Join Paul Hacker for an in-depth discussion in this video Prepare for agents configuration, part of Continuous Delivery with Azure DevOps.
- [Instructor] So now we're going to configure the agents.…This is the last step of getting the agent communicating…with our Azure DevOps environment.…In order for us to configure the agents,…we need to understand a few different items,…one of them being how do we want the agent to run.…We can run the agent as a service.…So again, I'm in the Windows environment,…I run it as a Windows service.…And that allows me to run it in a very resilient manner.…By that I mean, if the server goes down…for any reason and comes back online,…I reboot it, it restarts, whatever,…the service will start back up automatically.…
It's set up that way when I configure the agent…to start with, so that way then,…the service is always online,…as long as the machine is online.…And so that's the way that most organizations…run the agents, as a Windows service on a Windows machine.…You also have the ability to run it…in what we call Interactive mode.…And when you're running in interactive mode,…you basically have a command prompt window open…
- 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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