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Herding Cats: Release Management in an Open Collaboration Ecosystem

Next week we will present our work on Release Engineering in the GNOME ecosystem at OSS conference in Gothenburg. This is joint work driven by  484 more words


Configure your load test against different URL’s within your Release Pipeline

Yesterday I was preparing some demo’s for my NDC talk in June.  have a simple website that  deploy to Azure by using the Build and Release Pipeline functionality. 480 more words

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Using Tokenization (Token Replacement) for Builds/Releases in vNext/TFS 2015

Microsoft has provided support for doing token replacements into build artifacts. Since this is provided as a “utility” task there’s no bias in how it’s used but you’ll likely find it most useful from your release workflow. 540 more words


Uploading Release Management Tasks With a VSIX Extension Package

TFS 2015 lets you define build and release workflows comprised of discrete tasks. Although it provides a handful to you (build-specific, release-specific, general utility, etc..), you can also write your own “Extension Tasks” and upload them. 196 more words


Adding a Task to Your On-Premise TFS 2015 Server

TFS 2015 embeds previous vNext functionality to provide you workflow-driven, scriptable builds. This is based on establishing discrete tasks that can be reused between your build definitions and release definitions as relevant. 356 more words


Life can be humbling

Life can be a humbling experience. All around us are examples of things we don’t know as well as we would like. This is a reminder that Release Management is no exception to that rule. 333 more words


Build and Deployment Teams in Release Management

Continuing my series on Release Management, I would like to discuss the Build and Deployment Team as well as the Deployment Activity in Software Release Management.   1,736 more words

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