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    <h1>Microservices in devops</h1>
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    <h1>Microservices and DevOps: Better together</h1>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://www.mulesoft.com/sites/default/files/Classification Microservices DevOps.JPG" /></p>
    <p>Two important trends that have emerged in the enterprise are both microservices and DevOps. Both are practices that are designed to offer greater agility and operational efficiency for the enterprise and according to Katharina Probst of Netflix and Uri Sarid of MuleSoft, DevOps excellence is a key component of microservice excellence.</p>
    <p>Microservice architecture emerged from a common set of DevOps ideologies that came into being at companies like Amazon, Netflix, SoundCloud, Facebook, Google and several others. In many cases, those companies started with monolithic applications, which rapidly evolved into decomposed services, which then communicated via RESTful APIs and other network-based messaging protocols to become the harbingers of a microservices-based architecture.</p>
    <p>Yet, the evolution of both microservices and DevOps was not just limited to transforming monolithic applications into decomposed services. Those companies that excelled at DevOps also shared common approaches to software development, had similar organizational structures and development cultures, while also sharing an affinity for cloud-based infrastructure and automation. Companies that have succeeded with microservices have followed a similar progression driven by a desire for development, speed and scalability, all of which fits into the concept of agile development.</p>
    <p>The rapid adoption of agile methods also fueled the growth of another concept well supported by a microservices based development cycle, Continuous Integration (CI). Those adopting CI have further leveraged agile ideologies to use microservices as a driver to achieve more frequent software releases, which has led to the practice of continuous delivery (CD). CD uses a quality focused ideology to build potentially shippable product increments, which speeds the deployment pipeline, achieving a result that culminates in bringing changes to production as quickly as possible.</p>
    <h2>Microservices and DevOps: Creating change together</h2>
    <p>A microservices-based architecture introduces change, change that is often well received by those creating modern applications. Those embracing that change are finding that productivity is increasing at an astonishing rate and solutions can be delivered much more quickly to those requesting flexible, scalable applications. For those in the field of DevOps fields, microservices bring some significant benefits, including:</p>
    <li>Deployability: Microservices offer increased agility, which fuels the ability to roll out new versions of a service. That agility is due to shorter build, test and deploy cycles. Microservices can also incorporate the flexibility needed to employ service-specific security, replication, persistence and monitoring configurations.</li>
    <li>Reliability: A fault with a microservice only affects that microservice and its consumers. When monolithic applications experience a fault, the entire monolith may fail.</li>
    <li>Availability: Releasing a new version of a particular microservice requires very little downtime, whereas rolling out a new version of a service in the monolithic application normally requires a full restart of the entire monolith.</li>
    <li>Scalability: Microservices can be scaled independently using pools, clusters, grids. That deployment characteristic makes microservices a great match for the elasticity of the cloud.</li>
    <li>Modifiability: Microservices offer the flexibility to consume new frameworks, libraries, data sources and other resources. As loosely coupled, modular components, microservices prove to be easier to work with and support dynamic discovery and binding via a registry.</li>
    <li>Management: Microservices can leverage the agile methodology, where the application development effort is divided across teams that are smaller and work more independently.</li>
    <p>Microservices bring additional productivity to DevOps by embracing a common toolset, which can be used for both development and operations. That common toolset establishes common terminology, as well as processes for requirements, dependencies and problems. Which in turn, makes it easier for Devs and Ops to work with one another, allowing those entities to work jointly on a problem and successfully fix a build configuration or build script. DevOps and microservices work better when applied together.</p>
    <p>Take a look at more resources and best practices for implementing microservices in your organization.</p>
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    <h1>Ken Muse ALM | DevOps Ranger & Azure MVP</small></h1>
    <p><strong>In</strong> Azure DevOps ? <strong>Tags</strong> #VSTS #DevOps ? <strong>Published</strong> June 25, 2018 on Wintellect.com </p>
    <p>One of the most overlooked features in VSTS is the ability to determine whether a task will be executed using custom conditions. What are custom conditions? It's the ability to specify a short expression which evaluates to a boolean value. If the result is true, the task will be executed. If the value is false, the task is ignored. For example, let's take this expression:</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://content.kenmuse.com/c70adc7d-6393-5db8-3ca1-08dcd0cd78f3-cond-01.png" /></p>
    <p>This expression evaluates the built-in variable Build.Reason to determine if the task is executing the build as part of a pull request branch policy. If the build status is currently <em>failed</em> and the build was triggered by a pull request, the task will execute. In all other cases, the task will be skipped.</p>
    <p>Custom conditions also allow us to also define tasks which will only execute if a specific variable is provided. This allows us to create a build definition in which some of the tasks are ignored if we don't have all of the values we need. This functionality can be paired with Task Groups to allow you to create complex build-time logic. For example, perhaps we have a set of tasks that will only execute if an Application Insights API Key (<em>AppInsightsKey</em>) has been provided. In that case, we can compose an expression like the following:</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://content.kenmuse.com/2d87e619-59ac-5dc0-2587-1025a59b576a-cond-02.png" /></p>
    <p>To make this work, we will utilize the value string variable. When we put this value into a boolean expression, the string will be converted to a boolean. VSTS uses a simple rule for this conversion -- an empty string is converted to false and a string with a value will convert to true . This expression will therefore evaluate to true if the specified variable has any value. The always() function simple returns true , even if the task was cancelled.</p>
    <p>Any variable exposed to our tasks is usable as part of a custom condition. This means that we can examine user-defined variables as well as the variables that are passed into the build or release tasks by VSTS. Consequently, we can alter the build process dynamically based on the status or characteristics of the build itself. As an example, this could be used to allow a single build definition to be streamlined for use in a pull request.</p>
    <p>The conditional expression feature supports a number of additional functions which will apply conditional logic, including contains , in , equals , xor , and startsWith . You can learn more about this functionality (with samples) on Microsoft Docs.</p>
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    Did you know that build and release tasks can be configured to execute based on logical conditions? Learn about this powerful VSTS feature...
