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    <h1>Azure devops lock branch</h1>
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    <h1>Protect your master Branch in VSTS</h1>
    <p>You can set up permissions and policies to control who can read and update code in a branch on your Git repo within VSTS. You can set permissions for individual users and groups, and inherit and override permissions as needed.</p>
    <p>Within regular projects you want to set up specific permissions and policies on your master branch. Only specific users should add code to your master branch. This is done by permissions and policies</p>
    <h2>Adjust security on your master branch</h2>
    <p>To remove access to a branch we can remove the permissions for the developers. In default situations your developers will reside in the default ?Contributors? group. First step is to remove the inheritance from the branch because branch security is set up with inheritance.</p>
    <p><ol>
    <li>Go to your project within VSTS</li>
    <li>Click on the settings icon and then Version Control</li>
    <li>Select the branch you want to stop the inheritance of.</li>
    <li>Click on inheritance and select ?off?.</li>
    </ol>
    </p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://msftplayground.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/inheritance-off_thumb.png" /></p>
    <p><ol>
    <li>With the inheritance off VSTS security groups can be removed from the branch.</li>
    </ol>
    </p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://msftplayground.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/remove-group_thumb.png" /></p>
    <h2>Branch Policy</h2>
    <p>If the permissions are setup correctly on the branch a policy needs to be configured in the branch in order for developers to be able to push code to the master branch, and that approval is configured on the so-called pull request.</p>
    <p><ol>
    <li>Go to your project within VSTS</li>
    <li>Click on the settings icon and then Version Control</li>
    <li>Select the branch</li>
    <li>Select ?Branch Policies?</li>
    </ol>
    </p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://msftplayground.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/branch-policies_thumb.png" /></p>
    <p><ol>
    <li>On the branch policy page setup the policy as you want, you should for example configure a required approver. I also love the feature of a linked work items that are required.</li>
    </ol>
    </p>
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    <h1>Azure devops yaml</h1>
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    <h1>Azure DevOps Pipelines: Reusable YAML</h1>
    <p>In this post, we are going to refactor our sample Azure DevOps Pipeline to move some of the redundant YAML to a new file and replace the redundant parts of our main YAML file. This post is going to build on the Azure DevOps project created in previous posts. If you are just joining this series check out the previous posts to find out how the project has progressed.</p>
    <p>Getting Started with Azure DevOps<br />Pipeline Creation in Azure DevOps<br />Azure DevOps Publish Artifacts for ASP.NET Core<br />Azure DevOps Pipelines: Multiple Jobs in YAML </p>
    <h3>Starting YAML</h3>
    <p>The following is the YAML for our current pipeline that builds two different web applications using two different jobs. Looking at the two jobs you will notice that they both have the same steps. The only difference in the steps is which project to build (WebApp1.csproj or WebApp2.csproj) and what to call the published artifact (WebApp1 or WebApp2). When developing applications we would never stand for this level of duplication and the same should apply to our pipelines.</p>
    <h3>Add a New File</h3>
    <p>To attack the duplication above we need to take the shared steps from above and move them somewhere they can be reused. We will be walking through the steps using the Azure DevOps web site and committing directly to the master branch, but these same steps could be performed locally or on the web on any branch. First, from the Repos section of the site we need to add a new file by clicking the three dots at the level we want the file added. In this case, we are adding to the root of the repo but the same option is available on any folder.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://i0.wp.com/elanderson.net/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/azureDevOpsReposRootAddFileSelected.png" /></p>
    <p>A dialog will show where you can enter the <strong>New file name</strong>, we are going to use build.yml in this case. Next, click <strong>Create</strong> to continue.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://i0.wp.com/elanderson.net/wp...evOpsReposRootAddFileDialogCreateSelected.png" /></p>
    <h3>Shared YAML</h3>
    <p>Now that we have a new file we can start building the new YAML that will handle the repeated steps from the original jobs. The first thing we are going to do is define a set of <strong>parameters</strong> that this set of steps can be called with. We are going to use this to pass what project to build, which build configuration to use, and what name the published artifact. The following is the definition of our parameters.</p>
    <p>We can then use these parameters in the rest of the file using the <strong>$<< parameterName >></strong> syntax. Note that any pipeline variables are also available using the <strong>$(variableName)</strong> syntax. The following bit of YAML shows both types in the arguments line.</p>
    <p>While you can use pipeline variables I recommend passing all the values you need via parameters for the same reason that we try to avoid global variables when doing general programming. I?m using both here to show the usage of each. The following is the full YAML in our new file.</p>
    <p>Finally, commit the changes to the new file.</p>
    <h3>Using Shared YAML</h3>
    <p>Not that we have the YAML that is the same between our two build jobs we can switch back over to our main YAML file, <strong>azure-pipelines.yml</strong> in the sample, and remove the steps we are wanting to replace. While the jobs will both have a steps section the only thing we will have left in them is a template call to our other YAML file, <strong>build.yml</strong> for the sample, that passes the parameters to run the other file with. The following is the resulting YAML file with the call to the shared file in both jobs highlighted.</p>
    <h3>Wrapping Up</h3>
    <p>Being able to remove duplication from your YAML files should help improve the maintainability of your pipelines. I know the samples don?t show it, but the template is just a step and you could have other steps before or after it just like you would with normal tasks.</p>
