Version & Source Control: Working With Source Control Tools

DevOps
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While aspiring DevOps engineers may have a background in support, they often lack exposure to the standard tools used for specific development support tasks, such as source control. In this course, you'll identify the essential features and purposes of prominent source control tools and the technical support-related situations in which to avail of them. Specifically, you'll learn to install, set up, and work with Git, GitLab, Beanstalk, Apache Subversion, AWS CodeCommit, Azure DevOps Server, Concurrent Versions System, and IBM Rational Team Concert. You'll use these tools to share and manage code and repositories, collaborate and track work, and ship applications.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
    describe the features of Git and the GitLab CI/CD toolchain that can be used as a complete DevOps platform to deliver DevOps solutions as single applications
    connect external repositories, set up repository mirroring, and create lightweight projects with GitLab
    list the prominent Beanstalk features that help define workflows to write, review, and deploy code
    set up a Beanstalk account to create repositories and manage branches and resource deployments
    describe the essential features, architecture, and design of Apache Subversion
    install the Subversion client and utilize it to create Subversion repositories and perform file and directory operations
    specify the prominent features of AWS CodeCommit to implement a source control service that hosts secure Git-based repositories
  • recognize the different approaches to setting up AWS CodeCommit for enabling the use of repositories and source control
    demonstrate the steps involved in setting up HTTPS connections to AWS CodeCommit using git-remote-codecommit
    set up Azure DevOps Server to share code, track work, and ship applications
    describe the architecture of Concurrent Versions System and the benefits of using it over Revision Control System
    install Concurrent Versions System and demonstrate the steps of using Concurrent Versions System to manage DevOps pipeline assets
    recognize the elements of the source control component of IBM Rational Team Concert that can be used to manage component-driven or feature-driven development
    set up IBM Rational Team Concert and create repository workspaces from streams for managing changes in the source code
    summarize the key concepts covered in this course

IN THIS COURSE

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    Course Overview
    1m 11s
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    DevOps Features of Git and GitLab
    3m 46s
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    Using External Repositories and Repository Mirroring
    5m 44s
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    Beanstalk Features
    4m 3s
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    Beanstalk Setup and Repository Management
    3m 10s
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    Apache Subversion Features
    4m 22s
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    Installing and Working With Subversion
    4m 41s
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    AWS CodeCommit Features
    5m 10s
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    Options for Setting up AWS CodeCommit
    2m 7s
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    Setting Up HTTPS Connections to AWS CodeCommit
    2m 23s
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    Setting up Azure DevOps Server
    2m 58s
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    Architecture and Features of CVS
    2m 30s
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    Installing and Working With CVS
    2m 32s
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    IBM Rational Team Concert for Source Control
    4m 17s
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    Setting up and Using IBM Rational Team Concert
    4m 51s
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    Course Summary
    1m 39s

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