On March 23, 2017, we invite you to join our Pedro Sousa on the #3rd meetup about DevOps that, this time, will also be held at DevScope.
DevOps Porto is a community for everyone interested in reducing the pain of software delivery and in building “bridges” between development and operations, where you can discuss all DevOps related topics from the cultural perspective, such as communication and collaboration, and from the technical perspective, such as source control, continuous integration and continuous delivery.
On this the #3rd meetup about DevOps, Pedro Sousa will share a talk on “Azure Container Services”. He will do a brief overview of Azure’s current offerings for Container deployment and orchestration but also where and how you can start to explore the environments and build a simple DevTest Lab.
To register for the meetup and more information about the schedule, go to DevOps Porto #3: Containers @ Azure.
See you on Thursday, March 23, 2017.
Microsoft Airlift returned on January 27, 2016 to Lisbon (Microsoft PT headquarter – Microsoft Parque das Nações) this time as Datacenter Airlift, were it was presented everything you need to know about Datacenter Microsoft technologies: new datacenter and cloud technologies, new services on Microsoft Azure, new features that you can find in the new Windows Server and System Center versions, among many others things.
The event was composed by 3 tracks of sessions: Cloud, Management and Datacenter, Security and Virtualization given by experts in the field and once again, our team got invited to lead one session. Our speaker this time was: Pedro Sousa [Systems Engineer]
Docker and the World of Containerized Environments
In this session, Pedro sent us on a voyage through a containerized world. From the beginning of what is a container through swarm-clusters of containerized services, explain what are containers, Docker and how you can use them in real world scenarios. The full session recording can be found here:
All the sessions were recorded and are now available on Channel9.
Tags: #Azure, #Docker, #AzureContainer, #Containers, #DataCenterAirlift