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    <h1>Azure devops office integration 2019</h1>
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    <h1>Azure DevOps Office integration issues</h1>
    <p><strong>Azure Boards | Azure DevOps Server 2020 | Azure DevOps Server 2019 | TFS 2018 - TFS 2013</strong></p>
    <p>If you don't see the <strong>Team</strong> ribbon in Microsoft Excel, as shown in the image below, you may be able to resolve the issue with the procedures provided in this article.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/az...media/tfs-office-issues-excel-team-ribbon.png" /></p>
    <p>Microsoft Project Integration and the <strong>TFSFieldMapping</strong> command are not supported for:</p>
    <li>Visual Studio 2019 and Azure DevOps OfficeР’? Integration 2019</li>
    <li>Azure DevOps Services and Azure DevOps Server 2019.</li>
    <p>However, full support for Microsoft Excel integration is maintained and is the recommended alternative.</p>
    <p>All Office integration tasks require that you have installed a version of Visual Studio or the free Azure DevOps Office Integration 2019. These software installs the Azure DevOps Office Integration Add-in or Team Foundation Office Integration Add-in For a list of prerequisites, see Azure Boards and Office integration.</p>
    <h2>Enable the Azure DevOps or Team Foundation Add-in</h2>
    <p>From the Excel <strong>File</strong> menu, choose <strong>Options</strong>.</p>
    <p>Choose Add-ins and from the <strong>Manage</strong> picklist, choose <strong>COM Add-ins</strong>, and then choose <strong>Go</strong>.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/az.../tfs-office-issues-excel-open-com-add-ins.png" /></p>
    <p>Make sure that a check is placed in the <strong>Team Foundation Add-in</strong> checkbox.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/az...s-office-issues-excel-tfs-add-in-checkbox.png" /></p>
    <p>Restart Excel. You should now see the Team ribbon.</p>
    <p>If the Team ribbon does not appear at next launch, the load behavior of the add-in may have changed and you will need to complete the following steps:</p>
    <h3>Update the Registry</h3>
    <p>Launch the Registry Editor from your Windows Start Menu by typing regedit in the Search or Run box.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/az...ffice/media/tfs-office-issues-run-regedit.png" /></p>
    <p>Navigate to one of the following paths containing the <strong>TFCOfficeShim.Connect.[version]</strong> folder:</p>
    <p>If there are multiple folders with the same name, select the one with the highest version number.</p>
    <li>HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Office\Excel\Addins (if this key does not exist, try one of the options below)</li>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/az...fs-office-issues-regedit-loadbehavior-key.png" /></p>
    <p>Double click to open <strong>LoadBehavior</strong> and set the value data field to <strong>3</strong> (if the value is <strong>0</strong>, the Team ribbon will not load).</p>
    <p>Press <strong>OK</strong> and restart Excel.</p>
    <h2>Office Add-in doesn't load or "Open in Excel" from Visual Studio fails</h2>
    <p>To connect to Azure Boards or TFS, go to the Team ribbon and choose <strong>New List</strong>. If the New List dialog fails to open, or you receive TF86001 or similar error message, follow the steps below to ensure that policy redirection is configured.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/az...gs/office/media/tfs-office-issues-tf86001.png" /></p>
    <p>This error is typically caused when you install Visual Studio before you install Office Excel or Project. In this instance, the Visual Studio Tools for Office Run Time are not correctly configured. To correct this error, you must repair Visual Studio.</p>
    <p>For authentication issues, such as TF31003 and TF30063 , please refer to User account does not have permission.</p>
    <p>Install Visual Studio to ensure that you have access to the Visual Studio Command Prompt and the Gacutil.exe (Global Assembly Cache Tool). If you do not have Visual Studio, you can install the Visual Studio Community edition for free.</p>
    <h3>Run the Gacutil tool</h3>
    <p>Open the Visual Studio Command Prompt and choose to run it as an administrator.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/az...fs-office-issues-run-developer-cmd-prompt.png" /></p>
    <p><strong>For Office 2016 and Office 2013</strong>, run the following commands:</p>
    <p><strong>For Office 2010</strong>, run the following commands:</p>
    <p>Once you've successfully run the GACUTIL commands, restart Excel and look for the Team Foundation Add-in.</p>
    <p>If the above steps are unsuccessful, try the following steps:</p>
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    <h1>Devops vision</h1>
    Devops vision <a href="http://remmont.com">Newspaper headlines</a> Devops vision
    <h1>Configure settings and manage your Azure Boards project</h1>
    <p><strong>Azure Boards | Azure DevOps Server 2020 | Azure DevOps Server 2019 | TFS 2018 - TFS 2013</strong></p>
    <p>You can start using Azure Boards and configure resources as you go. No up-front work is required. Most settings define defaults.</p>
    <p>As an organization owner or a project admin, there are a few items you might want to attend to at the start, to ensure a smooth operational experience. If you own a large organization, you'll want to consider additional tasks to structure your projects to support multiple teams or software development apps.</p>
    <p>Specifically, consider performing one or more of the following tasks:</p>
    <li>Add users to your project. To assign users to issues or tasks, you need to add them to your project.</li>
    <li>Share your project vision. To support people who'll contribute to your project, provide them some directions via the project summary page, or through your project wiki.</li>
    <li>Define area and iteration paths. If you work with Scrum methods or want to time-box your issues and tasks, you'll want to define Iteration Paths.</li>
    <li>Customize your issues or tasks. If you need additional fields to track data, or other type of work item, you can customize your process.</li>
    <li>Add users to your project. To assign users to issues or tasks, you need to add them to your project.</li>
    <li>Define area and iteration paths. If you work with Scrum methods or want to time-box your issues and tasks, you'll want to define Iteration Paths.</li>
    <li>Customize your issues or tasks. If you need additional fields to track data, or other type of work item, you can customize your process.</li>
    <h2>Add users to your project</h2>
    <p>The first task is to ensure that all members of your organization or group are added to your organization and projects. For small groups, using Microsoft Accounts to add users to your organization and projects works fine. For details, see Add users.</p>
    <h2>Share your project vision and support collaboration</h2>
    <p>Each project has a summary page where you can share information through <strong>README</strong> files or by pointing to a project Wiki. To orient users who are new to your project and share established processes and procedures, we recommend that you set up your project summary page or provision a Wiki.</p>
    <h2>Define area and iteration paths for work tracking</h2>
    <p>If you support several products or feature areas, you can assign issues and tasks (Basic process) or user stories and tasks (Agile process) to a feature area by defining Area Paths. To assign work items to specific time intervals, also known as sprints, you'll want to configure Iteration Paths. To use the Scrum toolsРІ??sprint backlogs, taskboards, and team capacityРІ??you need to configure several sprints. For an overview, see About areas and iteration paths.</p>
