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    <h1>Azure DevOps Git repository options</h1>
    <p>Azure DevOps is a big product and often users start using it without fully explore all the possibilities. As an example, when it is time to work with Git Repositories, users just create repositories and start working without any further configuration.</p>
    <p><strong>If you navigate to the Repos section of Project Settings page, you can configure lots of options for repositories.</strong></p>
    <p>Security is probably the most important setting, because it determines who can access that specific repository and what permission each user / group has in the context of that very specific repository.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="http://www.codewrecks.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/image_thumb-17.png" /></p>
    <p><strong>Figure 1:</strong> <em>Security settings of a Git Repository</em></p>
    <p>You can simply select repositories (1) then select the specific repository (2) then the user / group (3) and finally set permission level. Permissions can be also set for each different branch of the repository <strong>and you can also select the root of the repositories (Git repositories node) to set default security for all repositories.</strong></p>
    <blockquote><p>Thanks to hierarchy you can set permission for all repositories of a Team Project then change permission to child repositories and even single branches</p></blockquote>
    <p>For each repository you have also some options (<strong>Figure 2</strong>) to allow forking and enable / disable automatic linking and resolution of work item included in comments. You can also select all the branches that will be indexed for code search.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="http://www.codewrecks.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/image_thumb-18.png" /></p>
    <p><strong>Figure 2:</strong> <em>Options for repository</em></p>
    <p>Finally, in <strong>Figure 3</strong> you can see policies for the entire repository. These policies are really important because allows you to have an healthy repository. <strong>As an example I strongly suggest you to check the Case Enforcement rule, that prohibit change casing of a file in a commit (a problem that can lead to headache).</strong> You can also limit maximum file size and limit path length, or blocking pushes that contains files with specific pattern name.</p>
    <p>Additionally you have also a pattern for author email, to limit commit authors to a specific set of allowed emails. All policies in <strong>Figure 3</strong> can be set on single repository or to the root node to enable them for all repository.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="http://www.codewrecks.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/image_thumb-19.png" /></p>
    <p><strong>Figure 3:</strong> <em>Policy page for a repository</em></p>
    <p>If you check policies for a specific branch, instead of the settings in <strong>Figure 3</strong> (valid for the entire repository), you will be presented with the configuration in <strong>Figure 4 that allows you to specify pull request rules.</strong></p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="http://www.codewrecks.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/image_thumb-20.png" /></p>
    <p><strong>Figure 4:</strong> <em>Pull request rules.</em></p>
    <p>These policies can prevent pushing directly on specified branch, enforcing a process of pull request to reintegrate a branch on specified branch. <strong>You can use one or more build to automatically verify quality of merged code, automatically require formal approvation from external service or code reviewers.</strong></p>
    <blockquote><p><strong>Pull requests are the only way to have full control on a branch, having a full review for each increment of code that should be merged on that branch</strong></p></blockquote>
    <p>In that configuration page, the one I liked the most is <strong>Limit merge type</strong> option, that allows me to limit the type of merge allowable to close the pull request. Since I?m a big fan of linear history, I strongly suggest you to leave only Rebase and fast forward, to enforce a strict linear history.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="http://www.codewrecks.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/image_thumb-21.png" /></p>
    <p><strong>Figure 5:</strong> <em>Limit merge type option</em></p>
    <p><strong>Finally you should be aware of the possibility to specify branch policies by convention,</strong> as shown in <strong>Figure 6.</strong> This options is pretty recent, you can choose Cross-Repo policies, then add branch protection and finally specify the name of the branch to protect, develop in my example.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="http://www.codewrecks.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/SNAGHTML58a82a_thumb.png" /></p>
    <p><strong>Figure 6:</strong> <em>Cross repo policies</em></p>
    <p>Now you can specify policies for specific branches belonging to any repository in this Team Project, as an example you can enforce branch protection for all develop and master branches for every repository.</p>
    <p>If you are using Git in Azure DevOps I strongly suggesting you to have a deep look to all the options to use the tool at the full power.</p>
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    <p><strong>Azure DevOps Services | Azure DevOps Server 2019 | TFS 2018 - TFS 2013</strong></p>
    <p><strong>Note:</strong> <em>Azure DevOps Server was previously named Visual Studio Team Foundation Server.</em></p>
    <p>You can manage Azure DevOps Server more easily if you understand SQL Server, SQL ServerР’ Reporting Services, and how they both interact with Azure DevOps Server.</p>
    <h2>Interactions between Azure DevOps Server and SQL Server</h2>
    <p>The following table describes the databases that might be present in your deployment of Azure DevOps Server:</p>
    <p> <table> <thead> <tr> <th>Database</th> <th>Used If</th> <th>Description</th> </tr> </th> <tbody> <tr> <td>Tfs_Configuration</td> <td>Always</td> <td>Stores data that describes your deployment of Azure DevOps Server, including the name and location of the other databases.</td> </tr> <tr> <td>Tfs_<em>Collection</em></td> <td>Always</td> <td>One database for each project collection. Each database stores the data for the projects (version control, builds, and work items) in that collection.</td> </tr> <tr> <td>Tfs_Warehouse</td> <td>Reporting is configured</td> <td>Data from all project collections is collected and stored in tables that are optimized for reporting.</td> </tr> <tr> <td>Tfs_Analysis</td> <td>Reporting is configured</td> <td>Analysis Services database that organizes the data from the warehouse database into a cube structure..</td> </tr> <tr> <td>ReportServer</td> <td>Reporting is configured</td> <td>Stores reports and report configuration data for Reporting Services.</td> </tr> <tr> <td>ReportServer_TempDB</td> <td>Reporting is configured</td> <td>Stores temporary reporting data for Reporting Services.</td> </tr> <tr> <td>WSS_Config</td> <td>Integration with SharePoint Products is configured</td> <td>Stores configuration data about SharePoint Products.</td> </tr> <tr> <td>WSS_Content</td> <td>Integration with SharePoint Products is configured</td> <td>Stores the content for the SharePoint Products sites.</td> </tr> <tr> <td>WSS_AdminContent</td> <td>Integration with SharePoint Products is configured</td> <td>Stores the administration information for SharePoint Products.</td> </tr> </tbody> </table> </p>
    <p>The following diagram illustrates the logical architecture of a deployment of Azure DevOps Server that is integrated with both SQL Server Reporting Services and SharePoint Products:</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img style="float: left; margin: 0 10px 5px 0;" src="https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/devops/server/media/ic347963.png" /> <br />One advantage of storing all your data in a database is that it simplifies data management because you donРІ??t have to back up individual client computers.Р’ If you are familiar with backing up SQL ServerР’ databases, backing up and restoring Azure DevOps Server databases is similar.Р’</p>
    <p>Azure DevOps Server requires that collation settings are case insensitive, are accent sensitive, and are not binary. If you want to use an existing installation of SQL Server with Azure DevOps Server, you must verify that the collation settings meet these requirements. If they don't, installation ofР’ Azure DevOps ServerР’ fails. For more information, see SQL Server collation requirements for Azure DevOps Server</p>
    <p>SQL Server must be installed on a server (or servers) that has the appropriate trust levels configured between it and the server (or servers) that hosts the logical Azure DevOps application tier.</p>
    <h2>Interactions between Azure DevOps Server and SQL Server Reporting Services</h2>
    <p>SQL Server Reporting Services is considered part of the logical applicationР’ tier for Azure DevOps Server. However, Reporting Services does not have to be installed on the same physical server as other logical aspects of that application tier, such as SharePoint Products.</p>
    <p>When you configure user and group permissions and group membership in Azure DevOps Server, you must also manually configure role membership and permissions appropriately for those users and groups in Reporting Services. For more information, see SQL Server Reporting Services roles.</p>
