Speaker: Donovan Brown

Java in App Service on Linux

Shrirang Shirodkar joins Donovan Brown to discuss what’s new in App Service for Java developers. You’ll see how Java developers can build web apps for Linux without having to deal with custom Docker containers (i.e., how to use the Tomcat Docker containers provided out of the box). How to use the new deployment mechanism in […]

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Deploying Node.js Applications from VS Code to Kubernetes

Brendan Burns joins Donovan Brown to discuss how you can quickly and easily build a containerized Node.js app on Linux and deploy it to Azure Kubernetes Service using Visual Studio Code and the Visual Studio Code Kubernetes Extension. For more information: Kubernetes Extension for Visual Studio Code Source code for the Kubernetes Extension on GitHub […]

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At Build 2018: VSTS – Git and TFVC

Azure Friday visited various Microsoft booths in the Expo Hall at Build 2018 to learn what’s new. In this episode, Donovan Brown chats with Edward Thomson about Git and TFVC. For more information, see: DevOps Resource Center Visual Studio Team Services What is Git? Create a free account (Azure) Follow @donovanbrown Follow @AzureFriday

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At Build 2018: VSTS – CI/CD

Azure Friday visited various Microsoft booths in the Expo Hall at Build 2018 to learn what’s new. In this episode, Donovan Brown chats with Abel Wang about continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD). For more information, see: DevOps Resource Center Visual Studio Team Services What is Continuous Integration? What is Continuous Delivery? Create a free account (Azure) Follow […]

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At Build 2018: VSTS – Agile

Azure Friday visited various Microsoft booths in the Expo Hall at Build 2018 to learn what’s new. In this episode, Donovan Brown chats with Abel Wang about agile development. For more information, see: DevOps Resource Center Visual Studio Team Services What is Agile? (docs) Create a free account (Azure) Follow @donovanbrown Follow @AzureFriday Follow @abelsquidhead

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VS Code for Java Microservices in Kubernetes

Rome Li joins Donovan Brown to discuss how to run your Java microservices in Kubernetes with the help of Visual Studio Code. Java Extension Pack lets you work with Java code and projects. Spring Boot Extension Pack makes it very efficient to work with Spring Boot applications. And Kubernetes Extension visualizes Kubernetes resources and makes […]

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Interview with TQ (Microservices Versioning)

In this interview, VSTS Architect TQ shows us how VSTS designs and versions its Microservices. [01:26] Versioning[04:12] Deprecating a version[12:18] Transformation into Microservices[14:21] How to find versions[20:00] Online Help[21:46] Version negotiation[30:48] Break down the monolith[32:52] Containers [T34:20] Are these pure Microservices More info aka.ms/DevOps

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Deploy Bitnami Node.js HA Cluster with Azure Cosmos DB

Rick Spencer joins Donovan to chat about deploying Bitnami Node.js High Availability with Azure Cosmos DB, a free listing in Azure Marketplace that uses ARM to automatically spin up a three-node Node.js cluster behind a load balancer with a shared file system and Azure Cosmos DB integration. See how you can quickly get a sample […]

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How Windows, Windows Store, Xbox & Surface moved their 350gig source repo into Git hosted on VSTS

In this video Donovan Brown interviews Tony Seeley, Group Program Manager who works in the Windows and Devices Group (WDG), Engineering Systems team, overseeing the group managing the source control system which is used by thousands of users working on code for an extensive portfolio of products including Xbox, Surface, Windows Store and of course […]

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Metaparticle – A standard library for cloud-native applications on Kubernetes

Metaparticle is an experimental, cloud-native development environment for democratizing and simplifying the development of reliable distributed applications. It uses a code-first approach, so developers can describe the composite nature of their application with easy to apply patterns and practices to annotate their existing code. For more information, see: Metaparticle Metaparticle.io on GitHub Metaparticle tutorials Create a […]

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Using Habitat in Azure

Nick Rycar from Chef stops by Azure Friday to chat with Donovan Brown about Habitat, a simple, flexible way to build, deploy, and manage cloud-native applications. Habitat makes it easier to develop and promote changes by enabling each instance of your application to continually and independently apply updates as soon as they’re ready. For more […]

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How Windows, Windows Store, Xbox and Surface streamlined their planning process and centralized on VSTS

In this video Donovan Brown interviews Jill Campbell, Group Program Manager who works in the Windows and Devices Group (WDG), Engineering Systems team, overseeing the process and tools Windows uses to plan work across tens of thousands of employees and an extensive portfolio of products including Xbox, Surface, Windows Store and of course the Windows […]

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