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    <h1>Build Python apps</h1>
    <p><strong>Azure Pipelines</strong></p>
    <p>Use a pipeline to automatically build and test your Python apps or scripts. After those steps are done, you can then deploy or publish your project.</p>
    <p>To create and activate an Anaconda environment and install Anaconda packages with conda , see Run pipelines with Anaconda environments.</p>
    <h2>Create your first pipeline</h2>
    <blockquote><p>Are you new to Azure Pipelines? If so, then we recommend you try this section before moving on to other sections.</p></blockquote>
    <h3>Get the code</h3>
    <p>Import this repo into your Git repo in Azure DevOps Server 2019:</p>
    <p>Import this repo into your Git repo:</p>
    <h2>Sign in to Azure Pipelines</h2>
    <p>Sign in to Azure Pipelines. After you sign in, your browser goes to https://dev.azure.com/my-organization-name and displays your Azure DevOps dashboard.</p>
    <p>Within your selected organization, create a <em>project</em>. If you don't have any projects in your organization, you see a <strong>Create a project to get started</strong> screen. Otherwise, select the <strong>Create Project</strong> button in the upper-right corner of the dashboard.</p>
    <h3>Create the pipeline</h3>
    <p>Sign in to your Azure DevOps organization and navigate to your project.</p>
    <p>Go to <strong>Pipelines</strong>, and then select <strong>New Pipeline</strong>.</p>
    <p>Walk through the steps of the wizard by first selecting <strong>GitHub</strong> as the location of your source code.</p>
    <p>You might be redirected to GitHub to sign in. If so, enter your GitHub credentials.</p>
    <p>When the list of repositories appears, select your repository.</p>
    <p>You might be redirected to GitHub to install the Azure Pipelines app. If so, select <strong>Approve & install</strong>.</p>
    <blockquote><p>When the <strong>Configure</strong> tab appears, select <strong>Python package</strong>. This will create a Python package to test on multiple Python versions.</p></blockquote>
    <p>When your new pipeline appears, take a look at the YAML to see what it does. When you're ready, select <strong>Save and run</strong>.</p>
    <p> </p>
    <p>You're prompted to commit a new <em>azure-pipelines.yml</em> file to your repository. After you're happy with the message, select <strong>Save and run</strong> again.</p>
    <p>If you want to watch your pipeline in action, select the build job.</p>
    <blockquote><p>You just created and ran a pipeline that we automatically created for you, because your code appeared to be a good match for the Python package template.</p></blockquote>
    <p>You now have a working YAML pipeline ( azure-pipelines.yml ) in your repository that's ready for you to customize!</p>
    <p>When you're ready to make changes to your pipeline, select it in the <strong>Pipelines</strong> page, and then <strong>Edit</strong> the azure-pipelines.yml file.</p>
    <p>See the sections below to learn some of the more common ways to customize your pipeline.</p>
    <ol>
    <li>Add an azure-pipelines.yml file in your repository. Customize this snippet for your build.</li>
    </ol>
    <ol>
    <li>
    <p>Create a pipeline (if you don't know how, see Create your first pipeline), and for the template select <strong>YAML</strong>.</p>
    <p>Set the <strong>Agent pool</strong> and <strong>YAML file path</strong> for your pipeline.</p>
    <p>Save the pipeline and queue a build. When the <strong>Build #nnnnnnnn.n has been queued</strong> message appears, select the number link to see your pipeline in action.</p>
    <p>When you're ready to make changes to your pipeline, <strong>Edit</strong> it.</p>
    <p>See the sections below to learn some of the more common ways to customize your pipeline.</p>
    <h2>Build environment</h2>
    <p>You don't have to set up anything for Azure Pipelines to build Python projects. Python is preinstalled on Microsoft-hosted build agents for Linux, macOS, or Windows. To see which Python versions are preinstalled, see Use a Microsoft-hosted agent.</p>
    <h3>Use a specific Python version</h3>
    <p>To use a specific version of Python in your pipeline, add the Use Python Version task to <em>azure-pipelines.yml</em>. This snippet sets the pipeline to use Python 3.6:</p>
    <h3>Use multiple Python versions</h3>
    <p>To run a pipeline with multiple Python versions, for example to test a package against those versions, define a job with a matrix of Python versions. Then set the UsePythonVersion task to reference the matrix variable.</p>
    <p>You can add tasks to run using each Python version in the matrix.</p>
    <h2>Run Python scripts</h2>
    <p>To run Python scripts in your repository, use a script element and specify a filename. For example:</p>
    <p>You can also run inline Python scripts with the Python Script task:</p>
    <p>To parameterize script execution, use the PythonScript task with arguments values to pass arguments into the executing process. You can use sys.argv or the more sophisticated argparse library to parse the arguments.</p>
    <h3>Install dependencies</h3>
    <p>You can use scripts to install specific PyPI packages with pip . For example, this YAML installs or upgrades pip and the setuptools and wheel packages.</p>
    <h3>Install requirements</h3>
    <p>After you update pip and friends, a typical next step is to install dependencies from <em>requirements.txt</em>:</p>
    <h2>Run tests</h2>
    <p>You can use scripts to install and run various tests in your pipeline.</p>
    <h3>Run lint tests with flake8</h3>
    <p>To install or upgrade flake8 and use it to run lint tests, use this YAML:</p>
    <h3>Test with pytest and collect coverage metrics with pytest-cov</h3>
    <p>Use this YAML to install pytest and pytest-cov , run tests, output test results in JUnit format, and output code coverage results in Cobertura XML format:</p>
    <h3>Run tests with Tox</h3>
    <p>Azure Pipelines can run parallel Tox test jobs to split up the work. On a development computer, you have to run your test environments in series. This sample uses tox -e py to run whichever version of Python is active for the current job.</p>
    <h3>Publish test results</h3>
    <p>Add the Publish Test Results task to publish JUnit or xUnit test results to the server:</p>
    <h3>Publish code coverage results</h3>
    <p>Add the Publish Code Coverage Results task to publish code coverage results to the server. You can see coverage metrics in the build summary, and download HTML reports for further analysis.</p>
    <h2>Package and deliver code</h2>
    <p>To authenticate with twine , use the Twine Authenticate task to store authentication credentials in the PYPIRC_PATH environment variable.</p>
    <p>Then, add a custom script that uses twine to publish your packages.</p>
