DevOps with Logic Apps v2 - From Awful to Awesome

 
English Intermediate Management & Governance

Building a DevOps process around Logic Apps is known to be a sad business that often requires quite hacky solutions. With the public preview of Logic Apps v2 the face of the passionate DevOps engineer finally brightens. In this session we will have a foretaste of what is to come: developing and debugging Logic Apps v2 offline, building a CI/CD pipeline to deliver them and even deploying into a docker container (just because).

Speaker

Manuel Batsching

Manuel works at abtis GmbH, where he deals mostly with planning and building cloud native solutions on Azure and helping customers to do the same. His heart beats serverless and he is thinking of getting a PowerShell tattoo.

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