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November 17 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

DevOps in the Modern World

11/17/20222:00pm EST1 hour
DevOps is both a set of application development practices and the operations necessary to host and deploy such software applications. Historically, in the Microsoft application development space, the primary focus was on what was referred to as Application Lifecycle Management (ALM). Today, with the speed of cloud adoption and innovation where budgets are transitioning from a CapEx to OpEx model, what was of limited focus before, is now necessarily broadened to include infrastructure concerns earlier in the software application development lifecycle.

This talk will focus on how Microsoft is at the forefront of supporting and innovating modern DevOps with tooling such as Azure DevOps Pipelines and GitHub as key components in a Continuous Integration/Continuous Deployment (CI/CD) that facilitate migrating away from legacy monolithic endeavors and towards modern cloud concepts like microservices architecture, serverless computing, low-code applications, and containers.

Additional coverage will touch upon how work may be organized through Azure DevOps Boards, Test Plans, and team collaboration that supports an organization’s Agile initiatives.

Presenter: John Petersen, DevOps Practice Lead

John Petersen is 30 + year software veteran based out of Philadelphia, PA. John, in his role as our DevOps Practice Lead, works with customers on their improvement efforts through process and tool adoption in the development, test, build, and deploy software development and release cycle. John is a certified Professional Scrum Trainer, Developer, and Scrum Master from Scrum.org as well as a former ALM Ranger and 14x recipient of Microsoft’s Most Valuable Professional (MVP) award. John holds a BS in Accounting, an MBA in Information Systems, and a Juris Doctor. John is also a columnist and contributing editor for CODE Magazine.

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