Join Paul Hacker for an in-depth discussion in this video Stages, part of Continuous Delivery with Azure DevOps.
- [Instructor] Alright, let's talk about stages.…What exactly are stages in a release pipeline?…Stages represent where you want to deploy your release.…So you've created a release pipeline,…consist of one of many stages.…And they represent any physical or real stage…that you are going to need such as dev, QA, pre-prod, prod.…You must be able to deploy to a stage independently…of other stages so you don't have the ability to say,…I want to make sure that when I deploy to dev,…this other stage has to have other actions happen in it.…
Each stage is independent of the other…so I don't have to worry about any stage being tied…to something else taking place in other stage.…I should be able to deploy to dev and stop,…QA, stop, so on and so forth.…Some suggestions or examples of stages that you could set up…are like I mentioned, your dev, your QA, your prod,…that represents your different environments you might have…in your organization.…You also might want to do something like…adopt customer ring deployments.…Here at Microsoft, we deploy in rings.…
- 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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