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Why are people coming to .NET DevOps Bootcamp?
Is simplifying your software development and processes something that you'd like to see happen in your organization?
If so, this class was made with you and your team in mind!
This class is designed for senior developers, lead engineers and software architects - leaders in organizations. This class is aimed at up-levelling all the teams involved with DevOps environments.
All the way from things that have to be decided before code is written through version control techniques, builds, deployments and everything in between including the end of the process that creates a loop cycle telemetry and production observability.
Meet your Instructor
Chief Architect & CEO of Clear Measure
In addition to being CEO at Clear Measure, Jeffrey, a Microsoft MVP, is also the founder of the Azure DevOps Podcast and the Azure DevOps User Group. Previously he was a founding board member of Agile Austin, the founder of AzureAustin, and a leader in the Austin .NET User Group.
Jeffrey is a well-known author and international public speaker. He has received 13 Most Valuable Professional awards from Microsoft and has spoken at industry conferences such as Microsoft TechEd, Microsoft Ignite, Microsoft Build, DevTeach, VSLive and various other regional conferences. Jeffrey has other books in the ASP.NET MVC in Action series as well as two video books on ASP.NET MVC and nearly a dozen magazine articles on various .NET development topics.
Jeffrey also loves conversations that involve: Jesus, motorcycles (KTM), Boy Scouts, military deployments, Texas A&M, and camping.
- Warm-up & Module 1: DevOps Architecture Overview & the 3 Ways of DevOps
- Module 2: Process and tracking work
- Module 3: Version control architecture & decomposition
- Module 4: Private builds & continuous integration builds
- Module 5: DevOps quality and defect detection
- Module 6: Release management
- Module 7: Repeatable automated deployments
- Module 8: Auto provisioning of environments (infrastructure as code - IaC)
- Module 9: Runtime observability, logs, and telemetry
- Module 10: Large system, layered pipelines
- Module 11: DevOps automation for legacy systems
- Module 12: Applied DevOps scenarios (micro-services, desktop applications, offline/non-real-time deployments, etc)
In addition to the 2 Days Immersive Bootcamp with Instructor Jeffrey Palermo.... your Bootcamp enrollment includes:
- A free print and digital copy of Jeffrey's book, .NET DevOps for Azure
- 50% discount off the retail price of a 30-Point DevOps Inspection for an application (*1-time offer per company)
- A free, post-training follow-up consultation with Jeffrey
***VIRTUAL SEATS AVAILABLE***
Our training is being held at Lakeway Resort and Spa in Lakeway, TX just outside the tech hub - Austin, TX.
If you are flying in, you may want to consider a car rental to explore the area and dine. Be aware that arrive times can increase significantly during high traffic times. The Waze app is very helpful. Uber also services the area as well.
If you have any questions at all while making your plans for attending, please don't hesitate to contact us.
Prior to enrollment: [email protected]
Following enrollment: Monica's contact will be provided to you.
Lakeway Resort and Spa
Located on the shores of Lake Travis, our 2-day training will be conducted at Lakeway Resort and Spa.
Our training is about 23 miles from Downtown Austin. Depending on traffic, plan for about a 50 minute drive into town.
Austin-Bergstrom Airport is about 30 miles - or 1 hour from Lakeway Resort and Spa.
Investment Analytics & Data Associate
I came here to improve on some of the DevOps practices we've been using already. Maybe fill in some of the gaps. [When I go back to work ]One of the things I'm looking forward to is scripting out our environment setups because it is very time consuming and difficult to replicate.
[Our Deployment process] is definitely a pain point. ….There's a bunch of different ways that aren't standardized at all. The first thing I'll do [when I go back to work] is setup proper health checks. That looked like an easy first step to improve things.