A Practical View of Release Management for Your DevOps Mindset

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This session demos using Desired State Configuration (DSC) with Release Management for Microsoft Visual Studio 2013 to tackle real-world deployment challenges. We start by presenting an overview of the key concepts, architecture, and configuration of the various components. We discuss the out-of-the box deployment actions available to compose automations for common deployment scenarios and how to use extensibility to cover the not-so-common scenarios. In more detail, we discuss adding custom DSC resources, how to trigger release as part of a build and how to leverage logs to diagnose failed releases. These are presented through specific scenarios encountered in the field.

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3

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200

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Development

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Best Practices

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BRK2712

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N227

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      Scott

      Great presentation. I'm really excited to see this product come into the market. Great job

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      Donovan

      @Scott:Thanks. The attendees at Ignite were great!  Lot of fun.

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      gkBinary

      @Donovan Amazing demo @ ignite.
      You mentioned "Everyone - group, has to be removed". I could not get a hold of you to ask this question while I was there.
      I am the admin, the "Delete" and "Deactivate" buttons for this default group are disabled. How do I get it out of RM 2013? I am using update 2.

      Thank you

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      Donovan

      @gkBinary: I can see why you are confused.  I meant to delete it from all your release paths and release templates.  Here is a better explanation. http://bit.ly/LockDownRM

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      gkBinary

      @Donovan: Thank you for the clarification

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