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    <h1>Azure devops package management</h1>
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    <h1>Package Management for TFS 2017 and TFS 2018</h1>
    <p><strong>As of June 1st, 2019, on-premises Azure Artifacts (ie. Package Management) is now included with the Basic license. For Azure DevOps Server 2019, purchase a Basic license and assign it to the user. For TFS 2017 and 2018, no additional purchase is required, but you still need to assign users the Package Management extension license to use the feature.</strong></p>
    <h2>Create and share Maven, npm, and NuGet package feeds from public and private sources</h2>
    <p>Add fully integrated package management to your continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD) pipelines with a single click. Create and share Maven, npm, and NuGet packages from public and private sources with teams of any size.</p>
    <li><strong>Share code efficiently:</strong> Easily share code across small teams and large enterprises.</li>
    <li><strong>Manage all package types:</strong> Get universal artifact management for Maven, npm, NuGet, and Universal packages.</li>
    <li><strong>Add packages to any pipeline:</strong> Share packages, and use built-in CI/CD, versioning, and testing.</li>
    <h2>Simplify complex build jobs with Artifacts</h2>
    <li><strong>Keep your artifacts organized:</strong> Share code effortlessly by storing Maven, npm, and NuGet packages together. And there?s no need to store binaries in Git?simply store them using Universal Packages.</li>
    <li><strong>Protect your packages:</strong> Keep every public source package you use?including packages from npmjs and nuget.org?safe in your feed where only you can delete it, and where it?s backed by the enterprise-grade Azure SLA.</li>
    <li><strong>Integrate seamless package handling into your CI/CD pipeline:</strong> Easily access all your artifacts in builds and releases?Artifacts integrates natively with the Azure Pipelines CI/CD tool.</li>
    <h2>Learn more</h2>
    <p>Check out the docs to learn more about what's possible with Azure Artifacts.</p>
    <h2>Feature requests and bug reports</h2>
    <p>Got a feature request? We'd love to hear from you on the Azure Artifacts UserVoice.</p>
    <p>Something not working right? Check Developer Community to report a problem. The answer may already be there!</p>
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    Extension for Azure DevOps - Create, host, and share packages with your team
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    <h1>Docker and devops</h1>
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    <h1>Understanding DevOps and key differences between Ansible, Docker and Kubernetes</h1>
    <p>DevOps is the most common buzzword in the world of organizational data culture and software development. It is an operational culture that aims at continuous development and integration, and rapid IT service delivery by promoting better communication and improved collaboration between developers and operators. DevOps also seeks to make deployments easier and increases transparency between developers and operators. It also encourages infrastructure as code. The recent emergence of companies shifting to adopt DevOps rose proportionately with the rise of Cloud computing and virtual platforms due to COVID-19. While it helps to obscure the existing boundaries in the organization framework, there are many ways DevOps is proving to be resourceful. For instance, it aids in automation and monitoring of the process of software creation, which spans from integration, testing, releasing to deploying, and managing it. Further, it facilitates reducing the number of development cycles while streamlining the development and release pipeline. Currently, there are many DevOps tools (e.g., Ansible, Docker, Kubernetes) one can use for the tasks mentioned above.</p>
    <h4><strong>What are they?</strong></h4>
    <p><strong>Ansible</strong>: It is an open-source, IT automation engine system. This server and configuration management tool, which is supported by Red Hat, makes IT automation simple as it ends repetitive tasks and enables faster application deployments, thus allows DevOps teams to perform more strategic work. It automates configuration management, orchestration, application deployment, cloud provisioning, and a number of other IT requirements. It further allows users to control multi-tier complex deployment and security management. Companies like Tokopedia, Revolut, Trivago use Ansible.</p>
    <p><strong>Docker</strong>: It is a software container technology platform that enables its users to create, deploy, run, and manage applications within the containers. Its modular design enables users to build applications securely, both on-premises and in the cloud. Additionally, it uses a number of the Linux kernel?s features such as namespaces, cgroups, AppArmor profiles, and more, to sandbox processes into existing configurable virtual environments. Also, due to the least compatibility issues, applications can run wherever one wants without causing compatibility hurdles. Companies like Twitter, Spotify, Pinterest, PayPal, Vox media use Docker.</p>
    <p><strong>Kubernetes</strong>: It is an open-source system that provides mechanisms to deploy, maintain, and scale containerized applications with automation. Designed by Google and is currently supported by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF). This multi-layered tool implements the Infrastructure as Code principle of DevOps, which allows independent management of each infrastructure layer, i.e., from a single container to pods, nodes, namespaces, and clusters, along with networking and physical hosts. It fulfills customers? demands by deploying applications predictably and quickly, scaling them, launching new features, and limiting hardware usage to only the needed resources. Companies like Google, StackShare, Slack use Kubernetes.</p>
    <h4><strong>Key Differences</strong></h4>
    <p>While Ansible uses Python while Docker and Kubernetes run on Go Programming. Ansible also easy to use and effective for configuration management, and Docker is easy to understand and isolate. However, Kubernetes requires well-planned efforts when it comes to defining nodes and manual installation. Ansible needs to have to run the installation and configuration programs to the servers one-by-one. This tool just manages to automate installation and configuration to all the servers. But for Kubernetes, one has to configure security and multi-host networking; attach storage; and enable monitoring, auditing, and logging. Plus, it does not have a default high availability (HA) mode.</p>
    <p>Ansible is an excellent useful tool for front-end developers, particularly in situations where some programming is required. Kubernetes is best suited to developing larger apps, and Docker has multi-components. Kubernetes support for Windows server is under the beta phase, whereas Docker has official support for Windows 10 and Windows Server 2016 and 1709. Out of all three, Kubernetes has an excellent load balancing concept. And for Ansible, one still needs a Linux control machine to manage Windows hosts.</p>
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    There are many DevOps tools one can use for automation processes like Pepper, Chef, Terraform, and more. But the forerunners are Ansible, Docker, and Kubernetes.
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    <h1>Azure devops variables</h1>
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    <h1>Azure Devops : Pass Variables within/across different stages</h1>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://miro.medium.com/fit/c/56/56/0*jZk_poQKDb_SGYwb.jpg" /></p>
    <h4>Sagar Lad</h4>
    <h4>Jun 5 В· 3 min read</h4>
    <p>While working with Azure Devops, We come across multiple scenarios to share variables within/across different stages of the pipeline.</p>
    <p>Please refer below for the detailed steps to achieve the same using Azure Powershell in the release pipeline.</p>
    <p>Scenario 1 : Create a variable in Azure Devops, change the value within a Task and then use the updated value in a step further down the list of Tasks</em></strong></p>
    <li>Create an Azure Powershell Task and add powershell command as below :</li>
    <p>$SPNObjectId= <br />write-host ?##vso[task.setvariable variable=SPNObjectId]$SPNObjectId?</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://miro.medium.com/max/60/1*Uvwe0ew_nGG7m_RrVvML9Q.png" /></p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://miro.medium.com/max/60/1*LtRRfkODpsU8rzrjb-l6Uw.png" /></p>
    <p>Scenarios 2 :Create a variab l e in Azure Devops, change the value within a Task and then use the updated value in a step further down in another stage or different agent in the same pipeline</em></strong></p>
    <li>In order to use pipeline variable across different stages or agent within the same stage,first create a pipeline variable as mentioned in Step 1.</strong></li>
    <li>Make sure that highlighted Release Permissions is allow</strong></li>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://miro.medium.com/max/60/1*o_bX7nvxRoN-cE5WluWeWw.png" /></p>
    <li>Allow Script to access OAuth Token</li>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://miro.medium.com/max/60/1*UNH8yUzIYbp0i1H3JTeGQw.png" /></p>
    <li>Create an Azure Powershell Task to update the release definition and release variables</li>
    <p>$ReleaseVariableName1 = ?KeyVaultURI?<br />$ReleaseVariableName2 = ?BaseStorageAccountURI?<br />$ReleaseVariableName3 = ?tenantId?<br />$ReleaseVariableName4 = ?ServicePrincipalObjectId?</em></strong></p>
    <p>$releaseurl = (?<0><1>/_apis/release/releases/<2>?api-version=5.0? -f $($env:SYSTEM_TEAMFOUNDATIONSERVERURI), $($env:SYSTEM_TEAMPROJECTID), $($env:RELEASE_RELEASEID) )<br />#endregion</em></p>
    <p>#region Get Release Definition<br />Write-Host ?URL: $releaseurl?<br />$Release = Invoke-RestMethod -Uri $releaseurl -Headers @ <<br />Authorization = ?Bearer $env:SYSTEM_ACCESSTOKEN?<br />><br />#endregion</em></p>
    <p>#region Output current Release Pipeline<br />Write-Output (?Release Pipeline variables output: <0>? -f $($Release.variables | ConvertTo-Json -Depth 10))<br />#endregion</em></p>
    <p>#region Update StageVar with new value<br /></em> $release.variables.($ReleaseVariableName1).value = ?$(KeyVaultURI)?<br />$release.variables.($ReleaseVariableName2).value = ?$(BaseStorageAccountURI)?<br />$release.variables.($ReleaseVariableName3).value = ?$(tenantId)?<br />$release.variables.($ReleaseVariableName4).value = ?$(ServicePrincipalObjectId)?<br /></em></strong> #endregion</em></p>
    <p>#region update release pipeline<br />Write-Output (?Updating Release Definition?)<br />$json = @($release) | ConvertTo-Json -Depth 99<br />Invoke-RestMethod -Uri $releaseurl -Method Put -Body $json -ContentType ?application/json? -Headers @<Authorization = ?Bearer $env:SYSTEM_ACCESSTOKEN? ><br />#endregion</em></p>
    <p>#region Get updated Release Definition<br />Write-Output (?Get updated Release Definition?)<br />Write-Host ?URL: $releaseurl?<br />$Release = Invoke-RestMethod -Uri $releaseurl -Headers @ <<br />Authorization = ?Bearer $env:SYSTEM_ACCESSTOKEN?<br />><br />#endregion</em></p>
    <p>#region Output Updated Release Pipeline<br />Write-Output (?Updated Release Pipeline variables output: <0>? -f $($Release.variables | ConvertTo-Json -Depth 10))<br />#endregion</em></p>
    <p>Note : When you want to update more release variables available across the stages,add release variable details to highlighted section in the power shell script.</strong></p>
    <li>Now,Create empty pipeline variables as below :</li>
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    While working with Azure Devops, We come across multiple scenarios to share variables within/across different stages of the pipeline. Please refer below for the detailed steps to achieve the same?
