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Join my Release Management team

Looking for a job, experienced or interested in Release Management? I’m building a team to spread Release Management process across Donnelley Financial Solutions.

Currently my team of off-shore Release Managers support 4 different Solutions but we are expanding to support about 40 Solutions! 472 more words


Automated deployments at LJMU Digital

As we make use of CI/CD I thought it would be good to give an insight into our setup. We’ve already blogged about our source control in the cloud… 372 more words


TFS 2017 build agent in untrusted domain

This week I was faced with a scenario where a TFS build/release agent was used to deploy software from TFS Release management. This agent was running in the same Windows domain as the servers where the software needed to be deployed. 558 more words


Salesforce ISV Environment Strategy

Please note – This content was previously posted on the audit9.com site directly and is re-published here as part of the consolidation of 2 blogs. 796 more words


TFS Release Management trigger script fails after upgrade from 2013 to 2015 (Update 3)

We are using TFS 2013 Release Management to do deployements. This works great after some modifications (the out-of-box product isn’t that good). One of the modifications is that we use a PowerShell script to trigger releases instead of the option… 1,188 more words


Change VSTS release variables at queue time

When creating and queueing new build, a feature that I often use is the “allow change at queue time” checkbox next to the build variables… 95 more words

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Adding a DMZ server to the TrustedHosts list

Today I was working with Release Management in an On-Premise TFS 2015 situation where I had to release into server located in the DMZ.

After getting all kinds of things in place, like installing an agent, having shadow accounts setup and having validated i could reach and use the agent to install the required software I came across another issue. 200 more words

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