    <p>In addition to configuring role membership and permissions in Reporting Services, you must also manage the report reader account that Azure DevOps ServerР’ uses to communicate with the report server. This account is frequently referred to as the data sources account for Reporting Services, or <em>TFSREPORTS</em>. Like the service account for Azure DevOps Server, the report reader account must be a member of a workgroup or domain that is trusted by every computer that connects to Azure DevOps Server. For more information, see Accounts required for installation of Azure DevOps Server.</p>
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    <h1>DevOps ? Deploy and Publish ASP.NET Core Application to Windows Server IIS</h1>
    <p>In this blog post, I will show you how I deploy and publish an ASP.NET Core web application to my Windows Server 2016 IIS 10 Server.</p>
    <p>When Developing application with Visual Studio or Visual Studio Code, we don?t always understand or know how to move the application from development to the real world.</p>
    <p>In this post, I will break down this process to there simple steps you can follow.</p>
    <h3>Install .NET Core Runtime and Hosting Bundle</h3>
    <p>The first step in this process will be preparing my Windows Server 2016 IIS 10 to host and run .NET Core applications.</p>
    <p>In my case, my application is running on ASP.NET Core 2.2.</p>
    <p>To run I need to install the ASP.NET Core Runtime and Hosting bundle on the server.</p>
    <p>Using the download link below, I will download the bundle and install it on my Server.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"> <img src="https://i2.wp.com/www.ntweekly.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/051019_0138_DevOpsDeplo1.png" /></p>
    <p>Below you can see the installation screen, and it is recommended to restart IIS after the installation is completed.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"> <img src="https://i0.wp.com/www.ntweekly.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/051019_0138_DevOpsDeplo2.png" /> <img src="https://i0.wp.com/www.ntweekly.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/051019_0138_DevOpsDeplo3.png" /></p>
    <h3>Publish .NET Core Application</h3>
    <p>After the server preparation, I will move to the application preparation.</p>
    <p>From Visual Studio 2019 or 2017 I right click on my application and click on Publish?</p>
    <p style="clear: both"> <img src="https://i0.wp.com/www.ntweekly.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/051019_0138_DevOpsDeplo4.png" /></p>
    <p>From the Pick a publish target screen I select Folder as the target and click browse to select a folder.</p>
    <p>Note that this is the runtime files of the application I will copy to the server.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"> <img src="https://i1.wp.com/www.ntweekly.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/051019_0138_DevOpsDeplo5.png" /></p>
    <p>Below, you can see all the Published files that bellowing to my application.</p>
    <p>You can notice that they are the runtime files only.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"> <img src="https://i1.wp.com/www.ntweekly.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/051019_0138_DevOpsDeplo6.png" /></p>
    <h3>Configure IIS 10</h3>
    <p>The final step will be to copy the Published files to the server and add a new IIS site.</p>
    <p>I have copied the files into a folder inside the c:\intpub\wwwroot folder on the server and now from the IIS console will add a new Website.</p>
    <p>After copying the file, I open the IIS 10 Console and click on sites, Right click and click on Add Website?</p>
    <p style="clear: both"> <img src="https://i0.wp.com/www.ntweekly.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/051019_0138_DevOpsDeplo7.png" /></p>
    <p>From the Add Website screen click I name my app and select the folder I copied the files to (Physical path).</p>
    <p>I Click OK to finish and set the binding settings.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"> <img src="https://i2.wp.com/www.ntweekly.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/051019_0138_DevOpsDeplo8.png" /></p>
    <p>Below, you can see my published application.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"> <img src="https://i1.wp.com/www.ntweekly.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/051019_0138_DevOpsDeplo9.png" /></p>
    <p>Publishing ASP.NET Core application to IIS is not a hard task however it requires understanding all the moving parts that make it happen.</p>
    <p>The first step in needed only once and the second two steps are the ones you will not follow for each new application.</p>
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    <h1>Example Build/Release Pipeline with Azure DevOps</h1>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://miro.medium.com/fit/c/96/96/2*gwB_521-xzFGuUvs2vOg9w.png" /></p>
    <p>My team recently inherited several C# Class Library repositories ? unfortunately, none of them had a proper build pipeline set up.</em></p>
    <p>I got the task of setting up the build/release pipeline in Azure DevOps.</em></p>
    <p>Here?s what I did.</em></p>
    <h1>Branching Strategy</h1>
    <p>Looking through the commit history, it looked like the previous team was using trunk development workflow. In other words, there was no branching strategy to speak of? all commits were pushed straight to master.</p>
    <p>While that works for some teams, it?s definitely not something my team is comfortable with. We use a variation of GitHub flow:</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://miro.medium.com/max/60/1*yV50uoat1HL_eqhWKdgiKA.png" /></p>
    <p>The main difference comes from the way we release:</p>
    <li>At any time during development, developers may trigger a pre-release by pushing tags.</li>
    <li>After merging to master, we trigger a production release by adding a tag. In our workflow, production tags are applied only after merging to master because we always squash merge pull requests.</em></li>
    <h1>The Project To Be Built</h1>
    <p>The codebase we inherited are private repos, so for demonstration purposes I?ve created an example project which has a similar structure to the way the private codebase was set up.</p>
    <p>Here?s what the project looks like:</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://miro.medium.com/max/60/1*2jAuPaKuCoEWg60WsuGBMA.png" /></p>
    <p>And here?s how the folder structure looks like:</p>
    <p>Based on our workflow, we have to cater for the following scenarios:</p>
    <li>Commits are pushed: Build & Test only</em></li>
    <li>Tags are pushed: Build, Test and Release (push to nuget repository)</em></li>
    <li>Pull requests: Build & Test only</em></li>
    <li>Daily builds: Build & Test only</em></li>
    <blockquote><p>Note: Daily builds became a requirement because in the past we?d inherited legacy code which had no active development in a year (sometimes even longer). And when we had to add a change or hotfix, we?d find the thing wouldn?t even build. Daily builds was our way of ensuring any code we were responsible for was, at the very least, healthy enough to build!</p></blockquote>
    <p>Additionally, we need to ensure the following:</p>
    <p>a) On release, verify that the tag conforms to semantic versioning. This is because nuget uses semantic versioning, and trying to push non-conforming packages to a nuget feed will result in errors</p>
    <p>b) No pushing directly to master branch</p>
    <p>c) Pull requests must be approved by another developer on the team</p>
    <p>d) When merging, pull requests must use squash merge</p>
    <p>If you?re just interested in what the azure-pipeline file looked like, here it is. I?ve left comments to explain what each section is for.</p>
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    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://media.webteam.puppet.com/uploads/2020/11/solutions_web_DevOps.png" /></p>
    <h2>What is DevOps?</h2>
    <p>DevOps is a way to release better software. It is not just technical tools or workflows. DevOps is also a cultural practice. DevOps produces better software, faster, by aligning development, staging, and deployment.</p>
    <h3>DevOps isn't one thing</h3>
    <p>While it is not a fixed methodology, automation and a collaborative culture are the foundation for accepted DevOps practices, which include:</p>
    <li>Measuring the things that have an impact on your organization?s goals</li>
    <li>Including all teams in the software delivery process from planning to production</li>
    <li>Automating the development pipeline and removing bottlenecks for faster delivery</li>
    <h3>DevOps culture & practices</h3>
    <p>DevOps culture and practices are key to aligning your software delivery cadence with your organization?s goals ? and to organizational success. In this video, hear experts Jez Humble, Gene Kim, Peter Richards and Jeffrey Snover talk about how a DevOps approach affects your business; its relationship to Agile and lean management principles; and the revolutionary change it represents for both IT and business.</p>
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    <p>Automation helps you move faster without sacrificing stability or security. Now is the time to take advantage of automation and proven practices to drive your team ? and your deployments ? forward.</p>
    <p>Puppet Enterprise lets you deliver infrastructure changes faster, release better software, and do it all more frequently with confidence.</p>
    <p> <i>Martin Jackson, a systems engineer at Walmart, talks about how DevOps practices bring Walmart corporate values to its IT operations.</i> </p>
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    <h3>Become a high performer faster with Puppet DevOps Consulting Services</h3>