    <p>You can also use Azure Pipelines to build an image for your Python app and push it to a container registry.</p>
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    <h1>The 5 Components of Azure DevOps</h1>
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    <p>In the search to accelerate and simplify the DevOps process, we take a look at Microsoft?s Azure DevOps, a hosted service providing development and collaboration tool that was formerly known as Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS). Last year, Microsoft split VSTS into five separate Azure-branded services , under the banner Azure DevOps for a complete offering in public cloud that makes it easier for developers to adopt portions of the Azure DevOps platform, without requiring them to go ?all in? like the former VSTS.</p>
    <p>Azure DevOps supports both public and private cloud configurations ? the services include:</p>
    <p><ul>
    <li>Azure Boards ? A work tracking system with Kanban boards, dashboards, and reporting</li>
    <li>Azure Pipelines ? A CI/CD, testing, and deployment system that can connect to any Git repository</li>
    <li>Azure Repos ? A cloud-hosted private Git repository service</li>
    <li>Azure Test Plans ? A solution for tests and capturing data about defects</li>
    <li>Azure Artifacts ? A hosting facility for Maven, npm, and NuGet packages</li>
    </ul>
    </p>
    <p>Each of these Azure DevOps services is open and extensible and can be used with all varieties of applications, regardless of the framework, platform or cloud. Built-in cloud-hosted agents are provided for Windows, Mac OS and Linux and workflows are enabled for native container support and Kubernetes deployment options, virtual machines, and serverless environments.</p>
    <p>With all five services together users can take advantage of an integrated suite that provides end to end DevOps functionalities. But, since they are broken up into separate components, Azure DevOps gives users the flexibility to just pick which services to employ without the need to use the full suite. For example, with Kubernetes having a standard interface and running the same way on all cloud providers, Azure Pipelines can be used for deploying to Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) , Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) , Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS) , or clusters from any other cloud provider without requiring the use of any of the other Azure DevOps components.</p>
    <h1>Embracing Azure DevOps</h1>
    <p>One of the main benefits for teams using Azure DevOps is developers will be able to work securely from anywhere and in any format and embrace open-source technology. Azure DevOps addresses the vendor lock-in problem from its early version by providing extensive integration with industry and community tools.</p>
    <p>With the many integrations available, users can log in using SSO tools like Azure AD or communicate with their team via Slack integration while accessing both cloud and on-premises resources.</p>
    <p>Azure Pipelines offers free CI/CD with unlimited minutes and 10 parallel jobs for every open source project and many of the top open-source projects already use Azure Pipelines for CI/CD, such as Atom, CPython, Pipenv, Tox, Visual Studio Code, and TypeScript.</p>
    <h1>Benefits of Azure DevOps</h1>
    <p>Azure DevOps use cases include:</p>
    <p><ul>
    <li>Planning ? Azure DevOps makes it easy for DevOps teams to manage their work with full visibility across products and projects, helping them keep development efforts transparent and on schedule. Teams can define, track, and layout work with Kanban boards, backlogs, custom dashboards and reporting capabilities using Azure Boards.</li>
    <li>Developing ? Allows teams to share code and collaborate together with Visual Studio and Visual Studio Code. Users can create automatic workflows for automated testing and continuous integration in the cloud with Azure Pipelines.</li>
    <li>Delivery ? Helps teams deploy applications to any Azure service automatically and with full control. Users can define and spin up multiple cloud environments with Azure Resource Manager or HashiCorp Terraform, and then create continuous delivery pipelines into these environments using Azure Pipelines or tools such as Jenkins and Spinnaker.</li>
    <li>Operations ? With Azure Monitor, users can implement full stack monitoring, get actionable alerts, and gain insights from logs and telemetry.</li>
    </ul>
    </p>
    <h1>Pricing</h1>
    <p>As for Azure DevOps pricing , there are a lot of open-source tools that can be combined to deliver the functionality that Azure DevOps promises to provide, but the basic plan for open source projects and small projects is free up to five users. For larger teams, the cost can range from $30 per month for 10 users to $90 per month for 20 users and so forth.</p>
    <p>In summary, Azure DevOps is an all in one focussed project tracking and planning tool mixed with Developer and DevOps tools for writing, building and deploying code that?s relatively quick and easy to use. But, while maintenance cost is decreased, developers only need an active subscription to have constant access to the latest version. Azure DevOps will indirectly utilize Azure Storage and compute services that will increase usage and impact costs.</p>
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    <p>In the search to accelerate and simplify the DevOps process, we take a look at Microsoft?s Azure DevOps, a hosted service providing development and collaboration tool that was formerly known as Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS). Last year, Microsoft split VSTS into five separate Azure-branded services , under the banner Azure DevOps for a complete offering in public cloud that makes it easier for developers to adopt portions of the Azure DevOps platform, without requiring them to go ?all in? like the former VSTS.</p>
    <p>Azure DevOps supports both public and private cloud configurations ? the services include:</p>
    <p><ul>
    <li>Azure Boards ? A work tracking system with Kanban boards, dashboards, and reporting</li>
    <li>Azure Pipelines ? A CI/CD, testing, and deployment system that can connect to any Git repository</li>
    <li>Azure Repos ? A cloud-hosted private Git repository service</li>
    <li>Azure Test Plans ? A solution for tests and capturing data about defects</li>
    <li>Azure Artifacts ? A hosting facility for Maven, npm, and NuGet packages</li>
    </ul>
    </p>
    <p>Each of these Azure DevOps services is open and extensible and can be used with all varieties of applications, regardless of the framework, platform or cloud. Built-in cloud-hosted agents are provided for Windows, Mac OS and Linux and workflows are enabled for native container support and Kubernetes deployment options, virtual machines, and serverless environments.</p>