    <table> <thead> <tr> <th>Iterations</th> <th>Areas</th> </tr> </th> <tbody> <tr> <td><img src="https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/az...areas-iterations-iterations-intro-ts-2016.png" /></td> <td><img src="https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/az...reas/areas-iterations-areas-intro-ts-2016.png" /></td> </tr> </tbody> </table>
    <h2>Customize your work item types</h2>
    <p>You and your team can start using all work-tracking tools immediately after you create a project. But often, one or more users want to customize the experience to meet one or more business needs. Although you can customize the process easily through the user interface, you'll want to establish a methodology for who will manage the updates and evaluate requests.</p>
    <p>By default, organization owners and users added to the <strong>Project Collection Administrators</strong> security group are granted permission to create, edit, and manage processes used to customize the work-tracking experience. If you want to lock down who is able to perform these tasks, you can set permissions at the organization-level to <strong>Deny</strong>.</p>
    <p>To learn more, see these articles:</p>
    <h2>Review and update notifications</h2>
    <p>A number of notifications are predefined for each project. Notifications are based on subscription rules. Subscriptions arise from the following areas:</p>
    <li>Out-of-the-box or default subscriptions.</li>
    <li>Team notifications, managed by a team administrator.</li>
    <li>Project notifications, managed by a member of the Project Administrators group.</li>
    <p>If users believe they're getting too many notifications, they can opt out of a subscription.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/devops/user-guide/media/services/personal-notifications.png" /></p>
    <h2>Install and manage extensions</h2>
    <p>To add new features and capabilities to Azure Boards, install extensions from the Azure DevOps Marketplace. You can install free, preview, or paid</p>
    <p>To learn more, see Install free extensions for Azure DevOps. To learn about building your own Azure DevOps extensions, see developing and publishing extensions.</p>
    <h2>Enable or remove services from the user interface</h2>
    <p>To simplify the web portal user interface, you can disable select services. If you use a project only to log bugs, then you can remove all services except for <strong>Boards</strong>.</p>
    <p>This example shows that <strong>Test Plans</strong> has been disabled:</p>
    <h2>Devops vision</h2>

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    <h1>Elk devops</h1>
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    <h1>DEVOPS WITH ELK</h1>
    <p>Budget ?1250-2500 INR / hour</p>
    <p>Am looking for the devops engineer who is having experience on the particularly with</p>
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    <h2>13 freelancers are bidding on average ?1683/hour for this job</h2>

    <p>Hi We are strong team of DevOps professionals with more than 9 years of extensive experience. We have AWS certified solutions architect and having worked on Elastic search for search algorithm, Logstash for Log moni More </p>

    <p>Hello, I already have worked on ELK stack where I Have configured applications logs with logstash and we use to monitor it via kibana. Ping me so we can discuss in detail. Thanks</p>

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    <h1>Azure devops sourcetree</h1>
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    <h1>Azure DevOps vs SourceTree</h1>
    <p><strong>Azure DevOps vs SourceTree: What are the differences?</strong></p>
    <p>Developers describe <strong>Azure DevOps</strong> as "<em>Services for teams to share code, track work, and ship software</em>". Azure DevOps provides unlimited private Git hosting, cloud build for continuous integration, agile planning, and release management for continuous delivery to the cloud and on-premises. Includes broad IDE support. On the other hand, <strong>SourceTree</strong> is detailed as "<em>A free Git GUI client for Windows and macOS</em>". Use the full capability of Git and Mercurial in the SourceTree desktop app. Manage all your repositories, hosted or local, through SourceTree's simple interface.</p>
    <p>Azure DevOps belongs to <strong>"Project Management"</strong> category of the tech stack, while SourceTree can be primarily classified under <strong>"Source Code Management Desktop Apps"</strong>.</p>
    <p>Some of the features offered by Azure DevOps are:</p>
    <li>Agile Tools: kanban boards, backlogs, scrum boards</li>
    <li>Reporting: dashboards, widgets, Power BI</li>
    <li>Git: free private repositories, pull requests</li>
    <p>On the other hand, SourceTree provides the following key features:</p>
    <li>Full-powered DVCS</li>
    <li>Create, clone, commit, push, pull, merge, and more are all just a click away.</li>
    <li>Review your outgoing and incoming changesets, cherry-pick between branches, patch handling, rebase, stash, shelve, and much more.</li>
    <p><strong>"Complete and powerful"</strong> is the top reason why over <strong>11</strong> developers like Azure DevOps, while over <strong>199</strong> developers mention <strong>"Visual history and branch view"</strong> as the leading cause for choosing SourceTree.</p>
    <p>According to the StackShare community, SourceTree has a broader approval, being mentioned in <strong>618</strong> company stacks & <strong>415</strong> developers stacks; compared to Azure DevOps, which is listed in <strong>79</strong> company stacks and <strong>68</strong> developer stacks.</p>
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    <h1>Continuous Deployment in DevOps</h1>
    <p><strong>What is Continuous Deployment in DevOps?</strong></p>
    <p>Our previous tutorial in this series explained the meaning of Continuous Delivery.</p>
    <p>Continuous delivery is an automated deployment pipeline with automated and manual gates in between whereas Continuous Deployment is the continuous delivery pipeline with no manual gates in between.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://cdn.softwaretestinghelp.com...s/2019/11/Continuous-Deployment-In-DevOps.png" /></p>
    <p>So, Continuous Deployment need not be a ?Release to Production?. But the code is deployed to the production and kept under mute using ?Feature Toggles? and when it is ready, the Feature toggle will be turned on.</p>
    <p>These feature toggles avoid any risk of failure of the feature functionality in the production by switching OFF the deployed feature in the production.</p>
    <p>This option also allows turning on the feature to a certain set of users or certain geography or a certain customer site or even for internal employees for initial evaluation and feedback.</p>
    <p> <strong>VIDEO Part 3 Block 3: Continuous Deployment ? 6 minutes 28 seconds</strong></p>
    <p><strong>Video Transcript:</strong> </p>
    <p>Just before the previous video, we learned about the continuous delivery approach and its benefits.</p>
    <p>In this block let us learn about continuous deployment and how is it different from continuous delivery. And we will also understand the meaning of continuous testing and the continuous testing pipeline in DevOps.</p>
    <p>Here, I wish to introduce another term of DevOps, that is, continuous Deployment, which should not be confused with continuous delivery because the short form of both is CD.</p>
    <p>As we already know, Continuous delivery or CD is the Process of delivering the software or software Updates to the production in smaller increments, ensuring that the software can be released any time to the production.</p>
    <p>It is an automated deployment pipeline with both automated and manual gates in between.</p>
    <p><strong>Now, let us come to Continuous Deployment.</strong></p>
    <p>Continuous deployment is also a continuous delivery pipeline but without any manual gates in between. I mean, no manual gates or no manual intervention, from the initial code commit till the code is into the production.</p>