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    <h1>Azure DevOps Consulting Services</h1>
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    <p>With 1400+ happy clients and 22+ years experience, Imaginet is your trusted partner for any organization looking to optimize their software development process. Find out how Imaginet's certified Azure DevOps consulting experts can help. Schedule your free consultation call now.</p>
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    <p>Imaginet can bring your DevOps vision to life with our Azure DevOps migration, implementation, upgrade, and quick start consulting services.</p>
    <p>Gain productivity and peace of mind by letting Imaginet?s Azure DevOps consulting experts manage and sustain your DevOps environments for you.</p>
    <h1>Why Imaginet?</h1>
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    <p>When you're ready to revolutionize your software development processes, you never want to do it alone. <strong>This is where the Imaginet Azure DevOps consulting experts come in.</strong> We have helped over 650 customers around the globe with ALL their Visual Studio and Azure Devops needs?and we?re ready to help you!</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://www.imaginet.com/wp/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/experience.png" /></p>
    <p>Imaginet?s team has designed, implemented, migrated, and mentored organizations on Microsoft Azure DevOps and have real world experience with these tools.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://www.imaginet.com/wp/wp-cont...stockPhotos-156997912_bluecheckmark_42x40.png" /></p>
    <h4>Working Environment</h4>
    <p>Your customized Azure DevOps environment will be configured with industry leading best practices and Microsoft Certified Consultants.</p>
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    <h4>Integrated Best Practices</h4>
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    <p>Learn the skills you need for your environment with no lag between the learning and the implementation of knowledge.</p>
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    <h4>Customized Tailored Learning</h4>
    <p>Our consultant can focus on those topics that are most relevant to your environment, team, and solution rather than broad coverage of topics that may not be relevant.</p>
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    <p>Imaginet is the easiest and most knowledgeable technical partner to work with. They spend time to understand your business and help you implement the best solution for your customers. You can?t find an agency that is more responsive or provides more quality information than Imaginet.</p>
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    <p>Imaginet possesses in-depth knowledge and practical experience in ALM processes and implementing tools to support the development lifecycle. Their effective communication skills and delivery style contributed to a very positive experience throughout the engagement.</p>
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    <p>From the five engagements that we have done with Imaginet so far, we've been really, really happy with each one of them. Imaginet is a really good company to work with, and their reputation speaks for itself.</p>
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    <h1>Eficode devops</h1>
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    <h1>An award-winning one-stop shop for DevOps tools</h1>
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    <h3><strong>Focus on the essential <br /></strong></h3>
    <p>Managing your toolchain takes time at the expense of developing new projects. The Eficode ROOT team can manage your tools for you so that you can focus on the essential and speed up time to market.</p>
    <h3><strong>Gain clarity and transparency</strong></h3>
    <p>Use our intuitive analytics tool, Eficode ROOT Insights, allows you to see more clearly how your software is produced. You also gain transparency in tooling-related costs.</p>
    <h3><strong>Boost your confidence</strong></h3>
    <p>Develop, test, and deploy with greater confidence by using a high-performance toolchain that?s always available and up-to-date.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://www.eficode.com/hubfs/Eficode 2020 site images/ROOT/R Blue-1.png" /></p>
    <h2>What is the Eficode ROOT DevOps Platform?</h2>
    <p>Eficode ROOT is a one-stop shop for software tooling. Our DevOps platform comes as a managed service that includes proactive tool maintenance and on-demand support. The Eficode ROOT team can also help with individual tool instances and has done so across industries.</p>
    <h4>Managed CI/CD</h4>
    <p>Reliable, high-performance CI/CD solutions<br />Read more</p>
    <h4>Custom toolchains</h4>
    <p>From single tool installations to complete end-to-end toolchains<br />Read more</p>
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    <p>Become a better team with Atlassian tools<br />Read more</p>
    <h2>The Eficode ROOT problem solvers</h2>
    <p>Eficode ROOT solutions integrate multi-vendor toolchains behind a unified, easy-to-use access management system. They also boost visibility with pre-configured dashboards.</p>
    <h4>Eficode ROOT Team Management</h4>
    <p>Agile access management <br />Read more</p>
    <h4>Eficode ROOT Insights</h4>
    <p>Powerful analytics for visibility of your software development<br />Read more</p>
    <h4>Eficode Academy</h4>
    <p>Upskill your team with DevOps training courses<br />Read more</p>
    <p>There were multiple reasons to the platform acquisition but the most important one was to centralize VR software production under own roof from subcontractors and at the same time to enable faster and higher-quality software-based test automation, quality assurance and production through automation.</p>
    <p><strong>Markus Niskanen</strong><br />System Architect at VR (Finnish railway company)</p>

    <h2>Atlassian award two years in a row</h2>
    <p>Eficode has received Atlassian's Partner of the year award in DevOps both in 2018 and 2019. Indeed our Atlassian expertise comes hand-in-hand with Continuous Delivery and DevOps know-how. We have a wealth of experience to advise you on the tools and configurations that work for you.</p>
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    Eficode ROOT is a complete, DevOps software production line, provided as a managed service (SaaS). Gain clarity and reduce tooling costs.
