Azure DevOps Starter presents a simplified experience where you bring your existing code and Git repository, or choose from one of the sample applications to create a continuous integration (CI) and continuous delivery (CD) pipeline to Azure.
In this video, Jay will walk you through using the Starter to start creating a demo website, make changes, and have them deployed automatically thanks to Azure DevOps.
Here are some links to help you on your journey into DevOps, pipelines, and Azure.
- Microsoft Learn: Azure DevOps
- Microsoft Learn: Azure Fundamentals
- Microsoft Docs: Azure Pipelines Documentation
- Azure DevOps
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Top comments (3)
Hi Jay, looks like a rebranding of Azure DevOps Projects, which has been around and evolving since Nov. 2017. With the rebranding, are there any significant changes?
FWIW, the Azure landing page for Azure DevOps Starter still uses the old branding.:
hey mike - here's a list of the current features under development
a ton of time has been put into more of the GitHub actions related deployment process, but there's still more action being put into getting people using Azure DevOps since it provides more than build and release. there's an entire agile suite ready to go.
Hi Jay, thanks for the link. The term "Starter Kit" is not used in the document. However, a search on "DevOps Project" reveals 12 current features, with the last added in August 2019 and no features under development. So I take it that the "Starter Kit" name is just rebranding and not a major version update. By the way, I have found the Starter Kit to be a great way to introduce folks to Azure DevOps and demonstrate its tight integration with Azure. Keep up the good work.