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    <h1>Implement Branching strategy in DevOps for Multi-Tenant application</h1>
    <p>I have asked this question on Stack Overflow and I got a suggestion of posting it here for better suitability. So here is my question :</p>
    <p>I am new to DevOps, and i have a solution with Umbraco as CMS, Mobile App as front-end for the content added in CMS and .Net MVC web API to connect CMS with the Mobile App. I also have WebJobs and Microsoft flow for some scheduling tasks.</p>
    <p>I need to implement DevOps for my Multi Tenant Application, here is my scenario:</p>
    <p>The solution will have one master application which will just serve as master list of features for admin to enable features while creating new community. Multiple communities having separate databases, each community has multiple features (Feature1, Feature2). There should be a way for developers to forward integrate and backward integrate the features.</p>
    <p>After adding the feature to any community, It can have its own customizations in particular feature. In some scenarios developers also need to add these changes to the master or the sibling communities. I also have added the Image for better understanding.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://i.stack.imgur.com/yEYew.jpg" /></p>
    <p>I need help in creating the Branching Strategy for my solution that fulfils all above requirements and minimize the chances of conflicts while merging the branches all across. I have below options in my mind.</p>
    <p><ol>
    <li>Should I consider each Feature as separate branch? If yes, how about managing the community specific changes done in any single community?</li>
    <li>Should I consider each community as separate branch? If yes, how do I separate out the feature code to be merged with the community branch?</li>
    <li>Should I consider shared code among all the communities? If yes, what about the community specific changes?</li>
    </ol>
    </p>
    <p>Everything is going to be on the fly once deployed (in code base using Visual Studio 2017). Which strategy I should go for? Or there is any better approach than these? How can i manage to resolve the merge conflicts if generated after the deployment? Also, in DevOps Should i go for Git or TFS?</p>
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    <h1> Mitul Suthar's Coding Blog </h1>
    <h2>Tuesday, January 15, 2019</h2>
    <h3>PowerApps From A DevOps Perspective</h3>
    <p>In this post, I would like to talk about PowerApps from a DevOps perspective. When we think about DevOps we think about Source Control, Continuous Integration, Automation, Configuration Management etc. Let?s take a look into it.</p>
    <p><strong>No Source Control for PowerApps</strong> </p>
    <p>When you are developing with PowerApps, there is no way to do Source Control. There are no source files. The only artifact you can version control is the .zip file that you can export. The application that you create/edit in the browser is continuously updated and whenever you feel like it is ready for publishing then you make that version of the application available to users in your organization. Lack of version control causes problems when you cannot track down which version of the application caused a particular bug. The only way to guarantee no bugs is by doing a thorough testing of the application.</p>
    <p><strong>Multiple Environments Beware</strong></p>
    <p>Creating a separate Dev, Test, UAT and Production environment is quite common for DevOps practices. In PowerApps, you can create separate environments in PowerApps but it comes with its own problems. For instance, in order to create and administer environments you need Plan 2 License in PowerApps. This is not a big deal since you can manage with one license. If you are creating application that uses On-Premises Data Gateway then only applications from the Default Environment can connect to the Gateway. Yeah! if you thought that was a bummer. Then you are right. Well all hope is not lost, if you really need it then you have to create a support ticket with Microsoft. Another limitation with multiple environments is that you cannot create as many environments as you like. Because you can only create two production environments. Another bummer. If you wanted Test, UAT and Production environment then you are toast. You will have to request another user license and then you would be able to create it. In PowerApps, having multiple environments creates more issues in my opinion from a DevOps perspective. It is not as seamless as one would come to expect from a traditional DevOps practice. If you are creating Model Driven apps only then it makes sense to create multiple environments. If you are creating only Canvas Driven apps then just create different apps with ? DEV, TEST, UAT and PROD suffixes. Having multiple apps for different purposes creates it own issues as detailed below.</p>
    <p><strong>CI/CD Pipeline</strong></p>
    <p>In PowerApps, you don?t have to build your code. Any change you make to the application is live for you to test it. In that way it is very productive. To publish the application you just click on the publish button and it is live. But what if you screw an update, then you have an option of going back to a previous version of the application. The workflow of getting the application to end-users all the way to production is not seamless. Since we create different app for DEV,TEST,UAT we had to export and import every time we had to propagate a change to these apps. For one of the applications we built it was quite a lot of work every time we exported and imported into another application-dev/test/prod. For instance, we had to ensure that all the connections were pointing to environment specific connection strings, data going in accurately, perform manual checks, create a new flow every time.</p>
    <p><strong>Configuration Management</strong> </p>
    <p>Well there is none. You cannot manage configuration of your PowerApps application in one place. For example, you can put app settings inside web.config file in a typical asp.net web application. In asp.net when you change environments then you can just update web.config. If you want to persist your app settings then it is better to put them inside a SQL table if you are utilizing On-Premises databases. In other words, store your app settings into an external persistent store.</p>
    <p><strong>Collaboration</strong></p>