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    <h1>Azure devops deploy azure function</h1>
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    <h1>Azure Functions and DevOps</h1>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://s.gravatar.com/avatar/bdde8...0&r=pg&d=https://cdn.auth0.com/avatars/na.png" /></p>
    <p>As a developer, you have several options to deploy a Function to Azure. One of the possibilities is right-clicking deploy in Visual Studio to an existing Function App in your Azure subscription ? which can be an option if you quickly want to test your function in Azure. However, it is better to build locally, test, and debug your function, subsequently push it to a repro in Azure DevOps, and then execute a build pipeline.</p>
    <p>With Visual Studio you can tie your solution containing your function to a repro in Azure DevOps. Once your solution is in an Azure DevOps repro, you can create a build pipeline to build your function(s) in Azure using a Microsoft or self-hosted agent. When logging into Azure DevOps, you can go to Pipeline, click New Pipeline and select where your code resides (GitHub, Azure Repro Git, and so on), choose a pipeline, and then configure your pipeline, review and save it (or run it directly after save).</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://cdn.document360.io/d9568273...ntation/Azure Function Tip 31 - Picture 1.png" /></p>
    <p>In case your run directly - observe the logs while the build is running to see if the build runs correctly. Once that is successful, you can use the build for a release pipeline to a Function App hosting your function.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img style="float: left; margin: 0 10px 5px 0;" src="https://cdn.document360.io/d9568273...ntation/Azure Function Tip 31 - Picture 2.png" /> <br />In case you do not have Function App yet you can either have a separate release pipeline for provisioning the Function App or include the provisioning of the Function App with the release of the Function.</p>
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    Azure Functions and DevOps As a developer, you have several options to deploy a Function to Azure. One of the possibilities is right-clicking deploy in Visual Studio to an existing Function
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    <h1>MuleSoft - Endpoints</h1>
    <p>Endpoints basically include those components that trigger or initiate the processing in a working flow of Mule application. They are called <b>Source</b> in Anypoint Studio and <b>Triggers</b> in the Design Center of Mule. One important endpoint in Mule 4 is <b>Scheduler component</b>.</p>
    <h2>Scheduler Endpoint</h2>
    <p>This component works on time-based conditions, which means, it enables us to trigger a flow whenever a time-based condition is met. For example, a scheduler can trigger an event to start a Mule working flow every, say 10 seconds. We can also use flexible Cron expression to trigger a Scheduler Endpoint.</p>
    <h3>Important points about Scheduler</h3>
    <p>While using Scheduler event, we need to take care of some important points as given below ?</p>
    <p>Scheduler Endpoint follows the time-zone of the machine where Mule runtime is running.</p>
    <p>Suppose if a Mule application is running in CloudHub, the Scheduler will follow the time-zone of the region in which the CloudHub worker is running.</p>
    <p>At any given time, only one flow triggered by the Scheduler Endpoint can be active.</p>
    <p>In Mule runtime cluster, the Scheduler Endpoint runs or triggers only on primary node.</p>
    <h2>Ways to configure a Scheduler</h2>
    <p>As discussed above, we can configure a scheduler endpoint to be triggered at a fixed interval or we can also give a Cron expression.</p>
    <h3>Parameters to configure a Scheduler (For Fixed Interval)</h3>
    <p>Following are the parameters to set a scheduler to trigger a flow at regular intervals ?</p>
    <p><b>Frequency</b> ? It basically describes at which frequency the Scheduler Endpoint will trigger the Mule flow. Unit of time for this can be selected from the Time Unit field. In case you do not provide any values for this, it will use the default value which is 1000. On the other side, if you provide 0 or a negative value, then also it uses the default value.</p>
    <p><b>Start Delay</b> ? It is the amount of time we must wait before triggering the Mule flow for the first time once the application is started. The value of Start delay is expressed in the same unit of time as the frequency. Its default value is 0.</p>
    <p><b>Time Unit</b> ? It describes the time unit for both Frequency and Start Delay. The possible values of time unit are Milliseconds, Seconds, Minute, Hours, Days. The default value is Milliseconds.</p>
    <h3>Parameters to configure a Scheduler (For Cron Expression)</h3>
    <p>Actually, Cron is a standard used for describing time and date information. In case you use the flexible Cron expression to make Scheduler trigger, the Scheduler Endpoint keeps track of every second and creates a Mule event whenever the Quartz Cron expression matches the time-date setting. With Cron expression, the event can be triggered just once or at regular intervals.</p>
    <p>Following table gives the date-time expression of six required settings ?</p>
    <p> <table > <tr> <th>Attribute</th> <th>Value</th> </tr> <tr> <td >Seconds</td> <td >0-59</td> </tr> <tr> <td >Minutes</td> <td >0-59</td> </tr> <tr> <td >Hours</td> <td >0-23</td> </tr> <tr> <td >Day of month</td> <td >1-31</td> </tr> <tr> <td >Month</td> <td >1-12 or JAN-DEC</td> </tr> <tr> <td >Day of the week</td> <td >1-7 or SUN-SAT</td> </tr> </table> </p>
    <p>Some examples of Quartz Cron expressions supported by the Scheduler Endpoint are given below ?</p>
    <p><b>? * * * * ?</b> ? means that the scheduler runs every 2 seconds of the day, every day.</p>
    <p><b>0 0/5 16 ** ?</b> ? means that the scheduler runs every 5 minutes starting at 4 pm and ending at 4:55 pm, every day.</p>
    <p><b>1 1 1 1, 5 * ?</b> ? means that the scheduler runs the first day of January and the first day of April, every year.</p>
    <p>The following code logs the message ?hi? every second ?</p>
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    <h1>Azure repos vscode</h1>
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    <h1>Connecting Azure DevOps Repo with Visual Studio Code</h1>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://miro.medium.com/fit/c/56/56/1*-kVAVqi2DERXveng-Wq6Zg.jpeg" /></p>
    <h4>Randula Koralage</h4>
    <h4>May 4 В· 2 min read</h4>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://miro.medium.com/max/60/1*cn_XBD307E3lObHk511Qqg.png" /></p>
    <p>Visual Studio Code is a lightweight source code editor that comes with built-in support for JavaScript, TypeScript, and Node.js and has a rich ecosystem of extensions for other languages (such as C++, C#, Java, Python, PHP, Go) and runtimes (such as .NET and Unity).</p>
    <p>In this article, I?m going to present the basic steps of connecting an existing azure repository with Visual Studio Code. I have already created a project in Azure DevOps and setup a repo with an angular sample project.</p>
    <li>Visual Studio installed in your computer (as you should have TF.exe to setup Azure Repos extension)</li>
    <li>Cloned copy of your azure DevOps project repo</li>
    <li>PAT with full access to your Azure DevOps Account</li>
    <h2>How to create a Personal Access Token in Azure DevOps</h2>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://miro.medium.com/max/60/1*NP_SKDln30b9HmNj6HGa1A.png" /></p>
    <p>User Settings -> Personal Access Tokens click on new token and create a PAT with full access</p>
    <p>S t ep 1 : Install Azure repos extension</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://miro.medium.com/max/60/1*9D8eXwTlaQ6_XAXcs2LCAQ.png" /></p>
    <p>Step 2 : Open your project with visual studio code<br />It will show like this</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://miro.medium.com/max/60/1*F9U3lMHWrOc6QhQ_ZhHmMw.png" /></p>
    <p>Step 3 : Click on set Up TFVC Support</p>
    <p>Then the icons in the status bar will change like this</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://miro.medium.com/max/60/1*A1OhzbnP-dW3_xYoP8unKQ.png" /></p>
    <p>Step 4 : Sign in</p>
    <p>Then get command palate ctrl+shift+p And type Team: signin</p>
    <p>Select first option Provide an Access Token Manually, and paste your access token</p>
    <p>Now you can see that the status bar has changed with a few more icons.</p>
    <p>Now you have successfully connected your azure repo with visual studio code.</p>
    <h2>Azure repos vscode</h2>

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    <h4>Azure repos vscode</h4>
    In this article, I&#x27;m going to present the basic steps of connecting an existing azure repository with Visual Studio Code.
