GitHub Actions with Azure Course Overview

GitHub Actions with Azure Course Overview

The "GitHub Actions with Azure" course is designed to help learners master the integration of GitHub Actions for CI/CD with Azure services. By delving into this course, students will gain a comprehensive understanding of version control with Git, collaboration with GitHub, and how to automate their workflows using GitHub Actions.

Starting with the basics of Git and GitHub, learners will explore the differences between them, understand branching and merging, and learn how to resolve conflicts effectively. As they progress, they will discover how to restore commits and manage code snippets with stashing.

The heart of the course lies in understanding and creating Azure GitHub Actions workflows. Students will learn the syntax, trigger workflows, reuse them, and control job execution with conditions. They'll also understand the advantages of using Azure GitHub Actions over Azure Pipelines, and how to authenticate and deploy apps to Azure services.

By the end of the course, participants will be well-equipped to automate their deployment pipelines, manage Azure resources through GitHub Actions, and improve their DevOps practices with the powerful combination of GitHub and Azure.

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Course Prerequisites

To ensure that you gain the maximum benefit from the GitHub Actions with Azure course, we recommend that you have the following prerequisites before starting the training:

  • Basic understanding of software development processes.
  • Familiarity with version control concepts, particularly with Git.
  • Experience with using Git for version control, either through the command line, a GUI like SourceTree, or through any integrated development environment (IDE).
  • Knowledge of GitHub, including repository management, committing changes, and understanding the difference between Git and GitHub.
  • Basic understanding of continuous integration/continuous deployment (CI/CD) principles.
  • Some exposure to cloud computing concepts, preferably Microsoft Azure (although not strictly necessary as this will be covered in the course).
  • A willingness to learn new concepts related to DevOps and automation through practical examples and hands-on exercises.

These prerequisites are designed to establish a foundational understanding that will help you quickly grasp the concepts presented in the course and apply them effectively. If you are not confident in any of these areas, we suggest reviewing introductory materials or taking foundational courses to build up your knowledge base before tackling the GitHub Actions with Azure course.

Target Audience for GitHub Actions with Azure

The "GitHub Actions with Azure" course caters to developers and IT professionals looking to streamline their CI/CD workflows with GitHub and Azure integration.

  • Software Developers and Engineers
  • DevOps Engineers
  • System Administrators
  • Cloud Solutions Architects
  • IT Project Managers
  • Full Stack Developers
  • Technical Leads
  • Application Developers
  • Quality Assurance Engineers and Testers
  • Security Professionals and SREs (Site Reliability Engineers)
  • Data Scientists and Engineers (interested in MLOps with GitHub Actions and Azure Machine Learning)
  • Technical Team Leads and Managers overseeing development or deployment projects
  • IT Professionals working on code version control and deployment automation
  • Professionals with a basic understanding of Git, GitHub, and Azure who wish to upskill

Learning Objectives - What you will Learn in this GitHub Actions with Azure?

Introduction to Learning Outcomes:

Gain practical skills in automating deployment and managing workflows with GitHub Actions for Azure. Master Git basics, resolve conflicts, and leverage Azure's cloud capabilities through hands-on lessons.

Learning Objectives and Outcomes:

  • Understand the fundamentals of Version Control Systems and differentiate between GIT and GITHUB.
  • Utilize GIT Bash and GIT Config Commands for version control operations.
  • Perform branching, merging, and conflict resolution using Git commands.
  • Restore previous commits and manage code changes with stash operations.
  • Comprehend YAML syntax and the components of GitHub Actions including workflows, events, jobs, and runners.
  • Create, trigger, and reuse workflows efficiently, while controlling job execution with conditions.
  • Articulate the advantages of using GitHub Actions for Azure and recognize the differences from Azure Pipelines.
  • Authenticate securely from Azure to GitHub using OpenID Connect and service principal secrets.
  • Deploy applications and databases to Azure services like Azure App Service, Azure Function, and Azure SQL Database using GitHub Actions.
  • Implement advanced GitHub Actions features, such as variable substitution, managing Azure Policies, and building custom VM images for Azure.

By completing this course, students will be able to automate their software deployment processes and integrate GitHub with Azure services, significantly improving their CI/CD pipelines and cloud service management.