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    Эдуард Кабринский - Elk devops - Kabrinskiy Eduard

    <h1>Elk devops</h1>
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    <h1>DEVOPS WITH ELK</h1>
    <p>Budget ?1250-2500 INR / hour</p>
    <p>Am looking for the devops engineer who is having experience on the particularly with</p>
    <p><strong>Project ID:</strong> #17878950</p>
    <h3>Looking to make some money?</h3>
    <p>Set your budget and timeframe</p>
    <p>Outline your proposal</p>
    <p>Get paid for your work</p>
    <p>It's free to sign up and bid on jobs</p>
    <h2>13 freelancers are bidding on average ?1683/hour for this job</h2>

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

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

    <p>hi, May I know more details about your requirements? I prefer to have a fixed price project after knowing more your demands Regards, --Triet</p>

    <p>I have 5 years of experience in ELK stack starting from version 1.x to 6.X. I have designed ELK stack for major clients which is used as log monitoring and search engine. I have solid experience in setting up ELk stack More </p>

    <p>Hello, I am Rajeev from 5exceptions. I have good experience of working with Elastic search and Logstash. I am using this in one of my project for B2B and B2C marketplace website ([login to view URL]). Let's conn More </p>

    <p>I have been into elk with development & deploying the projects and support since 3 years in searching,indexing,analyzing and visualizing using kibana. Getting data for logstash from different sources.</p>

    <p>Give me a chance to work on it. I have very good experience in DevOPS. Having 8+ years of experience. Also worked on Elasticsearch, log stash and Kibana as well.</p>

    <p>I have worked in projects where i have used Elasticseach as a storage and search engine. The primary task was to match and identify patients visiting different healthcare facilities using the demographic information pr More </p>

    <p>Dear Sir, I have more than 3-year experience in ELK stack. I have done the same thing for one of my clients, he was from the UK & also I am using the same things in my Current project. In UK client project We were rea More </p>

    <p>Have done AWS ELK/EC2/linux ELK Setup for multiple projects with Opensource Access control with Proxy Server</p>
    <h2>Elk devops</h2>

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    <h4>Elk devops</h4>
    Jenkins &amp; Elasticsearch Projects for ?1250 - ?2500. Am looking for the devops engineer who is having experience on the particularly with ELK (ELASTIC SEARCH, LOG STASH and KIBANA...
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    Kabrinskiy Eduard - Travis devops - Кабринский Рдуард

    <h1>Travis devops</h1>
    Travis devops <a href="http://remmont.com">Latest news live</a> Travis devops
    <h1>Travis </h1>
    <p>This documentation site is open source. The README in our Git repository explains how to contribute.</p>
    <h1>Conditional Builds, Stages and Jobs</h1>
    <p>You can filter out and reject builds, stages and jobs by specifying conditions in your build configuration (your .travis.yml file).</p>
    <p>You can find more information on the build config format in our Travis CI Build Config Reference.</p>
    <h2>Conditional Builds #</h2>
    <p>You can configure Travis CI to only run builds when certain conditions are met. Any builds that do not meet these conditions are listed in the <em>Requests</em> tab of your repository, even though the actual build is not generated.</p>
    <p>For example, this allows builds only to run on the master branch:</p>
    <p>Build requests that do not match the condition will not generate a build, but will be listed on the <em>Requests</em> tab.</p>
    <h2>Conditional Stages #</h2>
    <p>You can configure Travis CI to only include stages when certain conditions are met. Stages that do not match the given condition are silently skipped. For example, this allows the deploy stage to run only on the master branch:</p>
    <p>Stages that do not match the condition will be skipped silently.</p>
    <h2>Conditional Jobs #</h2>
    <p>You can configure Travis CI to only include jobs when certain conditions are met. For example, this includes the listed job only to build on the master branch:</p>
    <p>Jobs need to be listed explicitly, i.e., using jobs.include (or its alias matrix.include ), in order to specify conditions for them. Jobs created via matrix expansion currently cannot have conditions, but they can be conditionally excluded (see below).</p>
    <blockquote><p>Jobs that do not match the condition will be skipped silently.</p></blockquote>
    <h2>Conditionally Excluding Jobs #</h2>
    <p>You can configure Travis CI to exclude jobs when certain conditions are met. For example, this will create two jobs on all branches, but only one job (with the env var ONE=one ) on the master branch:</p>
    <h2>Conditionally Allowing Jobs to Fail #</h2>
    <p>You can configure Travis CI to allow jobs to fail only when certain conditions are met. For example, this will allow the job with the env var TWO=two to fail when the build runs on the branch dev :</p>
    <h2>Specifying Conditions #</h2>
    <p>Please see Conditions for examples and a specification of the conditions syntax.</p>
    <h2>Testing Conditions #</h2>
    <p>Conditions can be tested using the travis-conditions command. Learn how to test your conditions.</p>
    <h2>Travis devops</h2>

