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Building, Running, Patching Docker Containers – The Paradigm Shift

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Containers are a way to wrap up an application into its own isolated box. This isolation empowers Developers and IT Operations to collaborate effectively as they have clear boundaries of configuration and execution. Come learn how adopting a container workflow and lifecycle management empowers change and stability from the first release. As a developer, you’ll see testing your build pipeline, before you commit your code and how the build pipeline is used for OS & Framework patching during and after active development. Come see how containers are a paradigm shift to a modern DevOps workflow, that will take some change, but empowers your company to new levels of collaboration. Also learn how to use Azure Container Registry (ACR) build to simplify container development and building by easily storing and managing container images for Azure deployments in a central registry.

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Day:

2

Session Type:

Breakout 75 minute

Code:

BRK3812

Room:

WSCC: Ballrooms 6B

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    cedricmi

    There is lots of room for improvement.

    I found the presentation confusing, the presenter did things out of order and regularly did not know where he was or what point he was making.

    The subject is very complicated, hence the need for absolute clarity.

    Also could we have a presenter not on a MacBook but on a Windows laptop, since Microsoft claims it's the best OS for any time of development. This would also probably represent the majority of your customers - do not hesitate to communicate stats that would prove otherwise.

    To be fair, perhaps I don't know as much as needed to benefit most from the presentation.

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