Reliable, self-service application and component delivery with universal packages
Simplify your complex, multi-component architectures using universal packages and feeds, and distribute your applications and components to consumers who can then decide how and when they upgrade. Consumers don’t necessarily need to be end-users, but could be other development products, installation tools, or technicians who perform work for the end user.
Outline/Structure of the Presentation
- Life before Universal Packages
- the challenges with application delivery that organizations with complex, multi-component architectures are experiencing, and the consequence of using traditional methods to deliver these
- What is UPack and what are the benefits
- a brief overview of what UPack is, and how it can help with these
- Case study: Inedo Extensions
- Case study: Silverfit
- Case study: Desktop Hub
- Next steps
- How you can start using Universal Packages to simplify your applications and components
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ProGet: Essentials and Advanced Feed Management
Certifications Awarded Upon Completion: ProGet 101 & ProGet 201
Audience: Operations, Release Engineer / DevOps Team
Students will learn why public package managers cannot be used for distributing internal packages or libraries. We will walk through the features available within ProGet, and build a first feed with ProGet. In the second half, students will work through several advanced level features of ProGet. Features include package promotion, retention policies, vulnerability assessment and testing, license filtering, multi-site feed replication, and multiple feeds.
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