    <p><strong>DevOps Maturity Assessment</strong> ? We use the DevOps ?CAMS? (Culture Automation Measurement Sharing) framework to understand where your teams are in their DevOps journeys, rapidly identifying bright spots of success to amplify and zeroing in on focus areas to quickly progress your entire department.</p>
    <p><strong>DevOps Toil Assessment</strong> ? We partner with you to build a concrete action plan for where to deploy automation in order to reclaim time for your teams and enable them to deliver on strategic initiatives faster.</p>
    <p><strong>DevOps Coaching</strong> ? Raise the performance of your team(s) quickly with a Puppet Solutions Architect to guide your team through adopting DevOps principles and rituals. Transition faster to new ways of working with confidence.</p>
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    <h1>Decoding DevOps</h1>
    <p>Senior IT managers are putting their best foot forward by harnessing DevOps to bring in agility in the business processes and enhance growth</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://www.itnext.in/sites/default/files/styles/article_image/public/nature_0.jpg" /></p>
    <blockquote><p>'IT mangers can no longer stick to just provisioning of infrastructure. Most development today happens in agile methodology' --MS Kiran, Director ? DevOps Technology, [24]7</p></blockquote>
    <p>Organisations always want to be agile and more efficient. However, traditionally the functional silos of operations and development have poor intertwining relations. The initiative called DevOps that brings together the two teams on a collaborative platform makes sense in many ways for businesses to grow.While this reinforces the integration between two teams, the approach also steers clear of dysfunctions that arise out of the silo culture.</p>
    <p>Most large organisations are already leveraging it to ensure continuous delivery with enhanced collaboration. As against the orthodox development methodology where the focus used to beon stability, DevOps aims at bringing applications faster without compromising on performance.</p>
    <p>The key benefit with DevOps is high quality applications at reduced costs associated with fixing bugs and applying patches later. It is more of a collaborative approach where the IT operations and application life cycle development and management are tightly coupled resulting in improved communicationa mong peers, establishing a more cohesive learning environment within the organisation. '60 per cent of data center application failures are the result of faulty deployment and uncoordinated changes,' says a report. DevOps standardises coordination between the teams, thus bringing in agility toorganisations with reduced gaps between.</p>
    <p>The initiative also standardises the coordination of development and operations, which results in accelerated delivery of products.</p>
    <p><strong>The cultural shift<br /></strong>The ultimate objective of DevOps is to bring in agility, reducing the product cycle-time from idea inception and delivering the value toyour users. So, by deploying DevOps, enterprises can automate continuous delivery, and facilitate real-time collaboration betweendevelopment and IT.</p>
    <p>This also helps enterprises establish standardand protocols to reduce product lifecycles. DevOps is not really about processes but about cultural shifts, says MS Kiran, Director ?DevOps Technology, [24]7. When asked why IT managers should take cognizance of DevOps, hesays, ?IT mangers can no longer stick to just provisioning ofinfrastructure and maintaining the same.? He adds, ?Currently,most development happens in agile methodology; IT shouldget involved from day one on technologies to be used for provisioning the infrastructure and deployments.?IT should be around to troubleshoot and offer a faster feedback mechanism which will contribute to real agile development, Kiran adds.</p>
    <p>In today?s rapidly changing world, one of the key aspects of software is building generic products, and pivoting these to numerous customers till the right segment is found. The sameis true for enterprises where one given solution does not fit the requirements of all customer segments until it is tweaked to do so.</p>
    <p>Therefore, development teams are required to be geared up with multiple skills including knowledge of multiple programming platforms, test first and develop later attitude, and a deep understanding of design, says Jayanth Bagare, Product Owner,Custom Development & Strategic Engagements, SAP Labs India.</p>
    <p>They should be accustomed to continuous integration withthe markets either through the sales team or with the customer directly, and deliver in extremely fast turnaround time. From an operations perspective, getting simpler legal definitions, pricing, customer release and support is critical, as today?scustomers are flooded with choice.</p>
    <p>Plus, if the conversation is not simplified, the risk of losing customers is pertinent.</p>
    <p><strong>Cross functional visibility<br /></strong>The lack of right resources in a crunch situation is a problem facedby many project and product managers. At the same time, there are developers who have some amountof free bandwidth at various points of time, says Vidyasagar Reddy, a Senior Developer with SAP Labs India.</p>
    <p>DevOps helps keeps employee engagement and motivation high, as it allows for cross team visibility and new learning, says the developer who is a part of the DevOps project.</p>
    <p>Development and operations teams can benefit from insights into each other?sprocesses, and measure progress. Getting to know work priorities on the other side help steer clear of confusion, thus leading to efficiency.</p>
    <p><strong>The role of IT<br /></strong> Having a strategy in place for implementing DevOps isimportant. Instead of thinking how IT can change the world, you should think of how business situations enforce changes in IT systems. So, the IT team has lead to make sure everything isin place to embark on DevOps. It has to ensure eliminating the gaps between skills and workforce availability.</p>
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    Organisations always want to be agile and more efficient. However, traditionally the functional silos of operations and development have poor intertwining relations. The initiative called DevOps that brings together the two teams on a collaborative platform makes sense in many ways for businesses to grow.While this reinforces the integration between two teams, the approach also steers clear of dysfunctions that arise out of the silo culture.
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    <h1>Automating the creation of work items in Azure DevOps (from Powershell and from Dynamics 365 Business Central)</h1>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://demiliani.files.wordpress.com/2020/05/azuredevopspowershelltaskcreation_07.jpg" /></p>
    <p>If you?re using Azure DevOps in yor organization for the entire product lifecycle, you know for sure that you can handle also all your project management activities by using <em>work items</em>, <em>boards</em>, <em>backlogs</em>, <em>sprints</em> and so on. I?ve talked about that in the past here.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"> <img src="https://demiliani.files.wordpress.com/2018/12/azuredevops_04.jpg" /></p>
    <p>What personally we use a lot internally is the <strong>Work Items</strong> feature. By using work items you can track anything, from a task to do, a feature to implement, an impediment, an epic and a bug. You can open work items inside a project and assign those items to your team members easily:</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://demiliani.files.wordpress.com/2020/05/azuredevopsworkitems_01.jpg" /></p>
    <p>The interesting part is that you can also commit code linked to a work item or to a bug for a complete tracking directly from Visual Studio Code or Visual Studio.</p>
    <p>I think that when you start using those features widely, the first thing that comes to your mind is: can I automate the creation of a task or a bug, or in general any work item? This can be useful expecially if you want to permit to external users to open bugs for example.</p>
    <p>Azure DevOps offers a set of REST APIs for automating the creation of things and for reading data from external applications. You can see the available APIs here.</p>
    <p>We?ve automated the creation of tasks and bugs (or more in general, the creation of work items) by using an external application. Here I want to share a solution for doing this that uses a simple Powershell script.</p>
    <p>To access the Azure DevOps REST APIs you need to be authenticated and so you need to create a Personal Access Token for your organization (top right corner, click on the user icon and select <strong>Personal access tokens</strong>).</p>
    <p>For authentication, you need to send a <em>Basic</em> authentication header with the access token you have created to the url of your organization (<em>https://dev.azure.com/OrganizationName</em>).</p>
    <p style="clear: both"> <img src="https://demiliani.files.wordpress.com/2020/05/azuredevopspowershelltaskcreation_01.png" /></p>
    <p>To create a work item, you need to send a POST request to the workitems API by passing a JSON body that defines your work item (JSON array). More details can be found here. The script to create a work item with the type you want is as follows:</p>
    <p style="clear: both"> <img src="https://demiliani.files.wordpress.com/2020/05/azuredevopspowershelltaskcreation_02-1.png" /></p>
    <p>When executed, this is the output in Powershell:</p>
    <p style="clear: both"> <img src="https://demiliani.files.wordpress.com/2020/05/azuredevopspowershelltaskcreation_03.png" /></p>