    <h3>Travis devops</h3>
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    <h4>Travis devops</h4>
    Travis This documentation site is open source. The README in our Git repository explains how to contribute. Conditional Builds, Stages and Jobs You can filter out and reject builds, stages
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    Travis devops <a href="http://remmont.com">Travis devops</a> Travis devops
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    Eduard Kabrinskiy - Azure devops ip addresses - Kabrinskiy Eduard

    <h1>Azure devops ip addresses</h1>
    Azure devops ip addresses <a href="http://remmont.com">Today's news stories</a> Azure devops ip addresses
    <h1>What domains are used by your Azure DevOps account?</h1>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://jessehouwing.net/content/images/size/w100/2018/07/profile-1024.png" /></p>
    <h2>Jesse Houwing</h2>
    <p>I love good coffee, meaning strong, dark espresso! Regular Expressions and LINQ are like word-puzzles! I am a trainer for Scrum.org, a member of the Microsoft ALM Rangers and awarded Microsoft MVP.</p>
    <p>More posts by Jesse Houwing.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://jessehouwing.net/content/images/size/w100/2018/07/profile-1024.png" />
    <h4>Jesse Houwing</h4>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://jessehouwing.net/content/images/size/w2000/2018/09/fire.jpg" /></p>
    <p>Almost every corporate client asks us this question at some point: Which domains and IP addresses are used by Azure DevOps (formerly Visual Studio Team Services). And given that it's a cloud service, it's not an easy question to answer.</p>
    <p>The nature of the cloud, it's ability to scale, fail over and the regular update cadence cause these services to change on a regular basis. Much more often than many corporate client fire walls are able to handle (or at least their change process can deal with).</p>
    <p>Of course there is the master list of "IP addresses owned by Azure", but let's face it, it's way too easy to put anything in Azure. It's may give you a fake feeling of security, but doesn't offer a real form of protection..</p>
    <p>Then there is the ability to use the reverse DNS to white-list domains on a proxy server. This is already a better alternative, but getting to the complete list of domains to white-list is still not going to be easy. Many IT departments use tools like Fiddler or log blocked traffic at the proxy level to figure out what domains to allow and which ones to block. It's easy to miss specific domains which may only be used to register agents or to receive service hooks etc.</p>
    <p>Today I learned there is actually a service which returns a pretty long list of domains associated to your account. Just request the following URL and you'll be rewarded with a json response containing all the services associated with your account:</p>
    <p>The response looks like this:</p>
    <p>The list isn't complete, but it's much more extensive than any other stack overflow post or MSDN forums posts I've seen out there.</p>
    <p>Add to that the whitelisted domains from the Azure DevOps content security policy and you're golden:</p>
    <p style="clear: both"> <img src="https://jessehouwing.net/content/images/2018/09/image-5.png" /></p>
    <p>And the beauty of combining these two methods? <em>They're updated automagically by Microsoft every time something changes, so you can simply monitor them and apply the diffs after a quick review.</em></p>
    <h2>Azure devops ip addresses</h2>

    <h3>Azure devops ip addresses</h3>
    Azure devops ip addresses <a href="http://remmont.com">Latest news</a> Azure devops ip addresses
    <h4>Azure devops ip addresses</h4>
    What domains are used by your Azure DevOps account? Jesse Houwing I love good coffee, meaning strong, dark espresso! Regular Expressions and LINQ are like word-puzzles! I am a trainer for
    <h5>Azure devops ip addresses</h5>
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    #tags#[replace: -,-Azure devops ip addresses] Azure devops ip addresses#tags#

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    <h1>Devops applications</h1>
    Devops applications <a href="http://remmont.com">News update</a> Devops applications
    <h1>DevOps for Azure Applications</h1>
    <p>Deploy Web Applications on Azure</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://www.allitebooks.in/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/DevOps-for-Azure-Applications-200x300.jpg" /></p>
    <p><strong>Book Name</strong>: DevOps for Azure Applications <br /><strong>Author</strong>: Suraj Gaurav, Suren Machiraju <br /><strong>ISBN-10</strong>: 1484236424 <br /><strong>Year</strong>: 2018 <br /><strong>Pages</strong>: 126 <br /><strong>Language</strong>: English <br /><strong>File size</strong>: 5.3 MB <br /><strong>File format</strong>: PDF</p>
    <h2>DevOps for Azure Applications Book Description:</h2>
    <p>Deploy web applications on Azure using DevOps tools. This book gives solutions to real-world Cloud deployment scenarios which will enable you to become adept in DevOps work for Azure.</p>
    <p>You?ll start by seeing an overview of DevOps for Azure deployments where you will also survey the available tools, including Octopus Deploy and TeamCity. Here, you will learn how to use TeamCity as a CI tool and Octopus Deploy as release-management and CD software to get your package deployed on Azure Web Application.</p>
    <p>Next, the authors demonstrate using the Microsoft Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) integrated developer platform. Finally, you will go through some real-world scenarios using DevOps tools to deploy web applications on Azure. To do this, you will create resources in Azure and integrate with an open source buildout.</p>
    <p>After reading this book, you will be ready to use various tools in a DevOps environment to support an Azure deployment.</p>
    <p><strong>What You Will Learn</strong></p>
    <li>Carry out a survey of DevOps tools</li>
    <li>Build a DevOps solution using standalone DevOps tools ? TeamCity and Octopus Deploy</li>
    <li>Use an integrated DevOps platform ? VSTS</li>
    <li>Build out an Azure deployment using open source code and VSTS</li>
    <p><strong>Who This Book Is For</strong></p>
    <p>Developers and release engineers. Also, project managers will find it useful to understand the workflow in DevOps.</p>
    <h2>Devops applications</h2>