    <p>With all five services together users can take advantage of an integrated suite that provides end to end DevOps functionalities. But, since they are broken up into separate components, Azure DevOps gives users the flexibility to just pick which services to employ without the need to use the full suite. For example, with Kubernetes having a standard interface and running the same way on all cloud providers, Azure Pipelines can be used for deploying to Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) , Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) , Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS) , or clusters from any other cloud provider without requiring the use of any of the other Azure DevOps components.</p>
    <h1>Embracing Azure DevOps</h1>
    <p>One of the main benefits for teams using Azure DevOps is developers will be able to work securely from anywhere and in any format and embrace open-source technology. Azure DevOps addresses the vendor lock-in problem from its early version by providing extensive integration with industry and community tools.</p>
    <p>With the many integrations available, users can log in using SSO tools like Azure AD or communicate with their team via Slack integration while accessing both cloud and on-premises resources.</p>
    <p>Azure Pipelines offers free CI/CD with unlimited minutes and 10 parallel jobs for every open source project and many of the top open-source projects already use Azure Pipelines for CI/CD, such as Atom, CPython, Pipenv, Tox, Visual Studio Code, and TypeScript.</p>
    <h1>Benefits of Azure DevOps</h1>
    <p>Azure DevOps use cases include:</p>
    <p><ul>
    <li>Planning ? Azure DevOps makes it easy for DevOps teams to manage their work with full visibility across products and projects, helping them keep development efforts transparent and on schedule. Teams can define, track, and layout work with Kanban boards, backlogs, custom dashboards and reporting capabilities using Azure Boards.</li>
    <li>Developing ? Allows teams to share code and collaborate together with Visual Studio and Visual Studio Code. Users can create automatic workflows for automated testing and continuous integration in the cloud with Azure Pipelines.</li>
    <li>Delivery ? Helps teams deploy applications to any Azure service automatically and with full control. Users can define and spin up multiple cloud environments with Azure Resource Manager or HashiCorp Terraform, and then create continuous delivery pipelines into these environments using Azure Pipelines or tools such as Jenkins and Spinnaker.</li>
    <li>Operations ? With Azure Monitor, users can implement full stack monitoring, get actionable alerts, and gain insights from logs and telemetry.</li>
    </ul>
    </p>
    <h1>Pricing</h1>
    <p>As for Azure DevOps pricing , there are a lot of open-source tools that can be combined to deliver the functionality that Azure DevOps promises to provide, but the basic plan for open source projects and small projects is free up to five users. For larger teams, the cost can range from $30 per month for 10 users to $90 per month for 20 users and so forth.</p>
    <p>In summary, Azure DevOps is an all in one focussed project tracking and planning tool mixed with Developer and DevOps tools for writing, building and deploying code that?s relatively quick and easy to use. But, while maintenance cost is decreased, developers only need an active subscription to have constant access to the latest version. Azure DevOps will indirectly utilize Azure Storage and compute services that will increase usage and impact costs.</p>
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    <p>Last week I delivered the first run of my new DevOps using VSTS and Azure course in Kirkland, Washington. While my retrospectives are usually just for my personal improvement, I decided to start sharing my retrospectives to be more transparent. The public record of my goals to improve should also keep me focused on achieving those goals. As a secondary goal, this should also provide an insight into some of the work that goes into creating and evolving high-quality technical training courses.</p>
    <h3>What worked</h3>
    <ul>
    <li>Enthusiasm from the attendees was fantastic which gave the class an exciting feel over the 3 days.</li>
    <li>While DevOps is focused on BOTH operations and developers, this is definitely a ?DevOps for developers? course. Attendees for the first run of the course were exactly the target audience. I?ll need to ensure any promotion of the course continues to mention DevOps for developers.</li>
    <li>Students had various levels of experience with both VSTS and Azure including participants who were taking the class in preparation for moving from on-premises TFS to VSTS.</li>
    <li>Occasionally screenshots in the courseware were slightly wrong due to recent updates to either VSTS or Azure. Students were very understanding of this given the release cadence of the products in question. This will remain a concern for me as student expectations vary. I?m sure I?ll run across students who won?t be as understanding.</li>
    <li>Based on the high number of questions asked during the course, the allocation of time for Q&A seems about right.</li>
    <li>Having students sign-up in class for a new Microsoft Account, Outlook.com email, Dev Essentials account and Azure account went quite quickly and smoothly. Having students create these accounts for themselves allows them to continue using these resources after class with the lab work they did still in their account. They can choose to delete their lab work of course, or leave it in place while they learn and explore more. I?m convinced this is much better than requiring them to have an existing account as a course pre-requisite.</li>
    </ul>
    <h3>What didn?t work</h3>
    <ul>
    <li>For one exercise in the course, I planned on using the VSTS Demo Generator. Despite it working multiple times during course development, it failed during class and then in further testing. In all occasions, the VSTS accounts were completely new so there should not have been any reason for the utility to fail. I was able to work around this in class, but I know now I can?t rely on it.</li>
    <li>The course felt a little rushed towards the end of the last day.</li>
    </ul>
    <h3>What can I improve next time.</h3>
    <ul>
    <li>Now the first run is over, use the timings to better plan future deliveries so that it doesn?t feel rushed towards the end.</li>
    <li>Change the lab exercise that used the VSTS Demo Generator to not rely on it for future runs. If I can isolate the reason for the failure, I will share that information with the team responsible for the tool to see if they can fix it.</li>
