TechNet Radio: (Part 8) Accelerate DevOps with the Cloud - Rollback Plan? What rollback plan?

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In part 8 of our  “Accelerate DevOps with the Cloud” series on TechNet Radio, Keith Mayer and Jennelle Crothers explore the world of roll-backs and how Microsoft Azure can streamline both the roll-back and roll-forward process for most dev teams.

  • [1:40] It seems like most dev teams spend lots of time on roll-forward plans for new code releases, but roll-backs are always a chore! Why is this?
  • [3:28] How can Azure help to streamline the roll-forward and roll-back process?
  • [8:00]  What about Virtual Machines – does Azure have anything to help with roll-forward and roll-back?
  • [9:44]  I hear a lot of "Continuous Deployment" of code releases. Isn't that risky?
  • [13:40] DEMO: Let’s see how this is done in Azure!

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