    <p>It is very common to collaborate with brilliant team mates on different projects. If you are using any modern source control system then you can easily collaborate with Team members and work on features simultaneously. In PowerApps, only one developer can work on the application at given point of time. Good luck building your next ERP front end! One of the selling points of PowerApps is that it is very good for building quick small single purpose application that a single developer can churn out in days. But not good when you want to build a large application.</p>
    <p>Since we are on the topic of collaboration let me add it here. If you developing application for an enterprise and think people are going to use it, then please don?t use your own personal account to develop the application. Because the user who creates the application becomes the owner of the application and guess what, you cannot change the owner of the application later on. If you are an ops guy then you want to have that ownership of the application. Please utilize a service account to develop PowerApps application.</p>
    <p>That?s all I have for today and if you would like to share anything regarding PowerApps please let me know in the comment below.</p>
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    <p>Helping you manage your Office 365 network the right way with Best Practices & Azure Rights Management</p>
    <h2>Azure Rights Management</h2>
    <p>With the cloud, equipping employees to work smarter and collaborate from a distance has become easier than ever. But as more users share documents from cloud-based apps and devices outside of the workplace, the potential for threats has sharply risen. Traditional security controls simply don?t apply.</p>
    <p>So how can you empower employees to be more productive while protecting corporate assets in the cloud?</p>
    <p>Microsoft Azure Rights Management (Azure RMS) allows you to set complex policy restrictions and permissions and manage company data across Office 365 workloads like Exchange, SharePoint and Office.</p>
    <p>Through encryption, identity and authorization policies, you safely assign rights and permissions to people who need important company data while preventing unauthorized access. Some Azure RMS capabilities include Do Not Forward, Company Confidential and Office 365 Message Encryption.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://agileit.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/rms-demo.png" /></p>
    <h2>Leveraging Azure RMS, you?ll empower your team to</h2>
    <h2>Secure Corporate Data Online & Offline</h2>
    <p>By applying different Information Rights Management options to your emails, documents, and apps, you protect your files whether they?re viewed using Microsoft Office Online or downloaded to a local machine. You can also securely share files in email or cloud storage services such as OneDrive or Dropbox.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://agileit.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/key.png" /></p>
    <h2>Safely Share Data With Anyone</h2>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://agileit.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/safely-share.png" /></p>
    <p>Azure RMS makes it easy to share protected files within or outside your organization. Authorized users and services can read and inspect Azure RMS-protected data, which isn?t always the case with peer-to-peer encryption solutions that risk losing access.</p>
    <h2>Integrate Seamlessly With Devices & Apps</h2>
    <p>Azure RMS works across multiple devices ? phones, tablets, and PCs ? and supports Android, iOS and Windows. It?s also deeply integrated with Microsoft Office applications and services and supports other applications via the RMS sharing application. With flexible deployment options, you don?t have to choose between on-premises services and the cloud.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://agileit.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/security.png" /></p>
    <h2>Easily Scale Up or Down</h2>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://agileit.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/azure-screenshot.png" /></p>
    <p>Azure RMS runs as a cloud service, so you don?t have to provision or deploy additional on-premises servers when scaling up.</p>
    <h2>Customize Your Policies or Use Existing Templates</h2>
    <p>Users can quickly apply predefined rights management rules to files with a single click. Or administrators can create their own custom templates that meet their business and compliance requirements.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://agileit.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/person-gear.png" /></p>
    <h2>Office 365 Message Encryption</h2>
    <p>Azure RMS is a prerequisite for Office 365 Message Encryption ? which allows users to send and receive encrypted email straight from their desktops. Deliver sensitive business messages with confidence through Office 365 message encryption.</p>
    <p>The transparent encryption process enables your organization to:</p>
    <p><ul>
    <li><strong>Safely share files in email or Microsoft OneDrive</strong> and across various email services.</li>
    <li><strong>Integrate with Exchange transport rules</strong>, allowing you to set up encryption and decryption in a single action, while adhering to corporate policy rules.</li>
    <li><strong>Easily protect conversations</strong> by encrypting entire email threads without the need for certificates or service subscription for recipients.</li>
    <li><strong>Brand your conversations</strong> by adding a custom logo or disclaimer to all emails.</li>
    <li><strong>Read and respond to encrypted messages with ease</strong> through the simple Office 365 interface.</li>
    </ul>
    </p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://agileit.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/67e3581cda33249c1fb6dd143fbe1566.png" /></p>
    <h2>One solution - two ways to implement</h2>
    <p>Azure Rights Management delivers the same protection for Office 365 users as Active Directory Rights Management Services does for on-premises users.</p>
    <p>You can add Azure RMS to your existing Office 365 subscription or as part of the comprehensive Microsoft Enterprise Mobility Suite.</p>
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    <p>Which version of VS are you using?</p>
    <p>VS2010 ultimate RTM contains Team explorer as part of its Installation.</p>
    <p>If you have above version, then VS2010 --> other tools should be fine.</p>
    <p>Please remember to mark the replies as answers if they help.</p>
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    <p>ohk gr8 help from you.</p>
    <p>wl go with vs 2010 on one machine and vs 2008 on one machine.</p>
    <p>for vs 2008-->VS SP -->have to install TE separately after Service pack.</p>
