Still deploying applications and infrastructure with the GUI? Learn the tricks to quickly get to Infrastructure as Code, and learn Best Practices on organizing, structuring and deploying your new repositories. Take the leap and setup a fully tested pipeline for your infrastructure delivery! Theory is great, and DevOps is a solid goal, but how do you actually get the time and ability to evolve yourself and your team to leverage these benefits. It is actually pretty easy when you know how, so In this session we drop the theory and focus on the practice. Using free tools, and some smart hidden tricks, we will reverse engineer an Azure hosted environment to their respective Infrastructure Code. Next, we will create a new DevOps pipeline, Validate the configuration and use automation to deploy the services based on this new code; in a simple repeatable manner. This session guarantees that regardless of your roll – ‘developer/operations’; your current skill – ‘noob/expert’; you will learn some neat tricks and leave with the knowledge to change your life forever.
Damian is a Principal Consultant for Innofactor (Norway); an evangelist guided on the principal of “Making incredible technology, incredibly simple.”. Recognized as a Microsoft MVP since 2011 and Cisco Champion since 2014, he can be found blogging at www.damianflynn.com, tweeting under the alias @damian_flynn, and has published a number of white papers, technical articles, webinars, and co-author of multiple Microsoft Cloud related books, and Official Course-ware. He is a regular presenter at many international and community events, Currently focused on Cloud Technologies, Specialising in Azure Governance, and sustainable DevOps; Assisting organisations on Cloud optimised delivery of Legacy Apps and Microservices, leveraging containers and serverless when possible. When not working; his passion is IoT, with a background in PLC and embedded electronics, and has delivered professional home automation solutions.
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