    <li>Create a couple of extra demos to have on-hand should students ask how VSTS build & release could work with other Azure services. Eg. Azure Functions demo. Also have a more complex example of using Azure Resource Manager (ARM) templates should students enquire about this.</li>
    </ul>
    <h3>What?s next?</h3>
    <ul>
    <li>Having completed the first delivery in the US now, I?m partnering with DDLS to deliver this course in Australia next month. I?ve also had enquiries about delivering this as an in-house workshop for an organisation so that?s positive.</li>
    <li>Continue to review the decision to add the Azure focus to the VSTS course and not the new TFS 2017 Build & Release course. While VSTS can deploy to either cloud or on-premises server, and TFS can deploy to either as well, I?ve chosen to group them this way for now and review.</li>
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    <p>A look behind the scenes of releasing a brand new technical training course. Here's my retrospective following the first run of the course last week.</p>
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    <p>In this lab, you will learn about how to create an Azure service principal that can be used to integrate Azure DevOps Server with Azure services hosted in the cloud.</p>
    <h2>Exercise 1: Creating an Azure Service Principal for use as an Azure Resource Manager service connection</h2>
    <h3>Task 1: Creating an Azure Resource Manager service connection</h3>
    <p>Open a browser window to your Azure DevOps Server 2019.</p>
    <p>Navigate to <strong>Project settings</strong>.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://azuredevopslabs.com/labs/devopsserver/azureserviceprincipal/images/000.png" /></p>
    <p>Navigate to <strong>Pipelines | Service connections</strong>.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://azuredevopslabs.com/labs/devopsserver/azureserviceprincipal/images/001.png" /></p>
    <p>From the <strong>New service connection</strong> dropdown, select <strong>Azure Resource Manager</strong>.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://azuredevopslabs.com/labs/devopsserver/azureserviceprincipal/images/002.png" /></p>
    <p>Set the <strong>Connection name</strong> to something descriptive. You will need to create a service principal in Azure in the next task to fill out the remaining fields.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://azuredevopslabs.com/labs/devopsserver/azureserviceprincipal/images/003.png" /></p>
    <h3>Task 2: Creating an Azure service principal</h3>
    <p>Log in to your Azure account at https://portal.azure.com in a new browser tab.</p>
    <p>Click the <strong>Cloud Shell</strong> button to launch the Cloud Shell.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://azuredevopslabs.com/labs/devopsserver/azureserviceprincipal/images/004.png" /></p>
    <p>Make sure the <strong>Environment</strong> is set to <strong>Bash</strong>.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://azuredevopslabs.com/labs/devopsserver/azureserviceprincipal/images/005.png" /></p>
    <p>The command below will create a service principal with the name ?ServicePrincipalName?. Replace the value and execute the command in the cloud shell.</p>
    <p>Azure will generate an <strong>appID</strong>, which is the <strong>Service principal client ID</strong> used by Azure DevOps Server. It will also generate a strong <strong>password</strong>, which is the <strong>Service principal key</strong>. The final value of interest is the <strong>tenant</strong>, which is the <strong>Tenant ID</strong>. Copy these values to the service connection form in the other tab.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://azuredevopslabs.com/labs/devopsserver/azureserviceprincipal/images/006.png" /></p>
    <p>Execute the command below to retrieve details about your Azure subscription.</p>
    <p>The <strong>id</strong> is the <strong>Subscription ID</strong> you need to create the service connection. The <strong>name</strong> is the <strong>Subscription name</strong> you need. Copy these values as well.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://azuredevopslabs.com/labs/devopsserver/azureserviceprincipal/images/007.png" /></p>
    <p>The form should now be complete. Click <strong>Verify connection</strong> to make sure the values work as expected. Click <strong>OK</strong> when verified. You will now be able to reference this connection from release pipeline tasks.</p>
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    <h1>Azure Repos integration</h1>
    <p>The user generates a unique Azure DevOps personal access token generated for Snyk specifically. Together the username and password constitute a token that Snyk uses. The token authorizes Snyk to access the user?s repos for only the specific permissions that the user indicates to Azure Repos when generating it.</p>
    <p>The user selects projects and repositories for import to Snyk (for testing and monitoring). The user can also enter custom file locations for any manifest files that are not located in the root folders of their repositories.</p>
    <p>Snyk evaluates the items that the user selected and imports any that have relevant manifest files in their root folder and all the sub folders at any level.</p>
    <p>Snyk communicates directly with your repository for each test it runs to determine exactly what code is currently pushed and what dependencies are being used. Each dependency is tested against Snyk?s vulnerability database to see if it contains any known vulnerabilities.</p>
    <p>Based on your configurations, if vulnerabilities are found, Snyk notifies you via email or Slack so that you can take immediate remediation action.</p>
    <h4>Add projects to Snyk for Azure Repos</h4>
    <p>Snyk tests and monitors Azure Repos that are in any of our supported languages by evaluating root folders and custom file locations.</p>
    <h5>Adding projects to Snyk</h5>
    <p>Go to Projects and click Add projects . Choose the tool from which to import your projects:</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://support.snyk.io/hc/article_...d-55436a38-bdce-2011-6bb7-6c2d8ed47abe-en.png" /></p>
    <p>A popup screen opens with all the available repositories under the selected integration:</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://support.snyk.io/hc/article_...d-cae3b5b8-6971-406c-3c00-91c9d1a570a2-en.png" /></p>
    <p>Select the repos that you would like to import to Snyk to monitor them for security/license issues. To import all repos for a specific organization, checkmark the organization.</p>
    <p>Click Add selected repositories . Snyk will now scan the entire file tree for dependency files and import them to Snyk as Projects.</p>
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    <p><strong>Azure DevOps Server 2020 | Azure DevOps Server 2019 | TFS 2018 - TFS 2015</strong></p>
