It’s not as scary as it sounds. DevOps isn’t a job, a title, or a department. It’s a culture. A mindset.
Let’s start with simple automation. By automating your build and release pipeline, you can begin to implement a DevOps culture in your organization. We’ll explore the tools that will enable you to achieve this both quickly and easily.
In this session, we will start from scratch by building a brand new application and finish with a fully functional Continuous Integration / Continuous Delivery pipeline utilizing Visual Studio, Azure DevOps, Azure cloud resources, and ARM templates to deploy the Azure cloud resources.
We will explore the DevOps tooling provided by Azure DevOps and developer workflow using branch policies with pull requests and gated check-ins.
Bio: Ryan Foote is the Lead Developer on the Cloud Development Team at Dayton Freight Lines in Dayton, OH. He has been in Software Development for 15 years, 13 of those at Dayton Freight. He specializes in web application and database development and design. He is currently focusing on CQRS, Scrum and Agile practices, DevOps, and Domain Driven Design.
From Ryan: I believe I offer an interesting perspective amongst those who deliver content. A large number of presenters are consultants or work at major software companies, I however, work at an LTL freight company. Our main company mission is NOT delivering software. Often in organizations such as mine, being on the cutting edge or learning the latest development trend isn’t a priority. I can show developers who may be in a similar situation how they can begin implementing and leveraging the same ideas, patterns and practices that many who drive our industry use.