    <p>ohk. for vs 2010.now no problem. what abt SP for VS 2010?</p>
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    <p>There is no Service Pack(SP) is currently available for VS2010.</p>
    <p>Please remember to mark the replies as answers if they help.</p>
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    <p>You should not install TFS2008 and TFS2010 on one machine as there are some compatible issues.</p>
    <p>In addtion, Team Foundation Server - Setup Forum would be a better place for this kind of issue. If you have got any issues about the setup, you can post there.</p>
    <p>Please remember to mark the replies as answers if they help and unmark them if they provide no help. <br />Send us any feedback you have about the help from MSFT at fbmsdn@microsoft.com.</p>
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    <p>I am not talking about TFS 2008 or TFS 2010 installtion on one machine.It was reagrding VS 2008/VS2010 Client installtion.</p>
    <p>I have installed VS2008,VS 2008 SP1,TE 2008,Power tools 2008..and on same machine I have installed VS2010.Shall I even install Power tools 2010 here?</p>
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    <p>You can install the any VS client versions side-by-side without any issues.</p>
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    <p>Yeah Thanks for ur reply.</p>
    <p>I have another query which i have already posted separately but no one replied to it.</p>
    <p>my query is as below:</p>
    <p>Do i need to install Power tools,TFS Sidekicks,TFS Web access,TFS Admin tool on both machines(on TFS APP tier and Client).</p>
    <p>I guess TFS Web access,TFS Admin tool have to install on both?Any idea?</p>
    <p>Thanks in advance.</p>
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    <p>When ever you install the team client in the machine, Team web access and team administration tool is default facility when installed the team client in the machine.</p>
    <p>Here Team web access only access if you have TFS cal in the company. or If you do not has the CAL, you can only manage the work items only using WIWA.</p>
    <p>If you are using team explorer for normal usage like source control, manging work items, reporting no need of installing power tools. If you want to customize the work items or customize the project templates or editing the project folder or exploring the source folders in windows explorer you need the power tools installation.</p>
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    <p>?Joining Cognizant enables us to expand and scale our offerings globally, build on our tremendous success, and provide an even richer portfolio of cloud strategy and engineering capabilities,? said Matt Farmer, Co-Founder and CEO of Contino. ?We are thrilled to be joining an organisation that shares our rich expertise in cloud technologies, DevOps, digital engineering, and data analytics. Our focus has always been on supporting the enterprise and their transformation using the ?Squad Model.? With this approach, we support our enterprise clients at every step, from engineering through to communicating the benefits of their journey, all for ultimate success.?</p>
    <p>?We look forward to welcoming Contino?s talented team to Cognizant,? said Brian Humphries, CEO of Cognizant. ?The DevOps approach to cloud migration, core modernisation and cloud security is reshaping how enterprises in all industries are building their infrastructures. This new set of holistic cloud capabilities from Contino will enable us to offer and more readily deploy transformative cloud-based solutions.?</p>
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    <p>?Continuous? is one word that you would often hear again and again in any discussion around DevOps. Almost everything in DevOps is continuous: be it continuous integration, continuous deployment, continuous delivery, continuous testing and so on. Let?s take a closer look at the idea of continuity and why is it so central to the DevOps practice.</p>
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    <p><strong>Continuous Delivery vs. Continuous Deployment</strong> <br />What could be more confusing than having two different practices that are called CD: Continuous Delivery and Continuous Deployment? What is the difference between CD and CD? Have a look at the following diagram:</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://acn-marketing-blog.accentur...tinuous-Delivery-Vs-Continuous-Deployment.png" /></p>
    <p>As you can see, the main practices are the same and the difference is mainly in where to apply automation. In Continuous Delivery, you aim to have the full software delivery life cycle automated up until the last environment before production, so that you are ready at any time to deploy automatically to production. In Continuous Deployment, you go one step further; you actually automatically deploy to production. The difference is really just whether there is an automatic trigger or a manual trigger. Of course, this kind of practice requires really good tooling across the whole delivery supply chain: not just everything that was already mentioned under Continuous Integration, but you will also need to have more sophisticated test tooling that allows you to test all the different aspects of the system (performance, operational readiness, etc.). And to be honest, I think there will often be cases where you require some human inspection for usability or other non-automatable aspects, but the goal is to minimize this as much as possible.</p>
    <p><strong>Continuous Testing</strong> <br />Last, but not the least, is Continuous Testing. To me, this means that during the delivery of a system, you keep running test batteries. You don?t wait until later phases of delivery to execute testing but rather you keep running tests on the latest software build and hence you have real-time status of the quality of your software. And if you use Test-Driven-Development, you have real-time status of progress. This is not very different from the others mentioned above but I like the term because it reflects the diffusion of testing from a distinct phase to an ongoing, continuous activity.</p>
    <p>I hope this post was helpful for those of you who were a bit confused with the terms. Reach out to me with your thoughts.</p>
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    <h2>Continuous Monitoring ? Introduction</h2>
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    <p>Monitoring is not new, but continuous monitoring goes one step further. This article is about what may be expected from monitoring continuously.</p>
    <h2>Continuous Monitoring ? Definitions</h2>
    <h3>Key Performance Indicator (KPI)</h3>