    <p>Team Foundation Server (TFS) is the on-premises Azure DevOps offering. TFS includes Build and Release and can be installed and managed on your own servers.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/devops/pipelines/media/pipeline-concept-end-to-end.png" /></p>
    <p>Continuous Integration (CI) is the practice used by development teams to automate the merging and testing of code. Implementing CI helps to catch bugs early in the development cycle, which makes them less expensive to fix. Automated tests execute as part of the CI process to ensure quality. Artifacts are produced from CI systems and fed to release processes to drive frequent deployments. The Build service in TFS helps you set up and manage CI for your applications.</p>
    <p>Continuous Delivery (CD) is a process by which code is built, tested, and deployed to one or more test and production environments. Deploying and testing in multiple environments drives quality. CI systems produce the deployable artifacts including infrastructure and apps. Automated release processes consume these artifacts to release new versions and fixes to existing systems. Monitoring and alerting systems run continually to drive visibility into the entire CD process. The Release service in TFS helps you set up and manage CD for your applications.</p>
    <p>Continuous Testing (CT) on-premises or in the cloud is the use of automated build-deploy-test workflows, with a choice of technologies and frameworks, that test your changes continuously in a fast, scalable, and efficient manner.</p>
    <h2>Version control systems</h2>
    <p>The starting point for configuring CI and CD for your applications is to have your source code in a version control system. TFS supports two forms of version control - Git and Team Foundation Version Control. The Build service integrates with both of these version control systems. Once you have configured CI, any changes you push to your version control repository will be automatically built and validated. You can also manage your source code in Subversion, Bitbucket Cloud, GitHub, or any other Git repository. The Build service integrates with all of these version control systems.</p>
    <h2>Application types</h2>
    <p>To configure CI, you create a build definition. A build definition is a representation of the automation process that you want to run to build and test your application. The automation process is defined as a collection of tasks. TFS has a number of tasks to build and test your application. For example, tasks exist to build .Net, Java, Node, Android, Xcode, and C++ applications. Similarly, there are tasks to run tests using a number of testing frameworks and services. You can also run command line, PowerShell, or Shell scripts in your automation.</p>
    <h2>Deployment targets</h2>
    <p>Once you have continuous integration in place, the next step is to create a release definition to automate the deployment of your application to one or more environments. This automation process is again defined as a collection of tasks. TFS supports deploying your application to virtual machines, containers, on-premises and cloud platforms, or PaaS services. You can also publish your mobile application to a store.</p>
    <h2>Continuous testing</h2>
    <p>Whether your app is on-premises or in the cloud, you can automate build-deploy-test workflows and choose the technologies and frameworks, then test your changes continuously in a fast, scalable, and efficient manner.</p>
    <p><ul>
    <li>Maintain quality and find problems as you develop. Continuous testing with TFS ensures your app still works after every check-in and build, enabling you to find problems earlier by running tests automatically with each build.</li>
    <li>Any test type and any test framework. Choose the test technologies and frameworks you prefer to use.</li>
    <li>Rich analytics and reporting. When your build is done, review your test results to start resolving the problems you find. Rich and actionable build-on-build reports let you instantly see if your builds are getting healthier. But it's not just about speed - detailed and customizable test results measure the quality of your app.</li>
    </ul>
    </p>
    <p>Now that you understand the basics, follow the quickstart to create your first pipeline.</p>
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    <p>November 03, 2019</p>
    <p>I wanted to send a slack message when a deployment completed on Azure. It?s fairly straightforward but there are a couple of things I had to pull together from documentation on slack, PowerShell and azure.</p>
    <p>Here is the script I finished with.</p>
    <p>Just scroll to the bottom to skip ahead and see the entire script.</p>
    <p>You will have to create a webhook url on your slack organisation. I will assume you have done that.</p>
    <h2>PowerShell task in Azure</h2>
    <p>You need to select the PowerShell function task in Azure pipelines and change the type to ?inline?. You could also ship the script with your code as a ps1 file and just reference it in here. That?s probably a better solution once you have tested inline that it all works for you.</p>
    <h2>Script outline</h2>
    <p>In the script I create a function and then immediately call it. The function takes the message text and the web hook url.</p>
    <p>I send three parameters to slack.</p>
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    <li>You should change the username to whatever you like. ?My Deploy bot? or something similar.</li>
    <li>The text is passed in later and will be replaced.</li>
    <li>The emoji appears next to the message. Rolled up newspaper is pretty safe! :)</li>
    </ol>
    </p>
    <h2>The text parameter</h2>
    <p>To reference a user in slack through the webhook you don?t use ?@channel? you must use ? ?</p>
    <p>In this example I add a manually created link to the build. You will have to change the url to your own organisation and project for those to work.</p>
    <p>is another useful link to post on slack to take users directly to the relevant release.</p>
    <p>In PowerShell you use the format $($env:BUILD_BUILDID) to access the predefined build variables. Notice that different to yaml, we get them through the $env and the ?.? are replaced with ?_? for PowerShell.</p>
