DevOps (Development-Operations) is getting a lot of buzz as of late yet the need to get this under control has been around for years. With that said, here are some upcoming webcasts from InCycle Software on how Visual Studio 2012 supports DevOps. Simply click on the date to register for the webcast.
DevOps Series No. 1 | Reducing release cycle with Visual Studio 2012
Reduce the time to release and simplify your Build-test -release process with Visual Studio! Visual Studio and its partners are now extending its scope to include the interactions between development and operations – releasing from dev to operations, monitoring and debugging live applications and bringing feedback from production back to the development floor. In this session, attendees will understand the components of the DevOps offering from Microsoft and partners to streamline even further the full lifecycle of applications.
DevOps Series No. 2 | Building release-friendly apps – Strategies for continuous deployment
Is your package ready to release in production? Do you need to provide a hot fix but still struggle with releasing your line of code? Join us to learn more about best practices in build and packaging with Team Foundation Server 2012. The session will provide different branch and merging strategies as well as packaging solutions supported by usage scenarios. Start implementing continuous delivery to release early and often by adopting a modern release cycle!
DevOps Series No. 3 | Provisioning for continuous testing with Azure
This workshop will help attendees understand how to leverage Windows Azure and Visual Studio to create load tests with enough volume to stress large applications. This session will cover both Visual Studio and the deployment of Windows Azure hosts for creating the Load Testing infrastructure. Learn how to leverage Visual Studio Ultimate and Windows Azure for building large load tests for applications ranging from small to large.
InRelease 3.0 Launch Event
InRelease is a continuous delivery solution for .NET teams that automates the release cycle from Visual Studio Team Foundation Server through multiple environments up to production. InRelease allows you to reduce your time to release by removing back-and-forth emails which leaves your team focused on improving code quality!