    <h3>Devops applications</h3>
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    <h4>Devops applications</h4>
    DevOps for Azure Applications. Deploy web applications on Azure using DevOps tools. This book gives solutions to real-world Cloud deployment scenarios which will enable you to become adept in DevOps work for Azure.
    <h5>Devops applications</h5>
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    Eduard Kabrinskiy - Azure devops nuget - Рдуард Кабринский

    <h1>Azure devops nuget</h1>
    Azure devops nuget <a href="http://remmont.com">American newspapers headlines</a> Azure devops nuget
    <h1>The Code Manual </h1>
    <p>Make everything with code</p>
    <h1>Caching (not only) NuGet packages on Azure DevOps</h1>
    <p>The goal of Cache@2 task is improving build performance by caching files between pipeline runs. It supports multiple types of packages like</p>
    <li>Bundler gems</li>
    <li>npm packages</li>
    <li>Yarn packages</li>
    <li>NuGet packages</li>
    <li>Maven artifacts</li>
    <li>Gradle artifacts</li>
    <li>ccache artifacts</li>
    <p>Further, we will focus on caching NuGet packages however in a similar manner we can configure this task for other types.</p>
    <h3>Locking dependencies</h3>
    <p>Before we configure cache task we need to lock dependencies to create packages.lock.json file as we need that file to set a proper key for the cache. To do that we need to set MSBuild property RestorePackagesWithLockFile for a project.</p>
    <p>On the next dotnet restore a lock file packages.lock.json will be generated. We need to store that file in source control to be able to use cache task. However this is not such easy as it looks like. Because, if you use this file probably you will get on CI server error NU1403:</p>
    <p>This is because we can get different on different machines/systems. So hash on my machine is different than on Linux host agent or Windows host agent. On github you can find the proposed solution. But this boils down to putting these commands:</p>
    <p>in your pipeline. In general, it is really strange that mechanism which should provide a consistent and reliable way of getting the same packages regardless you compile your source code requires to generate on each machine/system a new lock file. I took a different approach. I created the lock file on the host agent and published it as an artifact. Then I downloaded it and committed into source control. I know that it requires to reproduce that step over and over again when I add or update package. But for me, this is a better approach than removing and recreating lock file by CI server. If you want to do the same, you can achieve this using these steps:</p>
    <p>Once you create a lock file, you can disable these steps.</p>
    <h3>NuGet packages location</h3>
    <p>To configure cache task we need also packages location. Following this documentation you can assume that NuGet downloads packages to $(Pipeline.Workspace)/.nuget/packages . But this is wrong or some configuration part is missing like overriding default location for global-packages. If you list $(Pipeline.Workspace) you will find that there is no NuGet folder.</p>
    <p>To find nuget packages folder, we can use this command dotnet nuget locals global-packages -l which allow us to set proper path programmatically.</p>
    <p>What is worth noted here, that it works for both Linux and Windows host agents.</p>
    <h3>Configuration for NuGet packages</h3>
    <p>Putting all together:</p>
    <p>Looking into cache task logs, you may find that your key was resolved to nuget|"Linux"|h6yiwZzAgkoiZL06WJLdgZToQpsZmeUIUL5u0xFpYHM= , where last part is a hash of your lock file. It means that each time when the lock file will change, a new cache key will be created. In the first run, you may also find information that There is a cache miss . This is because setting cache takes a place in post-job task</p>
    <p>In the next run, cache task gets a hit and download packages to the given folder.</p>
    <p>Cache task set also variable CACHE_RESTORED to true which causes evaluating condition in next step as false. So we do not restore packages.</p>
    <h2>Caching npm modules</h2>
    <p>Cache task allows caching not only NuGet packages but also npm modules. For this case I didn?t find any issue following documentation and thus adding that to your build is straightforward as this code snippet:</p>
    <p>My angular project is located in the cache-npm subfolder and this is wahy I had to add this to key input in cache task and the working directory of script task.</p>
    <p>You may notice that we use npm ci command instead of typical npm install . There is a significant difference between these two. npm install asks bout each module from dependencies and then it upgrades or not. npm ci deletes all node_modules directory and copies them from the cache. Thus you should avoid caching npm_modules directory and cache folder cache itself as we did above. There are a few key information (please check documentation) which you should know before you will use npm ci :</p>
    <li>The project must have an existing <b>package-lock.json</b> or <b>npm-shrinkwrap.json</b>.</li>
    <li>If dependencies in the package lock do not match those in <b>package.json</b>, <i>npm ci</i> will exit with an error, instead of updating the package lock.</li>
    <li><i>npm ci</i> can only install entire projects at a time: individual dependencies cannot be added with this command.</li>
    <li>If a <b>node_modules</b> is already present, it will be automatically removed before npm ci begins its install.</li>
    <li>It will never write to <b>package.json</b> or any of the package-locks: installs are essentially frozen.</li>
    <p>What is important to remember?! npm ci is meant to use in automated environments as CI builds. It may speed up your build but details strongly dependents on how many modules do you have in your dependencies. It is more strict than npm install and thus may help us keeping consistency in our code. But if you want to add/remove/change a module npm install is your choice.</p>
    <p>Code for that part you may find here.</p>
    <p>Cache task is very useful as it may reduce significantly network calls to get packages. I recommend to use it especially if you have many dependencies. I can only complain about documentation, as for me there were too many things not working as it is written there. Or maybe it is just me and I didn?t understand all the pieces. In that case, my apologies. The code for this you can find on my github.</p>
    <h2>Azure devops nuget</h2>

