In this screen-cast I am explaining Azure DevOps Multistage Pipelines and showcasing a pipeline with two stages to build and deploy an application. This is a continuation to the Azure DevOps Basic Concepts screen-cast, expanding on the scenario I started, by introducing Continuous Deployment to the existing Continuous Integration process.
In this screen-cast I am covering the basic concepts of Azure DevOps. I am using Visual Studio, the Azure Portal and Azure DevOps to showcase the Microsoft ecosystem as it relates to modern cloud development practices. I will be covering the basics of Azure Pipelines and Continuous Integration in preparation for subsequent more advanced videos on this topic.
In this second part of the Azure Service Fabric series, I build upon the theory I covered in part one, by developing an application that utilizes several Service Fabric components. By watching this screen-cast you will learn how to build stateful, stateless and actor services, while developing an IoT device simulation and monitoring system.
This is the first part in a series of screen-casts dedicated to Azure Service Fabric. In this video you will learn the theory about Service Fabric, the types of applications it should be used for and the programming models available. You will also see a demonstration of creating a Service Fabric solution, running it locally and examining the Service Fabric Local Cluster Manager.
Microservices is a popular topic in the circles of software development in the recent years. It is an architectural style in which application domains are separated into bounded contexts that become loosely coupled services, focused only on specific functionality.
During the screencast the viewers will benefit by learning how to utilize Visual Studio and the Azure SDK, and several different Azure services such as Web API Apps, Azure Functions, Logic Apps, Azure Service Bus, Azure Tables and Azure Active Directory. The goal of this screencast is to provide realistic enough guidance and information that you can apply to your own projects.