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    <h1>Kong devops</h1>
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    <h1>Kong Previews Application Connectivity Service</h1>
    <p style="clear: both"><img style="float: left; margin: 0 10px 5px 0;" src="https://3ovyg21t17l11k49tk1oma21-wpengine.netdna-ssl.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/VizardMgif" /> By Mike Vizard on October 7, 2020 1 Comment </p>
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    Related Topics APIapplication programming interfacedistributed applicationsmicroservicesnetworking
    <p>Available as a private beta, Kong Konnect promises to make it easier for developers to create complex workflows spanning API gateways, Kubernetes Ingress controllers and service mesh runtimes.</p>
    <p>Company CTO Marco Palladino said Kong Connect makes it possible for developers to consume integration runtimes as a service via an interface that allows them to invoke only the specific services they require.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://3ovyg21t17l11k49tk1oma21-wp...oads/2020/10/Kong-Konnect-Restful-Service.png" /></p>
    <p>Scheduled to be generally available early next year, Kong Konnect is based on a ServiceHub platform that creates a single source of truth for all services via a catalog that any organization has developed. Kong Konnect also provides access to a runtime manager that enables self-service provisioning based on roles in addition to enabling IT teams to manage Kong runtimes across hybrid cloud computing environments.</p>
    <p>Kong Konnect also integrates the company?s API Gateway, Ingress Controller and Kong Mesh, a service mesh based on open source Envoy proxy software, and Kong Vitals, a tool for monitoring Kong services and transactions in real-time. Kong Konnect is also integrated with Insomnia to design APIs using a tool that integrates with any Git-based repository and the Kong Developer Portal, through which developers can publish their own services.</p>
    <p>Palladino said the goal is to provide a turnkey service that automatically provides all the Layer 4 through 7 networking services that developers require to integrate both monolithic applications running on virtual machines as well as emerging microservices-based applications running on Kubernetes clusters. Kong Konnect makes available universal service connectivity on-demand via a single API to any class of developer, he said.</p>
    <p>As application environments become more distributed, developers are spending more time than ever on basic connectivity issues. The company is making a case for a cloud service that unifies all those services under a common control plane it manages on behalf of developers. That service will then free up developers to spend more of their time writing code versus integrating application services, said Palladino.</p>
    <p>That capability will be especially critical as IT organizations begin to deploy more applications on edge computing platforms that need to be integrated with a wide array of application services running on public clouds and on-premises IT environments, added Palladino.</p>
    <p>It?s too early to say to what degree IT organizations may be ready to rely on a service versus continuing to manage connectivity themselves. In effect, Kong is making a case for abstracting all the underlying complexity of connectivity and networking using an API to invoke everything from a simple API gateway to a service mesh designed to integrate hundreds of microservices.</p>
    <p>Regardless of the path chosen, the one thing that is clear is a new application connectivity as a service era has finally arrived.</p>
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    Kong Inc., at its online Kong Summit 2020 conference, unfurled Kong Konnect, a cloud service through which developers can leverage application programming
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    <h1>Microsoft tfs</h1>
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    <h1>Microsoft TFS is here for your QA and test management needs</h1>
    <h2>Microsoft TFS offers organizations test management software, which integrates with Visual Studio to help improve communication when putting together software.</h2>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://cdn.ttgtmedia.com/rms/onlineImages/GerieOwenheadshot.jpg" /></p>
    <p>Microsoft's Team Foundation Server is a suite of development, test and collaboration tools that provide a full application lifecycle management solution. Microsoft TFS helps organizations communicate and collaborate more effectively throughout the process of designing, building, testing and deploying software.</p>
    <p>This suite of tools includes requirements and project management, automated builds, lab management, testing, source code management, and release management capabilities. Microsoft TFS integrates with Visual Studio to provide support for test planning, exploratory, manual and user acceptance testing, as well as performance and load testing. Functional automation is provided through integration with Selenium.</p>
    <p>Collaboration features from TFS offer lots of value in Agile and DevOps environments. Team Rooms allow groups to easily set up threaded discussions for developers, testers and other team members and the ability to send out announcements.</p>
    <p>Microsoft TFS offers functional components including version control, tools for Agile teams and continuous integration (CI) and delivery tools. Version control is centralized and allows for collaboration with pull requests and code reviews and defining and managing permissions. TFS supports Agile methodologies with the ability to capture, prioritize and track backlogs as well as customizable Kanban boards and dashboards for easy reporting. CI builds are compiled and tested automatically while continuous delivery deploys code that passes testing.</p>
    <p>The current version is Microsoft TFS 2015 Update 1. New features include dashboards, Git and Team Foundation Version control in the same project, query on Kanban columns, tasks as a checklist, card coloring and more. Organizations of all sizes and industries can use Microsoft TFS and Visual Studio.</p>
    <p>TFS and Visual Studio 2015 have three purchasing options: Visual Studio subscription, volume licensing or retail purchase. Visual Studio Enterprise with MSDN, Visual Studio Professional with MSDN, Visual Studio Test Professional with MSDN, MSDN Platforms and all Visual Studio cloud subscribers can download and deploy one instance of TFS 2015. TFS is offered through various Microsoft Volume Licensing programs or Team Foundation TFS to that same instance of the software.</p>
    <p>Pricing is based on the number of users:</p>
    <li>First five users: free</li>
    <li>Users six through 10: $6 each</li>
    <li>Users 11 through 100: $8 each</li>
    <li>Users 101 through 1000: $4 each</li>
    <li>Users 1001 and above: $2 each</li>
    <p>The products are offered in both on-premises and cloud-based options. Microsoft TFS 2015 is sold as an on-premises product directly through Microsoft. TFS 2015's cloud-based counterpart, Visual Studio Online (VS Online) is available free to teams of up to five users. Support options include online documentation, community forums and online chats as well as customized support packages.</p>
    <p>Microsoft offers a set of comprehensive solutions that support not only the waterfall software development lifecycle through application lifecycle management, but also DevOps lifecycle. TFS and the cloud-based Visual Studio Team Services offer flexible options as far as being exclusively on-premises, exclusively in the cloud or interconnecting the two for a hybrid solution.</p>
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    <h1>Azure devops build tags</h1>
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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>
    <h2>Azure devops build tags</h2>

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    <h4>Azure devops build tags</h4>
    Setting up a CI/CD pipeline for .NET project using Azure DevOps Pipelines yaml, pipeline as code, continuous delivery using Azure DevOps
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    <h1>All day devops 2019</h1>
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    <h4>Get a glimpse of the All Day DevOps: Spring Break Edition schedule from April 17.</h4>
    <p>Register to gain access to the recordings.</p>
    <h2><br />All Day DevOps Spring Break Edition Workshops</h2>
    <p>In addition to our amazing lineup of presentations, join us for our featured workshops!</p>
    <h2><br />ZAP in Ten, Extended Edition: Automation Deepdive <br /></h2>
    <p><strong>Simon Bennetts | Project Lead, Zap Projects</strong></p>
    <p>If you know the ZAP (Zed Attack Proxy) basics and you're now looking to automate it, this workshop is for you. In the past two months, we've developed and produced 19 videos for ZAP users, each video, less than 10 minutes.</p>
    <p>If you know the ZAP (Zed Attack Proxy) basics and you're now looking to automate it, this workshop is for you. In the past two months, we've developed and produced 19 videos for ZAP users, each video, less than 10 minutes. We've covered the beginning of scripting, the new HUD interface, Passive and Active Scanning, Authentication Basics, and much more. In this live demo, we're going to do a deepdive into automation, one of the most powerful features of ZAP. Simon Bennetts, ZAP Project Lead, will be your host. At the end of the three hour sessions, you'll have ideas on how to utilize ZAP within your own environment to help find and investigate security flaws within your production environment.</p>
    <h2>The OWASP Top Ten for Developers : Quarantine Edition <br /></h2>
    <p><strong>Jim Manico | Owner, Manicode Training</strong></p>
    <p>The major cause of web service and web application insecurity is insecure software development practices. This highly intensive and interactive 4-hour seminar will provide essential application security training for web application and web service developers and architects.</p>
    <p>The major cause of web service and web application insecurity is insecure software development practices. This highly intensive and interactive 4-hour seminar will provide essential application security training for web application and web service developers and architects.</p>
    <p>The class is a combination of lecture, security testing demonstration and code review. Students will learn the most common threats against applications. More importantly, students will learn how to code secure web and API solutions via defense-based code samples.</p>
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    The All Day DevOps Spring Break 2020 schedule containing 10 hours of non-stop sessions led by industry experts.