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    <table data-tab-size="8" data-paste-markdown-skip> <tr> <td >resources :</td> </tr> <tr> <td >- repo : self</td> </tr> <tr> <td >queue :</td> </tr> <tr> <td >name : Hosted Ubuntu 1604</td> </tr> <tr> <td >variables :</td> </tr> <tr> <td >- group : Artifacts</td> </tr> <tr> <td >steps :</td> </tr> <tr> <td >- task : Docker@1</td> </tr> <tr> <td >displayName : ' Build an image '</td> </tr> <tr> <td >inputs :</td> </tr> <tr> <td >azureSubscriptionEndpoint : ' DemoSPNConnection '</td> </tr> <tr> <td >azureContainerRegistry : demo.azurecr.io</td> </tr> <tr> <td >arguments : ' --build-arg ARTIFACTS_ENDPOINT=$(artifactsEndpoint) --build-arg ACCESS_TOKEN=$(artifactsAccessToken) '</td> </tr> <tr> <td >- task : Docker@1</td> </tr> <tr> <td >displayName : ' Push an image '</td> </tr> <tr> <td >inputs :</td> </tr> <tr> <td >azureSubscriptionEndpoint : ' DemoSPNConnection '</td> </tr> <tr> <td >azureContainerRegistry : demo.azurecr.io</td> </tr> <tr> <td >command : ' Push an image '</td> </tr> <tr> <td >trigger :</td> </tr> <tr> <td >batch : true</td> </tr> <tr> <td >branches :</td> </tr> <tr> <td >include :</td> </tr> <tr> <td >- master</td> </tr> <tr> <td >paths :</td> </tr> <tr> <td >exclude :</td> </tr> <tr> <td >- readme.md</td> </tr> </table>
    <table data-tab-size="8" data-paste-markdown-skip> <tr> <td >resources :</td> </tr> <tr> <td >- repo : self</td> </tr> <tr> <td >queue :</td> </tr> <tr> <td >name : Hosted Ubuntu 1604</td> </tr> <tr> <td >variables :</td> </tr> <tr> <td >- group : Artifacts</td> </tr> <tr> <td >steps :</td> </tr> <tr> <td >- task : Docker@1</td> </tr> <tr> <td >displayName : ' Build an image '</td> </tr> <tr> <td >inputs :</td> </tr> <tr> <td >azureSubscriptionEndpoint : ' DemoSPNConnection '</td> </tr> <tr> <td >azureContainerRegistry : demo.azurecr.io</td> </tr> <tr> <td >arguments : ' --build-arg ARTIFACTS_ENDPOINT=$(artifactsEndpoint) --build-arg ACCESS_TOKEN=$(artifactsAccessToken) '</td> </tr> <tr> <td >trigger : none</td> </tr> </table>
    <table data-tab-size="8" data-paste-markdown-skip> <tr> <td >FROM microsoft/dotnet:2.2.100-sdk AS build-env</td> </tr> <tr> <td >WORKDIR /app</td> </tr> <tr> <td ># Credit: https://stackoverflow.com/questions...ng-to-build-dockerfile/53510966#53510966</td> </tr> <tr> <td ># Personal access token to access Artifacts feed</td> </tr> <tr> <td >ARG ACCESS_TOKEN</td> </tr> <tr> <td >ARG ARTIFACTS_ENDPOINT</td> </tr> <tr> <td ># Install the Credential Provider to configure the access</td> </tr> <tr> <td >RUN wget -qO- https://raw.githubusercontent.com/M...rovider/master/helpers/installcredprovider.sh | bash</td> </tr> <tr> <td ># Configure the environment variables</td> </tr> <tr> <td >ENV NUGET_CREDENTIALPROVIDER_SESSIONTOKENCACHE_ENABLED true</td> </tr> <tr> <td >ENV VSS_NUGET_EXTERNAL_FEED_ENDPOINTS " < \" endpointCredentials \" : [< \" endpoint \" : \" $<ARTIFACTS_ENDPOINT>\" , \" password \" : \" $ <ACCESS_TOKEN>\" >]>"</td> </tr> <tr> <td ># copy everything and build the project</td> </tr> <tr> <td >COPY ./src ./</td> </tr> <tr> <td >RUN dotnet restore -s $ <ARTIFACTS_ENDPOINT>api/*.csproj</td> </tr> <tr> <td >RUN dotnet publish api/*.csproj -c Release -o out</td> </tr> <tr> <td ># build runtime image</td> </tr> <tr> <td >FROM microsoft/dotnet:2.2-aspnetcore-runtime</td> </tr> <tr> <td >WORKDIR /app</td> </tr> <tr> <td >COPY --from=build-env /app/api/out ./</td> </tr> <tr> <td >ENTRYPOINT [ "dotnet" , "api.dll" ]</td> </tr> <tr> <td >EXPOSE 443</td> </tr> </table>
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    <p>how the processes of build works in terms of containerized application because in our case it is magneto image which is 1.6GB and building that size of image is taking too much time how we can overcome this?</p>
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    <h1>Easy Release Versioning for .Net Projects using Azure DevOps and TFS</h1>
    <p>Versioning. Here we are. Again.</p>
    <p>Over the years I have always worked hard to make versioning a foundational piece of every CI / CD solution I?ve setup. Reliable, logical versioning becomes key to long-term maintenance and troubleshooting efforts, and whatever you can do to make it a ?no-brainer? is worth it (your future self will thank you).</p>
    <p>The move to .Net Core changed the way a few items work in the .Net world, including versioning, and besides, I am always looking for ways to make versioning easier.</p>
    <p>So here?s my cheat-sheet for versioning your solutions. It won?t suit all application types, but for my use case (.Net Web Apps) it works just fine. It will work with Azure DevOps and newer TFS versions too.</p>
    <p>I haven?t tested on VB projects, but this should work for them just as easily as C#.</p>
    <h3>NET Core: Setup Your Project File</h3>
    <p>Versioning has been simplified in the .Net Core world. Edit your csproj and modify it as follows:</p>
    <p>If your file doesn?t have a version node, add the above. This tip comes from Stack Overflow, but I?ve modified it slightly.</p>
    <p>The above setup will mean debugging locally will give you a version of 1.0.0.0, and in the event you build in a non-Azure DevOps / TFS environment you will also end up with a 1.0.0.0 version. $(BUILD_BUILDNUMBER) is an environment variable set by Team Build and which will be updated at build time by Azure DevOps or TFS.</p>
    <h3>NET Framework: Add Custom Task</h3>
    <p>In the ?old? .Net world we have to update the properties of the AssemblyInfo file that is a part of the project, specifically targeting File Version and Assembly Version.</p>
    <p>There isn?t an in-built build Task to do this for you, and rather than hack together a script, why not use a great custom task from the marketplace (which also supports TFS)?</p>
    <p>I?m using the ?Assembly Info? task from Bleddyn Richards, primarily because it has the most recent updated date out of the similar tasks available, which means it?s hopefully getting plenty of love and care from the owner ??</p>
    <p>Add the above Task to your build definition (make sure to do it before you build the Solution / project) and then set the version numbering as shown below.</p>
    <p> </p>
    <h3>Setup Build Versioning</h3>
    <p>The above steps are great, but they will count for nothing (or cause a compile fail) if we don?t have a valid versioning number.</p>
    <p>The default Azure DevOps build version number format takes this format:</p>
    <p>This results in a build number that looks like this:</p>
    <p>20180201.1 (for the first build on February 1 2018).</p>
    <p>This isn?t a valid .Net Version number, so we need to change it.</p>
    <p>First, let?s add two Variables to our build definition: <em>MajorVersion</em> and <em>MinorVersion</em>.</p>
    <p>You can set these to any valid integer value. These can be manually controlled over time as you determine the need to increment Major and Minor version numbers. Note you can make them whatever you like, keeping in mind the size restriction I mention below.</p>
    <p> </p>
    <p>Now let?s change the Build Numbering scheme to use these variables, a specific date format, and the revision:</p>
    <p> </p>
    <p>Which produces a build number that looks like this:</p>
    <p>2.0.18037.1 (for first build on February 6 2018 for Major Version 2, Minor Version 0).</p>
