…You could also create virtual machines running in Azure,…
- 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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