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    14 May 2020 - I added section about caching npm modules in Node.js/Angular project The goal of Cache@2 task is improving build performance by caching files b...
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    Eduard Kabrinskiy - Ado azure devops - Рдуард Кабринский

    <h1>Ado azure devops</h1>
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    <h1>Explore. Ask. Answer.</h1>
    <p>I'm looking for some help setting up my integration from Azure DevOps to Smartsheet. Anyone have experience with that integration?</p>
    <p>I don't have any personal experience with this Azure DevOps, but I did some research and found that you can integrate Azure DevOps with Smartsheet using Zapier: https://zapier.com/apps/azure-devops/integrations/smartsheet</p>
    <p>Could this be what you're looking for?</p>
    <p>Thanks. I've read through all of that but just having some issues with the actual integration</p>
    <p>I have been able to integrate from Smartsheet to ADO, but have had an issue getting data back from ADO to SS. I even logged a ticket with Microsoft dev support, which has no been addresses.</p>
    <p>What are you trying to do exactly for the integration?</p>
    <p>Well, our developers are putting Features into ADO and I want to send those new Features to Smartsheet. That seems to work fine. The problem I am having or can't figure out is what to do when the developers update the Features in ADO. I don't want to add a new line in Smartsheet but want to update the row in Smartsheet. It could easily be operator 'over thinking' on my part</p>
    <p>Hi @sbrelage I'm not sure what are using an an interface but the sensible thing wold be to add a field in ADO that stores the Smartsheet/RowID, so when updated it can update row already created.</p>
    <p>I'm using Zapier. So I'm clear, ADO will create a new row in Smartsheet. Smartsheet will then return the RowID to ADO. There will then be another Zap to update Smartsheet based on the RowID?</p>
    <p>Assuming you are using a 3rd party integration tool, I previous used Azuqua instead of Zapier as this offered more functionality.</p>
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    I'm looking for some help setting up my integration from Azure DevOps to Smartsheet. Anyone have experience with that integration?
    <h5>Ado azure devops</h5>
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    <h1>Vsts scrum</h1>
    Vsts scrum <a href="http://remmont.com">Breaking news headlines</a> Vsts scrum
    <h1>Scrum Info</h1>
    <h2>Toni Subi</h2>
    <h1>Scrum Info</h1>
    <p>VSS/VSTS extension that provides information on backlog items, aggregating SP, #items, work</p>
    <h3>Version History</h3>
    <p>Go to the backlog, select as many PBI/tasks that you need to count (open the PBIs for the tasks to be counted), right click on any of them and select the Scrum Info option of the context menu.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"> <img src="https://tonisubi.gallerycdn.vsasset...scrum-info/0.1.55/1541758727483/img/Demo1.png" /><img src="https://tonisubi.gallerycdn.vsasset...scrum-info/0.1.55/1541758727483/img/Demo2.png" /></p>
    <li>In TFS is not possible to count SP, work, effort.</li>
    <li>This feature is not standard in VS, and</li>
    <li>The next versions of TFS will be fully web-based.</li>
    <li>Provide a web-based Scrum Info extension</li>
    <li>to get a summary of a backlog</li>
    <li>Alternative : <ul>
    <li>The Scrum Power Tools for Visual Studio 2013 IDE extension,</li>
    <li>but the plugin is not updated anymore for newer VS versions</li>
    <li>Less excel sheets</li>
    <li>Team productivity increase</li>
    <li>Get rid of the cumbersome task of counting SP</li>
    <li>Get to know Roche (VS marketplace)</li>
    <li>It's the first one to do this in TFS web,</li>
    <li>It's the only available for TFS 2015/2017</li>
    <li>Open to add/customize features (i.e. "NIC" pbi type)</li>
    <li>Roche TFSprod/TFStest web interface</li>
    <li>Visual Studio Marketplace</li>
    <li>Team member who wants to know progress</li>
    <li>SM/SPL/PO/PM/PL roles who need to calculate SP, work, capacities, velocities to plan and review sprints</li>
    <li>1 Dev, 48 innovation man-hours for this MVP 1.0</li>
    <li>Immediate time savings on productivity for PO/SM/SPLs: <ul>
    <li>Half day per sprint (approx)</li>
    <blockquote><p>Christopher Schleiden, Microsoft</p></blockquote>
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    Extension for Azure DevOps - Visual Studio Team Services Extension to summarize TFS backlog stats: story points, time invested and more
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    <h1>Devops operations</h1>
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    <h1>Divvy Up DevOps Tasks, Defining the Ops in DevOps</h1>
    <p>So what does DevOps mean exactly? What is the Ops in DevOps? Operations can mean a lot of things and even different things to different people. DevOps is becoming more and more popular but a lot of people are confused to exactly what it is. So let?s make a list of all the things operations traditionally does and figure out what developers should be doing, and which if any responsibilities should be shared.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://no-cache.hubspot.com/cta/default/207384/a80f5690-310b-4ac1-b3ab-1d5ed4712e2a.png" /></p>
