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    Build and Deploy Angular Applications Using Azure DevOps Pipelines

    Automating the build and deployment of an Angular application in the Azure DevOps (AzDO) ecosystem is as easy as any other code hosting service. AzDO has added task types to help deploy directly to Azure subscriptions. In this post, we will look at creating a build pipeline with caching, discuss deploying to Azure App Service,…   Read more »

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    How To Create a DevOps Pipeline Using Ansible

    What is Ansible? It is the most trusted DevOps tool for many users, which can be used in platforms like Unix, Linux, and Windows Azure. It’s an open-source tool used to automate cloud provisioning, configuration management, and App deployments. In addition, it helps provision virtual machines, networks, containers, and complete cloud infrastructures. How is Ansible Used? It’s been…   Read more »

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    DevOps Enterprise: How to Spread the DevOps Wealth

    So you’ve written Infrastructure As Code, Automated All The Things, and drank deeply of the DevOps kool-aid on your current project – what’s next? You’ve been reaping the rewards of DevOps on a small scale, and your one-off DevOps effort has earned a lot of positive attention – now management would like you to implement DevOps…   Read more »

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    Enterprise-scale DevOps: How to Implement DevOps Across Your Organization

    So you’ve written Infrastructure As Code, Automated All The Things, and drank deeply of the DevOps Kool-Aid on your current project – what’s next? You’ve been reaping the rewards of DevOps at some scale, and your one-off DevOps effort has earned a lot of positive attention – now, management would like you to implement DevOps for…   Read more »

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    Visual Studio Code for DevOps Engineers

    From C# Developer to DevOps Engineer Over the last couple of years, I’ve become a DevOps Engineer after having been primarily a C# developer. Instead of primarily C# and SQL, I was now working almost exclusively with JSON, YAML, and PowerShell. While I was very familiar with Visual Studio 2013/2015/2017 and its excellent support for the…   Read more »

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    Leading Energy Provider Powers its Workforce with DevOps, CI/CD, and Automation

    Using CI/CD to deliver better products, faster We used automation tools to create integrated build and test processes with a focus on a software-defined life cycle that facilitates a seamless transition from development to deployment. The introduction of CI/CD practices resulted in agility with software changes that could reach production more frequently and without as much…   Read more »

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    Leaping into DevSecOps from DevOps

    DevOps implements a Continuous Integration/Continuous Delivery (CI/CD) process. When multiple team members work in the same codebase, anyone’s update could break the integrated code. So, Continuous Integration is to trigger a build pipeline whenever a code update is pushed. The build pipeline will fail if the newly updated code is incompatible with the existing codebase…   Read more »

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    Power Apps DevOps Using Best Practices

    Assumptions This write up is executed in sequence in that if you jump to a section, it assumes you have completed the parts before it. This write-up assumes the following; You have a Power Apps tenant with administrative privileges. For the source control and CI/CD sections; An Azure DevOps project configured with the Power Apps Build…   Read more »

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    DevOps and Infrastructure as Code (IaC)

    Agility and Discipline are Both Required as Organizations Adopt the Cloud At the beginning of cloud adoption, experimentation is common and exploration of applicable technologies is welcomed. Development teams are excited to try the newest service offerings and proof of concept efforts are completed with great interest. However, the thrill of discovery often turns to frustration…   Read more »

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    Azure DevOps Services for Government: Information Storage

    This is the second of two blog posts that will share solutions to common Azure DevOps Services concerns: In “Azure DevOps Services for Government: Access Control”, I covered common access control concerns. In “Azure DevOps Services for Government: Information Storage” (this post), I will address common concerns with storing information in the commercial data centers…   Read more »