    <p>and these are my tasks and bugs created from Powershell in Azure DevOps:</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://demiliani.files.wordpress.com/2020/05/azuredevopspowershelltaskcreation_04.png" /></p>
    <p>You can find the script here. Quite interesting if you want to automate work items creation from external events isn?t it?</p>
    <p>And what about if you want to create a system for opening tasks and bugs (or other work items) directly from Dynamics 365 Business Central? You can create an extension that permits you to insert a work item and then calls the Azure DevOps REST API.</p>
    <p>As an example, I?ve created an extension with a table that stores my opened work items in Dynamics 365 Business Central as follows:</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://demiliani.files.wordpress.com/2020/05/azuredevopspowershelltaskcreation_06.jpg" /></p>
    <p>Then I?ve created a list page as a UI for opening a work item. On this page I have an action that takes all the work items not sent to Azure DevOps and then sends them to Azure DevOps by calling its REST API. Code for the page is omitted here (very easy to do):</p>
    <p style="clear: both"> <img src="https://demiliani.files.wordpress.com/2020/05/azuredevopspowershelltaskcreation_07.jpg" /></p>
    <p>The business logic for calling the Azure DevOps REST API is defined in a codeunit as follows:</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://demiliani.files.wordpress.com/2020/05/azuredevopspowershelltaskcreation_08.jpg" /></p>
    <p>What happens here? For each work item inserted into Dynamics 365 Business Central, a JSON representation is created, the REST API is called and the work item is created into the selected Azure DevOps project:</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://demiliani.files.wordpress.com/2020/05/azuredevopspowershelltaskcreation_05.jpg" /></p>
    <p>This sample can obviously be improved. For example you should parse the API response (JSON) in order to retrieve the Azure DevOps ID for the work item and store this ID into the Dynamics 365 Business Central table for traceability and so on but I think you?ve learned now that you can automate your DevOps processes also from scripts or directly from your ERP.</p>
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    If you're using Azure DevOps in yor organization for the entire product lifecycle, you know for sure that you can handle also all your project management activities by using work items, boards, backlogs, sprints and so on. I've talked about that in the past here. What personally we use a lot internally is the Work&hellip;
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    <h1>Everest Group names Capgemini a Leader in DevOps Services</h1>
    <p>The DevOps Services PEAK Matrix 2019 assessment, analyzed the capabilities of twenty providers, based on its evaluation criteria of vision and capability along with market impact.</p>
    <p><strong>Paris, October 17, 2019 ? Capgemini announced that it has been named a Leader in Everest Group?s inaugural PEAK MatrixTM [1] assessment for DevOps Services. Capgemini was recognized for its ?<em>well-articulated DevOps vision encompassing organizational design, culture, architecture, process and automation.</em>?</strong></p>
    <p>The DevOps Services PEAK Matrix 2019 assessment, analyzed the capabilities of twenty providers, based on its evaluation criteria of vision and capability along with market impact. The report further recognized Capgemini?s ?<em>wide range of DevOps solutions catering to unique enterprise demands across low to high levels of DevOps maturity.</em>?</p>
    <p>Andr? Cichowlas, Head of Delivery at Capgemini, said: ?<em>We are thrilled to be recognized as a Leader by Everest Group in its inaugural DevOps PEAK Matrix. Capgemini?s wide range of DevOps services are built to break down the silos within which many businesses still continue to operate. We are committed to helping our customers in their journey to improve their IT agility and user experience; our end to end DevOps capabilities support organizations to drive innovation and enable collaboration that delivers applications faster, with higher quality, and reduced cost.</em>?</p>
    <p>Noting the important role that DevOps plays in applications management, Gopalakrishnan Krishnamurthi, Capgemini?s Group offering Leader for ADMNext said: ?<em>Our prime focus in ADMnext is an industry specific and insights driven approach to transformation. Here, DevOps fortifies the benefits by leveraging the Cloud platform and Microservices to provide business agility and time to market. Due to its vast nature, Capgemini?s ADM engagements have become the lynchpin in laying out enterprise Agile and DevOps for our customers.</em>?</p>
    <p>?<em>Enterprises are increasingly embracing DevOps to enhance their business performance by accelerating software time-to-market. We see enterprises across different stages of maturity challenged by siloed adoption, change management issues, and the lack of skilled talent to drive full value realization from DevOps. Capgemini?s range of DevOps solutions enables it to meet enterprise demands across different levels of maturity. It leverages a flexible approach to drive client satisfaction,</em>? said Yugal Joshi, Vice President, Everest Group.</p>
    <p>The DevOps Services assessment highlights that leading service providers are leveraging Artificial Intelligence to make substantial business impacts and are helping enterprises to enable enhanced stakeholder and developer experience by incorporating a feedback mechanism in the DevOps lifecycle.</p>
    <p>To access a custom version of the report, please click here.</p>
    <p><em>[1] The PEAK Matrix is a framework to assess the relative market success and overall capability of service providers. Service providers are positioned on the PEAK Matrix based on evaluation across two key dimensions: market impact measured by the market adoption, portfolio mix, and value delivered, and vision & capability measured by vision and strategy, delivery footprint, innovation and investments, and scope of services offered.</em></p>
    <p><strong>About Capgemini</strong></p>
    <p>Capgemini is a global leader in consulting, digital transformation, technology, and engineering services. The Group is at the forefront of innovation to address the entire breadth of clients? opportunities in the evolving world of cloud, digital and platforms. Building on its strong 50-year heritage and deep industry-specific expertise, Capgemini enables organizations to realize their business ambitions through an array of services from strategy to operations. A responsible and multicultural company of 265,000 people in nearly 50 countries, Capgemini?s purpose is to unleash human energy through technology for an inclusive and sustainable future. With Altran, the Group reported 2019 combined global revenues of ?17 billion.</p>
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    <h1>The Enterprisers Project</h1>
    <h2>A community helping CIOs and IT leaders solve problems</h2>
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    <h1>Gene Kim: Learn about DevOps directly from the pros</h1>
    <h1>Gene Kim: Learn about DevOps directly from the pros</h1>
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    <p>If you?re interested in learning more about the DevOps movement, one of the best people to speak with is Gene Kim. Kim?s passion for DevOps is contagious, as it should be given that he co-wrote one of the most popular books on the subject, ?The Phoenix Project: A Novel about IT, DevOps, and Helping Your Business Win? and is working on the upcoming ?The DevOps Cookbook.?</p>
    <p>We recently caught up with Kim to find out why he?s so passionate about DevOps, the barriers that he believes keep organizations from adopting a DevOps model, and why he?s hosting the upcoming DevOps Enterprise Summit on Oct. 21-23 in the San Francisco Bay Area (see promo code for discounted registration at the end of the article). Here?s what he had to say:</p>
    <p><strong>The Enterprisers Project (TEP): What makes DevOps so attractive to you?</strong></p>
    <p><strong>Gene Kim:</strong> I believe the DevOps movement is important because it provides an answer to a problem I?ve studied for 15 years, which is ?how do we create high performing IT organizations?? Around 2006, I started to see this downward spiral that happened in every IT organization ? large and small companies across every industry vertical ? and we knew that operations and security working together effectively was part of the answer. But it wasn't the whole answer.</p>
    <p>DevOps made it obvious that you need not only Ops and Security working together, but also Dev working together to enable the fast flow of work from development through operations, so customers can get value ? it was a like a missing piece of the puzzle. It really showed that it takes the entire IT tribe to be working together to get these incredible outcomes that we didn?t even think possible five years ago.</p>
    <p>Something I love about the DevOps community is that you see the concept of ?boundary spanning? everywhere you look. Theo Schlossnagle once said ?DevOps is a lousy term, because it?s prone to misinterpretation and it?s incomplete.? He asked, ?Where is the product owners, where is test, where is network engineering, where are the DBAs?? It takes the entire village to be mobilized to achieve the goal.</p>
    <p><strong>TEP: What do you think are the biggest barriers holding back most enterprises from moving to a DevOps model?</strong></p>
