I am constantly asked to talk about DevOps and what DevOps means for Microsoft. Although there are many definitions of DevOps floating out in our industry, at Microsoft, DevOps is the merging of people, process and products such that we can continually deliver value to our end users. And clearly, VSTS/TFS and Azure are the products which enables this whole DevOps mindset.
Randy Pagels and I created a DevOps demo which show how VSTS/TFS and Azure can do this. For the next couple of blogs, I will walk you through how to set up our DevOps demo using an asp.net website backed by sql server hosted in Azure. Source control, work item tracking, CI builds and CD pipelines , unit tests, automated ui tests and load tests are all done using VSTS.
All artifacts for this blog series can be found here:https://github.com/abelsquidhead/MercuryHealth
Table Of Content
Part 3: Setting up your Git Repo
Part 4: Setting up your Build
Part 5: Setting up your Release Pipeline
Part 6: Full Demo Walkthrough
Full Demo Walkthrough
Checkout my full demo walkthrough including a video walkthrough here https://github.com/abelsquidhead/DevOpsDemo