Building a CI/CD pipeline for a containerized Asp.Net Core 3.0 Web API

To close on the Asp.Net Core 3.0 Web API series I just published a video on how to build a CI/CD pipeline to fully automate the deployment of a Web API docker container to AKS. Here it is:

In this one you will learn:

  • How to push your project files to a GitHub repository and how to show its build status
  • How to create a yaml based Azure Pipeline to continuously build and publish the container image
  • How to use the same pipeline to continuously deploy the container image to AKS
  • How to use Azure Pipelines Environments to get the state and history of deployments

I hope this series has been useful and, as always, please leave me a comment here or in the video with any feedback, which is highly appreciated.

Enjoy!

Working with Visual Studio 2010 – Part 10

This is part 10 of my Working with Visual Studio 2010 video series. So far we have covered these topics in previous parts:

In part 10 I show how to use Team Build 2010 to prepare a Continuous Integration build definition for the BookStore application. Continuous integration is a best practice that makes sure that any time a developer checks-in some code a new build is triggered, allowing the team to quickly find broken builds and fix them early in the development process.

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As a side note I just want to highlight that the WMV video that you can download from the above link has better quality than the Youtube video, mostly because of Youtube processing of the video which, for some reason, reduces quality and un-syncs the video from the audio. Download the video for the best quality.

Enjoy!

Julio