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A dream of every developer is to have their applications ever up-to-date without a lot of effort. In this session we will talk about Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery concepts, and we will see how it is possible to achieve this goal using the tools that Visual Studio Team Services provide us.

A dream of every developer is to have their applications ever up-to-date without a lot of effort. In this session we will talk about Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery concepts, and we will see how it is possible to achieve this goal using the tools that Visual Studio Team Services provide us.

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Continuous Integration: a real win-win for developers

  1. 1. Davide Benvegnù Microsoft MVP Visual Studio ALM CI: a real win-win for developers aka CI and CD in the Enterprise Scenario
  2. 2. Davide Benvegnù • Director & CTO – DBTek Ltd • Former International Development Manager – Aruba.it • Microsoft MVP in Visual Studio ALM • Speaker • Trainer • 14+ years experience in IT • 11+ years experience in ALM/ DevOps @davidebenvegnu – www.dbtek.com.hk – davide@dbtek.com.hk @bout Me
  3. 3. • CI and CD: what and how? • Visual Studio Team Services • Demo: GitHub • Demo: CI + CD (slot swap) • Demo: CI + CD (multilayer) Agenda
  4. 4. Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment
  5. 5. Every* check-in starts a build operation It’s the starting point of a release pipeline Best way to check the code integration Validation of the changes Continuous Integration
  6. 6. After the build succeeds, automated deploy Use deployment templates to deploy your projects to on premises, hybrid, or cloud Can deploy to single environment or to multiple environments (dev, int, test, preprod, prod…) Continuous Deployment
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  8. 8. Manual Builds and Deploy Source Build Test Deploy Monitor and Learn cspkg Environments cspkg
  9. 9. Environments Dev/Test Integration Pre-Production Production Continuous Integration and Deployment Source Build Test Deploy Monitor and Learn cspkg cspkg cspkg cspkg cspkg
  10. 10. • Different environments (dev, qa, uat, preprod, prod) • Using slots for deployment • Spin-up new environments on demand • Deploy multi-tier applications and dependencies • Apply database changes Real world deployments
  11. 11. Why VSTS and TFS
  12. 12. Complete suite Source Control, Agile planning, Test management, Build, Release Management Integrated Environment Link code, work items, tests, build and releases Enterprise readiness Security, SLA, ISO, pools and queue management Why VSTS / TFS
  13. 13. Hosted build / release agents * No installation required Multi-platform Build natively on Windows, Mac, and Linux Build .Net, Java, Objective-C, Javascript.. Release Management Deploy to a multi-environment release pipeline Use existing release and approval flows * Available only on VSTS CI and CD in VSTS / TFS
  14. 14. DEMO

Editor's Notes

  • [Slide goal]

    Describe how DevOps enables organizations to increase the flow of value by focusing on implementation of a continuous delivery pipeline as a means to achieve shorter cycle times.

    [Talk track]

    Continuous delivery is a set of process patterns that enable releases to be highly repeatable and frequent events for every environment - from development to test and ultimately to production. The goal of continuous delivery is to make releases a no-cost non-event, in order to give IT the ability to do them very frequently and no reasons not to.



  • [Slide goal]

    Describe how DevOps enables organizations to increase the flow of value by focusing on adoption and implementation of continuous integration, a key process pattern of continuous delivery, as a means to achieve shorter cycle times.

    [Talk track]

    Continuous integration, one of the process patterns of continuous delivery, turns every commit to the source code repository into an instantiation of the release pipeline, where it becomes a candidate to be delivered to production.


  • [Slide goal]

    Describe how DevOps enables organizations to increase the flow of value by focusing on adoption and implementation of continuous deployment, a key process pattern of continuous delivery, as a means to achieve shorter cycle times.

    [Talk track]

    As it moves through the pipeline, continuous deployment through automaton, enables the release candidate to be deployed to the various environments available to perform work at every stage, in a highly repeatable, low-risk way.






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