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    <h1>Devops udemy</h1>
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    <h1>Learn DevOps: The Complete Kubernetes Course</h1>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://cdn.shortpixel.ai/client/q_...arn-DevOps-The-Complete-Kubernetes-Course.jpg" /></p>
    <h2><strong>Kubernetes will run and manage your containerized applications. Learn how to build, deploy, use, and maintain Kubernetes</strong></h2>
    <li>Install and configure Kubernetes (on your laptop/desktop or production grade cluster on AWS)</li>
    <li>Use Docker Client (with kubernetes), kubeadm, kops, or minikube to setup your cluster</li>
    <li>Be able to run stateless and stateful applications on Kubernetes</li>
    <li>Use Healthchecks, Secrets, ConfigMaps, placement strategies using Node/Pod affinity / anti-affinity</li>
    <li>Use StatefulSets to deploy a Cassandra cluster on Kubernetes</li>
    <li>Add users, set quotas/limits, do node maintenance, setup monitoring</li>
    <li>Use Volumes to provide persistence to your containers</li>
    <li>Be able to scale your apps using metrics</li>
    <li>Package applications with Helm and write your own Helm charts for your applications</li>
    <li>Automatically build and deploy your own Helm Charts using Jenkins</li>
    <li>Install and use kubeless to run functions (Serverless) on Kubernetes</li>
    <li>Install and use Istio to deploy a service mesh on Kubernetes</li>
    <li>Continuously Develop using Skaffold</li>
    <li>The first lectures in the course will explain how to install the software. You can choose between a local setup (docker client with kubernetes or minikube), or a full production grade cluster on AWS</li>
    <li>If you want to install Kubernetes on-prem, there are lectures available in this course covering kubeadm, which can install kubernetes on a wide variety of environments</li>
    <li>Knowledge about Linux / Docker / AWS is a plus, but not mandatory to be able to do the course</li>
    <p>This course will help you to gain understanding how to deploy, use, and maintain your applications on Kubernetes. If you are into DevOps, this is a technology you need to master. Kubernetes has gained a lot of popularity lately and it is a well sought skill by companies.</p>
    <p>This <strong>course is updated frequently</strong> to include the features of latest releases!</p>
    <p>When Google started running containers a decade ago, nobody could reach this kind of infrastructure agility and efficiency. Using this knowledge, Google released Kubernetes as an free and open source project. Nowadays Kubernetes is used by small companies and big enterprises who want to gain the efficiency and velocity Google has.</p>
    <p>You can containerize applications using Docker. You can then run those containers on your servers, but there?s no way you can manage those efficiently without extra management software. Kubernetes is an orchestrator for your containers that will create, schedule and manage your containers on a cluster of servers. Kubernetes can run on-premise or in the cloud, on a single machine or on thousands of machines.</p>
    <p>I will show you how to build apps in containers using docker and how to deploy those on a Kubernetes cluster. I will explain you how to setup your cluster on your desktop, or on the cloud using AWS. I use a real world example app (WordPress with MySQL ? blogging software) to show you the real power of Kubernetes: scheduling stateless and stateful applications.</p>
    <p>The introduction lectures that show you the Kubernetes desktop installation are free to preview, so you can already have a go at it before buying the course!</p>
    <p>This course also has Closed Captions (English subtitles)</p>
    <p><strong>Updates (11/2019):</strong></p>
    <p>* Added Admission Controllers lectures</p>
    <p>* Continuous Development with Skaffold</p>
    <p>* etcd and the raft algorithm</p>
    <p><strong>Updates (01/2020):</strong></p>
    <p>* AWS EKS (managed Kubernetes) lecture and demo</p>
    <li>There is no prior knowledge needed, but a dev/ops/cloud/linux/networks background will definitely help</li>
    <li>The course optionally uses Kubernetes on AWS. If you want to learn more about AWS itself, you will need to read some AWS documentation or take another AWS course. The course only explains how to use Kubernetes on AWS, it doesn?t explain how to use AWS itself. Still, all steps that you need to follow are explained in this course.</li>
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    <h1>Udacity devops</h1>
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    <p>Last Updated on August 25, 2020</p>
    <p style="clear: both"> <img src="https://1onjea25cyhx3uvxgs4vu325-wp...loads/2020/08/DevOps-with-Microsoft-Azure.jpg" /></p>
    <p>In June, Udacity announced our partnership with Microsoft to create brand new training programs to help professionals learn highly coveted skills. Udacity is excited to introduce the newest product of that collaboration with Microsoft: the DevOps Engineer for Microsoft Azure Nanodegree program. This program focuses on teaching principles for deploying and managing cloud infrastructure with Microsoft Azure.</p>
    <p>With 95% of Fortune 500 companies using Azure and Azure-related jobs expected to grow by over 34% in the next 10 years, now is a great time to hone your DevOps skills with Microsoft?s platform. What?s more, Cloud DevOps Engineers with skills in Azure earn an average salary of over $99,000 a year according to Glassdoor. Cloud DevOps engineers in San Francisco make an average of $130,000 a year, with top earners bringing in over $166,000.</p>
    <p>By completing the DevOps Engineer for Microsoft Azure Nanodegree program, you?ll be prepared for Microsoft?s AZ-400 DevOps Engineer Expert certification exam, thereby demonstrating to employers that you have the skills they need.</p>
    <h2><strong>What is Cloud DevOps?</strong></h2>
    <p>Cloud DevOps Engineers are the key link between development and deployment, leveraging agile methodologies to ensure efficient and reliable release cycles. This means working on deployment, integrations, services, and testing. DevOps Engineers are an essential part of getting code written by developers verified and released to customers. Often, DevOps Engineers are responsible for the reliability, scalability, and security of a company?s systems. While the work is not simple, it is extremely rewarding for those who enjoy tinkering and problem-solving.</p>
    <h2><strong>Program Details</strong></h2>
    <p>The DevOps Engineer for Microsoft Azure Nanodegree program will teach students to deploy cloud infrastructure, use Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery (CI/CD) for cloud infrastructure management, and create test environments to run automated testing. All of this learning will be done in a Microsoft Azure environment, using Azure pipelines and Azure App services.</p>
    <p>To get the most out of this course, it?s important for students to have at least one year of experience working with Python. Enrollees must have a solid understanding of foundational coding concepts, including loops, conditionals, data types, functions, classes, and objects, and have a fundamental knowledge of scripting and Linux shell commands.</p>
    <p>Additionally, students should understand cloud computing, including core cloud components (like databases, virtual machines, etc). If you need a primer on cloud computing, Udacity?s free Intro to Cloud Computing course is a great place to start.</p>
    <p>In as little as three months, students who enroll in the DevOps Engineer for Microsoft Azure Nanodegree program will thoroughly understand DevOps fundamentals, Azure Infrastructure, cloud computing security, Infrastructure as Code (IaC), Agile project management methodologies in relation to CI/CD, and automated testing focused on performance, UI, function, and system integration.</p>
    <h2><strong>Specific projects include:</strong></h2>
    <h3>Project 1: Deploy a Web Application</h3>
    <p>Students will use Terraform to deploy IaC and Packer to create reusable virtual machine images for deploying custom web applications. This project will help students become familiar with resource creation and management in Microsoft Azure using the portal and command-line interface (CLI), as well as solidify security best-practices in the Azure Security Center.</p>
    <h3>Project 2: Build a Continuous Delivery Pipeline</h3>
    <p>Deploy a Flask Machine Learning app by building a Continuous Delivery pipeline with Azure Pipelines and using Azure App Services to deploy Platform as a Service (PaaS). After this project, students will have experience leveraging Agile methodologies and tools, including Trello, to integrate Infrastructure-as-Code (IaC) with Continuous Delivery of application to Azure.</p>
    <h3>Project 3: Run Automated Tests</h3>
    <p>Learn to create disposable environments to run automated tests using Terraform and apply IaC concepts to make different environment tiers for more comprehensive testing. This project covers performance, function UI, and integration testing. Students will also monitor app behavior and perform root cause analysis by observing log files.</p>
