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Now attend Azure DevOps Demo webinar by Sandeep Soni which is conducted on 11th October, from 5:30pm to 7pm. Register for the AZ-400 course by filling this Form: https://forms.gle/NxcBxkWk65teKXZq8
In this competitive and challenging market, the ultimate goal of software industries is to produce reliable outcomes in a short period. But most organizations are facing a struggle to meet this objective and they have failed to prove themselves. This happens because there is a lack of communication and processes(necessary actions) between various teams among organizations. This situation leads to a time delay to complete the projects and it may directly affect the end-users as well the organization’s growth.
But how can we overcome this?
Microsoft Azure DevOps is the solution for this crucial issue. You can reduce the development cycle with DevOps and Ensure innovation at the fastest rate. Without a proper DevOps strategy, you will increase the production duration, and also at the end result, the outcome will have some bugs.
But if you are implementing Microsoft Azure DevOps, it will produce the automated signal to the required team if any necessary action is required. So that, most organizations and developers would like to turn to DevOps to shorten the overall time in the task.
Azure DevOps is a bundle of services that helps developers to provide a standard stream of reliable software releases quickly and deploying them without errors. In simple words, DevOps fills the bridge gap between software development and product management teams.
Azure DevOps is not a single program but it includes multiple chains that are CI/CD pipelines (Azure Pipelines), visual reporting tools (Azure Boards), and code repositories (Azure Repos) for code management and version control.
Features of Microsoft Azure DevOps
- Dashboard performance
- Source Control
- Code Track
- CI/CD pipelines for continuous process
- Manual and Exploratory Testing
The development and deployment processes are followed by the below categories.
1. Plan and code(Continuous Development)
In this frame, the customers identified the team capabilities and distribute the task accordingly. Planning properly in an earlier stage and continuous monitoring would help the team to produce the proper outcome at the end without any work pressure. Delivery of application will be divided into multiple sectors and a coding process will be completed regarding the end-user requirements.
2. Build and Test(Continuous Integration)
Here, the developed code will be tested multiple times to resolve the bugs. The QA team should ensure the quality of the application and test its capabilities under different environments.
3. Release and Deploy (Continuous Deployment )
Once the code is verified by the QA team then it should reach the production service system where the customer accesses the code.
4. Operate and Monitor(Continuous Monitoring )
After making the code live, the operational team should monitor and observe the details about its performance for future developments.
Now, Are you thinking of adopting Microsoft Azure DevOps?
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