    <h2>DevOps vs Operations: Responsibilities</h2>
    <h3><b>Operations responsibilities</b></h3>
    <li>IT buying</li>
    <li>Installation of server hardware and OS</li>
    <li>Configuration of servers, networks, storage, etc?</li>
    <li>Monitoring of servers</li>
    <li>Respond to outages</li>
    <li>IT security</li>
    <li>Managing phone systems, network</li>
    <li>Change control</li>
    <li>Backup and disaster recovery planning</li>
    <li>Manage active directory</li>
    <li>Asset tracking</li>
    <h3><b>Shared Development & Operations duties</b></h3>
    <li>Software deployments</li>
    <li>Application monitoring & support</li>
    <li>Server provisioning and configuration</li>
    <p>Some of these traditional responsibilities have changed in the last few years. Virtualization and the cloud have greatly simplified buying decisions, installation, and configuration. For example, nobody cares what kind of server we are going to buy anymore for a specific application or project. We buy great big ones, virtualize them, and just carve out what we need and change it on the fly. Cloud hosting simplifies this even more by eliminating the need to buy servers at all.</p>
    <h4><b>So what part of the ?Ops? duties should developers be responsible for?</b></h4>
    <li>Be involved in selecting the application stack</li>
    <li>Configure and deploy virtual or cloud servers (potentially)</li>
    <li>Deploy their applications</li>
    <li>Monitor application and system health</li>
    <li>Respond to applications problems as they arise</li>
    <p>Developers who <strong>take ownership</strong> of these responsibilities can ultimately deploy and support their applications more rapidly. DevOps processes and tools eliminate the walls between the teams and enables more agility for the business. This philosophy can enable the developers to potentially be responsible for the entire application stack from OS level and up in more a <strong>self service mode</strong>.</p>
    <p><b>So what does the operations team do then?</b></p>
    <li>Manage the hardware infrastructure</li>
    <li>Configure and monitor networking</li>
    <li>Enforce policies around backup, DR, security, compliance, change control, etc</li>
    <li>Assist in monitoring the systems</li>
    <li>Manage active directory</li>
    <li>Asset tracking</li>
    <li>Other non-production application-related tasks</li>
    <li>Install & manage 3rd party software on-premise</li>
    <p>Depending on the company size, the workload of these tasks will vary greatly. In large enterprise companies these operations tasks become complex enough to require specialization and dedicated personnel for these responsibilities. For small to midsize companies the IT manager and 1-2 system administrators can typically handle these tasks.</p>
    <p>DevOps is evolving into letting the operations team focus on the infrastructure and IT policies while empowering the developers to exercise tremendous ownership from the OS level and up. With a solid infrastructure developers can own the application stack, build it, deploy it, and cover much if not all of its support. This enables development teams to be more self-service and independent of a busy centralized operations team. DevOps enables more agility, better efficiency, and ultimately a higher level of service to their customers.</p>
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    <h1>Azure pipelines cache</h1>
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    <h1>Clearing Cloudflare cache using PowerShell in Azure DevOps Pipelines</h1>
    <p><em>The following post assumes you already have your Cloudflare and Azure Pipelines setup.</em></p>
    <p>When I was deploying changes to an application, the changes didn't appear immediately to the customers. This could've been due to many reasons, but usually browser caching. In this case the changes still didn't show up after clearing the browser cache.</p>
    <p>So, what was caching the old version of the site? The web server, the database, the load balancer, or the proxy server?</p>
    <p>This is a common scenario in the life of a developer or sysadmin. It turns out I deployed the changes without following the lengthy deployment guide which included steps to clear all the layers of caching. Regretting my poor decisions, I decided to automate the process so I can focus on writing code instead of troubleshooting deployments.</p>
    <p>One part of the process was to purge Cloudflare's cache, so let's learn how I created a task to clear Cloudflare's caching as part of my Continuous Deployment Azure Pipeline (f.k.a. Visual Studio Team Service, Team Foundation Server).</p>
    <h2>Creating Clear Cloudflare Cache Task</h2>
    <p>Before creating our Clear Cloudflare Cache task, we need to get three variables from Cloudflare to interact with their API.</p>
    <li>Cloudflare Admin Email Address</li>
    <li>Cloudflare API Key</li>
    <li>Cloudflare Zone ID</li>
    <p>In our task we'll use all three variables, which we need to define inside of our pipeline like this:</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://res.cloudinary.com/practica...cloudflare-cache-azure-pipeline-variables.png" /></p>
