.NET DevOps for Azure : A Developer's Guide to DevOps Architecture the Right Way
- Jeffrey Palermo
- Paperback | 272 pages
- 178 x 254 x 15.49mm | 559g
- Publication date
- 04 Nov 2019
- Publication City/Country
- Berkley, United States
- Edition Statement
- 1st ed.
- Illustrations note
- 155 Illustrations, black and white; XVII, 272 p. 155 illus.
- Bestsellers rank
Use this book as your one-stop shop for architecting a world-class DevOps environment with Microsoft technologies.
.NET DevOps for Azure is a synthesis of practices, tools, and process that, together, can equip a software organization to move fast and deliver the highest quality software. The book begins by discussing the most common challenges faced by developers in DevOps today and offers options and proven solutions on how to implement DevOps for your team.
Daily, millions of developers use .NET to build and operate mission-critical software systems for organizations around the world. While the marketplace has scores of information about the technology, it is completely up to you to put together all the blocks in the right way for your environment.
This book provides you with a model to build on. The relevant principles are covered first along with how to implement that part of the environment. And while variances in tools, language, or requirements will change the needed implementation, the DevOps model is the architecture for the working environment for your team. You can modify parts of the model to customize it to your enterprise, but the architecture will enable all of your teams and applications to accelerate in performance.
What You Will Learn
Get your .NET applications into a DevOps environment in Azure
Analyze and address the part of your DevOps process that causes delays or bottlenecks
Track code using Azure Repos and conduct acceptance tests
Apply the rules for segmenting applications into Git repositories
Understand the different types of builds and when to use each
Know how to think about code validation in your DevOps environment
Provision and configure environments; deploy release candidates across the environments in Azure
Monitor and support software that has been deployed to a production environment
Who This Book Is For
.NET Developers who are using or want to use DevOps in Azure but don't know where to begin