    <h2><strong>Learning from Top Cloud DevOps Engineers</strong></h2>
    <p>To develop this program?s world-class curriculum, we collaborated with professionals from top-rated tech companies, like Microsoft. Each of these collaborators contributed guidance and feedback to focus the program on the most in-demand skills. Each of the instructors has extensive technical experience with Cloud DevOps and Microsoft Azure, as well as teaching experience.</p>
    <li>Noah Gift, Founder of Pragmatic AI Labs, Consultant on AI, Cloud, Data Science</li>
    <li>Nathan Anderson, DevOps Engineer at the Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company</li>
    <li>Erick Galinkin, Principal AI Researcher at Rapid7 and Montreal AI Ethics Institute</li>
    <h2><strong>Enroll Today</strong></h2>
    <p>If you?re an engineer who wants to learn more about deploying applications securely and efficiently, this is a great course for you to take to advance your career. This course is also great for people with programming backgrounds who are interested in the Cloud Computing field or gaining familiarity with Microsoft Azure.</p>
    <p>With Udacity?s combination of hands-on project-centric learning, technical mentorship, and industry-aligned career services, there?s no better way to meet the demand than by registering today for the DevOps Engineer for Microsoft Azure Nanodegree program. Enroll now!</p>
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    <h1>Azure devops ansible</h1>
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    <h1>Azure DevOps CICD with Ansible Infra Automation</h1>
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    <p>Ansible is an open-source tool that automates cloud provisioning, configuration management, and application deployments.</p>
    <p>Using Ansible you can provision virtual machines, containers, network, and complete cloud infrastructures. In addition, Ansible allows you to automate the deployment and configuration of resources in your environment.</p>
    <p>Ansible includes a suite of Ansible modules that can be executed directly on remote hosts or via playbooks.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://miro.medium.com/max/60/0*xKWd98f3dQk7jMXc.png" /></p>
    <p>Users can also create their own modules. Modules can be used to control system resources ? such as services, packages, or files ? or execute system commands.</p>
    <h1>Ansible with Full CICD Workflow :</h1>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://miro.medium.com/freeze/max/60/1*OUvso1VxOXTJ8u30mWWeGA.gif" /></p>
    <p>Things we ar e going to achieve in this lab scenarios are given below :</p>
    <li>Create an WebApp and the VM using Ansible Infra automation</li>
    <li>Provision the Azure DevOps Ansible Team Project with the Azure DevOps Demo Generator tool.</li>
    <li>Configure application and database deployment, using Continuous Deployment (CD) in the Azure DevOps</li>
    <li>Initiate the complete CICD process.</li>
    <h1>Steps to Implement the CI CD process for AKS :</h1>
    <li>Login to Azure Devops Demo Generator using http://azuredevopsdemogenerator.azurewebsites.net/?TemplateId=77372&Name=AKS</li>
    <li>From the choose template option , we need to clone the Ansible and then click on Import.</li>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://miro.medium.com/max/60/1*ivhvrVHbq8xyS8ryZSEM5A.png" /></p>
    <p>3. Once after we import , we will be able to see the Azure Devops project imported like below.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://miro.medium.com/max/60/1*KEeC5fzDtx2HcjuAEKiOig.png" /></p>
    <p>4. When we go to the Repositories , we will be able to see the code that we have imported to create a Website automation using ansible.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://miro.medium.com/max/60/1*tbzJ-VXX2LpAnFi1aimgPw.png" /></p>
    <h1>Steps to make the Azure Environment ready :</h1>
    <li>Login to Azure portal and open the cloud shell to run the commands to create the resources .</li>
    <p>2. Login to the cloud shell , and we need to create certain thing that are shown below such as the service principal and VM?s.</p>
    <p>az ad sp create-for-rbac ? name AnsibleDemo</p>
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    <h1>Microsoft teams tfs integration</h1>
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    <h1>microsoft teams tfs integration</h1>
    <p>With the next major version of TFS, TFS ?15?, we will no longer provide an out-of-box integration experience between Project Server and Team Foundation Server. NOTE: We recommend using our new integrations with Microsoft Teams. By continuing to browse this site, you agree to this use. This site uses cookies for analytics, personalized content and ads. Some users will see it today and all users will be able to configure the tab integration by tomorrow 11/10. Instructions on how to set up these integrations can be found on the Team Services marketplace.</p>
    <p>to track and create new work items without leaving your team?s channel. With Microsoft Teams, we aim to provide a comprehensive chat and collaboration experience, across your Agile and development work. Update 11/9: The Kanban board tab integration has begun rolling out to Teams clients. As your codebase expands and is divided across multiple projects and repositories, finding what you need becomes increasingly difficult. We are also bringing the Team Services Kanban boards right into Microsoft Teams, allowing your team to track and create new work items without leaving your team?s channel. Users can also take actions like Approve deployments or create new work items in Azure Boards from Teams. Microsoft Teams is a new chat-based workspace in Office365 that makes collaborating on software projects with Team Services a breeze. It only takes a minute to integrate with Azure DevOps, so if you're using it to keep track of bugs or DevOps you can quickly and easily start syncing information and updates between the two systems. change made in the status, type or any of the fields listed in the custom mappings in the Azure DevOps work item will be synced to all of the TeamSupport tickets linked with it, Updating TeamSupport with changes in Azure DevOps, Azure DevOps data will show on the TeamSupport Product page and Ticket page, Azure DevOps errors will be logged in the Ticket History, nstalled (Azure DevOps Server) or Cloud (Azure DevOps) version, Sync Ticket Title, Status, Type, Tags, Severity, Description, and Product (Project), You choose which action types will push to Azure DevOps as comments, Azure DevOps info will be visible on the TeamSupport Product Page, Ticket Page, and via Reporting, You can create or update a Work item from the Ticket Page in TeamSupport, Link multiple tickets in TeamSupport to a Work Item in, Public actions created in the TeamSupport ticket will be created in the linked. Customers often tell us that there is a need for better chat integration in Team Services. Earlier today, Microsoft Teams was announced. Login to edit/delete your existing comments. How to use Test Step using REST Client Helper? In the ensuing years, a lot has changed ? both in SharePoint and in TFS. Today, I want to spotlight the less visible work that we do on Team Services: ensuring our performance and . Test Case is the backbone for all manual testing scenarios. New features and UI changes naturally get a lot of attention. Some users will see it today and all users will be able to configure the tab integration by tomorrow 11/10. Each Connector event is its own conversation, allowing users to be notified of events they care about and discuss them with their team. These integrations allow users to subscribe to notifications and monitor their pipelines, repositories and work items from the Teams channels. TeamSupport customer support software integrates with Microsoft Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) and Team Foundation Server (TFS) project management software. Login to edit/delete your existing comments. Code Search provides fast, flexible, and accurate search across all your code. Update 11/9: The Kanban board tab integration has begun rolling out to Teams clients. That integration included SharePoint site templates and automatic site provisioning as well as support for browsing document libraries from inside Visual Studio Team Explorer. Team Foundation Server (TFS) has provided SharePoint integration since its inception in 2005.</p>
    <p>Earlier today, Microsoft Teams was announced. Our native integration with VSTS/TFS helps improve communication and collaboration between teams for faster issue resolution. Nor will we be providing an out-of-box integration for Project Online and Visual Studio Team Services. Move these conversations out of traditional email and into your DevOps process for ? Starting today, Team Services users can stay up to date with alerts for work items, pull requests, commits, and builds using the Connectors within Microsoft Teams. I am looking for your feedback on the current integrations as well as feedback on new integrations you?d like to see between Team Services and Microsoft Teams ? just leave a comment or send me an email. The board integration will be. Comments are closed. We?re still early in our collaboration with Microsoft Teams. <br /></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>3 DevOps, agile, and scrum myths, debunked</h1>