    <p>This picture will explain you the continuous deployment pipeline.</p>
    <p>As you see in this diagram, it is same as a continuous delivery pipeline, there will be a build trigger followed by a code check-in, automated compilation, build, unit tests, deployment and other automates tests till the ?deployment to the production?.</p>
    <p>Here I won?t call this as ?Release to production? but deployment to production, which I?ll explain in a little while.</p>
    <p>So, there are no manual testing phases or manual approval gates or in other words no manual intervention at all.</p>
    <p>This happens mainly in a matured organization and in case of delivery or updates of matured products, where DevOps practices are established very well and hence just automated delivery pipeline is sufficient enough to take care of quality and no manual testing and quality gates are required.</p>
    <p>However Feature toggles are necessary for Continuous deployment though present in both the methods, i.,e continuous delivery and continuous deployment, and they are must for Continuous deployment pipeline.</p>
    <p>The feature toggles avoid any risk of failure of the feature functionality in the production by switching OFF the deployed feature in the production. So, this feature flag ensures that all the features that are deployed on to the production can be turned ON or OFF based on the requirement and hence need not be immediately released to the end users.</p>
    <p>As quoted earlier, continuous deployment need not be necessarily a release to customers but a ?deployment to production?. This option of continuous deployment is used in deploying certain time-bound features.</p>
    <p>To give an <strong>Example</strong> , a value-added service offer of a mobile operator to the customers, during Christmas, can be deployed via continuous deployment method to production any time, so that the feature or value-added service package is kept ready on the live and opened up during Christmas or at midnight of the new year etc., through a feature toggle.</p>
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    <p>The GitHttpClient class is used to interact with GIT items. In this blog post we consider methods to:</p>
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    <h1>Create repositories</h1>
    <p>The creating of a new empty repository is a simple process. We can do that through the CreateRepositoryAsync method to which passes only two parameters: the git repository name and team project name. The example to create a new repository:</p>
    <table style="border-collapse:collapse;" border="0"> <tbody valign="top"> <tr> <td style="padding-left:7px;padding-right:7px;border:solid .5pt;">newRepo = new GitRepository(); <br /></table>
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    <table style="border-collapse:collapse;" border="0"> <tbody valign="top"> <tr> <td style="padding-left:7px;padding-right:7px;border:solid .5pt;">GitRepositoryCreateOptions newGitRepository = new GitRepositoryCreateOptions(); <br /></table>
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    <p>newGitRepository.ParentRepository = new GitRepositoryRef(); <br /></p>
    <p>newRepo = GitClient.CreateRepositoryAsync(newGitRepository, TeamProjectName, ?refs/heads/master? ).Result;</td> </tr> </tbody> </table> </p>
    <h1>View repository properties</h1>
    <p>We can get repository through the following methods:</p>
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    <li>The GetRepositoryAsync method returns GitRepository object of a repository. It takes two parameters: the team project name and repository name.</li>
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    <table style="border-collapse:collapse;" border="0"> <tbody valign="top"> <tr> <td style="padding-left:7px;padding-right:7px;border:solid .5pt;">GitRepository GitRepo = GitClient.GetRepositoryAsync(TeamProjectName, RepoName).Result; gitThread.Status = Status; <br /></table>
    <p>Console.WriteLine( ? GIT REPO: ? + GitRepo.Name); <br /></p>
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    <p>Console.WriteLine( ?Size : ? + GitRepo.Size);</td> </tr> </tbody> </table> </p>
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    <p>To remove a repository, we can use the DeleteRepositoryAsync method that takes one parameter: the repository id.</p>
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    <p>GitClient.DeleteRepositoryAsync(gitRepo.Id).Wait();</td> </tr> </tbody> </table> </p>
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    <li>Get the recycle bin contents through the GetRecycleBinRepositoriesAsync method.</li>
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    <p>if (repos.Count == 0) return ; <br /></p>
    <p>var repotorestore = repos.FirstOrDefault(x => x.Name == GitRepoName); <br /></p>
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    <p>GitClient.RestoreRepositoryFromRecycleBinAsync( new GitRecycleBinRepositoryDetails < Deleted = false >, TeamProjectName, repotorestore.Id).Wait(); <br /></p>
    <p>Console.WriteLine( ?Restored repo: ? + GitRepoName); <br /></p>
    <p>To completely remove repository from the recycle bin, we can use the DeleteRepositoryFromRecycleBinAsync method that uses the following parameters: the team project name and repository id.</p>
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    <h3>Megasware128 </strong> commented Apr 10, 2017 ?</h3>
    <p>Great to use Yarn as a build task but unlike the npm tasks available, Yarn doesn't seem to automatically authenticate for npm registries created by the Package Management feature in TFS2017/VSTS. Is there a solution for using Package Management registries in combination with the Yarn build task?</p>
    <h3>sandorfr </strong> commented May 7, 2017 </h3>
    <p>This is of course a great suggestion. We need to investigate how we can adapt the authentication procedure from the npm task to yarn https://github.com/Microsoft/vsts-tasks/blob/master/Tasks/Npm/npmtask.ts#L190 .</p>
    <p>This is a priority one for us.</p>
    <h3>waterfoul </strong> commented Jun 13, 2017 </h3>
    <h3>KarandikarMihir </strong> commented Jul 7, 2017 ?</h3>
    <p>We can't switch to yarn on our build server because of this :(</p>
    <h3>sandorfr </strong> commented Jul 11, 2017 </h3>
    <p>Happy to accept a PR is anyone has the time to work on this.</p>
    <h3>KarandikarMihir </strong> commented Jul 11, 2017 </h3>
    <p>@sandorfr Would have loved to work on this. But I lack the context.</p>
    <h3>Megasware128 </strong> commented Jul 11, 2017 </h3>
    <p>I might take a look but need to find some time</p>
    <h3>manu-unter </strong> commented Jul 28, 2017 </h3>
    <p>A manual way to set the access token using a build agent that we use at the moment is the following PowerShell script:</p>
    <p>It will add the access token to the .npmrc so yarn can use it to access the registry. You should run this before doing yarn or yarn install . Yarn will consider any .npmrc files, even upwards in the folder tree, so just put it somewhere within the tree and it should work.</p>
    <p style="clear: both">Please mind: this requires to have the following <em>Build Definition Option</em> to be set: <br /><img style="float: left; margin: 0 10px 5px 0;" src="https://user-images.githubusercontent.com/4516798/28707193-b3fb8286-7377-11e7-85ec-44e9c029acce.jpg" /></p>
    <h3>sandorfr </strong> commented Aug 2, 2017 </h3>
    <p>I adjusted the roadmap, as I'm focused on this issue right now. This is basically around the corner, but I'm running into issues similar to this yarnpkg/yarn#678 . It seems like it might be necessary to generate a yarnrc in addition to npmrc.</p>
    <h3>sandorfr </strong> commented Aug 13, 2017 </h3>
    <p>I've pushed a new major version including VSTS feed support.</p>
    <h3>Mardoxx </strong> commented Sep 13, 2017 ?</h3>
    <p>Broken for me. npm install works fined, yarn install yields 401 with VSTS feeds.</p>
    <p>Also getting lots of warnings:</p>
