Beginning Azure DevOps

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Beginning Azure DevOps, Wiley
Planning, Building, Testing, and Releasing Software Applications on Azure
Von Adora Nwodo, im heise Shop in digitaler Fassung erhältlich
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THE PERFECT DEVOPS GUIDE FOR BEGINNING AZURE USERS

In Beginning Azure DevOps: Planning, Building, Testing and Releasing Software Applications on Azure, award-winning software engineer Adora Nwodo delivers a beginner's guide to DevOps on the Microsoft-powered Azure cloud platform. In the book, you'll learn to deploy Azure's built-in DevOps tools required to plan, build, test, and ship applications.

The author explains how to use Azure's functionality for project management, version control, code testing, and continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD). She discusses how to plan software development projects from start to finish using Agile and Scrum techniques. Readers will also find:

* Updated source code repositories on GitHub with instructive practice exercises
* Strategies for improving collaboration and automating your code-to-cloud workflows
* Techniques for securing your code with advanced capabilities

An essential resource for Azure novices who hope to learn about the myriad possibilities unlocked by Azure DevOps tools, Beginning Azure DevOps will also earn a place in the libraries of software professionals familiar with other cloud platforms who hope to gain a foothold in the Azure cloud environment.

ADORA NWODO is an award-winning software engineer who develops mixed-reality products on the Azure cloud at Microsoft. She regularly publishes tech and career content on her blog and YouTube channel, where she teaches her community about software, infrastructure, and cloud engineering. She is a sought-after public speaker, tech community leader, and is the author of the self-published, Cloud Engineering for Beginners.
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Anbieter:
Wiley
Autor:
Adora Nwodo
Artikelnummer:
9781394165896
Veröffentlicht:
31.03.2023
Seitenanzahl:
256