This year we are excited to offer 4 great workshops. This is a chance for you to spend an entire day learning from experts. We've got teams from Microsoft and Docker presenting information so you are getting it right from the source!
DevOps is the union of people, process, and product to enable continuous delivery of value for our end users. Implementing a DevOps practice in your organization is a complex multi-step process. Assuming you get organizational buy in and your team is ready to go, how can you implement it. How can you use Azure DevOps and other Azure services to create an effective release pipeline?
In this workshop, learn how you can use Visual Studio 2017, ASP.NET, Azure DevOps, and other Azure services to create an effective, automated pipeline.Learning Objectives
The workshop will be a combination of presentation on the concepts needed to work with Azure DevOps, demo’s, and lots of hands-on where each attendee will setup their own environment and pipelines.
Everything will be provided, including VM’s with developer tools, Azure environments, VSTS accounts, etc. You need to bring a laptop capable of RDP’ing into a VM and your enthusiasm to learn.
The Azure cloud is huge (so that’s why they call it the cloud!) and the vast service catalog may appear daunting at first. It doesn’t have to be!
Docker EE2.0 is the first Containers-as-a-Service platform to offer production-level support for the integrated management and security of both Linux and Windows Server Containers. It is also the first platform to support both Docker Swarm and Kubernetes orchestration.
In this lab we'll use a Docker EE cluster comprised of Windows and Linux nodes. We'll deploy both a Java web app on Linux and a multi-service application that includes both Windows and Linux components using Docker Swarm. Then we'll take a look at securing and scaling the application. Finally, we will then deploy the app using Kubernetes.