Full Deployment with Azure and Azure Devops (VSTS)
We are back with some Azure Meetups and in October it’s going to be all about Development. More details below…
This Meetup is sponsored and hosted by Nigel Frank and it will be in the WeWork Location at Kurfürstendamm 11, 10719 Berlin (7th Floor).
Giveaway: Thanks to RevDebug, we will be also doing a giveaway. They have offered 3 licenses for 1 year that will be given away during this meetup!
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Talk: Full Deployment with Azure and Azure DevOps
Full power of Azure and DevOps techniques to automate the development, infrastructure and deployment into Azure will be showed. Sebastian Schütze will be showing us a sample application, that is creating a Office 365 user with metadata from SharePoint lists, with license and group assignment as well as sending custom mails with the new user password. This one uses the full power of the new V2 beta for Azure Functions to authenticate and access the Microsoft Graph with C# and Exchange with PowerShell in conjuction with storage queues. We will see the high level architecture explained. But we don’t stop here. He will show how you can deploy everything into azure with with ARM-Templates in a CI / CD pipeline and configure everything as much as possible by scripts. Even registering the Azure AD application. During presentation he will deploy this application from scratch. Cross fingers that everything will work! 🙂 Ah, and by the way. This application is planned to be open sourced as a best practice application for Azure & DevOps.
Speaker: Sebastian Schütze
Sebastian is an Azure Nerd with focus on DevOps and VSTS that converted from the big world of SharePoint and O365. He was working with O365 since 2013 and loved it ever since. As his focus shifted in 2017 to more DevOps related topics in the Microsoft Stack. He learned to love the possibilities of automation. Besides writing articles in his blog and German magazines, he is still contributing to the SharePoint Developer Community (and PnP SharePoint) to help to make the ALM part a smoother place to live in.