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Programmatically promote your package quality with Release Views in VSTS

A short while ago, Package Management  in VSTS became publicly available. Agreed, the features in the initial version are not overwhelming, but the potential is very high. 556 more words

Continuous Delivery to Azure App Services using VSTS Release Management

Our team has been working on a very important feature addition to Azure App Service for the last couple of months which went Preview in the recent… 132 more words


Create your private team NuGet and manage your source code


The major purpose from this post is to give simple and clear hands on how to create your first Nuget repository and publish Nugets to it to use in other projects, and indeed hands on how to build your project as a Nuget package. 713 more words


It’s time to take back control of your IT Service Management

# Service Catalogue, # Service Level Management, # Capacity Management, # Event and Availability Management, # Service Desk, # Change Management, # Service Asset and Configuration Management, # Release Management, # Knowledge Management, # Incident Management, # Request Fulfilment, # Problem Management… 856 more words

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

Rather than covering the benefits of automation (which you can read about in the following blog for example) I thought it would be good to give an insight into our CI/CD setup and how we automate. 396 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