Implementing Continuous Feedback in Azure

By Tia Williams

Recommendations on system-feedback mechanisms within Azure and optimization of feedback mechanisms.

1 hour
  • 18 Lessons

About the course

This course covers how to implement continuous feedback with Azure and Azure DevOps. These lessons discuss recommended system feedback mechanisms, routing system feedback to development teams, and optimization of feedback mechanisms.

The Implementing Continuous Feedback Course is intended as a stand-alone course that can also be taken as part of a learning path, in conjunction with other courses, and working towards the AZ-400 Azure DevOps exam.

  • Chapter 1 3 Lessons Getting Started 5:12

    An Important Note About A Cloud Guru and Linux Academy Courses

    1:19

    Course Introduction

    2:50

    About the Training Architect

    1:03
  • Chapter 2 5 Lessons Recommend and Design System Feedback Mechanisms 25:33

    Design Practices to Measure End-User Satisfaction

    6:05

    Design Processes to Capture and Analyze User Feedback from External Sources

    5:14

    Design Routing for Client Application Crash Report Data

    4:01

    Recommended Monitoring Tools and Technologies

    4:54

    Recommended System and Feature Usage Tracking Tools

    5:19
  • Chapter 3 5 Lessons Implement Process for Routing System Feedback to Development Teams 19:12

    Configure Crash Report Integration for Client Applications

    3:17

    Develop Monitoring and Status Dashboards

    6:16

    Implement Routing for Client Application Crash Report Data

    3:19

    Implement Tools to Track System Usage, Feature Usage, and Flow

    2:57

    Integrate and Configure Ticketing Systems with Development Team's Work Management System

    3:23
  • Chapter 4 4 Lessons Optimize Feedback Mechanisms 14:34

    Analyze Alerts to Establish a Baseline

    4:10

    Analyze Telemetry to Establish a Baseline

    2:33

    Perform Live Site Reviews and Capture Feedback for System Outages

    3:55

    Perform Ongoing Tuning to Reduce Meaningless or Non-actionable Alerts

    3:56
  • Chapter 5 1 Lesson Course Wrap Up 4:19

    Conclusion and Next Steps

    4:19

What you will need

  • Students must be proficient with standard DevOps practices. They must be familiar with both Azure administration and Azure development and have a good level of knowledge in at least one of these areas. If this course is being taken to pursue the AZ-400 Azure DevOps Expert Certification there is also the prerequisite to have passed either the AZ-103 or AZ-203 Certification.

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