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DevOps Architecture for an Octopus Deploy-based Pipeline
Octopus Deploy is the first and most mature product for automated deployments, making it easy to orchestrate releases and deploy .NET applications on-premises and in Azure. Whether you are a current user of Octopus Deploy or merely looking forward to DevOps automation, you need a streamlined DevOps architecture for promotion across pre-production and production environments. You need to limit who can deploy to production, ensure releases have been tested first, and block promotion of broken releases. Many teams ask common questions about how to structure deployable application components and how the deployment fits in with other elements in the DevOps pipeline. This webinar, led by Clear Measure Chief Architect, Jeffrey Palermo, will cover the architecture of a complete DevOps pipeline that integrates Octopus Deploy. How you structure the code in your git Version Control System (VCS) can have a profound impact on how easy it is to deploy your code. Key elements of the continuous integration (CI) build also affect the deployment structure. There are some rules of thumb, that when followed, make the structure of the automated DevOps environment fall into place nicely. If you aren’t aware of these rules or break them, you will continually struggle to achieve no-touch, no-drama software deployments.

In this quick, 30-minute webinar, you can be on your way toward stress-free software deployments using Octopus Deploy.

Baseline tech stack used for webinar: .NET Core 3 w/ Visual Studio 2019 Preview, SQL Server, Azure Pipelines, Octopus Deploy, Azure Cloud

Sep 11, 2019 10:00 AM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Jeffrey Palermo
CEO @Clear Measure
Jeffrey Palermo is the CEO of Clear Measure, a DevOps-centered software engineering firm, one of the fastest growing small businesses in central TX (ABJ/Inc. 5000). Jeffrey has been recognized as a Microsoft MVP since 2006 and has spoken at national conferences such as Microsoft Ignite, Tech Ed, VS Live, and DevTeach. He has founded and run several software user groups and is the author of several print books, video books, and many articles. A graduate of Texas A&M University (BA) and the Jack Welch Management Institute (MBA), an Eagle Scout, and an Iraq war veteran, Jeffrey likes to spend time with his family of five camping and riding dirt bikes.