Join Paul Hacker for an in-depth discussion in this video Release pipelines basics, part of Continuous Delivery with Azure DevOps.
- [Instructor] Let's move on to continuous delivery.…What exactly is continuous delivery, or what we call CD?…That's the CD part of CI/CD.…Continuous delivery is the process to build,…test, configure, and deploy from a build…to a production environment, so think about…that for a second when we talk…to teams about continuous delivery.…A lot of teams are saying, yeah, we deliver to Dev,…we deliver to QA, so we're doing continuous delivery.…
If we read this correctly and we follow it,…it means we are building, we are testing,…we are configuring, and deploying from the build…to the production environment,…so it's really important to remember…that we're going all the way out…to the production environment.…We are not stopping at QA or pre-prod,…or some staging environment,…but going all the way out into production.…We're delivering the value to our end-users.…If you remember when we talked about DevOps…at the beginning of the course,…about delivering that continuous value to our customers,…that's what CD is all about, building it…
- 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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