    <p>The KPI is defined to measure a Critical Success Factor (CSF). A CSF is a counter measure for a risk that a target is not achieved.</p>
    <h2>Continuous Monitoring ? Concepts</h2>
    <p>Continuous Monitoring is an essential part of DevOps, which not only monitors software (resources) but also developers (people) and development processes (methods). The resources are measured continuously in all environments to find errors as early as possible. The people are measured in terms of competence development (knowledge, skills and attitude) and the method includes measuring velocity (processing capacity) and efficiency.</p>
    <h2>Continuous Monitoring ? Best Practices for DevOps release</h2>
    <p>This article starts with the best practices of continuous monitoring and continues to describe what continuous monitoring is about.</p>
    <h3>Monitoring Best practices</h3>
    <ul>
    <li>Start as soon as possible with monitors in the DTAP street, not just in production.</li>
    <li>Establish defects as soon as possible based on the monitor device that is also used in production.</li>
    <li>Monitor not only the software but also the DevOps team.</li>
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    <h3>Monitoring KPI?s per phase</h3>
    <p>Monitoring of the DevOps phases might consist of:</p>
    <p><ul>
    <li>Development process</li>
    <li>Velocity <ul>
    <li>TTM</li>
    <li>Escaped defects</li>
    <li>Competences</li>
    </ul>
    </li>
    <li>Continuous Integration <ul>
    <li>Number and percentage of manual tasks</li>
    <li>Drop in the delivery pipeline</li>
    </ul>
    </li>
    <li>Continuous Testing <ul>
    <li>Number of (recurring) defects</li>
    <li>Coverage</li>
    <li>Percentage of manual tests</li>
    <li>Defects per stadium in de delivery pipeline</li>
    <li>UT, ST, SIT, preFAT, preUAT, prePAT, Fat, UAT PAT, PST in the D-T-A-P</li>
    </ul>
    </li>
    <li>Continuous Delivery</li>
    </ul>
    </p>
    <h3>Montoring Means</h3>
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    <li>Monitoring based on tollgates: <ul>
    <li>DOR</li>
    <li>DOD</li>
    <li>Promotion</li>
    <li>Radiator</li>
    </ul>
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    <li>Monitoring based on SLA-norms <ul>
    <li>Non functional requirements monitoring in the OTAP</li>
    <li>Reporting on lead times</li>
    </ul>
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    <li>Monitoring based on Admin tools <ul>
    <li>Number of defects</li>
    <li>Number of user stories</li>
    </ul>
    </li>
    <li>Monitoring based on automation <ul>
    <li>Regression test tools (defects)</li>
    <li>?energyindicators ? a-la Tiobe (deviations standards ? rules ? guidelines)</li>
    </ul>
    </li>
    <li>Monitoring based on meaurements <ul>
    <li>Performance monitoring</li>
    <li>Capacity usage monitoring</li>
    <li>Availability monitoring</li>
    </ul>
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    <h3>Monitor tools</h3>
    <p>There is a large set of monitor tools in the market that can be used for Continuous Monitoring.</p>
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    <p>I am very proud to announce that the first edition of the DevOps Best Practices book is released! It was a nice challenge to write 30 DevOps articles in 30 days!! All articles are now combined in my new book, including some appendices.</p>
    <p>You can order the book from my publisher Leonon at the following link: http://www.leonon.nl/book/9789492618078-devops-best-practices.html</p>
    <p>Short description: <br />In recent years, many organisations have experienced the benefits of using Agile approaches such as Scrum and Kanban. The software is delivered faster whilst quality increases and costs decrease. The fact that many organisations that applied the Agile approach did not take into account the traditional service management techniques, in terms of information management, application management and infrastructure management, is a major disadvantage. <br />The solutions to this problem has been found in the Dev (Development) Ops (Operations) approach. Both worlds are merged into one team, thus sharing the knowledge and skills.</p>
    <p>This book is about sharing knowledge on how DevOps teams work together. For each aspect of the DevOps process best practices are given in 30 separate articles. The covered aspects are: Plan, Code, Build, Test, Release, Deploy, Operate and Monitor. Each article starts with the definition of the specifically used terms and one or more concepts. The body of each article is kept simple, short and easy to read.</p>
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    <h1>How to best use Azure DevOps release pipelines with microservices?</h1>
    <p>Today, Robin Kilpatrick (@rakilpatrick) asked The League (#LoECDA) a question on twitter. What is the best way to use Azure Pipelines with microservices? He even posted the question on stack overflow.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://abelsquidhead.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/clip_image0017_thumb.png" /></p>
    <p>This is a great question. Microservices makes it super easy to build and release only the part of your application that changed vs the entire application. But you pay a tax with integrating all the microservices together.</p>
    <p>How do you make sure all your services work together well? How do you make sure a change to one of your services doesn?t break another service? It makes perfect sense that you need integration tests that make sure all your services play together nicely.</p>
    <p>So what?s the best way to Use Azure DevOps (Azure Pipelines specifically) to build and deploy microservices?</p>
    <p>After discussing this with Donovan (@DonovanBrown) and Damian (@damovisa), here are our thoughts.</p>
    <p><ol>
    <li>Having a repo per micro service/releaseable unit/web front end makes sense.</li>
    <li>Each repo/micro service/releaseable unit/web front end has a CI build that compiles, runs extensive unit tests and creates your build artifacts. If any of those unit tests fail, the build fails.</li>
    <li>You can have a release pipeline for each CI Build as these pipelines can be used to deploy just an individual micro service if you want.</li>
    <li>For this scenario, you can then have a release pipeline that uses the build artifacts from each CI build. It will use the latest successful CI Build for all the repos. This release pipeline will have 2 (or more if you need them) stages. A nightly/testing stage and a production stage. The nightly/testing stage grabs all the latest successful artifacts and deploys all the services. At the end of the deployment, runs your integration tests. And if those passes, it goes to the next stage (prod) where you have a manual approver who will approve the release to production. <ol>