    <p>You can choose a format that works for you, with one proviso that each version segment must be less than 65,000, which sounds like a lot, until you consider that 20180201 (Feb 1, 2018) is, as an integer (20,180,201) larger than 65,000. Hence my decision to drop to using YY (if you?re reading this in the year 2065 I apologise for my shortsightedness).</p>
    <p>The result of these changes will mean that you?ll have a lovely version number automatically written into your solution at build time. An example from a .Net Framework solution is shown below.</p>
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    <p>When merging two branches, various types of Git conflict may appear. Here you can read how to solve the most common ones.</p>
    <p>If you are new to distributed version control systems, have a look at our introductionary guide to Git that will lead your through the basics step by step.</p>
    <h2>Edit collision</h2>
    <p>An edit collision happens when you and your colleague are working on the same file in the repository and you both make changes to the same part of the file and then try to merge your branches together.</p>
    <p>When git merge conflicts occur, Git writes a special block with the contents of both versions of the conflicted piece, which needs to be manually edited with a text editor, and then added back to the file and commited.</p>
    <p>When an edit collision appears, running git status will produce a message like this:</p>
    <p>This means that the file that both of you have modified is README.md. Upon opening the file in the text editor, you?ll both see the extra block added by Git:</p>
    <p>While the obvious answer is bacon , for some reason your co-worker has entered cabbage in the same spot. However, Git doesn?t know what the answer is and has marked the affectioned area with arrows, leaving your version on top and your colleague?s at the bottom.</p>
    <p>To solve this conflict, you need to delete the markers and leave the correct version:</p>
    <p>Now you can git add the file, make a commit and carry on with the merge.</p>
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    <p>This conflict appears when one person edits the file and another one deletes it in their branch. You can decide to either keep it with the changes or discard completely.</p>
    <p>Let?s say you?ve added a line to README.md in the branch buddy-1 , but your friend has deleted the file entirely from the branch buddy-2 . In this case, Git will produce a conflict message like this:</p>
    <h2>Keeping the edited file</h2>
    <p>If you want to keep the file, you need to add it back and commit it to the repo:</p>
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    <p>If you want to remove the file you can do that with the git rm command:</p>
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    <p>For the PnP Virtual Conference, I did a talk about how to start with UI testing. During the session, someone asked me why my preference is Cypress and not Selenium. As the session was only 30 minutes, it is hard to fit every bits and piece in it. That is the intention of this article to tell you why we are using Cypress.</p>
    <p>Selenium is one of the essential tools for UI testing and is around for a long time. I might even dare say that they set the standard, but that does not mean others; you cannot test out other tools.</p>
    <p>One of the benefits of newer tools is that they can take the lessons learned from what already was done and make it better or focus on a particular thing where the other tools fail. Another reason is that a new tool does not have to take all of its technical depts when releasing new versions, or make sure that tests keep working when upgrading.</p>
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    <p>Cypress comes with a quick and easy setup. In our team, we are already using Node.js, so all we had to do was run npm install cypress , and we are ready to start writing tests.</p>
    <p><strong>Is it that easy?</strong></p>
    <p>It really is that easy, and best of all; it works cross-platform without any issues.</p>
    <p>With Selenium, you have to install the relevant web drivers and tools before you can get started.</p>
    <h2>Testing experience</h2>
    <p>For me, one of the most significant advantages is the test runner, which you can use on your device. In my opinion, this test runner has two main advantages.</p>
    <p><ol>
    <li>Quickly run a test by picking and choosing.</li>
    </ol>
    <ul>
    <li>For developers, this is great when enhancing functionality in the application so that you can see if things keep working.</li>
    <li>It is easy for testers to validate if a certain functionality works without having to run any hard to remember commands.</li>
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    <li>The UI gives you a good overview of how tests run and give you snapshots to go back in time.</li>
    </ol>
    </p>
    <p>This UI makes a huge difference to any other tool. When running the tool on your automation pipelines, this does not matter. As there, you might just run all tests at the same time.</p>
    <h2>Automatic waiting for elements</h2>
    <p>When writing tests, a really neat function is that it automatically waits/retries to get the elements you need from the page. This functionality makes it great when working with async loaded components.</p>
    <h2>Automation</h2>
    <p>Automation is essential for every solution/product. With automation, you can gain so much time that you can use to focus on other solution/product-related processes.</p>
    <p>As Cypress runs on Node.js, it can run almost anywhere without issues. For instance, running on Azure DevOps is practically as easy as running it locally. To run Cypress, you do not need a special Azure DevOps agent. You can use one of the provided hosted build agents from Azure DevOps. No need to provide your own build agent/containers.</p>
    <h2>Debugging during tests</h2>
    <p>As Cypress is running in Electron, you can open its browser developer tools. The developer tools might come in handy for debugging tests or to validate what is happening on the page you are testing.</p>
    <p>For instance, when an element is not visible, you can check what might went wrong.</p>
    <h2>Extensibility</h2>
    <p>Cypress made it very easy to extend it to your needs. You can do this by creating plugins (which run on the Node.js side) or commands which run on the current test instance.</p>
    <p><strong>Why would you care?</strong></p>
    <p>With custom plugins or commands, you can, for instance, create your authentication methods. That way, they are reusable in all your tests. Write once; use everywhere.</p>
    <h2>What Selenium does better</h2>
    <p>Suppose you want to test all browsers, including Internet Explorer 11 (which finally has a set date to be end-of-life) and Safari. Selenium is the way to go forward.</p>