    <p>I have tried with Registries in my .npmrc file and Registry I select here , both give 401. Either of these options work fine with npm task.</p>
    <p>Using @Cryza's method works fine.</p>
    <h3>Mardoxx </strong> commented Sep 18, 2017 </h3>
    <p>@sandorfr weird, it's working now. I was having issues with VSTS feeds locally too so perhaps this was unrelated.</p>
    <h3>Mardoxx </strong> commented Sep 18, 2017 ?</h3>
    <p>Ok it's still broken on my build. Here's debug log</p>
    <p>If I add a powershell task before it to do this (with access token as an env var):</p>
    <p>I notice the line <br />Adding auth for registry: https://<companyName>.pkgs.visualstudio.com/_packaging/<FeedName>/npm/registry/ <br />so it <em>should</em> work correctly? Weird. The only difference I see here is that it's potentially (haven't looked at your code) only adding it for /npm/registry/ and not /npm/ as well, and that the scheme is provided as https:// , where as I'm providing it as relative scheme.</p>
    <h3>sandorfr </strong> commented Sep 21, 2017 </h3>
    <p>can you explain to me how this templated url https://<companyName>.pkgs.visualstudio.com/_packaging/<FeedName>/npm/registry/ is working or point me to some documentation? I'm not familiar with this.</p>
    <h3>Mardoxx </strong> commented Sep 21, 2017 </h3>
    <p>It's not real, I should have said https://foo.pkgs.visualstudio.com/_packaging/bar/npm/registry/</p>
    <h3>sandorfr </strong> commented Sep 21, 2017 </h3>
    <p style="clear: both">Given your logs it seems you have selected the first option but I'm pretty sure you want the second one : <br /><img style="float: left; margin: 0 10px 5px 0;" src="https://user-images.githubusercontent.com/2660262/30691002-7b0711a0-9ec6-11e7-9566-fb35debf6a24.png" /></p>
    <h3>sandorfr </strong> commented Sep 21, 2017 </h3>
    <p style="clear: both">another possible cause is that you don't have the proper rights defined for your package feed : <br /><img style="float: left; margin: 0 10px 5px 0;" src="https://user-images.githubusercontent.com/2660262/30691505-36c72e9c-9ec8-11e7-81d9-333a92bfd795.png" /> <br />see documentation: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/vsts/package/feeds/common-identities</p>
    <h3>Mardoxx </strong> commented Sep 21, 2017 ?</h3>
    <p>Tried both, Registries in my .npmrc file and Registry I select here neither work, stirll get 401 without extra task of putting auth token in to .npmrc ??</p>
    <p>Checked perms on the feed too, they're all correct!</p>
    <p>I'd assume the way it automatically inserts auth stuff is lifted from this https://github.com/Microsoft/vsts-tasks/tree/master/Tasks/Npm so I'd imagine it should auth in an identical way. Npm task works fine with either Registries in my .npmrc file and Registry I select here , but this doesn't without the extra step. Weird!</p>
    <p>I'd guess it's more likely some misconfiguration at my end, otherwise you'd have others reporting issues too?</p>
    <p>It's also strange how it happens on the 10th or so package. Perhaps that's a concurrency thing though (not sure if the requests are performed in parallel?)</p>
    <p>What I'll try when I get time, is after the yarn install task (which should modify .npmrc ) I shall get it to output the contents .npmrc file and see if it's appended an appropriate token to it.</p>
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    <p><b>Note</b>: Azure DevOps 2020 Server has an issue with installing one of the assemblies used by the Git Virtual File System (GVFS).</p>
    <p><b>Previously known as Team Foundation Server (TFS), Azure DevOps Server</b> is a set of collaborative software development tools, hosted on-premises. Azure DevOps Server integrates with your existing IDE or editor, enabling your cross-functional team to work effectively on projects of all sizes.</p>
    <p>Azure DevOps includes developer collaboration tools which can be used together or independently, including Azure Boards (Work), Azure Repos (Code), Azure Pipelines (Build and Release), Azure Test Plans (Test), and Azure Artifacts (Packages). These tools support all popular programming languages, any platform (including macOS, Linux, and Windows) or cloud, as well as on-premises environments. Like with TFS, you control where you install Azure DevOps Server and when you apply updates. If you prefer to let us manage, use Azure DevOps Services which is available in more geographic regions than any other cloud hosted developer collaboration service.</p>
    <p> <i>In this video, Abel talks to Dipendra Namdeo to find out about the Azure DevOps Wiki - an online wiki solution built into Azure DevOps. In a software project, there is a need to share information and document knowledge about the project, have an easy way to create and edit the documentation and be able to quickly search through the docs. The Azure DevOps Wiki gives us all these things.</i> </p>
    <p> <b>Microsoft Corporation,</b> leading developer of personal-computer software systems and applications. The company also publishes books and multimedia titles, offers e-mail services, and sells electronic game systems, computer peripherals (input/output devices), and portable media players. It has sales offices throughout the world.</p>
    <p><b>Product:</b> Microsoft Azure <br /><b>Version:</b> DevOps Server / Express 2020<br /><b>Supported Architectures:</b> x64<br /><b>Website Home Page :</b> www.microsoft.com<br /><b>Language:</b> english<br /><b>System Requirements:</b> PC *<br /><b>Size:</b> 3.7 Gb</p>
    <p><b>Server or client installation</b><br />- Runs on either a Windows Server operating system or a Windows client operating system.<br />- Azure DevOps Server 2020 run only on a 64-bit operating system.</p>
    <p><b>Server operating systems</b><br />- Windows Server 2019<br />- Windows Server 2016<br />- Windows Server 2020</p>
    <p>Note: The Server Core installation option is supported only for Azure DevOps Server 2020</p>
    <p><b>Client operating systems</b><br />- Windows 10 (Enterprise) Version 1803<br />- Windows 10 (Professional, Enterprise) 1809 or later</p>
    <p><b>Azure SQL Database and SQL Server</b><br />- Azure SQL Database<br />- SQL Server 2019<br />- SQL Server 2017<br />- SQL Server 2016 (minimum SP1)</p>
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    Microsoft Azure DevOps Server Express 2020 | 3.7 GbThe Microsoft Azure development team is pleased to announce the availability of Azure DevOps Server 2020 RTW. This release includes is a roll up of bug fixes and also all features in the Azure DevOps Server 2020 RC2 previously released. Summary
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    <p>I applied online. I interviewed at Cisco Systems (Elk Grove Village, IL) in March 2019.</p>
    <p>The interviewers were very friendly and professional however it was impossible to get hold of to the recruiter about questions, even after the interview nobody contacted about positive or negative feedback, it was very weird and unprofessional for a tech giant.</p>
    <li>Questions about docker and Jenkins integration, how can you build a docker image? Tell me about what you can do with Jenkins, how do you use git repository, are comfortable with command line git or do you use UI, which commands do you use? Answer Question</li>
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    <p>I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Cisco Systems (Raleigh, NC) in June 2017.</p>
    <p>Interview was for a contract position. 2 rounds: phone technical screen and WebEx (as I was in different country)<br />Phone screen was with really ease questions for basic understanding about java programming.<br />WebEx was a lit bit harder and without any crappy algorithm questions, mostly questions about my resume and technologies mentioned in the vacancy.</p>
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    8 Cisco Systems Devops Engineer interview questions and 4 interview reviews. Free interview details posted anonymously by Cisco Systems interview candidates.
