Build and Release Management using TFS 2017 Course Outline
Team Foundation Server 2017 continues to improve on the new build and release management features introduced in TFS 2015. In this two-day course, we値l focus on building and releasing .NET applications using on-premises TFS.
The course covers how to install and configure your agents and agent pools to support a variety of scenarios. We値l configure Continuous Integration (CI) for a web-based application that includes test execution, code coverage, test impact analysis, and much more. We値l then set up a multi-environment release pipeline to support the latest innovations in Continuous Delivery (CD) to help ensure reliable releases to your users.
Just some of the features you値l learn about include: configuring environments, managing variables, configuring approvers, configuring release schedules, manual intervention steps, and understanding artifacts. We値l also examine recently introduced features such as task versioning, variable groups, and the latest extensions from the Visual Studio Marketplace.
If you are eager to learn how to implement DevOps practices designed to streamline your build and release processes using the latest version of Team Foundation Server, this is the course for you.
This course includes hands-on labs to reinforce practical skills and ensure you池e ready to use the tools upon your return to the workplace.
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