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*CompTIA has approved this webinar for 1 CEU for the following certifications until 6/21/2020 - Approved for A+, Network+ and Cloud+*

Continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) are considered by most to be the backbone of DevOps. The goal with this webinar is to show you a practical example of building, testing, and deploying applications with Azure DevOps Services. We'll step through the end-to-end process of building a fully automated build and release pipeline for a Node and Express application, and then use Azure DevOps Services to create the CI/CD pipeline and Azure App Service for deploying to development/staging and production.

This is a demo heavy session with plenty of code samples you'll be able to use immediately when you get back to the office.

Bio:
Mike Pfeiffer is a twenty-year tech industry veteran, published author, and international conference speaker. He's a former architect for Amazon Web Services (AWS) and engineer for Microsoft. Pfeiffer is the founder of CloudSkills.io and is a multi-year recipient of the prestigious Microsoft MVP award. He's a Pluralsight author, and you can find his courses via https://app.pluralsight.com/profile/author/mike-pfeiffer. Learn more about Mike's company via https://cloudskills.io
6/21/2019 1:00 PMCloud; DevOpsDevOps
CompTIA has approved this webinar for 1 CEU for the following certifications until 6212020 - Approved for A Network and Cloud

Continuous integration and continuous delivery CICD are considered by most to be the backbone of DevOps The goal with this webinar is to show you a practical example of building testing and deploying applications with Azure DevOps Services Well step through the end-to-end process of building a fully automated build and release pipeline for a Node and Express application and then use Azure DevOps Services to create the CICD pipeline and Azure App Service for deploying to developmentstaging and production

This is a demo heavy session with plenty of code samples youll be able to use immediately when you get back to the office

Bio
Mike Pfeiffer is a twenty-year tech industry veteran published author and international conference speaker Hes a former architect for Amazon Web Services AWS and engineer for Microsoft Pfeiffer is the founder of CloudSkillsio and is a multi-year recipient of the prestigious Microsoft MVP award Hes a Pluralsight author and you can find his courses via httpsapppluralsightcomprofileauthormike-pfeiffer Learn more about Mikes company via httpscloudskillsio 
Build Your First CICD Pipeline using Azure DevOps with Mike Pfeiffer - 1 CEU60 minutes
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An integral part to any DevOps effort involves automation. No longer do we wish to manage tens, hundreds or even thousands of servers by hand, even if that were possible. What we need is a programmatic way to create and configure servers, be those for local development, all the way to production.

This is where tools like Ansible come into play. Ansible offers us a way to define what our server configurations are to look like using plain-text, version-controlled configuration files.

Not only does this help with avoiding “snow-flakes”, but it promotes server configuration to participate in the SDLC, pulling server configuration closer to the developers.

In this session, we will explore what Ansible has to offer, decipher the Ansible terminology, and run some examples to configure a local server.

About the speaker
Raju Gandhi is a programmer, consultant, speaker, trainer and all around nice guy. He has worked in the software industry for over 15 years, with experience in both government and private sector. He is a strong advocate of functional programming, and a proponent of immutability across both hardware and software. You can find him online on twitter as @looselytyped, as well as his blog, https://www.looselytyped.com. He’s a speaker for the No Fluff Just Stuff Java conference series, who host UberCon, RichWeb, ArchCon, Angular Summits, etc., and does about 20 conferences a year. In his spare time, you will find Raju reading, playing with technology, or spending time with his wonderful and significantly better half.
12/13/2018 1:00 PMProgramming; DevOps
An integral part to any DevOps effort involves automation No longer do we wish to manage tens hundreds or even thousands of servers by hand even if that were possible What we need is a programmatic way to create and configure servers be those for local development all the way to production

This is where tools like Ansible come into play Ansible offers us a way to define what our server configurations are to look like using plain-text version-controlled configuration files

Not only does this help with avoiding “snow-flakes” but it promotes server configuration to participate in the SDLC pulling server configuration closer to the developers

In this session we will explore what Ansible has to offer decipher the Ansible terminology and run some examples to configure a local server

About the speaker
Raju Gandhi is a programmer consultant speaker trainer and all around nice guy He has worked in the software industry for over 15 years with experience in both government and private sector He is a strong advocate of functional programming and a proponent of immutability across both hardware and software You can find him online on twitter as @looselytyped as well as his blog httpswwwlooselytypedcom He’s a speaker for the No Fluff Just Stuff Java conference series who host UberCon RichWeb ArchCon Angular Summits etc and does about 20 conferences a year In his spare time you will find Raju reading playing with technology or spending time with his wonderful and significantly better half
I-a-a-C with Ansible with Raju Gandhi58 minutes
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Getting Started with Kubernetes
How do you manage multiple containers that may need to be scaled out over time? Kubernetes to the rescue! Kubernetes is popular open-source system for automating deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications. In this webinar, Dan Wahlin will discuss the role that Kubernetes plays, describe key concepts such as pods, nodes, and deployments, and show how you can get started using Kubernetes locally or in the cloud. If you've heard about Kubernetes but haven't made time to learn more about it then this is the webinar for you!