    <p><strong>Kim:</strong> All too often, I hear from senior management, ?We?re not Google, Amazon, Twitter, or Spotify. We're a Fortune 50 company that?s been around for a 150 years, so obviously, DevOps is not for us.? That couldn?t be further from the truth. Almost every Fortune 500 company is as reliant upon IT as Facebook and Google. That?s one of the reasons why I?m hosting the upcoming DevOps Enterprise Summit. We're having 50 of the top leaders and practitioners in the field showing how they have implemented DevOps principles and practices in large, complex organizations like GE Capital, Barclays Capital, Macy?s, Nordstrom, Target, and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.</p>
    <p>In my opinion, each one of these stories is just as technically complex as what you would see in a Google or Facebook,and they're also an incredible tale of bravery and courage, where people started extremely disruptive and innovative projects, often in a low-trust, command-and-control culture. Doing this often puts them tremendous personal jeopardy, but they do it because they know it's the ?right thing to do.?</p>
    <p><strong>TEP: Do you think we?ve reached a point today where most enterprise CIOs have a true understanding of what DevOps really is and why it can be beneficial? Do you find that IT leaders understand it and they?re just not implementing it, or do you think there is still sort of this ?I?m not sure how this can work for me? mentality out there?</strong></p>
    <p><strong>Kim:</strong> I think we're in the very early inning. In the Geoffrey Moore adoption curve, the unicorns like Facebook, Etsy, Amazon, are the innovators and early adopters. The organizations that we?re assembling at the DevOps Enterprise Summit are the early majority. My hope is that by showcasing these amazing DevOps stories from some of the most recognized brands from every major industry vertical, we can demonstrate that the DevOps narrative is more than just for unicorns ? it is for every organization on the planet as well.</p>
    <p><strong>Friends of The Enterprisers Project can use promo code ?ENTERPRISER20? for a 20 percent discount on registration to DevOps Enterpriser Summit, which runs Oct. 21-23 in the San Francisco Bay Area. The promo code works through Oct. 10.</strong></p>
    <p><em>Gene is a multiple award winning CTO, researcher and author. He was founder and CTO of Tripwire for 13 years. He has written three books, including ?The Visible Ops Handbook? and ?The Phoenix Project: A Novel About IT, DevOps, and Helping Your Business Win." Gene is a huge fan of IT operations, and how it can enable developers to maximize throughput of features from ?code complete? to ?in production,? without causing chaos and disruption to the IT environment.</em></p>
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    <h2>Microsoft DevLabs</h2>
    <h1>Estimate 2</h1>
    <h2>Important information for users of version 1 (8/23/2019):</h2>
    <p>Version 1 of the extension will be turned off in a few days. Please talk to your admin to upgrade to Version 2 otherwise you won't be able to connect to sesions.</p>
    <p>Play Planning Poker in Azure DevOps. Select work from an iteration, query, or your backlog, estimate the effort of those items with your team, and immediately update the work items.</p>
    <p><strong>8/28/2019</strong> - 2.2.0</p>
    <li>Allow restricting selecting work items/commiting values to the creator of the session #43</li>
    <p><strong>7/3/2019</strong> - 2.1.0</p>
    <li>Public release of <strong>Estimate 2</strong></li>
    <p><strong>2/1/2019</strong> - 2.0.0</p>
    <li>First beta release of the new Estimate version</li>
    <p><strong>11/3/2016</strong> - 1.0.19</p>
    <li>Fixes backend connection problems.</li>
    <p><strong>4/5/2016</strong> - 1.0.13</p>
    <li>Improved support for projects created from an inherited process.</li>
    <p><strong>4/2/2016</strong> - 1.0.11</p>
    <li>Bugfixes for projects created from CMMI template</li>
    <p><strong>3/27/2016</strong> - 1.0.8</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><ul>
    <li>Performance optimizations</li>
    <li>Non-numeric card selections are now indicated as a warning when being revealed: <img style="float: left; margin: 0 10px 5px 0;" src="https://ms-devlabs.gallerycdn.vsass...928692/marketplace/images/updates/warning.gif" /></li>
    <li>Improved support for Internet Explorer 11 when revealing cards</li>
    <h2>Estimate work items from your backlog.</h2>
    <p>Select any number of items on your backlog and start a new session from the context menu.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://ms-devlabs.gallerycdn.vsass...928692/marketplace/images/backlog-context.png" /></p>
    <h2>. or in an iteration</h2>
    <p>Estimate all work items in an iteration.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://ms-devlabs.gallerycdn.vsass...928692/marketplace/images/start-iteration.png" /></p>
    <h2>Work with your team in real-time</h2>
    <p>See immediately who has joined the session, who has selected a card, who has picked which estimate.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://ms-devlabs.gallerycdn.vsass...200928692/marketplace/images/team-members.png" /></p>
    <h2>Update your work items as you go</h2>
    <p>Each estimation is saved to your work items as soon as you have estimated</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://ms-devlabs.gallerycdn.vsass...67200928692/marketplace/images/work-items.png" /></p>
    <h1>Quick steps to get started</h1>
    <h2>Starting a new session</h2>
    <li>Start a new session from the backlog context menu or use the <em>Estimate</em> hub and select an iteration</li>
    <li>Share the generated link with your team members, so that they are able to join</li>
    <li>Once all members have joined, everyone picks a card</li>
    <li>After everyone has picked a card, click Reveal to reveal everyone's estimate</li>
    <li>Select and commit the final estimate</li>
    <li>Move on to the next work item. Estimates are automatically saved to the work items.</li>
    <p>After you are done, you can end the session.</p>
    <h2>Joining an existing session</h2>
    <p style="clear: both">There are two ways to join an existing session, use a direct link, or pick an existing session from the <em>Estimate</em> hub <img style="float: left; margin: 0 10px 5px 0;" src="https://ms-devlabs.gallerycdn.vsass...00928692/marketplace/images/join-existing.png" /></p>
    <blockquote><p>Microsoft DevLabs is an outlet for experiments from Microsoft, experiments that represent some of the latest ideas around developer tools. Solutions in this category are designed for broad usage, and you are encouraged to use and provide feedback on them; however, these extensions are not supported nor are any commitments made as to their longevity.</p></blockquote>
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    <h1>Be free to focus on your bottom line.</h1>
    <h4>We'll focus on increasing uptime, reducing time to market, and lowering overhead and infrastructure costs.</h4>
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    <p>?Teams that practice DevOps deploy 30x more frequently, have 60x fewer failures, and recover 160x faster.? <br /></p>
    <li>Maximize the stability of your operating environment.</li>
    <li>Accelerated delivery of product features.</li>
    <li>Happy teams that are more productive.</li>
    <li>Have time to focus on what matters.</li>
    <p style="clear: both"> <img src="https://prominentedge.com/img/devops-toolchain.svg" /></p>
    <h1>Team Augmentation</h1>
    <h4>Rely on our experts to help hit your deadlines or to fill in the knowledge gaps that may exist on your team!</h4>
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    <p>When we work based on assumptions or just our own experiences, we often fail to notice what the user experience could be like for our users. This means we can easily miss opportunities to improve our service or product to meet their needs - ultimately resulting in lost revenue.</p>
    <p>Ahh, we?ve heard this one before. Unfortunately not everyone believes that investing in UX is worthwile, but lets be honest with each other - <strong>UX is what separates a poor business from a successful one.</strong></p>
    <p>Take for example, a user who encounters a negative experience with your product or company. It is likely that he or she won?t forgive and will never come back. This equates to lost content and conversion opportunities, distrust, lost user retention, and ultimately a hit on your bottom line. The first impression is the last impression here, so you have to be very careful!</p>
    <p>How can we mitigate the risk of a poor experience? You guessed it! Through UX. Clearly understanding <strong>why</strong> customers come to your site and <strong>what</strong> they need benefits both the business and audience. It allows us to provide an optimized user experience that provides true value.</p>
    <p>How does a UX Designer fit into my team? There are different approaches to working with a UX Designer and each is dependent on myriad of project-specific factors. The UX Designer must wear many hats: they must work very closely with product managers to understand requirements and business intent; with developers and testers to ensure everything is implemented according to the UX specifications; with stakeholders to defend the user experience and to move the needle in the right direction (what the user needs v.s. what the stakeholder wants).</p>
    <p>Absolutely! The exact ROI is hard to quantify since each product has different metrics, but the general rule of thumb in organizations that routinely focus on improving UI/UX is that every dollar <strong>returns $10-$100!</strong> But, don?t just take our word for it, see what Forbes has to say about it.</i> </p>
