A trip around Azure DevOps Service

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Azure DevOps Service from Microsoft is growing rapidly, with dedicated teams adding new functionality every week. Supporting a wide range of platforms and languages, Azure allows you to plan and track using practices and processes like Kanban and agile, develop using version control systems like Git and GitHub, build, test and deploy using CI/CD pipelines, and also monitor and operate your applications performance and usage patterns once in production.

AGENDA:
16.30: Doors open
17.00: Welcome by Aarhus DevOps and Systematic
17.10: "Introduction to Azure DevOps" - by Anders Rask, Principal Architect, ProActive A/S
18.00: Food and drinks
18.30: "YAML CI/CD Pipelines in Azure DevOps and GitHub" - by Mads Damgård, Cloud Architect, Microsoft
19.15: Networking
20.00: Thanks and goodbye

TALK 1:
Introduction to Azure DevOps
- by Anders Rask, Principal Architect, ProActive A/S

This talk will introduce you to the general functionality of Azure DevOps from Microsoft.
We will look at the overall functionality of the product, how to quickly set up a project with pipelines and integration to Application Insights inside Azure Portal using DevOps Projects.
We will look at DevOp Boards, and how it integrates til GitHub, and finish with an example of how to set up your DevOps project dashboard for an easy overview of your project status.

TALK 2:
YAML CI/CD Pipelines in Azure DevOps and GitHub
- by Mads Damgård, Cloud Architect, Microsoft

In a recent update, Azure DevOps Pipelines now fully support multi-stage YAML pipelines for both build (CI) and release (CD) pipelines.
In this demo driven session we will take a deep dive into how to configure YAML pipelines in Azure DevOps for quickly building and releasing your projects in a consistent fashion, while giving you the advantage of having your infrastructure as code with continuous monitoring.
We will also look at how you can easily move your source code from DevOps to GitHub.