Packaging in DevOps: Packaging Applications for Cloud

DevOps    |    Intermediate
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There are several cloud-based application packaging tools available. Knowing how to choose and use the best tool for a task will streamline the DevOps packaging life cycle. In this course, you'll examine the features and benefits of AWS Systems Manager Distributor, the packaging structure used by AWS CodeArtifact, and the application package architecture, features, and benefits afforded by Azure Batch. You'll outline the strategy for packaging applications in hybrid and multi-cloud environments and identify the architecture and key components to packaging applications for Kubernetes. Next, you'll create packages using AWS Systems Manager Distributor and create repositories with AWS CodeArtifact to store, publish, and share software packages. Finally, you'll manage application packages in an Azure Batch account, deploy container images of packaged applications to Cloud Run, and build packages with Maven artifacts using Google Cloud Storage.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
    describe the AWS approach to managing application packaging and distribution
    describe the features and benefits afforded by AWS Systems Manager Distributor
    create packages in Distributor by choosing the simple package creation workflow in the Distributor console of AWS Systems Manager
    recognize the concepts, terms, and packaging structure used when working with AWS CodeArtifact
    create repositories and securely store, publish, and share software packages using AWS CodeArtifact
    describe the application package architecture, features, and benefits afforded by Azure Batch
  • create an Azure Batch account, a pool of compute nodes, and a job that runs basic tasks on the pool
    use the Azure Portal to manage application packages in the Azure Batch account
    create an application, package it into a container image, and deploy the container image to Cloud Run
    build packages with Maven artifacts using Google Cloud Storage
    describe a packaging strategy that can be used to package applications for deployment on hybrid and multi-cloud environments
    recognize the architecture and core components used to package applications for Kubernetes that can, in turn, be used to achieve portable package deployment in the cloud
    summarize the key concepts covered in this course

IN THIS COURSE

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    1. 
    Course Overview
    1m 22s
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    2. 
    The AWS Packaging Approach
    3m 52s
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    Systems Manager Distributor
    2m 24s
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    Creating Packages Using the Distributor Console
    4m 50s
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    AWS CodeArtifact
    4m 55s
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    6. 
    Working With AWS CodeArtifact
    4m 20s
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    Azure Batch
    4m 6s
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    Working With Azure Batch
    8m 7s
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    Managing Application Packages With Azure Batch
    2m 53s
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    Packaging With Cloud Run
    3m 36s
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    Packaging With Maven and Google Cloud Storage
    4m 32s
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    Packaging Strategy for Hybrid/Multi-cloud Deployments
    3m 47s
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    13. 
    Packaging for Kubernetes
    3m 13s
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    14. 
    Course Summary
    1m 34s

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