Jan 28, 2019
This week, your host, Jeffrey Palermo, is bringing you a special solo episode to discuss current industry news in the DevOps space, as well as some of his latest tips and strategies.
Jeffrey has been incredibly passionate about DevOps for a while now — since 2006 to be exact. Earlier in his career, he was a founding board member of a group called Agile Austin, led the Austin .NET User Group for about 5 years, and founded the Azure Austin Group. Since 2005, he has really had a passion for helping development teams be great — and the DevOps movement, in many ways, is a continuation of the passions of the Agile movement. It’s a very unselfish movement — and that’s why he loves it.
He knew he wanted to contribute to the conversation after noticing the lack of outlets for DevOps conversations in the Microsoft community. So, in 2017, he started the Azure DevOps User Group on Meetup, then, in 2018, he launched this podcast, the Azure DevOps Podcast.
In today’s episode, Jeffrey reviews some of the current industry news and tips, including; an interesting announcement in the A.I. space about Cortana, ServiceNow Change Management in Azure Pipelines, Azure DevOps Agents on Azure Container Instances (ACI), .NET Core 3 and 4.8, and an article about Razor Components. He also gives his 10 tips for rapidly recovering when a deployment breaks badly.
Topics of Discussion:
[:52] About today’s show, Jeffrey’s background in the industry, and his passion for the DevOps movement.
[2:50] Jeffrey reviews some current industry news and tips!
[16:35] A word from Azure DevOps sponsor: Clear Measure.
[17:02] An interesting strategy announcement in the A.I. space about Cortana.
[20:39] Jeffrey highlights an article about Razor Components and gives his take on it.
[29:11] About the fantastic kickoff presentation by Brian Harry on the Azure DevOps User Group.
[30:17] 10 tips for rapidly recovering when a deployment breaks badly.
[38:13] Announcing an upcoming Azure DevOps Podcast episode.
Mentioned in this Episode:
Clear Measure (Sponsor)
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