Jan 6, 2020
Happy New Year’s — it’s officially 2020! To kick things off for this first episode back, Jeffrey is bringing you a special solo episode that will be entirely focused on the three essential scenarios that your DevOps pipeline needs to support.
Whether you’re doing your own research, planning on putting this all in place for new projects, or even adapting a legacy application with your DevOps environment — this is essential information. This overview will thoroughly cover all three of these scenarios; going in-depth about when they start, what they include, their goals, and the problems that occur when they are not implemented — so be sure to tune in!
Topics of Discussion:
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[:57] Jeffrey gives some quick announcements.
[2:05] About today’s solo episode!
[3:10] What the three essential scenarios are.
[4:20] Starting with the developer scenario first, Jeffrey starts by explaining the general structure of what things are necessary in the DevOps environment to enable the developer to just get something working (AKA the four essential pre-code design decisions that must be made so that any developer can write code).
[9:07] Jeffrey explains what the developer scenario includes.
[12:20] A word from The Azure DevOps Podcast’s sponsor: Clear Measure.
[12:46] Jeffrey makes some announcements about upcoming events and opportunities!
[14:29] Jeffrey picks up his discussion on the developer scenario and finishes explaining the essential capabilities that need to be in the DevOps environment to facilitate it.
[16:37] Jeffrey explains when the team scenario starts, what it includes, and what the goals of it are.
[22:40] All about the support scenario: when it starts, what it includes, and the ultimate goal.
[31:45] Jeffrey wraps up this week’s podcast by summarizing the three scenarios!
[32:21] Be sure to pick up Jeffrey’s book, .NET DevOps for Azure, which outlines how to implement the building blocks of these three scenarios!
[32:33] If you would like a few free chapter excerpts from .NET DevOps for Azure, you can email Jeffrey at Jeffrey@Clear-Measure.com. Also feel free to email him if you have any follow-up questions about this episode or suggestions for future episodes!
Mentioned in this Episode:
Clear Measure (Sponsor)
.NET DevOps Bootcamp 2020 — January 16th & 17th in Austin, T.X.
.NET DevOps for Azure: A Developer's Guide to DevOps Architecture the Right Way, by Jeffrey Palermo — Available on Amazon!
bit.ly/dotnetdevopsebook — Click here to download the .NET DevOps for Azure ebook!
bit.ly/dotnetdevopsbookforcommunity — Visit to get your hands on two free books to give away at conferences or events!
Jeffrey Palermo’s Twitter — Follow to stay informed about future events!
Jeffrey@Clear-Measure.com — Email Jeffrey for a free 30-point DevOps inspection (regularly priced at $5000!) — Spaces are limited!
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