Come join us for the Azure DevOps Community Launch Event.
Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) is now Azure DevOps!
Azure DevOps is a set of separate but integrated hosted services for work planning, source control, build and release, testing, and artifact management that meets you wherever you do your development as well as wherever you deploy. Azure DevOps continues to be available on-premise as Team Foundation Server (TFS) and will become Azure DevOps Server starting with TFS 2019.
- 12:00 to 12:15 Networking and Pizza
- 12:15 to 4:00 Event
12:15 PM (60 mins + Q&A)
Keynote Title: Introducing Azure DevOps
DevOps brings together people, processes, and technology, automating software delivery to provide continuous value to your users. Using Azure DevOps, you can deliver software faster and more reliably - no matter how big your IT department or what tools you’re using.
Come and get acquainted with Azure Boards, Azure Pipelines, Azure Repos, Azure Test Plans, and Azure Artifacts and see how Azure DevOps can improve your software development quality and speed. An end-to-end solution for organizations looking for an enterprise-grade toolchain
Speaker: Wesley Macdonald
Wes MacDonald is a Visual Studio MVP, MCT, DevOps Consultant for LIKE 10 INC., a Dynamics, SharePoint and Visual Studio Team Services consulting firm with offices in Ottawa. As a Senior Developer/Architect with over 10 years of experience has been responsible for all aspects of software development and provides technical leadership to his clients and the .NET developer community. He also organizes the local Global DevOps Boot Camp (2nd year) which is being held on Saturday June 16th at Algonquin College this year.
(60 mins + Q&A)
1:30 PM: Technical Talk 2
Title: OWASP DevSlop: DevSecOps with Azure DevOps Pipelines
The OWASP DevSlop team are back with "Patty", a new module of the project consisting of a DevSecOps pipeline made with Azure DevOps Pipelines, passing negative unit tests, all of the checks in the pipeline, storing it’s secrets in Key Vault, releasing into Azure. This entire system/project is open-sourced as part of the project as live streaming and recorded videos, so that developers can watch each of the lessons, add it to their own pipelines, and have a head start on DevSecOps. The talk will consist mostly of a start-to-finish demo of the system, finishing with the DevSlop team releasing their own website live, on stage, using the pipeline.
For many people 'the cloud' and DevSecOps can be a bit mysterious. Let's clear this up with a nice, long, slow demo of how to load up an app in your editor, make a change, run it through your pipeline (and pass the security checks!), then publish it into the cloud. One step at a time.
Speaker : Tanya Janca
Tanya Janca is a senior cloud developer advocate for Microsoft, specializing in application security; evangelizing software security and advocating for developers through public speaking, her open source project OWASP DevSlop, and various forms of teaching via workshops, blogs and community events. As an ethical hacker, OWASP Project and Chapter Leader, software developer, effective altruist and professional computer geek of 20+ years, she is a person who is truly fascinated by the ‘science’ of computer science.
(60 mins + Q&A)
2:45 PM: Technical LightningTalks 20 Mins each
Three real world scenarios presented in 15 minute segments. With QnA.