Wondering how to leverage Azure elasticity, cost management and simplicity to provide quick to setup and robust build agents for your Azure DevOps Pipelines ? I will try to summarize and share during this talk the many possibilities I have explored during my 8 years+ journey of trying to equip dev teams with the best build pipelines possible: From simple Windows machines, to Azure VM, exploring Docker containers and Linux VM, passing by Azure Container Instances, etc. My main objective will be to give you an overview of all the possibilities you have at hand (insisting on their advantages and drawbacks), as well as demonstrating my favorite build agent setup I have used so far.
I’m a programmer, loving .NET for its clean architecturing capabilities and I am passionated about team work. I am working in Paris and try to be a good ALM Tech Lead at Infinite Square
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