    <p>Now that our variables are stored in our Azure DevOps Pipeline, we can continue on to creating our task.</p>
    <p>Navigate to our pipeline, and add a PowerShell task like this:</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://res.cloudinary.com/practica...35/create-powershell-task-azure-pipelines.png" /></p>
    <p>Let's configure the task as below:</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://res.cloudinary.com/practica...lear-cloudflare-cache-azure-pipeline-task.png" /></p>
    <p><strong>Display name</strong> : Bust Cloudflare Cache</p>
    <p><strong>Type</strong> : Inline</p>
    <p><strong>Script</strong> : For our script we'll use a modified version of the PowerShell script from a prior post.</p>
    <p>The modified version wraps the logic in a function and passes on environment variables that we'll setup after. <br /></p>
    <p>The PowerShell function does the following things:</p>
    <li>Construct the API URL to the cache_purge action, embedding your Zone ID within</li>
    <li>Setting up the required authentication headers which specifies your admin email and the API key</li>
    <li>Setting up the HTTP body to a JSON string specifying to purge everything</li>
    <li>Putting it all together and send an HTTP DELETE request</li>
    <p><strong>Environment Variables</strong> :</p>
    <p>The PowerShell script passes three environment variables to the function, but at the moment those variables are $Null.</p>
    <p>To define the environment variables we have to pipe the Pipeline variables to the Environment Variables of the PowerShell task.</p>
    <p>We can do this by naming our environment variable and then grabbing the Pipeline Variable using the <strong>$()</strong> syntax.</p>
    <p>At execution time <strong>$(CloudflareAdminEmail)</strong> will be replaced with the value of the Pipeline Variable.</p>
    <table> <thead> <tr> <th>Name</th> <th>Value</th> </tr> </th> <tbody> <tr> <td>CloudflareAdminEmail</td> <td>$(CloudflareAdminEmail)</td> </tr> <tr> <td>CloudflareApiKey</td> <td>$(CloudflareApiKey)</td> </tr> <tr> <td>CloudflareZoneId</td> <td>$(CloudflareZoneId)</td> </tr> </tbody> </table>
    <p>Now that the task has been setup, we can test it by running the pipeline and the task will purge Cloudflare's cache.</p>
    <p>Using Azure Pipelines we setup a PowerShell task that interacts with Cloudflare's API to clear cache on Cloudflare's edge servers. By including this as part of our deployment pipeline, we have less manual steps to perform or forget about.</p>
    <p>After purging the cache, we could now add another PowerShell task that crawls the website to re-hydrate Cloudflare's cache (ex1, ex2).</p>
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    <h1>Yaml azure devops</h1>
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    <h1>Solving the looping problem in Azure DevOps Pipelines</h1>
    <p>What should you do if you want to have a Pipelines job that loops based on dynamic inputs? Working around this problem has always been a pet peeve of mine - luckily today we?ve got options! Three in total to be precise, with different degree of difficulty.</p>
    <p>One of them is the simplest and has been around for ages: embed what you need to do in a script. Try to split the problem down to the lowest common denominator, and run the script. I just did this in a situation where we needed to run a non-predictable number of SonarQube scans as part of a CI build. We had the whole codebase in the branch (because reasons?), and based off the standard folder structure used by the projects I put together a script that runs the SonarQube scanner based on the number of plugins changed in a certain commit.</p>
    <p>If you think about that, it?s a very basic challenge. The <em>problem</em> (I don?t even want to call it as such, but still a challenge regardless) is that there is no built-in facility for such a concept, hence I had to improvise.</p>
    <p>The second one is using a build definition to be used as a template. You can trigger a dynamic number of these from another build (with a REST API call) that acts as orchestrator. This is slightly harder, but it allows for the GUI-based definitions to be used as templates so you can re-use what you have and you know already.</p>
    <p>The third (and better) way of doing so comes with the YAML pipelines: the <em>each</em> expression.</p>
    <p><em>Each</em> in YAML is equivalent to a for loop. So you can create a template which will have a set of actions, and pass parameters across during your build. YAML is looser than a GUI-based build definition IMHO, so it allows for something like this:</p>
    <p style="clear: both">template.yml: <img style="float: left; margin: 0 10px 5px 0;" src="https://mattvsts.github.io/images/posts/20190504.2.png" /></p>
    <p style="clear: both">azure-pipelines.yml: <img style="float: left; margin: 0 10px 5px 0;" src="https://mattvsts.github.io/images/posts/20190504.1.png" /></p>
    <p>Doing this will create two inline script task totally on the fly:</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://mattvsts.github.io/images/posts/20190504.3.png" /></p>