Bio:
Dan Wahlin founded Wahlin Consulting (https://codewithdan.com) which provides training, consulting and architecture services on Web technologies such as Angular, Node.js, Express, JavaScript, TypeScript, C#, ASP.NET Core, Web API, Microservices, and Docker. He’s also published many developer courses on Pluralsight.com and Udemy.com. Dan is a Docker Captain, Google GDE, Microsoft MVP and Regional Director and speaks at conferences and user groups around the world.  Dan has written several books on Web technologies, hundreds of technical articles and blog posts (https://blog.codewithdan.com) and runs the "Code with Dan Web Development Newsletter" - a great way to stay up on the latest technologies. Follow Dan on Twitter @DanWahlin.
10/5/2018 1:00 PMProgramming
Getting Started with Kubernetes
How do you manage multiple containers that may need to be scaled out over time Kubernetes to the rescue Kubernetes is popular open-source system for automating deployment scaling and management of containerized applications In this webinar Dan Wahlin will discuss the role that Kubernetes plays describe key concepts such as pods nodes and deployments and show how you can get started using Kubernetes locally or in the cloud If youve heard about Kubernetes but havent made time to learn more about it then this is the webinar for you

Bio
Dan Wahlin founded Wahlin Consulting httpscodewithdancom which provides training consulting and architecture services on Web technologies such as Angular Nodejs Express JavaScript TypeScript C ASPNET Core Web API Microservices and Docker He’s also published many developer courses on Pluralsightcom and Udemycom Dan is a Docker Captain Google GDE Microsoft MVP and Regional Director and speaks at conferences and user groups around the world  Dan has written several books on Web technologies hundreds of technical articles and blog posts httpsblogcodewithdancom and runs the Code with Dan Web Development Newsletter - a great way to stay up on the latest technologies Follow Dan on Twitter @DanWahlin
Getting Started with Kubernetes with Dan Wahlin 70 minutes
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DevOps is a set of practices, tools, and teamwork methodologies that contribute to a faster, more reliable software release cycle. This closer relationship between IT Operations and Development personnel is challenging, to say the least. In this session, Pluralsight author and Microsoft MVP Tim Warner provides practical guidance on how and why an IT Operations professional can get comfortable and proficient with basic development practices. Overcome your learning curve and embrace agility!
7/18/2018 1:00 PMCloud; DevOps; Infrastructure
DevOps is a set of practices tools and teamwork methodologies that contribute to a faster more reliable software release cycle This closer relationship between IT Operations and Development personnel is challenging to say the least In this session Pluralsight author and Microsoft MVP Tim Warner provides practical guidance on how and why an IT Operations professional can get comfortable and proficient with basic development practices Overcome your learning curve and embrace agility
You Can Lead an IT Ops Professional to Development with Tim Warner  DevOps 55 minutes
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Abstract: "A Gentle Introduction to DevOps"
Terms like 'agile,' 'continuous integration,' and 'fail fast, recover fast' are all the rage in IT nowadays. And we do mean rage--DevOps is a contentious topic, prone to strong opinions and hyperbole.

Microsoft MVP Tim Warner will lead a calm, reasonable discussion on precisely what DevOps is, and could mean, for your business. You will leave this session with a clear understanding of DevOps, as well as a practical action plan.

Author Bio:
Tim Warner is a Microsoft MVP in Cloud and Datacenter Management and a full-time author with Pluralsight. He has worked in nearly every facet of IT, from systems administration and software architecture to technical writing and training. You can reach Tim via Twitter (@TechTrainerTim) or his blog, azuredepot.com.
12/13/2017 1:00 PMDevOpsDevOps
Abstract A Gentle Introduction to DevOps
Terms like agile continuous integration and fail fast recover fast are all the rage in IT nowadays And we do mean rage--DevOps is a contentious topic prone to strong opinions and hyperbole

Microsoft MVP Tim Warner will lead a calm reasonable discussion on precisely what DevOps is and could mean for your business You will leave this session with a clear understanding of DevOps as well as a practical action plan

Author Bio
Tim Warner is a Microsoft MVP in Cloud and Datacenter Management and a full-time author with Pluralsight He has worked in nearly every facet of IT from systems administration and software architecture to technical writing and training You can reach Tim via Twitter @TechTrainerTim or his blog azuredepotcom
A Gentle Introduction to DevOps with Tim Warner 55 minutes