DevOps has quickly risen to popularity as a culture shift that enables companies to achieve faster and higher-quality software delivery and increased customer satisfaction.
If you have DevOps FoMO (fear of missing out), the DevOps Fundamentals series is for you. It explains key concepts and practices, and maps them to technical demos with Microsoft technologies. Regardless of your role at work, you can learn some practices to help your team!
If you're a software engineer (Dev), you'll learn how to get your solutions to production without issues, get insights directly from users, and ensure your dev environment is the same as others to avoid "it works on my machine!"
If you're a service engineer (Ops), you'll learn how the automation, configuration and deployment of environments will give you more time to understand the application and infrastructure architecture, and spend more time on proactive work.
You can watch the series on Channel 9, or from here - below is a description and the video of each session.
Introduction to DevOps
It is a challenge to describe the DevOps culture, but at a high level it involves people, processes, and products (in this order). It requires development, testing, operations, business, and other teams to work together, efficiently, to deliver better and faster results to customers. This session covers the fundamentals of DevOps and helps you understand how they map to DevOps practices and how they can be implemented by a variety of products and tools.