    <p>It is a very elegant solution that solves the looping problem in the first place, but of course it has a steeper learning curve.</p>
    <p>Regardless of what you choose, the flexibility of the platform is at such a level that anybody can find the solution which fits best given a problem. And it was good fun exploring them throughout :)</p>
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    <h1>Devops paas</h1>
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    <h1>Azure Paas and DevOps</h1>
    <h4>Abstract and Learning Objectives</h4>
    <p>This hands-on lab is designed to help students will gain a better understanding of how to integrate and deploy complex Open Source Software (OSS) workloads into Azure PaaS. Attendees will migrate an existing MERN (MongoDB, Express.js, React.js, Node.js) stack application from a hosted environment into Azure PaaS services, and fully embrace modern DevOps tools.</p>
    <p><strong>Attendees will learn how to: <br /></strong></p>
    <li>Provision Web App for Containers for hosting OSS applications</li>
    <li>Migrate a MongoDB instance into Cosmos DB</li>
    <li>Implement serverless technologies, such as Logic Apps and Azure Functions, to enhance OSS app functionality</li>
    <li>Provision an Azure Container Registry</li>
    <li>Build Docker images and push them into the Azure Container Registry</li>
    <li>Enable continuous deployment with Jenkins and Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS)</li>
    <p>Best for You Organics Company is one of the leading health food suppliers in North America, serving customers in Canada, Mexico, and the United States. They have a MERN stack web application which they host on-premises and are looking to migrate their OSS application into Azure. They will be creating a custom Docker image for their application and using a Jenkins and Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD) pipeline to deploy the application into a Web App for Containers instance. In addition, they will be setting up Azure Cosmos DB, and using the MongoDB APIs, so they don?t have to make application code changes to leverage the power of Cosmos DB. In this hands-on lab, you will assist with completing the OSS application and database migrations into Azure. You will create a custom Docker image, provision an Azure Container Registry, push the image to the registry, and configure the CI/CD pipeline to deploy the application to a Web App for Containers instance. You will also help them implement functionality enhancements using serverless architecture.</p>
    <h4>Solution Architecture</h4>
    <p>Image Source: Microsoft</p>
    <h4>Course Outline</h4>
    <p><strong>Before the hands-on lab <br /></strong></p>
    <li>Provision a lab virtual machine</li>
    <li>Provision a Jenkins server</li>
    <li>Connect to your Lab VM</li>
    <li>Install an SSH client</li>
    <li>Install Visual Studio Code</li>
    <li>Install Node.js and NPM</li>
    <li>Install MongoDB Community Edition</li>
    <li>Install Docker</li>
    <li>Create GitHub account</li>
    <li>Fork the starter app</li>
    <li>Prepare GitHub account for service integrations</li>
    <p><strong>Run starter application</strong> </p>
    <li>Clone the starter application</li>
    <li>Start MongoDB</li>
    <li>Launch the starter application</li>
    <p><strong> <br />Migrate the database to Cosmos DB</strong></p>
    <li>Provision Cosmos DB using the MongoDB API</li>
    <li>Update database connection string</li>
    <li>Pre-create and scale collections</li>
    <li>Import data to the API for MongoDB using mongoimport</li>
    <li>Install Azure Cosmos DB extension for VS Code</li>
    <li>Decrease collection throughput</li>
    <li>Create an Azure Container Registry</li>
    <li>Install Docker extension in VS Code</li>
    <li>Create Docker image and run the app</li>
    <li>Run the containerized App</li>
    <li>Push image to Azure Container Registry</li>
    <p><strong>Set up Web App for Containers</strong></p>
    <li>Provision Web App for Containers</li>
    <li>Navigate to the deployed app</li>
    <p><strong>Configure CI/CD pipeline</strong></p>
    <li>Configure Continuous Integration (CI) with Jenkins</li>
    <li>Trigger CI build</li>
    <li>Create Free Visual Studio Team Services Account</li>
    <li>Create a VSTS personal access token</li>
    <li>Configure Jenkins for Team Services integration</li>
    <li>Create a Jenkins service endpoint is VSTS</li>
    <li>Create a Team Services release definition</li>
    <li>Trigger CI/CD pipeline</li>
    <p><strong>Create Azure Function for order processing</strong></p>
    <li>Provision a Function App</li>
    <li>Configure storage queues</li>
    <li>Create Cosmos DB trigger function</li>
    <li>Create Queue function</li>
    <p><strong>Create Logic App for sending SMS notifications</strong></p>
    <li>Create Free Twilio account</li>
    <li>Create Logic App</li>
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    This hands-on Azure Paas and DevOps lab is designed to help students will gain a better understanding of how to integrate and deploy complex Open Source Software workloads into Azure PaaS. Attendees will migrate an existing MERN (MongoDB, Express.js, React.js, Node.js) stack application into Azure PaaS services.
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    <h1>Microsoft devops server</h1>