    <p>How long does it take? Time spent on UX is variable. Each project is unique and will have a different set of constraints, scope, and problem to solve. How does investing UX make my life easier? The benefits of good UX can be realized across all areas of a company or product lifecycle. By understanding your business and users, decision-making is dramatically simplified because the guesswork is taken out of the equation.</p>
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    <h1>Improving Angular CI Build Time Using Azure DevOps ?Cache Task?</h1>
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    <h4>Wael Kdouh</h4>
    <h4>Mar 4 В· 5 min read</h4>
    <p>In an era where Continuous Integration/Continuous Deployment (CI/CD) is the norm, improving build times becomes a necessity for a successful DevOps strategy. One of the essential factors that lead to improved build times is eliminating the waste. When building an Angular application this means avoiding downloading the same npm packages after each build. Not only is it a time consuming process but it also introduces several unnecessary API calls.</p>
    <p>This problem historically exist e d when using hosted build agents since each time a build is triggered a new VM is allocated and thus any previously cached npm packages are lost. One way to get around this is to use a self-hosted build agent. Whereas this is an effective technique it may not always be a feasible solution. Fortunately, Azure DevOps now offers a new build task called cache task. This task works like any other task and is added to the steps section of a job. When a cache step is encountered during a run, the task will restore the cache based on the provided inputs. If no cache is found, the step completes and the next step in the job is run. After all steps in the job have run and assuming a successful job status, a special ?save cache? step is run for each ?restore cache? step that was not skipped. This step is responsible for saving the cache.</p>
    <h1>Cache Task</h1>
    <p>To demonstrate the cache task in action I went ahead and created a simple build pipeline that builds an Angular application. As shown below the build pipeline is comprised of three different tasks. The first task restores the npm packages, the second task builds the Angular application, and the third task publishes the artifacts to be used by the release pipeline. As shown below, the npm installation task takes 1m 19s to complete. This is a significant amount of time for something that rarely changes between build runs.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://miro.medium.com/max/60/1*RaJ8dV2BCTrCIvNwc_XIYg.png" /></p>
    <p>In order to avoid downloading the same npm packages after each build I introduced the cache task to my build pipeline as shown below. key should be set to the identifier for the cache you want to restore or save. Keys are composed of a combination of string values, file paths, or file patterns, where each segment is separated by a | character. I used the file pattern which is a comma-separated list of glob-style wildcard pattern that must match at least one file. In this example the key will be a hash of the package-lock.json file which lives in the root level.</p>
    <p>In the future, any modifications to the package-lock.json file will invalidate the cache which would prompt restoring the npm packages again.</p>
    <p>path should be set to the directory to populate the cache from (on save) and to store files in (on restore). It can be absolute or relative. Relative paths are resolved against $(System.DefaultWorkingDirectory) . I set the path to the node_modules folder since it includes the downloaded npm packages that I am trying to cache.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://miro.medium.com/max/60/1*siS0NRERxx61BwNzanRGvg.png" /></p>
    <p>If you look closely at the build run below you will notice that the first time the build is run there is a cache miss as the cache doesn?t exist yet. The cache is then resolved to the key which is the hash code of the package-lock.json file.</p>
    <blockquote> <p>Note:</strong> At this point nothing has been cached yet. Once the npm installation step runs there is a post-job:cache npm packages step that gets added by the cache task that caches the npm packages.</p></blockquote>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://miro.medium.com/max/60/1*bGnWWVTYmlsChrW6qb1SEg.png" /></p>
    <p>Once the packages are cached, all subsequent runs will use the cached node_modules. As you can see below the npm package installation finished in 30s instead of the original 1m 19s.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://miro.medium.com/max/60/1*PQKXiCMhRsy6Ds_U6Bl2tw.png" /></p>
    <h1>Optimistic Cache Restoration</h1>
    <p>The cache task provides a ?Cache hit variable? that can be tapped into in later tasks in the pipeline. As shown below I defined the variable ?CachRestored? which I utilize to optionally skip the npm install step.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://miro.medium.com/max/60/1*6SpCQor2UR3tyq6PDJPKvQ.png" /></p>
    <p>I had to revisit the npm install task to conditionally run it when there is a cache miss in the cache task. I achieve that by tapping into the ?CacheRestored? which is only set to true upon a cache hit.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://miro.medium.com/max/60/1*tUHBntgEir_wGEXENu8dFw.png" /></p>
    <p>As you can see below the npm install task was skipped when there was a cache hit. This provided an additional performance boost by reducing the build time by an additional 29s (dropped from 30s to 1s).</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://miro.medium.com/max/60/1*23o9oFQjlo6wYElG_PwCTw.png" /></p>
    <p>As demonstrated above I was able to drop the build time from 5m 10s</strong> to 2m 34s</strong> which is roughly a 50% reduction</strong> in build time. This is a significant saving especially when you factor in the fact that you will run the build several times a day. This can quickly add up to hours of saved build time each day.</p>
    <p>In a future blog post I will look into achieving similar build time savings for containerized Angular applications. Specifically, I will try to achieve caching for different docker layers. Stay tuned!</p>
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    <h1>Azure repos</h1>
    <p>Redocly is integrated with Azure Repos (which is part of Azure DevOps). You can trigger workflows in Redocly automatically when you commit or open a pull request.</p>
    <li>An organization configured in Redocly that is on the enterprise plan.</li>
    <li>An Azure Repos account</li>
    <p>Connect Azure Repos to Redocly</h2></p>
    <p>Redocly integrates by using a personal access token to authenticate to Azure Repos.</p>
    <li>Create a personal access token</li>
    <p>The personal access token should have custom defined scopes set with read & write code access.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"> <img src="https://redoc.ly/static/ac5129905d29001ae77ba2818ff39c80/c6bbc/azure-pat-scopes.png" /></p>
    <p>Read the Azure docs to learn how to create a personal access token. Be sure to note Azure DevOps has a current and preview features which have different locations for finding where to generate your personal access token.</p>
    <li>Navigate to the <strong>Org Settings</strong> page by browser to https://app.redoc.ly/org/ /settings . You can select it in the navigation menu.</li>
    <p style="clear: both"> <img src="https://redoc.ly/static/8360df6a4a6368123a7b076322645e48/91e7e/org-settings.png" /></p>
    <li>Scroll down to the <strong>Azure settings</strong> section of the page, and fill the form. Enter the <strong>Organization name</strong> as it appears in your Azure account. Then, enter your personal access token that you created there. Click to <strong>Save Azure Settings</strong>.</li>
    <p style="clear: both"> <img src="https://redoc.ly/static/25484e5df7f6f4ae3269ce7def9a502b/c6bbc/org-settings-azure-settings.png" /></p>
    <p>In case you have already connected to Azure, you can update your token by clicking <strong>Change</strong>, changing your token, and then clicking <strong>Update Azure Settings</strong>.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"> <img src="https://redoc.ly/static/224c820c716.../8c857/org-settings-azure-settings-update.png" /></p>
    <p>You've now connected Azure Repos to Redocly.</p>
    <p>Create a project</h2></p>
    <p>You will be able to create a new project and select Azure as your source.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"> <img src="https://redoc.ly/static/d3295c5dfa97a92a8f393794e44c1960/c6bbc/choose-source-azure.png" /></p>
    <p>Then click <strong>Next</strong> to continue to the next screen, where you select your <strong>Repository</strong>.</p>
    <p>Once you selected, you can select your production branch. We also recommend to select the <strong>Build PR as previews</strong> which will trigger workflows to build a preview of your docs.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"> <img src="https://redoc.ly/static/73bd87a7c4c378c829b468ed11fd8cdf/c6bbc/source-settings-azure.png" /></p>
    <p>Finally, you will give your project a name.</p>
    <p>Testing Azure Repos with your project</h2></p>
    <p>This section provides a follow-along demo of using the Azure Repos connection.</p>
    <li>An Azure Repo with a valid OpenAPI definition or Developer Portal.</li>
    <li>A project, configured with the <strong>Build PR as previews</strong> as described above.</li>
    <li>Git knowledge.</li>
    <p>Trigger a preview</h3></p>
    <li>Clone your repo, if you haven't already.</li>
    <li>Create a branch, and make a minor change.</li>
    <li>Commit and push to the Azure Repos origin.</li>
    <li>Open a pull request.</li>
    <li>Check the Project overview screen or the Project builds screen. A preview build should be triggered.</li>
