Blue/Green deployment en Azure App Services con Azure DevOps

 
Spanish Intermediate DevOps

La implementación blue/green es un modelo de implementación en el que mantenemos dos entornos de producción en modo activo-activo en espera. En este caso, uno de los entornos siempre atiende tráfico de producción, mientras que el otro puede estar inactivo o usarse para probar funciones. En esta sesión aprenderemos cómo implementar el modelo Blue/Green por medio de Azure DevOps en una solución web desplegada con Azure App Services

Speaker

Adrián Alpízar

Desarrollador .net

Desarrollador Sr en .net con experiencia en sector financiero y educativo

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