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DevOps: Build and Release - Tools and Practices for Frequent, Easy and Sustainable Deliveries

Rapidly changing technology trends and customer expectations drive the need for setting up mechanisms that enable frequent, easy and sustainable deliveries. With automated Build and Release Management pipelines provided by Visual Studio Team Service and Team Foundation Server you can easily achieve such practices in your development process. In this session you can learn how to build and release your app, your way, for your platforms, no matter the languages and tools you use along the way. We will first demonstrate the creation of custom automated build workflows where you will see how easy it is to create, manage and customize your build process, run tests and publish build results. Then we will move on to setting up release definitions that enable automated or semi-automated deployment pipelines to all your staging environments from development to production with built-in support for manual approvals. We will show that both systems are fully extensible and allow you to combine built-in open-sourced tasks for building, packaging, delivery and testing with calls to scripting tools as well as your own custom modules. You will be thrilled with the lightweight, web-based authoring environment, real-time visibility of logs and the support for auditing and analytics. This deep insight into the infrastructure and capabilities of Visual Studio Team Service and Team Foundation Server Build and Release Management systems will help you to easily jump start successful DevOps practices in your own environment.

Ana Roje Ivančić

Microsoft MVP

Ana is an ALM and TFS consultant at Ekobit, Croatia. She primarily works on implementing ALM environments supported by TFS for development teams of different sizes. This includes the full set of services related to planning, installation, integration and customization, as well as training and consulting the team in order to efficiently make their transition and start using the tools according to best practices. Besides that, her main points of interest include agile software development methodologies and practices. In addition, she plays the role of Principal Design Reviewer and Tester for TeamCompanion. Previously she worked as project manager and senior software developer. She started in 2000 with C++, SQL and XML, and continued with C# and .NET related technologies. 2006-2008 she led an agile distributed team working on the first Croatian software project fully supported by the VS ALM environment. Ana delivers regular training workshops and speaks publicly about her extensive experiences. She presented at various local and international events like Microsoft Windays, Advanced Developers Day, DevArena and NT Konferenca, and delivered numerous public (Microsoft Innovation Center) and customer tailored trainings (Telecom, ISV, Postal Services, Banking, etc.). She attended several worldwide developer conferences like Microsoft TechEd, Microsoft PDC, ALM Forum 2014 and Build 2015. She holds following certificates MCSD:ALM, CSM, MCTS:TFS, MCSD.NET and MCDBA.  

Ognjen Bajić

Microsoft MVP

Ognjen Bajic is consultant, architect and project manager at Croatian company Ekobit (www.ekobit.com). Previously, for more than a decade he was full time C++ and .NET developer. Ognjen manages teams that develop commercial software packages, some of which are sold in hundreds of thousands of copies. His main points of interest are the agile software development methodologies used to develop high quality, (almost :-)) bug free software. Ognjen has been leading the development of TeamCompanion, TFS client embedded in Outlook (www.teamcompanion.com) from its beginning. Implementing best practices, using his knowledge and experience and introducing the most appropriate tools, Ognjen helps customers optimize their development processes and achieve excellence in continuous delivery and DevOps. He has been working with Microsoft Visual Studio ALM tools since summer 2004 and has been speaking extensively about his experiences at various local and international events like Microsoft TechEd, NT Konferenca or WinDays. Ognjen has been awarded MVP (Most Valuable Professional) for VS ALM annually since 2006. He also holds following certificates: PMP, MCSD:ALM, MCTS:TFS, MCSD.NET, CSM and PSM I.