    <li>So here?s where things get interesting. If you wanted to follow the same type of workflow as Rob is currently using, you can have this all-encompassing release be triggered on a schedule. In his workflow, it looks like this trigger is scheduled once a night.</li>
    <li>That does limit your release to at most 1 per 24 hours (or as many times as you schedule your trigger and yes, you can trigger more manually too). This seems a bit restrictive. Now, my pipeline has a bottleneck based on my scheduled trigger. If you wanted to, you can have the release be triggered on changes to the build artifacts! So anytime there is a successful build for any of the CI Builds for each individual repo, this will trigger the release pipeline. Which will deploy to nightly/testing, run integration tests, and if everything looks good, gets passed to the production stage.</li>
    </ol>
    </li>
    </ol>
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    <p>Some more thoughts?</p>
    <p><ul>
    The need for super intense integration tests really arises from trying to make sure changes to one service don?t adversely affect other services. Integration tests are pretty brittle and take a long time to run. So to mitigate this, you can create really good unit tests and give each service the ability to query for versions and adjust based on versioning.</p></ul>
    <p>Now, the need for integration tests to shake out all of your integration bugs become less important (still important, just not as vital). This does mean you have to pay a code tax where your unit tests better be good and your services have the ability to query for versions and route code based off of versioning. However, the benefit is a much faster and smoother pipeline.</p>
    <p>
    Notice we are still deploying EVERYTHING all at once. Granted, if nothing has changed, we are deploying the exact same bits so ?nothing changes?. Is there a better way of doing things? Can we just deploy the services that changed?</p>
    <p>Assuming our unit tests and services are written well, the answer becomes yes. Changing a specific service kicks off a CI build that runs our extensive set of unit tests, which sends it through a pipeline that deploys our service in a test environment. Integration tests are run against the system. And if everything looks good, it gets promoted to production which just deploys the service that changed.</p>
    <p>The only caveat is you need to make sure your tests, services and pipelines can ensure the quality is good enough for the entire application. Which means your microservices have to be written a certain way and your unit tests and integration tests need to be written well. Often times, this isn?t the case, specially when dealing with legacy apps moving toward a micro service architecture. Which means not all apps are quite ready to go all in like this.
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    <h1>Azure Devops Release Pipeline XML Variable Substitution not working</h1>
    <p>I have a very simple variable substitution in my release pipeline, but it's not working. I have the variable in the connectionStrings.config file as such:</p>
    <p>I then have the variable defined in the release pipeline:</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://i.stack.imgur.com/DjlPe.png" /></p>
    <p>I also have the XML Variable Substitution enabled in the Deploy Task:</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://i.stack.imgur.com/86eWV.png" /></p>
    <p>But I run the release, and the variable doesn't get substituted. I get this message in the logs:</p>
    <p>This should be pretty simple, so not sure what setting I am missing. Help!</p>
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    <p>You should define your variable name as ExpenseDBConnectionString in the release pipeline. Below is the description of the setting XML variable substitution . The variables are matched against the key or name entries</p>
    <blockquote><p>Variables defined in the build or release pipeline will be matched against the 'key' or 'name' entries in the appSettings, applicationSettings, and connectionStrings sections of any config file and parameters.xml. Variable Substitution is run after config transforms.</p> </blockquote>
    <p>So the variable defined should be like below:</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://i.stack.imgur.com/eRgyo.png" /></p>
    <p>Below screenshot is the result from my test release, you can see the connectionString was replaced.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://i.stack.imgur.com/15W1K.png" /></p>
    <p>For more information about XML variable substitution, please check it out here.</p>
    <p>There are also some third party substitution tools(ie. Magic Chunks) that you can use to replace your config settings. Please check out the example for this thread.</p>
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    <h3>Naidul </strong> commented May 14, 2019 </h3>
    <p>I am trying to queue a build in azure devops (VSTS) using Service Hooks.</p>
    <p>But I need to trigger a build in VSTS using Service hooks <br />Please guide me</p>
    <h3>joshmgross </strong> commented May 14, 2019 </h3>
    <h3>Naidul </strong> commented May 15, 2019 </h3>
    <p>Hi Josh Gross <br />Thanks for your response,</p>
    <p>I tried these approach but its not working for me . <br />Please find the below attachment what I followed <br />VSTSBuildThroughServiceHooks.docx</p>
    <p>Please suggest me</p>
    <p>Kind Regards, <br />Naidu</p>
    <h3>joshmgross </strong> commented May 15, 2019 </h3>
    <p>@Naidul What is your use case? I'm not sure if Service Hooks is the correct method</p>
    <h3>Naidul </strong> commented May 22, 2019 </h3>
    <p>Sorry for the delay.</p>
    <p>My use case is when ever a work item state updated(Active --> Resolved/Active __> Closed/) then build needs to trigger automatically based on this work item state update event..</p>
    <p>Could you please help on this</p>
    <h3>joshmgross </strong> commented May 29, 2019 </h3>
    <p>@Naidul <br />Service Hooks are mostly used for external services, but it might work in this scenario with a WebHook (https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/devops/service-hooks/services/webhooks?view=azure-devops)</p>
    <p>I see in your attached doc that the URL is incorrect, you'll want to fill in the fields for <organization>and <project>with the name of your Azure DevOps org and project</p>
    <p>You'll also need to somehow specify the definition to queue the build, this goes in the request body but that won't be in the Service Hook event. See https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/re...e?view=azure-devops-rest-5.0#request-body</p>