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    <h1>Ansible continuous deployment</h1>
    Ansible continuous deployment <a href="http://remmont.com">Latest national news</a> Ansible continuous deployment
    <h1>How Docker and Ansible fit together to implement Continuous Delivery/Continuous Deployment</h1>
    <p>I'm new to the configuration management and deployment tools. I have to implement a Continuous Delivery/Continuous Deployment tool for one of the most interesting projects I've ever put my hands on.</p>
    <p>First of all, individually, I'm comfortable with AWS , I know what Ansible is, the logic behind it and its purpose. I do not have same level of understanding of Docker but I got the idea. I went through a lot of Internet resources, but I can't get the the big picture.</p>
    <p>What I've been struggling is how they fit together. Using Ansible , I can manage my Infrastructure as Code; building EC2 instances, installing packages. I can even deploy a full application by pulling its code, modify config files and start web server. Docker is, itself, a tool that packages an application and ensures that it can be run wherever you deploy it.</p>
    <p>My problems are:</p>
    <p><strong>How does Docker (or Ansible and Docker) extend the Continuous Integration process!?</strong></p>
    <p>Suppose we have a source code repository, the team members finish working on a feature and they push their work. Jenkins detects this, runs all the acceptance/unit/integration test suites and if they all passed, it declares it as a stable build. How Docker fits here? I mean when the team pushes their work, does Jenkins have to pull the Docker file source coded within the app, build the image of the application, start the container and run all the tests against it or it runs the tests the classic way and if all is good then it builds the Docker image from the Docker file and saves it in a private place? Should Jenkins tag the final image using x.y.z for example!?</p>
    <p><strong>Docker containers configuration :</strong></p>
    <p>Suppose we have an image built by Jenkins stored somewhere, how to handle deploying the same image into different environments, and even, different configurations parameters ( Vhosts config, DB hosts, Queues URLs, S3 endpoints, etc. ) What is the most flexible way to deal with this issue without breaking Docker principles? Are these configurations backed in the image when it gets build or when the container based on it is started, if so how are they injected?</p>
    <p><strong>Ansible and Docker</strong>:</p>
    <p>Ansible provides a Docker module to manage Docker containers. Assuming I solved the problems mentioned above, when I want to deploy a new version x.t.z of my app, I tell Ansible to pull that image from where it was stored on, start the app container, so how to inject the configuration settings!? Does Ansible have to log in the Docker image, before it's running ( this sounds insane to me ) and use its Jinja2 templates the same way with a classic host!? If not, how is this handled?!</p>
    <p>Excuse me if it was a long question or if I misspelled something, but this is my thinking out loud. I'm blocked for the past two weeks and I can't figure out the correct workflow. I want this to be a reference for future readers.</p>
    <p>Please, it would very helpful to read your experiences and solutions because this looks like a common workflow.</p>
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    How Docker and Ansible fit together to implement Continuous Delivery/Continuous Deployment I'm new to the configuration management and deployment tools. I have to implement a Continuous
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    <h1>IBM DevOps</h1>
    <p>Increase agility, shorten releases, improve reliability and stay ahead of the competition</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://1.cms.s81c.com/sites/default/files/2019-12-13/001 (1).jpg" /></p>
    <h2>What is DevOps?</h2>
    <p>DevOps is an increasingly common approach to agile software development that developers and operations teams use to build, test, deploy and monitor applications with speed, quality and control.</p>
    <p>DevOps is relevant to any kind of software project regardless of architecture, platform or purpose. Common use cases include: cloud-native and mobile applications, application integration, and modernization and multicloud management.</p>
    <p>Successful DevOps implementations generally rely on an integrated set of solutions or a "toolchain" to remove manual steps, reduce errors, increase team agility, and scale beyond small, isolated teams. Learn more about our solutions such as release automation, service virtualization and application performance management.</p>
    <h2>Modernize your apps with speed and control using a DevOps approach</h2>
    <p>Whether you're modernizing applications in stages or working through a complete transformation, you probably have applications you're moving to the cloud. By leveraging containers, Kubernetes and microservices, you can reduce cost and complexity while retaining your investment in the original applications. Applying DevOps agile practices and tools makes the whole project run faster and smoother by automating key steps and improving operational efficiency and standardization.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://1.cms.s81c.com/sites/default/files/2020-05-04/001(1).png" /></p>
    <h2>DevOps agile tools and practices: Ready for all clouds</h2>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://1.cms.s81c.com/sites/default/files/2020-05-04/Continuous delivery.jpg" /></p>
    <p><strong>Continuous delivery</strong> <br />Release applications more often and with better quality.</p>
    <p>Try IBM UrbanCode?</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://1.cms.s81c.com/sites/default/files/2020-09-24/software-testing_0.jpg" /></p>
    <p><strong>Software testing</strong> <br />Test earlier with production-like environments to help eliminate bottlenecks.</p>
    <p>Try IBM Rational? Testing</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://1.cms.s81c.com/sites/default/files/2020-09-24/application-management.jpg" /></p>
    <p><strong>Application performance management</strong> <br />Enhance application resilience and monitor application transformation from on premises to hybrid and multicloud deployments.</p>
    <p>Explore IBM Cloud? App Management</p>
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    <p><strong>Intelligent IT operations</strong> <br />Modernize IT ops management with AI and hybrid deployment options.</p>
    <p>Learn more about intelligent IT operations</p>
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    <p><strong>DevOps practices</strong> <br />Industry practices for design thinking, lean startup, agile development and continuous delivery.</p>
    <p>Learn more about IBM Garage? methodology</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://1.cms.s81c.com/sites/default/files/2020-05-04/Cloud-native DevOps_0.jpg" /></p>
    <p><strong>Cloud-native DevOps</strong> <br />Build, test and deploy new apps on the IBM Cloud with cloud-native tools and practices.</p>
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    IBM DevOps one-stop shop: discover what it is, how to get started, best practices and solutions. Let IBM help you with your DevOps journey.
