Steven Murawski is a Principal Cloud Advocate focused on DevOps, Site Reliability Engineering, and other modern operational concepts. Steven is a founding member of the League of Extraordinary Cloud DevOps Advocates). Steven has worked on both the Dev and Ops sides of the house, most recently as a Principal Engineer at Chef, building tools for operating applications and infrastructure at scale and velocity.
Happy Friday! If you didn't catch it, we recently ran an online event - All Around Azure: DevOps with GitHub. The recorded sessions will be posted early next week, so check it out! Until then, there's these great community posts to take us into the weekend.
Hello from the friendly octocats at GitHub! By now, you might have used [GitHub Actions] for automation, CI/CD, and more. In this guide, you'll use TypeScript to build a GitHub action to interact with an existing service, and then learn how to publish it to GitHub Marketplace for discovery by the larger GitHub community.
And we are back! Now that Abel and Damian have shown us how to build a Continuous Integration/Continuous Delivery (CI/CD) pipeline for the application and database, we've gained a bit of time back in our calendar (those manual deploys were taking a lot of time since our dev team got all Agile on us...).
Jay helped Abel migrate the application...
Welcome to the first in a series on moving your applications to the cloud. Together, with Abel Wang and the rest of the Cloud Advocacy DevOps team, we'll embark on a journey to show you the possibilities available to migrate your application to the cloud. I was lucky enough to start the series off with Abel, where we introduce the application
Happy Friday! (Well, maybe a bit later than Friday - my fault for not double-checking the publishing time). This week, we have a variety of topics, including how to use Azure DevOps with some experiences you may not expect!