All Around Azure: DevOps with GitHub Session 1: Getting started with DevOps

All Around Azure: DevOps with GitHub Session 1: Getting started with DevOps

All Around Azure: DevOps with GitHub: Getting started with DevOps. As teams grow, finding ways to effectively work together is vital. Communication across teams is challenging. We need to enable discovery of conversations and related information. Source code, scripts, configuration files, deployment docs and other related content also need to be centralized and versioned. Finally, teams need tooling that not only works across multiple project types and languages, but also facilitates remote-first collaboration.

As teams grow, finding ways to effectively work together is vital. Communication across teams is challenging. We need to enable discovery of conversations and related information. Source code, scripts, configuration files, deployment docs and other related content also need to be centralized and versioned. Finally, teams need tooling that not only works across multiple project types and languages, but also facilitates remote-first collaboration.

Attendee Takeaways:

  • For incidents to be effectively managed, someone needs to be responsible for responding.
  • No magic people or machines! Reduce the dependence on individual user accounts or environments with service principals and managed identities.
  • Use automation to deliver change into the environment – remove manual steps.

Concepts Covered:

  • Security and Compliance
  • Communications and Collaboration
  • CD/Release Management

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