    <p>You could also try setting up a server or function to receive these events and then queue a build from them. That way you'll be able to specify all the necessary information to queue the build.</p>
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    <p>thank you. I am already using Azure DevOps. Have many team projects within an organisation.I am looking for a way to integrate aZure DevOps withMicrosoft Project so that project schedulig, management of resources can be done.</p>
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    <p>Yes, you can integrate the following Microsoft Office tools with Azure DevOps-</p>
    <p>Project: By using Project, you can plan projects, schedule tasks, assign resources, and track changes. You have access to additional features, such as a project calendar, Gantt charts, and resource views (https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/devops/b. ).</p>
    <p>Project Professional: With Project Professional, project managers and software development teams can use the tools that they prefer, work at the level of precision that supports their needs, and easily share information (https://www.projectmanager.com/pm/microsoft-pro. ).</p>
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    <h1>Azure pipelines cache</h1>
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    <h1>Azure Pipelines</h1>
    <p>Continuously build, test, and deploy to any platform and cloud</p>
    <h2>Get cloud-hosted pipelines for Linux, macOS, and Windows. Build web, desktop and mobile applications. Deploy to any cloud or on?premises.</h2>
    <p>Automate your builds and deployments with Pipelines so you spend less time with the nuts and bolts and more time being creative.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://azurecomcdn.azureedge.net/c...page/services/devops/pipelines/screenshot.jpg" /></p>
    <h2>Any language, any platform</h2>
    <p>Build, test, and deploy Node.js, Python, Java, PHP, Ruby, C/C++, .NET, Android, and iOS apps. Run in parallel on Linux, macOS, and Windows.</p>
    <h2>Containers and Kubernetes</h2>
    <p>Easily build and push images to container registries like Docker Hub and Azure Container Registry. Deploy containers to individual hosts or Kubernetes.</p>
    <h2>Extensible</h2>
    <p>Explore and implement a wide range of community-built build, test, and deployment tasks, along with hundreds of extensions from Slack to SonarCloud.</p>
    <h2>Deploy to any cloud</h2>
    <p>Implement continuous delivery (CD) of your software to any cloud, including Azure, AWS, and GCP. Visualize deployment to any number of interdependent stages.</p>
    <h2>Free for open source</h2>
    <p>Ensure fast continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD) pipelines for every open source project. Get 10 free parallel jobs with unlimited build minutes for all open source projects.</p>
    <h2>Advanced workflows and features</h2>
    <p>Take advantage of easy build chaining and multi-phased builds. Support for YAML, test integration, release gates, reporting?and more.</p>
    <h2>GitHub user? You?re covered.</h2>
    <p>Build, test, and deploy everything you create on GitHub. Get fast, reliable builds on all platforms through deep integration with GitHub pull requests, checks, and statuses.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://azurecomcdn.azureedge.net/c...ices/devops/pipelines/github-integrations.png" /></p>
    <h3>Build and deploy faster with Pipelines</h3>
    <h3>Linux, macOS, and Windows agents?hosted by Microsoft</h3>
    <p>Simplify managing hardware and VMs by using Microsoft cloud-hosted agents. Get full CI/CD pipeline support for every major platform and tool.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://azurecomcdn.azureedge.net/c...ges/page/services/devops/pipelines/agents.jpg" /></p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://azurecomcdn.azureedge.net/c.../page/services/devops/pipelines/workflows.jpg" /></p>
    <h3>Powerful workflows with native container support</h3>
    <p>Get lightning fast builds with parallel jobs and test execution. Use container jobs to create consistent and reliable builds with the exact tools you need. Create new containers with ease and push them to any registry.</p>
    <h3>Flexible deployments to Kubernetes, serverless, or VMs</h3>
    <p>Deploy to Kubernetes, VMs, Azure Functions, Azure Web Apps, or any cloud. Use stages, gates, and approvals to create a deployment strategy that?s right for you and ensures quality at every step. Even deploy from other CI systems, like Jenkins.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://azurecomcdn.azureedge.net/c...age/services/devops/pipelines/deployments.jpg" /></p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://azurecomcdn.azureedge.net/c...2666f31f/images/shared/customers/pandas_m.png" /></p>
    <blockquote><p>Pandas is a community-maintained project, and Azure Pipelines lets me be more efficient at reviewing pull requests and contributions. It automatically tests the pandas code on Windows, Linux and Mac, and I can see results in one place. If the tests fail for a pull request, I can just tell the contributor to "ping me on green".</blockquote></p>
    <p>Jeff Reback, maintainer of the Pandas project</p> </blockquote>
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    <h1>Change your Azure subscription to a different offer</h1>
    <p>As a customer with an individual subscription with pay-as-you-go rates, you can switch your Azure subscription to another offer in the Account Center. For example, you can use this feature to take advantage of the monthly credits for Visual Studio subscribers.</p>
    <p><strong>Just want to upgrade from Free Trial?</strong> See upgrade your subscription.</p>
    <h2>What's supported:</h2>
    <p>You can switch from an individual subscription with pay-as-you-go rates to:</p>
    <p>For other offer changes, contact support.</p>
    <h2>Switch subscription offer</h2>
    <p>Select your individual subscription with pay-as-you-go rates.</p>
    <p>Click <strong>Switch to another offer</strong>. The option is only available if you have an individual subscription with pay-as-you-go rates and have completed your first billing period.</p>
    <p> </p>
    <p><strong>Select the offer you want</strong> from the list of offers your subscription can be switched to. This list varies based on the memberships that your account is associated with. If nothing is available, check the list of available offers you can switch to and make sure you have the right memberships.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/az...nage/media/switch-azure-offer/selectoffer.png" /></p>
