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Provide non-admin users with read-only access to Service Endpoints in VSTS

I am currently transitioning some work to another team in our business. Part of this transition has been to pre-configure various Service Endpoints in Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) to provide a way for the new team to deploy into target Azure environments without the team necessarily having direct or privileged access into those Azure environments. 325 more words

Azure

Easy Release Versioning for .Net Projects using VSTS and TFS

Versioning. Here we are. Again.

Over the years I have always worked hard to make versioning a foundational piece of every CI / CD solution I’ve setup. 655 more words

.Net

Simon Waight reblogged this on Kloud Blog.

Connect KeyNote with Brian Harry. Devops Projects – awesome scaffolding for your release management project!

Still going through videos from Connect, there’s a lot of stuff to wade through! Definitely enjoyed Brian Harry’s keynote address – especially the awesome Abel Wang helping out as copresenter. 416 more words

DevOps

DevOPs - VSTS : When hosted agents are not enough

The WHY part:

In my past works related to VSTS Build and Release management, my focus area has always been

  1. Configuring, correct and efficient build / release definitions to ensure true CI / CD.
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Build

Understanding Azure's Container PaaS Capabilities

If you’ve been using Azure over the past twelve months, you can’t but have the feeling that it’s become a bit like this…

.. and you’d be right. 1,809 more words

Azure

DevOps Practices & FAQs -2

Please read the previous FAQs series also: Devops-practices-faqs-1

1. Who can become DevOps Engineer ?

In traditional projects ; Build Engineers, Sys Admins, Release Engineers can convert their career into DevOps Engineer role through an Agile practiced IT organization. 245 more words

DevOps Automation

Communication and Coordination for release management in software ecosystems

Recently, I had an opportunity to work with German, Leif, and Daniel on a very interesting study of the Gnome FOSS Ecosystem. We were interested to understand how release managers coordinate a shared release of a set of interrelated projects within the Gnome Ecosystem. 614 more words

Research