Version & Source Control: Basics

DevOps    |    Beginner
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To work as a DevOps technical support engineer, you need a basic understanding of the growing number of version and source control tools. In this course, you'll explore the history of source control systems, examine how project management without source control differs from PM with source control, and recognize the control mechanisms used by Dev and Ops teams when working with control systems. You'll then identify the different types of source control systems and when to use them, and distinguish between cloud and cloudless version control systems. Next, you'll recognize the best practices for implementing version control in DevOps, and how to improve and measure the effectiveness of source control systems. Finally, you'll list the features of a source code repository and the primary source code repository providers.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
    recall the history of source control systems and the benefits of adopting source control systems as a part of the development practice
    define the concept of source control and compare the differences between project management with and without source control
    list the artifacts that benefit from source and version control systems and help DevOps practitioners realize the benefits of source control
    recall the control mechanisms used by the Dev and Ops teams when working with control systems to manage code and relevant code artifacts for collaboration and versioning
    classify the prominent types of source control systems and the scenarios in which the right source control systems can be adopted
    describe the fundamental concept of version control systems and the architecture of the prominent types of version control systems independent of cloud
    specify the concept of a source control system as a cloud service along with the benefits afforded by cloud-hosted source control systems
  • illustrate the use of version control systems as a mandatory component to implement continuous delivery with agile and DevOps practices
    describe the practices that need to be adopted to implement version control in DevOps and facilitate continuous delivery and productive release management
    recognize the critical issues of using source control systems and the approaches that can be adopted to improve and measure the effectiveness of source control systems
    describe the approach to using feature branch patterns and trunk-based development patterns to implement source control in the DevOps lifecycle
    describe the features of a source code repository along with the critical activities associated with managing and utilizing repositories
    list the primary source code repository providers and recognize when to use them to manage DevOps artifacts in DevOps delivery pipelines
    summarize the key concepts covered in this course

IN THIS COURSE

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    1. 
    Course Overview
    1m 13s
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    2. 
    Source Control System History
    4m 7s
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    3. 
    PM With and Without Source Control
    3m 44s
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    4. 
    Artifact Types as Source
    5m 23s
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    5. 
    Listing Controls Applied to Source Control
    5m 53s
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    6. 
    Source Control System Types
    3m 17s
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    Cloudless Source Control Systems
    4m 33s
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    8. 
    Cloud-hosted Source Control
    4m 21s
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    9. 
    Version Control in DevOps
    8m 1s
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    10. 
    Version Control Best Practices
    4m 12s
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    11. 
    Identifying and Managing Critical Issues
    3m 44s
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    12. 
    DevOps Source Control Patterns
    4m 16s
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    13. 
    Source Code Repository and Activities
    2m 55s
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    14. 
    Source Code Repository Providers
    3m 38s
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    15. 
    Course Summary
    1m 6s

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