Using GitHub Actions to Deploy to Azure

Using GitHub Actions to Deploy to Azure

Damian sits down with Product Manager Gopinath Chigakkagari to talk about deploying to Azure using GitHub Actions.

Damian sits down with Product Manager Gopinath Chigakkagari to talk about deploying to Azure using GitHub Actions.

Did you know the Azure Pipelines team is responsible not just for Azure Pipelines but for any deployment pipeline to Azure? This includes many third-party tools, but also the new GitHub Actions feature!

In this episode, Gopi walks through a deployment process inside GitHub Actions to deploy a containerized application to Azure on a new push to a repository. Along the way, he’ll also show some of the features and advantages of GitHub Actions itself.

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