Live Demo!

This is a blog post that I am publishing live on stage 🎀 at Microsoft Ignite Australia 2017 using Jenkins, GitHub and Grunt πŸ˜ƒ The demo includes a Jenkins Pipeline that; Pulls my content and files from GitHub into Jenkins Jenkins then generates my content using the Hugo executable Pushes my content to a staging container in Azure Blob Storage Pauses to allow me to view my staged deployment to make sure everything is ok After I have approved the staged deployment, it pushes my content to my production container in Azure Blob Storage The point I am trying to make with this demo is that once you a well established Delivery Pipeline, you should have confidence to push to production often πŸ‘

Microsoft Ignite Next Week!

I am very excited and humbled 😊 that my proposed sessions have been accepted for Microsoft Iginte Australia 2017. You can read more about the awesomeness that is Microsoft Ignite Australia here You can also read more about my sessions below; Jenkins and Azure [OPEN322] Node.js + Azure App Service = :) [OPEN334] If you are attending Ignite and you would like connect, please come find me at the Speaker Lounge and say hi πŸ‘‹

Hugo in Azure BLOB storage

Running Hugo in Azure BLOB storage

Jenkins on Azure App Service

Yes, you can have a basic Jenkins Server up and running in Azure App Service very quickly ::): You won’t get all of the features Jenkins has to offer, but if you want to get up and running quickly and you don’t want to manage a server, this could be for you!

Starting a blog

This is me starting a blog