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Automate Everything!

These two words immediately caught my attention! This is one of the hardest things for me as a developer. I spend most of my time designing and coding away, but I hardly spend anytime with PowerShell… so I’ll be blunt, as a developer, I must learn PowerShell and I must change my Definition of Done (DoD). I am not done until my feature can be deployed repeatedly and reliably. Automation makes me sleep better at night because my deployments yield predictable results.

This new e-book  is all about taking advantage of what the cloud has to offer. It’s packed with best practices for DevOps, data storage and high availability. Since the authors took a pattern-based approach, each chapter can be read independently.

Download all formats (PDF, Mobi and ePub) as well as link to the companion content hosted by the Microsoft Virtual Academy.

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