    <p style="clear: both"> <img src="https://redoc.ly/static/cc93024b5a5881cac081cc98429efb5c/c6bbc/project-overview-preview.png" /></p>
    <li>Upon completion you should see a comment on your pull request with a link to the preview of your docs.</li>
    <p>In the example, we utilized a service user account. A service user is a user created in Azure Repos whose primary purpose is to generate a personal access token for use by a 3rd party service (like Redocly).</p>
    <p>It's considered a good practice to create a service user.</p>
    <p>When the build completes and is successful, Redocly posts a comment from the service user with the link to the preview.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"> <img src="https://redoc.ly/static/b80f01567421ff67fd6022e08d8bde49/c6bbc/azure-build-success.png" /></p>
    <p>If the build fails, Redocly posts a comment from the service user with a link the build logs where you can find more details for the cause of the failure (such as an invalid API definition).</p>
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    <h1>?? Azure Pipelines ???????docker?????????</h1>
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    <p>Azure DevOps Pipeline ??????????????????????????????????? Github ? Marketplace ??? Azure Pipeline?????? Azure DevOps Pipeline?</p>
    <h2>?? Docker ????????</h2>
    <li>push ?????? docker ??????docker hub</li>
    <li>ssh ?????????</li>
    <p>??docker image ????????????????????????ssh????????????????</p>
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    <p>????????? Github ??????????????</p>
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    <p>???? variables ????????????????? imageName ?????? docker ?????</p>
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    <p>We are moving our Azure DevOps organization from a free subscription to a paid subscription. I used a free AAD for the users. Unfortunately I cannot see the DevOps organization in the free AAD to disconnect it.</p>
    <p>We need to disconnect from the old AAD and connect to the new AAD bound to our Windows AD.</p>
    <p>It is not necessary to migrate the users. I will disconnect their old credentials from the security groups, and connect the new ones.</p>
    <p>Can we simply connect the DevOps organization to the new AAD?</p>
    <h3>All replies</h3>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://i1.social.s-msft.com/globalresources/Images/trans.gif" /></p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://i1.social.s-msft.com/globalresources/Images/trans.gif" /></p>
    <p>So, it seems that the new DevOps has been created in a new Subscription with a new Azure AD Tenant. If that be the case, you will have to create all your users and groups in the new tenant once again - i.e. if you do not want to associate the DevOps Subscription to your old free Azure AD Tenant.</p>
    <p>One thing to consider here is that - if you have a paid Azure Subscription, does not necessarily mean that you have a paid Azure AD Tenant as well. Every subscription comes with a free Azure AD Tenant, unless you opt for the Basic or Premium paid tenant as well.</p>
    <p>Now, if you have the Basic or Premium Tenant, you would have to re-create the users and the groups to the new tenant. <br /></p>
    <p>However, if the tenant with the DevOps Subscription is a free tenant in itself - I would suggest you to associate the Subscription to the old tenant. Refer - To associate an existing subscription to your Azure AD directory</p>
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    <h1>JMeter & Azure DevOps Build Release Pipeline</h1>
    <table> <tr> <td style="padding-right:.1em"> <img src="http://www.jmeter-archive.org/images/view-classic.gif" /></td> <td style="padding-right:1.1em">Classic</td> <td style="padding-right:.1em"><img src="http://www.jmeter-archive.org/images/view-list.gif" /> </td> <td style="padding-right:1.1em">List </td> <td style="padding-right:.1em"><img src="http://www.jmeter-archive.org/images/view-threaded.gif" /> </td> <td style="padding-right:1.1em">Threaded </td> </tr> </table>
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    <h2>JMeter & Azure DevOps Build Release Pipeline</h2>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="http://www.jmeter-archive.org/images/avatar100.png" /><img src="http://www.jmeter-archive.org/images/online.png" /></p>
    <p>I want to incorporate a JMeter script into my Azure Devops Build and Release pipeline. According to these articles https://devblogs.microsoft.com/devops/cloud-based-load-testing-service-eol/ and https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/devops/test/load-test/overview?view=azure-devops, the cloud-based load testing service will no longer be available after March 31, 2020. This includes running a load tests in a CI/CD pipeline using the load testing tasks.</p>
    <p>Has anyone successfully implemented an alternative? What was the approach?</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="http://www.jmeter-archive.org/images/arrow.png" /></p>
    <h2>Re: JMeter & Azure DevOps Build Release Pipeline</h2>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="http://www.jmeter-archive.org/images/avatar100.png" /><img src="http://www.jmeter-archive.org/images/online.png" /></p>
    <p>From memory the load test service provided by Azure used a really old (3.2) <br />version of JMeter that was an indication of their priority in maintaining <br />the service.</p>
    <p>In the Azure Devops pipeline, I used a Maven task that incorporated the <br />JMeter Maven plugin and the Lightning plugin to run a test and generate the <br />JUnit pass/fail result and that worked quite well.</p>
    <p>On Sat, Jan 4, 2020 at 3:00 AM Eric Rubin wrote: <br /></p>
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    <h2>Re: JMeter & Azure DevOps Build Release Pipeline</h2>
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    <p>Forgot to include on the previous reply, but that's my standard advice when <br />incorporating performance testing into any build pipeline, whether its <br />Jenkins, Azure Devops, Teamcity, Github Actions, etc.</p>
    <p>On Mon, Jan 6, 2020 at 11:17 AM Andrew Burton <br />wrote: <br /></p>
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    <h1>How to restore a deleted Azure DevOps repository</h1>
    <p>If you are using Azure DevOps, you might be comforted that your Git repo is ?in the Cloud? and automatically has availability and disaster guarantees. However you (or someone else) still have the ability to accidentally (or maliciously) delete repos from Azure DevOps Repos. Surprisingly, at the time of writing, there is no GUI based option to restore your repo. This might initially instill a sense of panic as you frantically search for the latest local clone to replace your remote ? but there is a better way.</p>
    <p>When you delete an Azure DevOps repository, it is initially soft-deleted to the ?recycle bin?. After a period of time (oddly I have failed to find an offical Microsoft reference stating exactly what this but I believe it is 28 days) it is automatically purged and hard-deleted. Although there is no GUI support to restore your soft-deleted repositories, that ability is exposed through the Azure DevOps REST API, but frustratingly the Microsoft Azure DevOps Services REST API Reference does not provide a worked example in the Repositories ? Restore Repository From Recycle Bin API call page.</p>
    <p>To make your life easier, I will provide the solution below!</p>
    <h3>Getting started with Azure DevOps REST API and PAT token</h3>
    <p>Within my blog so far I have provided several worked examples of making a REST API call to Azure DevOps. If you are new to this, I suggest you first check out my post titled Querying Azure DevOps REST API with PowerShell.</p>
    <p>Once you have assigned your <em>$header</em> variable from an encoded PAT token (<em>as documented in the aforementioned article</em>) you are ready to roll!</p>
    <h3>Set your repository?s Organisation and project</h3>
    <p>Each project will contain its own set of Azure repositories. Ensure you provide the correct values for your organization and project- and ensure that for any names with spaces are correctly replaced using %20 (so that a valid url can be formed).</p>
    <h3>REST API call to list repositories in the recycleBin</h3>
    <p>From the Microsoft Azure DevOps Services REST API Reference we can call the Repositories ? List REST API call to return a list of all deleted repositories in our recycleBin for our organization?s project.</p>
    <p>We will first build up our $url using the variables set earlier.</p>
    <p>Now that all variables are set we can make our REST API call and iterate over all deleted repositories</p>
    <p>The following output is returned:</p>
    <p>We have now identified that someone (me!) has deleted a super important repository by accident. Using the repoId we can use this to restore it from the recycleBin.</p>
    <h3>Recover soft deleted repository</h3>
    <p>First we need to set a variable $repoId to the deleted repository (SuperImportantRepo) repoId that we identified earlier. This will be used in our next REST API call.</p>
    <p>Now we can return back to the Repositories ? Restore Repository From Recycle Bin REST API call page as use this to build out our new url. <br />As you will see, the url contains our $repoId and we will also create a $body variable set to a JSON key value pair setting the deleted property to false. This JSON body is passed into our REST API call using the Patch Method.</p>
    <p>The output of our final REST API call results in:</p>
    <p>As we can see from the above output success!</p>
