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WEBINAR 4: DevOps Tools, Techniques and Lessons Learned

Event organizer: Kate Carpenter
Event Date & Time: December 13, 2017 11:00 am until December 13, 2017 12:00 pm
Contact email: kcarpenter@mtug.org
Kate Carpenter | BDN
Kate Carpenter | BDN

Join the nonprofit Maine Technology Users Group online for a presentation on new tools and methods for automated development console and application deployments.

Speaker Floyd Hilton, owner, Tacoma Software, will present how Mingle Analytics has progressed from manually deploying applications to a fully automated DevOps pipeline. We’ll discuss the successes and the challenges as the Mingle team worked to provide quality code to production on a regular basis. We’ll also discuss processes such as being able to run code locally, source control branching, pull requests and version numbering.

The pipeline includes tools such as Git and TeamCity for continuous integration, Selenium and tSQLt for testing and Octopus Deploy for deploying application code and database updates. The applications in the pipeline consist of on premise applications such as .NET IIS web applications, console applications and Windows tasks as well as MS Azure cloud based applications using Web Apps, Queues and Web-jobs.

Previous MTUG webinars are available online in MTUG’s Past Events listing, or via the Recordings section of MTUG’s Webex portal. MTUG’s 2017-18 Season of free education webinars and networking events runs from September through April with our Annual Summit in late May. Discussion topic ideas are always accepted via the contact form on the MTUG website at www.mtug.org.

The Maine Technology Users Group, founded in 1987, is a nonprofit organization dedicated to bringing IT professionals and enthusiasts together to share real technology experiences for the benefit of Maine businesses and communities. FMI about the organization, its activities, and resources, contact Kate Carpenter through MTUG’s “Contact Us” page at www.mtug.org or by calling 207-370-5327.