The DevOps Deployment Pipeline: Implementing DevOps Principles Using Azure Pipelines

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Azure Pipelines is one of the major cloud platforms used by technical support engineers to create and manage pipelines. In this course, you'll explore the core features of Azure Pipelines and how to use them for continuous integration and delivery. You'll examine the environments that can be used to create deployment targets, the types of jobs that can be configured, the artifacts that can be utilized, and the Azure Pipelines ecosystem's components. Additionally, you'll recognize the use of pull request validation triggers, identify how to debug and resolve Azure Pipeline execution issues, and learn to create VMs for continuous deployment implementation. Finally, you'll learn how to use Azure Pipelines to clone, export, and import pipelines as well as to build GitHub repositories and images containing Dockerfiles.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
    describe the core features and capabilities of Azure Pipelines and recognize how they're used to build and test code projects automatically
    specify the different approaches to building pipelines powered by continuous integration and continuous delivery
    identify the core concepts, essential terms, and integral pipeline elements associated with Azure Pipelines
    define the concept of "jobs" in Azure Pipelines and classify the different types of jobs that can be configured
    build a GitHub repository using Azure Pipelines
    demonstrate the steps to clone, export, and import pipelines in the same project
    add jobs of different types to build pipelines using the Classic interface
  • recognize the use of continuous integration and pull request validation triggers based on the type of repository that was built in Azure Pipelines
    list the core components of the Azure Pipelines ecosystem that support diversified build and deploy pipeline phases
    describe the features of the diverse types of environments that can be used to create deployment targets
    create environments and use virtual machines to implement continuous deployment with Azure Pipelines
    demonstrate how to use Azure Pipelines to build images for generic repositories containing Dockerfiles
    identify the types of artifacts that can be used in Azure Pipelines and the various artifact publishing configuration methods
    list the common issues that can occur during pipeline execution and the possible approaches to debugging and resolving these issues
    summarize the key concepts covered in this course

IN THIS COURSE

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    1. 
    Course Overview
    1m 30s
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    2. 
    Azure Pipelines: Features and Capabilities
    4m 53s
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    3. 
    Methods for Building Pipelines Powered by CI/CD
    3m 52s
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    4. 
    Fundamental Azure Pipelines Terms and Concepts
    6m 54s
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    Job Types in Azure Pipelines
    4m 2s
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    Building a GitHub Repo Using Azure Pipelines
    3m 3s
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    Cloning, Exporting, and Importing Pipelines
    3m 24s
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    Adding Jobs to Build Azure Pipelines
    3m 28s
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    Trigger Types in Azure Pipelines
    3m 33s
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    Azure Pipelines Ecosystem Components
    3m 18s
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    Environment Types for Deployment
    3m 47s
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    Creating Environments and Using Azure VMs
    2m 1s
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    Building Container Images Using Azure Pipelines
    4m 7s
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    Artifact Types in Azure Pipelines
    4m 5s
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    Pipeline Execution Issues and Troubleshooting
    4m 48s
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    16. 
    Course Summary
    1m 21s

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