    <blockquote><p><strong>Info</strong>: With this article, I do not want to make you move over to Cypress. If you are currently using it and are happy with it? Continue using it as it is always better not to change a working system. If you are now looking to implement UI testing or experiencing some troubles with the current system. I would recommend giving Cypress a try.</p></blockquote>
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    <blockquote><p>?It is not the strongest of the species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the one most responsive to change? ? Charles Darwin</p></blockquote>
    <p>Software development is constantly changing. Teams need to be responsive to survive. DevOps was created to help organizations deal with constant change by responding quickly. This movement is designed to bring development and operations closer together so that they may collaborate and communicate more effectively.</p>
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    <p>By monitoring your software, you can be more responsive to problems that come up during development. The earlier you can find an issue the less it will cost to fix it. This is why it is vital to monitor the application while it is being developed. Software teams are expected to develop faster, test earlier (shift left), and release more often. They also need to maintain a high level of quality. With continuous integration in a DevOps pipeline, you can monitor the application to ensure that it functions and performs as designed. Frequent code changes mean problems can happen fast. Proactive monitoring is needed to stay on top of it and gain insight into the software.</p>
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    <p>The concept of shift-left testing is to test sooner, shorten test cycles and move towards prevention rather than detection. The focus is usually on the testing phases of software development but architecture can play a key role as well. If you minimize dependencies between different parts of the system and between teams, you minimize the time required to get changes into production. This is one of the key concepts behind microservices and leads to greater modularity in the software. A benefit of modularity is that multiple development teams can build and deploy packages or services in parallel. Modularity is derived from your software architecture. A clean, i.e., modular, architecture helps development teams accomplish more with less. For example, when a monolithic application has errors the entire application can crash; when a modular application has errors the impact is restricted to just the module, therefore it is easier to fix, test and deploy.</p>
    <p>For DevOps to be successful, you need to address the collaboration and communication between teams. Collaboration and communication are easiest when you have small agile teams working on problems independently. As stated by Conway?s Law, architecture is influenced by how the teams are formed. If you want to create these small agile teams, you will need to have an architecture that allows each team to work independently on a part of the code.</p>
    <h3>How to Monitor Architecture in DevOps Pipeline</h3>
    <p>Software architecture degrades over time. Degradation usually means the software becomes less modular; i.e., more dependencies between subsystems. This happens because it is hard to communicate and enforce the architectural intent of the software. One solution is to create design rules that specify the relationships between parts of the software. This formalizes the software architecture. A dependency structure matrix provides a powerful way to visually represent the software architecture and design rules.</p>
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    <p>This allows you to clearly communicate architectural intent. Checking the design rules as part of your DevOps pipeline allows you to enforce the architectural intent for each revision of the software.</p>
    <p>Select a tool that can communicate and enforce your software architecture in a DevOps pipeline. Lattix as a DevOps enabled solution can help you communicate and enforce your software architecture.</p>
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    <p>The report, a collaboration between Nicole Forsgren Velasquez, Gene Kim, Puppet Labs, and yours truly, surveyed over 9,200 people worldwide, covering a wide range of industries and types of organization. Our goal for the report was ambitious. We set out to measure IT performance, business performance, the impact of particular practices (such as continuous integration, test automation, and version control), and also culture, and then to discover to what extent they influenced each other. How, you might ask, do you measure these things like culture and organizational performance? Following Douglas Hubbard?s definition of measurement as ?A quantitatively expressed reduction of uncertainty based on one or more observations,? it turns out that you can measure anything if you put your mind to it. The report describes both our methodology and the way we measured these apparent intangibles.</p>
    <p>Indeed we not only measured these things: we have sound, statistically significant data that shows that culture and DevOps practices impact both IT performance <em>and</em> organizational performance. In direct contradiction to a popular narrative of the last ten years, <em>IT matters</em> ? indeed, the results show it is a<em>competitive advantage</em> ? and DevOps culture and practices are instrumental in achieving both high IT performance and organizational performance. Readers of this blog will be especially interested to learn that:</p>
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    <li>Trunk-based development, continuous integration, and automated testing measurably improve both IT performance and organizational performance.</li>
    <li>Having a high-trust culture has a strong impact on both IT performance and organizational performance.</li>
    <li>Using external change approval processes such as a change advisory board, as opposed to peer-based code review techniques, significantly impacts throughput while doing almost nothing to improve stability.</li>
    <li>Job satisfaction is the biggest predictor of organizational performance, and using DevOps practices are good predictors of job satisfaction.</li>
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    <p>I?m very excited by the report. We improved on last year?s method for measuring IT performance. We showed how you can measure culture and organizational performance. Most important, the analysis of our enormous data set demonstrates definitively that the strategies championed by the DevOps movement work, and that they provide a competitive advantage to your business.</p>
    <p>Many thanks to my collaborators, the fabulous team at PuppetLabs, and to all of you who took the survey.</p>
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