7+ Hours of Video Instruction
Automate your development process in the cloud using the Pivotal technology stack.
Software is eating the world. Many of today's most successful businesses are software businesses, able to iterate and deliver new value to their customers faster and faster. Can you keep up? It's tempting to think that these organizations are all startups and that anything is easy at that size, but that would be a mistake that ignores the likes of Google, Amazon, Twitter, Apple, Netflix, and more. These organizations continue to excel at innovation. How?
These organizations, and many others, work hard to reduce the cost of change. They are agile. That agility permeates everything they do from culture to code and results in value for their users.
Join Josh Long and Marcin Grzejszczak in this video, and learn how to continuously deliver software like the pros with the Pivotal stack and culture using tools like Spring Boot, Cloud Foundry, Concourse, Spring Cloud Contracts, and so much more.
Lesson 1: The Test Driven Developer
1.1 Test-Driven Development
1.2 Creating a Simple Test
1.3 Testing the Repository
1.4 Building a REST API to Test the Application
1.5 Building a Client to Test the Service
1.6 Building an Integration Test
Lesson 2: Contract Testing
2.1 Spring Cloud Contract
2.2 Spring Cloud Contract with REST Docs
2.3 Consumer Driven Contracts
Lesson 3: Deployment Techniques
3.1 What Is Continuous Integration?
3.2 What Is a Deployment Pipeline?
3.3 What Is Continuous Delivery?
3.4 What Is Continuous Deployment?
3.5 What Is Infrastructure as Code and Why Does It Matter?
3.6 Introduction to Jenkins
3.7 Setting Up a Pipeline in Jenkins Using the Pipeline Plugin
3.8 Setting Up a Pipeline in Jenkins Using the Jenkins Job DSL Plugin
3.9 Automation of Jenkins Setup
3.10 Introduction to Concourse
3.11 Setting Up a Pipeline in Concourse
Lesson 4: Deployment Pipeline Case Study
4.1 What Are Spring Cloud Pipelines?
4.2 Setting up Jenkins in Spring Cloud Pipelines
4.3 Setting Up Concourse in Spring Cloud Pipelines
4.4 Case Study Sample
4.5 Setting Up a Project with Maven
4.6 Testing Packaged Applications in Isolation
4.7 End to End Testing
4.8 Setting Up a Project with Gradle
4.9 Blue Green Deployment to Production
4.10 Metrics and Alerting
4.11 Checking API Compatibility
4.12 Database Compatibility
4.13 Using Spring Cloud Pipelines in Your Project