Implementing Dependency Management in Azure

By Tim Lawless

Implement dependency management, manage security, and compliance using Azure Artifacts, Pipelines, and Boards (Azure DevOps Tools).

4 hours
  • 12 Lessons
  • 1 Hands-On Lab

About the course

This course provides the knowledge and skills to implement dependency management, manage security, and compliance using Azure Artifacts, Pipelines, and Boards.

This 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 Azure DevOps Engineer Expert (AZ-400) exam.

  • Chapter 1 2 Lessons Getting Started 3:17

    Course Introduction

    2:14

    About the Training Architect

    1:03
  • Chapter 2 6 Lessons Design a Dependency Management Strategy 16:46

    Recommended Artifact Management Tools and Practices

    4:21

    Abstract Common Packages to Enable Sharing and Reuse

    2:22

    Inspect Codebase to Identify Code Dependencies That Can Be Converted to Packages

    2:08

    Identify and Recommend Standardized Package Types and Versions across the Solution

    3:50

    Refactor Existing Build Pipelines to Implement Version Strategy That Publishes Packages

    4:05

    Creating a NuGet Package Feed to Host Artifacts

    0:00 Hands-On Lab
  • Chapter 3 3 Lessons Manage Security and Compliance 10:11

    Inspect Open Source Software Packages for Security and License Compliance to Align with Corporate Standards

    2:13

    Configure Build Pipeline to Access Package Security and License Rating

    5:23

    Configure Secure Access to Package Feeds

    2:35
  • Chapter 4 1 Lesson Course Wrap Up 1:48

    Course Conclusion and Next Steps

    1:48

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.

What are Hands-on Labs

What's the difference between theoretical knowledge and real skills? Practical real-world experience. That's where Hands-on Labs come in! Hands-on Labs are guided, interactive experiences that help you learn and practice real-world scenarios in real cloud environments. Hands-on Labs are seamlessly integrated in courses, so you can learn by doing.

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