    <p>Depending on the offer youРІ??re switching to, you may see a note about the impact of switching. Go through the list carefully and follow the instructions before you continue.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/az...age/media/switch-azure-offer/thingstonote.png" /></p>
    <p>You can rename your subscription. By default, it isn't set to the new offer name. Click <strong>Switch Offer</strong> to complete the process.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/az...nage/media/switch-azure-offer/confirmpage.png" /></p>
    <p>Success! Your subscription is now switched to the new offer.</p>
    <h2>Frequently asked questions</h2>
    <p>The following sections answer commonly asked questions.</p>
    <h3>What is an Azure offer?</h3>
    <p>An Azure offer is the <em>type</em> of the Azure subscription you have. For example, an subscription with pay-as-you-go rates, Azure in Open, and Visual Studio Enterprise are all Azure offers. Each offer has different terms and some have special benefits. The offer of your subscription can be found in the Account Center subscription page. Click the offer name to get more details.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/az...nage/media/switch-azure-offer/offerlink01.png" /></p>
    <h3>Why don't I see the button?</h3>
    <p>You might not see the <strong>Switch to another offer</strong> option if:</p>
    <p><ul>
    <li>You don't have a subscription with pay-as-you-go rates. Currently only subscriptions with pay-as-you-go rates can be converted to another offer. <ul>
    <li>If you have a Free Trial, learn how to upgrade to Pay-As-You-Go.</li>
    <li>To switch offer from a different subscription, contact support.</li>
    </ul>
    </li>
    <li>You're still in your first billing period; you must wait for your first billing period to end before you can switch offers.</li>
    </ul>
    </p>
    <h3>Why do I see "There are no offers available in your region or country at this time"?</h3>
    <ul>
    <li>You might not be eligible for any offer switches. Check the list of available offers you can switch to and make sure that you've activated the right benefits with Visual Studio or Bizspark.</li>
    <li>Some offers may not be available in all countries/regions.</li>
    </ul>
    <h3>What does switching Azure offers do to my service and billing?</h3>
    <p>Here are the details of what happens when you switch Azure offers in the Account Center.</p>
    <h4>No service downtime</h4>
    <p>There is no service downtime for any users associated with the subscription. However, the offer you switch to may have restrictions. For instance, some offers prohibit production use, so you would need to move production resources to another subscription.</p>
    <h4>Quota increases are reset</h4>
    <p>When you switch offers, any limit or quota increases above the default limit are reset. There's no service downtime, even if you have more resources beyond the default limit. For example, you're using 200 cores on your subscription, then switching offers resets your cores quota back to the default of 20 cores. The VMs that use the 200 cores are unaffected and would continue to run. If you don't make another quota increase request, however, you can't provision any more cores.</p>
    <h4>Billing</h4>
    <p>On the day you switch, an invoice is generated for all outstanding charges. Then, your subscription is billed per the new offerРІ??s pricing terms. Your subscription billing anniversary changes to the date on which you changed offers. Usage and billing data before the offer change isn't kept, so we recommend that you download a copy before switching.</p>
    <h3>Can I migrate from a subscription with pay-as-you-go rates to Cloud Solution Provider (CSP) or Enterprise Agreement (EA)?</h3>
    <ul>
    <li>To migrate to CSP, see Transfer Azure subscriptions between subscribers and CSPs.</li>
    <li>To migrate to EA, have your Enrollment Admin add your account into the EA. Follow instructions in the invitation email to have your subscriptions moved under EA enrollment. To learn more, see Associate an Existing Account in the EA portal.</li>
    </ul>
    <h3>Can I migrate data and services to a new subscription?</h3>
    <ul>
    <li>You can migrate the resources directly to the new subscription, see Move resources to new resource group or subscription.</li>
    <li>To transfer ownership of an Azure subscription and everything in it to someone else, see Transferring ownership of an Azure subscription</li>
    </ul>
    <h2>Need help? Contact us.</h2>
    <p>If you have questions or need help, create a support request.</p>
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    <h1>Azure continuous integration</h1>
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    <h1>Windows Azure and Continuous Integration</h1>
    <p>We would like to set up <strong>continuous integration (CI)</strong> environment for developing an Azure web application. It would be great if:</p>
    <p><ul>
    <li>We could use any popular CI server (Atlassian Bamboo, for example).</li>
    <li>Deployment to the test environment (exactly the same as production) is performed automatically on each build.</li>
    <li>Deployment to the production environment is performed automatically and triggered manually by selecting some stable build.</li>
    </ul>
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    <p>What are the best practices for implementing such scenarios?</p>
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    <p>Your deployment process, first and foremost, needs to be as similar as possible between environments so that a deployment to test, tests your deployment along with the code itself. Good continuous delivery tools (my company provides one) will help with that and tie those phases together nice in a build lifecycle or build pipeline.</p>
    <p>Depending on who you are, you'll need to think through security and separation of duties when it comes to the prod deployment while leaving self-service open for developers.</p>
    <p>Also think through whether you want to deploy builds to test that build successfully but fail some unit tests.</p>
    <p>you might want to check out the built in support for continuous integration and continuous delivery for Azure that came out recently.</p>
    <p>For Team Foundation Service Preview (elastic build in the cloud) there is this guidance: http://www.windowsazure.com/en-us/develop/net/common-tasks/publishing-with-tfs/ </p>
    <p>For Git and Windows Azure Web Sites there is also guidance sitting next to these links (I'm not allowed yet to post more than two hyperlinks..).</p>
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