Complete CI/CD Pipeline to Microsoft Azure with Docker using Jenkins
We will first review what CD (continuous deployment/delivery) is and will briefly cover how it works. If you’re not familiar with CI/CD tools, I will demo how CD tools handle continuous deployment to Azure and how you can use them to stand up Docker infrastructure (or even Kubernetes) and pass Docker commands for your dev environments. This session will teach attendees how to push apps to Docker containers or Kubernetes Pods on Azure from a CI/CD pipeline. The code used to support Azure is highly scalable and can be applied to a host of CI/CD tools, such as Jenkins, Travis CI, Codeship, Codefresh, etc. If you’ve ever been curious about how to get started with continuous integration / continuous deployment and Docker containers, or even Microsoft Azure, this is the talk to attend! After this session, you will firmly understand how you can use CI/CD with Microsoft Azure and Docker to build images and run your applications in running containers. You will also learn how to create a non-interactive, command line based, login session to Microsoft Azure, a method you can use to scale with any developer environment.
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