Top Stories from Microsoft Build – 2019.05.10

Edward Thomson

Whew, what a week! Microsoft Build 2019 has come and gone, and what an amazing conference it was. There were so many great announcements for Microsoft products, and for Azure and DevOps in particular. I absolutely cannot wait to get home and start playing with the new features. (And I hope you’re excited, too!) And a very special thanks to everybody who took the time to came visit us at our booths on the expo floor.

But if you weren’t able to make it to the conference, don’t worry, the conference can come to you. This week instead of the usual top stories from the community, I wanted to link to all the great content at Build that focused on DevOps.

Scott Guthrie and Donovan Brown announced some of the new features in Azure DevOps in Scott’s keynote, and then we had a number of great breakout sessions to dive more in-depth and look more closely at how Azure DevOps is used by actual customers.

Breakout Sessions

From Zero to DevOps Superhero: The Container Edition by Jessica Deen

Ship it to every platform with Azure Pipelines by Edward Thomson

Using AI and automation to build resiliency into Azure DevOps by Rob Jahn

End to end application development and DevOps on Azure Kubernetes Service by Atul Malaviya, Sean McKenna, and John Stallo

DevOps for applications running on Windows by Oren Novotny and Ricardo Minguez Pablos

Columbia Sportswear’s CI practices, processes, and automation to accelerate Azure PaaS adoption by Scott Nasello

Microsoft’s journey to becoming an open source enterprise with GitHub by Matthew McCullough and Jared Parsons

.NET Application Modernization with Pivotal and Azure DevOps by Ning Kuang and Shawn Neal

Breaking the Wall between Data Scientists and App Developers with MLOps by David Aronchick and Jordan Edwards

Building Python Web Applications with Visual Studio Code, Docker, and Azure by Dan Taylor

Implementing control at scale in a cloud & devops centric environment using policy and blueprints by Joseph Chan and Liz Kim

No more last mile problems! Quickly deploy .NET, Python, Java and Node apps on Azure App Service by Stefan Schackow and Andrew Westgarth

Theater Sessions

If you’re crunched for time, don’t miss Damian Brady’s amazing theater sessions End to End Azure DevOps and DevOps – Where to start?.

Build On-Demand Sessions

The Azure DevOps team got into the studios ahead of the Build conference to show you some of the new features.

YAML Release Pipelines in Azure DevOps with Sasha Rosenbaum

Integrating GitHub and Azure Boards by Edward Thomson

(Re-)Introducing Azure Artifacts featuring Alex Mullans

Build Live

Of course, the breakout and theater sessions aren’t the only time we’re talking about DevOps. The Channel 9 team brought in a stage for Build Live, talking right to the engineering teams working on features. Be sure to watch:

Moving Fastify to Azure Pipelines with Damian Brady and Matteo Collina

Azure Pipelines and DevOps featuring Damian Brady, Edward Thomson and Abel Wang

MLOps: How to Bring Your Data Science to Production with David Aronchick and Shivani Patel

We’ll be back to the normal top stories round-up next week. As always, if you’ve written an article about Azure DevOps or find some great content about DevOps on Azure then let me know! I’m @ethomson on Twitter.

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  • Jiping 0

    Great, shocked seeing .Net 21million test cases!

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