    <p>As I have shown, deleting a repository by accident in Azure DevOps does not have to be a disaster recovery situation since the recycleBin and Azure DevOps REST API makes it relatively simply to view and restore (when you know how!). However it is worth pointing out that for Git repositories, no similar situation exists if you delete a branch (unlike with Tfs Repos in Azure DevOps). So the moral of the story is to ensure you periodically back up all your remote repositories AND set branch policies to protect them against accidental deletion.</p>
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    If you are using Azure DevOps, you might be comforted that your Git repo is &quot;in the Cloud&quot; and automatically has availability and disaster guarantees. However you (or someone else) still have the ability to accidentally (or maliciously) delete repos from Azure DevOps Repos. Surprisingly, at the time of writing, there is no GUI based&hellip;
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    <h1>Kubernetes Tutorials For Beginners: Getting Started Guide</h1>
    <p>Official kubernetes (k8s) website says,</p>
    <blockquote><p>Kubernetes is an open-source system for automating deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications. It groups containers that make up an application into logical units for easy management and discovery. Kubernetes builds upon 15 years of experience of running production workloads at Google, combined with best-of-breed ideas and practices from the community.</p></blockquote>
    <p>As the definition says, Kubernetes or k8s is an open-source orchestration and cluster management for container-based applications.</p>
    <h3>Why we need Kubernetes?</h3>
    <p>The first question when it comes to Kubernetes or a container orchestrator is that, why we need it. Let?s understand it from two examples.</p>
    <h3><strong>Example 1:</strong> Container Deployments</h3>
    <p>Let?s say you have a couple of java application.</p>
    <p>You can package it into a container and run it on a server containing docker. For this scenario, there is no complexity.</p>
    <p>You just package your application into a Docker image using Dockerfile and expose a port on a host for the external world to access it.</p>
    <p>The only downside is that it is a single point of failure as it is a single server. You need an efficient mechanism to handle a single point of failure.</p>
    <p>This is why you need a container clustering & orchestration tool like Kubernetes to scale applications on-demand and to withstand single node failures.</p>
    <h3><strong>Example 2:</strong> Microservices Deployment/Orchestration</h3>
    <p>Now, let?s say, you have a big application that is composed of microservices (APIs, UI, user management, credit card transaction system, etc).</p>
    <p>All these microservice components have to talk to each other using REST or other protocols.</p>
    <p>As the application has many components or microservices, we cannot pack all the services into one server or a container.</p>
    <p>The application has to be decoupled and each microservice should be deployed and scaled on its own. This makes the application development and deployment easier and faster.</p>
    <p>In this scenario, the complexity lies in networking, shared file system, load balancing, and service discovery.</p>
    <p>Here is where kubernetes comes in to picture. It helps in orchestrating the complex processes in a manageable way.</p>
    <p>Using kubernetes you just have to worry about your application development and deployments. All heavy lifting like networking, load balancing, resource scheduling, scalability, and high availability will be taken care of by kubernetes.</p>
    <h2>Kubernetes Tutorials For Beginners</h2>
    <p>We have listed down a list of tutorials that you can use to get started with kubernetes. This is a growing list.</p>
    <p><strong>Architecture & Setup</strong>:</p>
    <p><strong>Kubernetes Deployments</strong>:</p>
    <p><strong>Kubernetes Tools</strong>:</p>
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    <h1>Azure devops copy files</h1>
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    <h1>Azure devops copy files</h1>
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    <p>We are migrating our projects to CI/CD from normal copy paste deployment.</p>
    <p>During the existing publish process ,we have option of selecting only minimal files needed for our application and deploy those on the different environments during Publish.</p>
    <p>Now while using Azure Devops we do not such option and all the files are available and deployed on the IIS,is there a way to resolve this ?</p>
    <p>I currently do not see any way where I can select the same option in Azure Devops .</p>
    <li>Edited by AnshMehta Thursday, January 3, 2019 5:24 AM</li>
    <li>Moved by Bryan Trach - MSFT Microsoft employee, Owner Friday, January 4, 2019 6:55 AM Question is closer related to Dev Ops.</li>
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    <p>Hi Anshul Mehta,</p>
    <p>Thanks for using Azure Devops.</p>
    <p>If you want to deploy only minimal files from your existing Repo , you can use Build Pipeline to create the artifacts which you need for your deployment.</p>
    <p>Below process might help you</p>
    <li>Create a Build with the Repo you want to deploy your application.</li>
    <li>Within the build pipeline look for tasks with name ?Copy Files? and ?Publish Build Artifact? or ?Pipeline Artifact?</li>
    <li>In this example we will follow through using ?Copy Files? and ?Publish Build Artifact?</li>
    <li>In the ?Copy Files? task (reference documentation - https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/az...ks/utility/copy-files?view=vsts&tabs=designer ) <ol>
    <li>Source Folder - $(Build.SourcesDirectory)</li>
    <li>Contents ? specific files which you want to copy</li>
    <li>Target Folder - $(Build.ArtifactStagingDirectory)\FolderNameofyourchoice</li>
    <li>If you want to avoid the folder structure in your Target folder , please enable the ?Flatten Folders? in the Advanced options of Copy Files task.</li>
    <li>In the ?Publish Build Artifact? task <ol>
    <li>Path to Publish - $(Build.ArtifactStagingDirectory)</li>
    <li>Artifact Name ? asperyourrequirment (default name ?drop?)</li>
    <li>Artifact publish location - Azure Pipelines/TFS (default)</li>
    <li>Once the build has ran successfully , you can link the artifacts in the Release pipeline <ol>
    <li>While adding an artifact choose Build as an option</li>
    <li>Select the Project, Source (build pipeline) and Default version as per your requirement but ?Latest? should be good.</li>
    <li>Now when you want to deploy any application using the tasks in the release pipeline, you should see the files only which you copied as part of build.</li>
    <p>Hope this helps. Please let us know if this resolves your issue or if you have any further questions.</p>
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    <h1>Deployment Suite for Oracle 6</h1>
    <p>Help for older versions available.</p>
    <li>Deployment Suite for Oracle</li>
    <li>Redgate Change Automation</li>
    <li>Example CI/CD Pipelines</li>
    <li>Azure DevOps</li>
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    <p>Page last updated 12 November 2020</p>
    <p>Published 28 February 2020</p>
    <p>Deployment Suite for Oracle has been replaced by Redgate Deploy - Oracle. This page is therefore no longer being updated. For the latest documentation, please click here.</p>
    <p>This example CI/CD pipeline uses the Redgate Change Automation docker image hosted on DockerHub.</p>
    <p>The worked example here assumes some familiarity with Azure DevOps and an Azure Pipeline set up. For instructions on how to create a pipeline visit https://docs.microsoft.com/en-gb/azure/devops/pipelines/create-first-pipeline</p>
    <p>To set up the build pipeline, drop this example <strong>azure-pipelines.yml</strong> file into your repository and customize the variables defined at the top.</p>
    <p>To set up the release pipeline:</p>
    <li>In your Azure DevOps project, click on <strong>Releases</strong> in the menu on the left and then click on <strong>New pipeline</strong></li>
    <li>When prompted for a template, click on <strong>Empty job</strong></li>
    <li>Specify the artifact that makes up the release pipeline. In this case, it is going to be the release artifact we publish in our build pipeline.</p></ol>
    <p style="clear: both"> <img src="https://documentation.red-gate.com/dso/files/101089895/101090645/1/1583174016751/adding artifact.PNG" /></p>
    Add a stage to deploy the release artifact to acceptance (for a proof of concept, you can trigger this stage automatically every time a new release artifact is available)</p>
    <p style="clear: both"> <img src="https://documentation.red-gate.com/dso/files/101089895/101090647/1/1583174165659/adding stage.PNG" /></p>
    <p>In the "Deploy to Acceptance" stage, add a bash task to run RCA release perform against acceptance.</p>
    <p>Example bash script</p>
    <p style="clear: both"> <img src="https://documentation.red-gate.com/...743/1/1598950471765/image2020-9-1_9-54-38.png" /></p>
    Add a final stage to deploy the release to production (hover over "Deploy to Acceptance" and click on the + button)</p>
    <p style="clear: both"> <img src="https://documentation.red-gate.com/...90649/1/1583174416208/deploy to prod task.PNG" /></p>
    For this stage, in addition to the bash task, you would want to add a task to pause the deployment and review the release before proceeding. You can do this by clicking on the pre-deployment conditions tab on the stage itself, highlighted below. Here you can set a variety of pre-conditions that need to be met before this stage is executed.</p>
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