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    <h1>edureka! Reviews</h1>
    <p>Updated Nov 17, 2020</p>

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    <p>" Working environment which boosts employee to work with enthusiasm " (in 12 reviews)</p>
    <p>" Best place to learn what sales is like " (in 6 reviews)</p>
    <p>" Nothing specific however you need to keep work life balance " (in 15 reviews)</p>
    <p>" No work-life balance, rest no cons " (in 8 reviews)</p>

    <h2>"The best personal education of a new kind. A revolutionary school that truly care for people"</h2>
    <p>I have been working at edureka! full-time</p>
    <p>I was a student , i was surrounded by the kindest most knowledgeable people - Managers Instructors and the stuff.</p>
    <p>I, as student at Edureka, did not find any.</p>
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    <p>The best training ever and trainer are the best</p>
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    <p>I have been working at edureka! full-time</p>
    <p>Faculty got good knowledge. Flexible in shifting batches.</p>
    <p>Need to be more professional. While having a class one student response cannot be viewed by another which seems to be intentional.</p>
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    <p>I worked at edureka! full-time</p>
    <p>It was a wonderful experience and learning from Edureka trainers. The trainers were hands on and provided real time scenario's. For me learning cutting edge and latest technologies, Edureka is the right place. and also you will meet some very experienced people willing to help</p>
    <p>none i loved everything they know what students need to achieve their goals</p>
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    <h1>Post Build Cleanup</h1>
    <h1>Post Build Cleanup</h1>
    <p>Did you ever run out of disk space on your build machine, because there were so many sources and binaries from previous build runs? Then this extension is for you!</p>
    <p>By default, the clean option of a build definition deletes files <strong>before</strong> the build starts. Thus, every build leaves behind sources and binaries on your build machine, and those files accumulate and eat up your disk space. If you're not running incremental builds, those files are not needed after the build has finished.</p>
    <p>The <em>Post Build Cleanup</em> task deletes unwanted files from your build agent, <strong>after</strong> your build has run, thus, saving precious disk space.</p>
    <h3>Change Notes</h3>
    <p>You can find the changes notes for this task here.</p>
    <h3>Known Issues</h3>
    <li>We are phasing out Team Foundation Server 2015. If you're still using Team Foundation Server 2015, please stay on version 2.x of the extension which can be downloaded here. For newer versions of Team Foundation Server or Azure DevOps Services please use version 3.x and higher.</li>
    <p>If you need help with the extension or run into issues, please contact us at psgerextsupport@microsoft.com.</p>
    <h3>Adding the Task to a Build Definition</h3>
    <p>Simply add the <em>Post Build Cleanup</em> task (in task category <em>Utility</em>) to your build definition. Starting with v3.1.0, the task can be placed anywhere in your pipeline. Since post-job scripts are executed in reverse order of their corresponding task scripts, we recommend to put the <em>Post Build Cleanup</em> task as the first task in your pipeline. This ensures that every other post-job script is executed before we clean files from your build agent.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://mspremier.gallerycdn.vsasse...leanup/3.1.0/1582104566251/assets/AddTask.png" /></p>
    <h3>Task Parameters</h3>
    <p><strong>Disable NodeJS certificate check:</strong> Check this option if your Team Foundation Server is using a self-signed or corporate SSL certificate and your build agent version is lower than 2.117.0. The option disables the certificate chain validation of NodeJS. Please read here for details.</p>
    <p><strong>YAML: disableCertCheck</strong> - Default is <em>false</em>. Set to <em>true</em> to activate the option.</p>
    <h3>Behavior of the Task</h3>
    <p>The task behavior is directly linked to the clean options you select in your build definition's <strong>Repository</strong> settings. In the new build UI the clean option has been moved to the <strong>Get sources</strong> task in the <strong>Tasks</strong> list.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"> <img src="https://mspremier.gallerycdn.vsasse....1.0/1582104566251/assets/CleanOptionsOld.png" /><img src="https://mspremier.gallerycdn.vsasse....1.0/1582104566251/assets/CleanOptionsNew.png" /></p>
    <p>If the <strong>Clean</strong> option is unchecked, the task does nothing. Otherwise, the task behavior depends on the selected value for <strong>Clean options</strong> and mimics the pre-build cleanup behavior:</p>
    <p><strong>Sources:</strong> If this option is selected, the task tries to clean the sources as described here, which supports incremental gets of source files.</p>
    <p><strong>Note:</strong> The task cannot scorch TFVC workspaces due to an authentication limitation. If you use TFVC, the task will always delete all contents of the $(Build.SourcesDirectory), thus, preventing incremental source gets!</p>
    <p><strong>Sources and output directory:</strong> If this option is selected, the task deletes all contents of the $(Build.BinariesDirectory) in addition to the cleanup described under <em>Sources</em>.</p>
    <p><strong>Sources directory:</strong> If this option is selected, the task deletes all contents of the $(Build.SourcesDirectory).</p>
    <p><strong>Note:</strong> If your build uses a Git repository, a minimal portion of the .git folder will remain on disk. Those remaining files are needed by the build agent's built-in <em>Post Job Cleanup</em>.</p>
    <p><strong>All build directories:</strong> If this option is selected, the task deletes all contents within the $(Agent.BuildDirectory) and recreates the internal folder structure (i.e., the subfolders a, s, and b).</p>
    <h3>Support for Team Foundation Server 2015</h3>
    <p>Team Foundation Server 2015 does not support the <strong>Clean options</strong> parameter. To configure the cleanup behavior, set the build variable <strong>Build.Clean</strong> as described here. The values of <strong>Build.Clean</strong> are matched to the <strong>Clean options</strong> parameter as follows:</p>
    <li><em>Not set</em> = <em>Sources</em></li>
    <li><em>binary</em> = <em>Sources and output directory</em></li>
    <li><em>source</em> = <em>Sources directory</em></li>
    <li><em>all</em> = <em>All build directories</em></li>
    <p>Because the build agent that comes with Team Foundation Server 2015 does contain a Git command line client, you must install Git on the build machine, in order to support source cleanup. If Git is not installed, the task will fall back to delete all contents of the $(Build.SourcesDirectory).</p>
    <p>We have put together a list of frequently asked questions and answers in our FAQ document. If you feel we need to add a specific question to the list, feel free to send it to our support address.</p>
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    <h4>Devops tfs</h4>
    Extension for Azure DevOps - Cleans the build directories on the agent after the build has finished.