    <h1>3 DevOps, agile, and scrum myths, debunked</h1>
    <h2>These misconceptions hold teams - and individuals - back. IT leaders need to put them to rest</h2>
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    <p><em>"If you want a happy ending that depends on where you stop your story." ? Orson Welles</em></p>
    <p>Storytelling is not unusual in technology. Both technologists and business customers tell themselves stories. We want to believe that our project will deliver on time, that customers will be delighted with our work, or that the latest release of the software will solve their problem. Business users want to believe us. Unfortunately, many of these stories are myths ? a story that may or may not have a determinable basis of fact.</p>
    <p>When I attend governance reviews, no one ever tells the audience that their project is a failure. There is always a somewhat credible story. And yet, a survey from cloud portfolio management provider Innotas discovered that 55 percent of businesses surveyed had experienced an IT project failure within the previous 12 months. This is true for all types of projects, and all types of methodologies.</p>
    <p><strong>[ Some common DevOps wisdom falls flat. Read 7 pieces of contrarian DevOps advice. ]</strong></p>
    <p>Failure and myths can exist in DevOps, agile and scrum environments, too. While leveraging transparency, inspection, and adaptation into our work with customers helps us have a more honest discussion with the business, we are still prone to overcommit and underachieve. Debunking some common agile and scrum myths may help everyone move the ball forward in 2019.</p>
    <h2>Myth #1: Agile, scrum, or DevOps will save us</h2>
    <p>Agile and scrum point us to more than just a process or framework. And DevOps is not just about technology. With these enabling tools, we are changing the way people work, and in the process changing the role of the technologist from code writer to critical thinker, and from order taker to business partner.</p>
    <p><strong>[ Some people get confused about Agile vs.</strong> <strong>DevOps</strong><strong>. We break it down: Read Agile vs. DevOps: What?s the difference? ]</strong></p>
    <p>But the reality is that no technology, process, or framework will be effective unless both technologists and business stakeholders are willing to change the way that they interact. This kind of value-based cultural change is not created by methodology.</p>
    <p>Commitment, courage, and respect are not just nice words ? they are a few of the key values noted in The Scrum Guide. They are outward signs of an internal change in how we work. People must put them to use to overcome obstacles and create synergy.</p>
    <p>Technology is hard and sometimes messy. We solve complex business problems with nuances and expectations that are often unstated. We must be able to get out of our own boxes and work differently with each other. Frequent interactions and feedback help us deliver software more rapidly and keep up with market demand.</p>
    <h2>Myth #2: Plans are waterfall, not agile</h2>
    <p>Let?s be serious. No organization should invest a significant amount of time and money into an agile initiative without reasonable assurances that there is a credible plan in place to achieve the goals and an understanding of what will be built. Planning and risk reduction are not anti-agile, and they can come in a variety of forms.</p>
    <p>To start a large initiative, a few baselines are important. Perhaps the most important of these is to have a documented agreement of what the project or system will do. In technology, we frequently get stuck on trying to do this in either requirements or user stories, both of which are too long to expect executive sponsors to read. An executive will read and provide feedback on a two-page document; they won?t take time to read requirements.</p>
    <p>Following this, we need to establish some architectural and project planning baselines, and then formalize this into a concise presentation that allows us to tell a compelling story that establishes our credibility for executives and other stakeholders. More important, doing this lowers the project?s risk and raises the probability of success.</p>
    <p>We are not regressing to waterfall and heavyweight documentation when we demonstrate a well-thought-out plan that is credible. We are showing executives and sponsors that we care about their investment and have a reasonable plan for success.</p>
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    <h1>Azure DevOps and React Native UI testing</h1>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://miro.medium.com/fit/c/96/96/1*_7aai5l-EK5cHcDdnwh-5w.jpeg" /></p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://miro.medium.com/max/60/1*C5Q-PkjHnA-FVKyCAySXHg.jpeg" /></p>
    <p>A key component of any development nowadays is Continuous Delivery:</p>
    <blockquote><p>Continuous Delivery (CD) is the process to build, test, configure and deploy from a build to a production environment</p></blockquote>
    <p>This article describes how UI testing can be used as a part of CD process in a combination with Azure DevOps. The good thing about Azure is that it can be used with any project. Moreover in case of the open source project it looks even more attractive with the free plan that Microsoft announced in 2018 - Azure Pipelines with unlimited CI/CD minutes for open source</em>.</p>
    <p>And in case if UI test are not used in your React Native project yet, it is good to check the Pixels matter or easy UI screenshot testing in React Native article which gives an understanding of why UI snapshots are important and how to start using it.</p>
    <h1>Getting started</h1>
    <p>There are only few steps that has to be done to integrate PixelsCatcher in Azure DevOps and automate UI testing. To get started you need:</p>
    <li>A working project with integrated PixelsCatcher</li>
    <li>Azure account</li>
    <li>Basic knowledge of how azure works and what is YAML schema</li>
    <p>Now it is a time to create YAML schema and use it for iOS UI snapshots.</p>
    <h1>Use NodeJS and install NPM dependencies</h1>
    <p>Azure has a predefined task that allows to specify NodeJS version:</p>
    <p>and a possibility to run scripts, which makes it possible to install NPM dependencies:</p>
    <h1>Use xCode</h1>
    <p>To compile the project and run iOS simulator it is good to specify the xCode version, that can be done with a help of xcode-select tool:</p>
    <p>Or use default xCode provided by the runner. In this case it is possible that after the runner is upgraded you might get some errors and you will need to adjust the project to work with newer version of xCode.</p>
    <h1>Compile and run</h1>
    <p>Azure DevOps has predefined tasks with different actions to work with xCode. Another way might be to use command line xcrun xcodebuild tool. I prefer second case, because it can be implemented as a bash script that compiles the project and run the tests. This is also useful for local development or for migration to/from another build system . The implementation is:</p>
    <p>where run_ios_debug.sh is bash script can be:</p>
    <p>That is all. After that step UI snapshots are integrated with Azure DevOps and that is all what is needed to run UI tests.</p>
    <h1>Publish test results</h1>
    <p>Pixels Catcher generates JUnit test report that can be used by Azure Devops to give a better overview of the tests. By adding a task that publishes test result:</p>
    <p>you can easily get a details of test execution:</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://miro.medium.com/max/60/1*1tvJPTcwzUr6QljYRS6wxQ.png" /></p>
    <h1>Publish artifacts</h1>
    <p>The last step that can be done is to publish results to artifacts. This is handy to have in case if some tests are failing, to know exactly what is wrong and how the component/screen was rendered. Of course, it is possible to check the log and find an error message message that explains why the test failed:</p>
    <p>But to know exactly what happened, an actual result is required. Luckily it is easy to upload actual results, diff and reference images in one task:</p>
    <p>In total it is about 30 lines of code for YAML schema that integrates PixelsCatcher with Azure DevOps. But from this moment UI tests are part of Continuous Delivery that make the project more stable, predictable and allows to deliver pixel-perfect application after any change in sources.</p>
    <p>It is also possible to use it Azure DevOps and Pixels Catcher with GitHub ? Build GitHub repositories, which is a case for the PixelsCatcher itself. And you can find UI tests example and Azure integration in a Pixels Catcher demo project.</p>
    <p>Thanks for reading, enjoy UI testing and deliver quality to your users!</p>
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