How Azure Web Apps and DevOps help Roomsy make changes faster with lower risk

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Roomsy, a startup based in Vancouver, Canada, recently partnered with Microsoft in a hackfest to further understand how Azure Web Apps and DevOps best practices better address their need to quickly make changes to both infrastructure and code when their clients need the support most. The proof of concept (PoC)-oriented hackfest made use of the following services and practices:

  • Azure App Service
  • Azure Functions
  • Azure Storage
  • Infrastructure as Code
  • Continuous Integration

The hack took place over the course of 20 hours with the premise of migrating Roomsy's offering over to Azure, re-creation of their web portal, and enabling best practices for continuous integration. The hack team was composed of members from both Microsoft and Roomsy and included:

  • Jaeyun Noh – Operations Lead and Product Owner, Roomsy
  • Sergii Baidachnyi – Senior Technical Evangelist, Microsoft
  • Jef King – Senior Technical Evangelist, Microsoft, @jefkingtweets
  • Pierre Roman – Senior Technical Evangelist, Microsoft, @pierreroman
  • Anthony Bartolo - Sr. Audience Evangelism Manager, @wirelesslife

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