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    <h1>Tfs task management</h1>
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    <h1>Accelerate Azure DevOps or TFS with JFrog Artifactory and NuGet</h1>
    <p>By Batel Tova January 10, 2019</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://media.jfrog.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/20131307/BLOG_NUGET863X300.jpg" /></p>
    <p>Azure DevOps is the evolution of VSTS (Microsoft Visual Studio Team Services), which is also known as VSTS, support continuous integration/continuous deployment (CI/CD).</p>
    <p>Alongside support for Maven, NPM, Docker, and Generic builds, the JFrog Artifactory Extension for Azure DevOps and Team Foundation Server TFS has just been improved to support the <strong>NuGet package type</strong>. This addition extends the extension?s capabilities to trigger builds with NuGet packages and upload the Build Info to Artifactory. This integration allows your build jobs to deploy artifacts to and resolve dependencies from Artifactory, and then have them associated to the build job that created them.</p>
    <h2>Why JFrog Artifactory?</h2>
    <p>As the universal binary repository manager, JFrog Artifactory provides one reliable solution for all your binaries, with consistent support for all major package formats, build tools, and CI servers. Artifactory?s integration with Azure DevOps and TFS enables you to manage your Microsoft-based pipeline, and gain full traceability of your builds by capturing Build-Info from your builds.</p>
    <p>Let?s create a build pipeline in Azure DevOps using Artifactory in 3 easy steps.</p>
    <h2>STEP 1: Configure the Artifactory Instance</h2>
    <p>Once the Artifactory Extension is installed, you must configure Azure DevOps to access the Artifactory instance:</p>
    <li>In Azure DevOps, go to <strong>Project Settings</strong> ><strong>Pipelines</strong> ><strong>Service connections</strong>.</li>
    <li>Click + <strong>New service connection</strong> to display the list control, and select <strong>Artifactory</strong>.</li>
    <li>In the service connection dialog, enter the required URL and credential information, click on the verify connection, and save the new configuration.</li>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://media.jfrog.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/20131316/2.gif" /></p>
    <h2>STEP 2: Create a NuGet Pipeline</h2>
    <p>Once your Artifactory connection is configured, you can add a NuGet Build pipeline:</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><ol>
    <li>Pull this NuGet example and configure the Git sources task. <br /><img style="float: left; margin: 0 10px 5px 0;" src="https://media.jfrog.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/20131315/1.png" /></li>
    <li>In the Add tasks section, search for NuGet in the task selection list.</li>
    <li>Select the Artifactory NuGet task and add it to the pipeline. <br /><img style="float: left; margin: 0 10px 5px 0;" src="https://media.jfrog.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/20131314/3.png" /></li>
    <li>In the new task, select which NuGet command to run. In the example below, we?ll use the restore, pack and push commands. <br /><img style="float: left; margin: 0 10px 5px 0;" src="https://media.jfrog.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/20131313/4.png" /></li>
    <h3>STEP 3: Configure the Push task buildinfo to Artifactory</h3>
    <p>When the pipeline containing the NuGet task executes, the task log will show all information about the executed NuGet command:</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://media.jfrog.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/20131312/4.gif" /></p>
    <p>You can configure your NuGet task to collect the buildinfo by selecting the <strong>Collect build info</strong> checkbox when you add a task:</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://media.jfrog.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/20131311/5.png" /></p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://media.jfrog.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/20131310/6.png" /></p>
    <p>Once collected, the buildinfo can then be pushed as metadata to Artifactory, it can be accessed from the Artifactory tab in the Build Results:</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://media.jfrog.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/20131308/7.jpg" /></p>
    <p>After you run the pipeline, you?ll be able to see the build information for the NuGet task in Artifactory:</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://media.jfrog.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/20131308/6.gif" /></p>
    <p>The JFrog Artifactory Extension for Azure DevOps and TFS is available in the Visual Studio marketplace. Try it out for yourself.</p>
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    <h1>Azure devops backup</h1>
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    <h1>Azure DevOps API Backup</h1>
    <h2>Backup your projects with 99 lines of code</strong></h2>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://miro.medium.com/max/60/1*POyCLzcQi1idbHs4AELZzQ.png" /></p>
    <p>Azure DevOps ? formerly Visual Studio Team Services ? is a cloud service to manage source code and collaborate between development teams. It integrates perfectly with both Visual Studio and Visual Studio Code. While the code is perfectly safe on Azure infrastructure, there are cases where a centralized local backup of all projects and repositories is needed. These might include Corporate Policies, Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Plans.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://miro.medium.com/max/60/1*FkDrmeSD2LmCEUeAGPHFAQ.png" /></p>
    <p>As the image shows, we can download a repository from Azure DevOps as a Zip file, but this may not be practical if we have a considerable amount of projects and repositories and need them backed up on a regular basis. To do this, we can use the Azure DevOps API, as explained in the next steps.</p>
    <h2>1. Get an Azure DevOps API personal access token</h2>
    <p>On the top right corner of the Azure DevOps portal we have our account picture. Clicking on it reveals the account menu where we find a Security</em> option. Inside Security</em>, we have Personal access tokens</em>. We click on New token</em> to create one. For this example we only need to check the Read, write & manage</em> permission for Code</em>. When we name the token and click Create</em>, we get the token value, but since it won?t be shown again, we must copy and save it elsewhere. We will need this token later, to access the API.</p>
    <h2>2. Clone the repository, configure arguments and dependencies</h2>
    <p>To get the sample code, we can clone this GitHub repository and open it with Visual Studio. To test the solution in debug mode, we still have to configure a few arguments in the project properties. These arguments will define the access token ? obtained on the previous step ? , organization ? i.e. the Azure DevOps domain ? and the local directory where we want to write the backed up data. There is a fourth optional argument to state if we want to unzip the downloaded files ? more on that later. Here?s how the argument list will look like:</p>
    <p>This solution uses two external libraries we need to reference: RestSharp to facilitate the API calls and Newtonsoft JSON to deserialize the API responses into objects.</p>
    <h2>3. Analyze and run the code</h2>
    <p>We start by declaring the data structures for the API responses. Then, the main function cycles through three nested levels of hierarchy ? project / repository / item ? calling these API endpoints and deserializing the results into the corresponding structures. Hence, for each project, we get a list of the repositories it contains and for each repository, we get a list of the items it contains.</p>
    <p>When we get to the repository level we don?t need to make individual API calls to download every single item on the repository. Instead, we can download all the items, packed into a Zip file with a single API call. In order to do this, we still need the item list, because we have to build a JSON structure containing every item on the list where the property gitObjectType</em> equals ? blob?</em>. This JSON structure will then be posted to the /blobs</em> endpoint to obtain the Zip file as a response.</p>
    <p>Note we are also saving the original JSON item list we got from the repository call. This will be needed to map the files inside the Zip package, because these are presented in a single flat directory and their names are the object ids and not their actual names and extension. This is where the --unzip argument enters. If it?s omitted, the process does not go further and we get a simple backup: for every repository of each project we get a Zip file with the content and a JSON file to map it.</p>
    <p>If the --unzip argument is present, the program will create a directory for each repository based on the information provided by each Zip/JSON file pair. In this directory, we will get the original file and folder structure with real file names and extensions. Looping through all the items on the JSON list file, we consider a simple condition: if the item is a folder we create the directory according to the item.path</em> property. Otherwise, we assume it?s a blob and we extract it from the Zip archive into the corresponding directory assigning the original file name and extension.</p>
    <h2>Final thoughts</h2>
    <p>This is not an exhaustive method to retrieve every artifact on Azure DevOps. There?s a lot more to be done to make this a complete solution. As it is, it will only retrieve the files from the last commit of the default ? usually Master ? branch. However, it?s a good starting point to backup Azure DevOps projects and keep a local repository of these.</p>
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    While code is perfectly safe on Azure infrastructure, there are cases where a local backup of all repositories is needed: Corporate Policies, Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Plans.
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    <h1>What is Scrum</h1>
    <p>Scrum is a framework used by teams to manage their work. Scrum implements the principles of Agile as a concrete set of artifacts, practices, and roles.</p>
    <p>This article provides a basic description of Scrum. At the end, youРІ??ll find helpful resources if you want to dig in more.</p>
    <h2>The Scrum lifecycle</h2>
    <p>The following diagram details the Scrum lifecycle. Scrum is iterative. The entire lifecycle is completed in fixed time-period called a Sprint. A Sprint is typically 2-4 weeks long.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/devops/learn/_img/agile-scrum-lifecycle-diagram.png" /></p>
    <h2>Scrum Roles</h2>
    <p>Scrum prescribes three specific rolesРІ??</p>
    <h4>Product Owner</h4>
    <p>Responsible for what the team is building, and why theyРІ??re building it. The product owner is responsible for keeping the backlog up-to-date and in priority order.</p>
    <h4>Scrum Master</h4>
    <p>Responsible to ensure the scrum process is followed by the team. Scrum masters are continually on the lookout for how the team can improve, while also resolving impediments (blocking issues) that arise during the sprint. Scrum masters are part coach, part team member, and part cheerleader.</p>
    <h4>Scrum Team</h4>
    <p>These are the individuals that actually build the product. The team owns the engineering of the product, and the quality that goes with it.</p>
    <h2>Product Backlog</h2>
    <p>The Product Backlog is a prioritized list of value the team can deliver. The Product Owner owns the backlog and adds, changes, and reprioritizes as needed. The items at the top of the backlog should always be ready for the team to execute on.</p>
    <h2>Sprint Planning and Sprint Backlog</h2>
    <p>In Sprint Planning, the team chooses the backlog items they will work on in the upcoming sprint. The team chooses backlog items based on priority and what they believe they can complete in the sprint. The Sprint Backlog is the list of items the team plans to deliver in the sprint. Often, each item on the Sprint Backlog is broken down into tasks. Once all members agree the Sprint Backlog is achievable, the Sprint starts.</p>
    <h2>Sprint Execution and Daily Scrum</h2>
    <p>Once the Sprint starts, the team executes on the Sprint Backlog. Scrum does not specify how the team should execute. That is left for the team to decide.</p>
    <p>Scrum defines a practice called a Daily Scrum, often called the Daily Standup. The Daily Scrum is daily meeting limited to 15 minutes. Team members often stand during the meeting, to ensure it stays brief. Each team member briefly reports their progress since yesterday, the plans for today, and anything impeding their progress.</p>
    <p>To aid the Daily Scrum, teams often review two artifacts:</p>
    <h4>The Task Board</h4>
    <p>Lists each backlog item the team is working on, broken down into the tasks required to complete it. Tasks are placed in To Do, In Progress, and Done columns based on their status. It provides a visual way of tracking progress for each backlog item.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/devops/learn/_img/agile-vsts-taskboard.2.png" /></p>
    <h4>The Sprint Burndown</h4>
    <p>A graph that plots the daily total of remaining work. Remaining work is typically in hours. It provides a visual way of showing whether the team is РІ??on trackРІ?? to complete all the work by the end of the Sprint.</p>
    <h2>Sprint Review and Sprint Retrospective</h2>
    <p>At the end of the Sprint, the team performs two practices:</p>
    <h4>Sprint Review</h4>
    <p>The team demonstrates what theyРІ??ve accomplished to stakeholders. They demo the software and show its value.</p>
    <h4>Sprint Retrospective</h4>
    <p>The team takes time to reflect on what went well and which areas need improvement. The outcome of the retrospective are actions for next sprint.</p>
    <p>The product of a Sprint is called the РІ??IncrementРІ?? or РІ??Potentially Shippable IncrementРІ??. Regardless the term, a SprintРІ??s output should be of shippable quality, even if itРІ??s part of something bigger and canРІ??t ship by itself. It should meet all the quality criteria set by the team and Product Owner.</p>
    <h2>Repeat. Learn. Improve.</h2>
    <p>The entire cycle is repeated for the next sprint. Sprint Planning selects the next items on the Product Backlog and the cycle repeats. While the team is executing the Sprint, the Product Owner is ensuring the items at the top of the backlog are ready to execute in the following Sprint.</p>
    <p>This shorter, iterative cycle provides the team with lots of opportunities to learn and improve. A traditional project often has a long lifecycle, say 6-12 months. While a team can learn from a traditional project, the opportunities are far less than a team who executes in 2-week sprints, for example.</p>
    <p>This iterative cycle is, in many ways, the essence of Agile.</p>
    <p>Scrum is very popular because it provides just enough framework to guide teams, while giving them flexibility in how they execute. Its concepts are simple and easy to learn. Teams can get started quickly and learn as they go. All of this makes Scrum a great choice for teams just starting to implement Agile principles.</p>
    <h2>Other Scrum Resources</h2>
    <p style="clear: both"> <img style="float: left; margin: 0 10px 5px 0;" src="https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/devops/learn/_img/agilegetstartedforfree_32x.png" />Get started with free agile tools in Azure Boards.</p>
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    Scrum is a framework used by teams to manage their work. Scrum implements the principles of Agile as a concrete set of artifacts, practices, and roles. This article provides a basic description of Scrum. At the end, youРІ??ll find helpful resources if you want to dig in more.
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