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    <h1>Microsoft devops server</h1>
    <p>Microsoft Azure DevOps Server / Express 2020 x64</p>
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    <p>Microsoft Azure DevOps Server / Express 2020 x64 | 3.6 GB | Language: English</p>
    <p> <br />The Microsoft Azure development team is pleased to announce the availability of Azure DevOps Server 2020 RTW. This release includes is a roll up of bug fixes and also all features in the Azure DevOps Server 2020 RC2 previously released.</p>
    <p> <br />Azure DevOps Server 2020 RTW Release Notes - Date: October 6, 2020 <br />Azure DevOps Server 2020 is a roll up of bug fixes. It includes all features in the Azure DevOps Server 2020 RC2 previously released.</p>
    <p>Note: Azure DevOps 2020 Server has an issue with installing one of the assemblies used by the Git Virtual File System (GVFS). <br />Previously known as Team Foundation Server (TFS), Azure DevOps Server is a set of collaborative software development tools, hosted on-premises. Azure DevOps Server integrates with your existing IDE or editor, enabling your cross-functional team to work effectively on projects of all sizes.</p>
    <p>Azure DevOps includes developer collaboration tools which can be used together or independently, including Azure Boards (Work), Azure Repos (Code), Azure Pipelines (Build and Release), Azure Test Plans (Test), and Azure Artifacts (Packages). These tools support all popular programming languages, any platform (including macOS, Linux, and Windows) or cloud, as well as on-premises environments. Like with TFS, you control where you install Azure DevOps Server and when you apply updates. If you prefer to let us manage, use Azure DevOps Services which is available in more geographic regions than any other cloud hosted developer collaboration service.</p>
    <p>In this video, Abel talks to Dipendra Namdeo to find out about the Azure DevOps Wiki - an online wiki solution built into Azure DevOps. In a software project, there is a need to share information and document knowledge about the project, have an easy way to create and edit the documentation and be able to quickly search through the docs. The Azure DevOps Wiki gives us all these things.</p>
    <p>Microsoft Corporation, leading developer of personal-computer software systems and applications. The company also publishes books and multimedia titles, offers e-mail services, and sells electronic game systems, computer peripherals (input/output devices), and portable media players. It has sales offices throughout the world.</p>
    <p> <br />Product: Microsoft Azure <br />Version: DevOps Server / Express 2020 <br />Supported Architectures: x64 <br />Website Home Page : <br /></p>
    <p>Language: english <br />System Requirements: PC * <br />Size: 3.6 Gb</p>
    <p>Server or client installation <br />- Runs on either a Windows Server operating system or a Windows client operating system. <br />- Azure DevOps Server 2020 run only on a 64-bit operating system. <br />Server operating systems <br />- Windows Server 2019 <br />- Windows Server 2016 <br />- Windows Server 2020 <br />Note: The Server Core installation option is supported only for Azure DevOps Server 2020 <br />Client operating systems <br />- Windows 10 (Enterprise) Version 1803 <br />- Windows 10 (Professional, Enterprise) 1809 or later <br />Azure SQL Database and SQL Server <br />- Azure SQL Database <br />- SQL Server 2019 <br />- SQL Server 2017 <br />- SQL Server 2016 (minimum SP1)</p>
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    <h1>Azure devops burndown</h1>
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    <h1>Azure devops burndown</h1>
    <p>GitHub is home to over 50 million developers working together to host and review code, manage projects, and build software together.</p>
    <h3>GitHub is where the world builds software</h3>
    <p>Millions of developers and companies build, ship, and maintain their software on GitHub ? the largest and most advanced development platform in the world.</p>
    <h2> azure-devops-docs / docs / report / dashboards / burndown-guidance.md</strong> </h2>
    <li>Go to file T</li>
    <li>Go to line L</li>
    <li>Copy path</li>
    <p>Review your sprint burndown chart throughout your sprint cycle to check for these indicators:</p>
    <li>Is remaining work getting updated regularly? Flat spaces within the blue area indicate a lack of updates.</li>
    <li>Is remaining work increasing instead of decreasing? Increases can indicate work that wasn't estimated or planned. Both signal a need for the team to discuss how they'll complete the sprint tasks on time.</li>
    <li>Based on the actual burn rate, does the team feel confident that they'll complete the work by the end of the sprint?</li>
    <p>To configure or view sprint burndown charts, see Sprint burndown.</p>
    <p>By estimating remaining work of tasks for each backlog item, teams better understand what they can accomplish within a sprint. Because the sprint tasks define the overall sprint scope, defining the remaining work leads to a well-defined sprint scope. Anything that is not represented by a task in the sprint should be considered out of scope for the sprint.</p>
    <p>. moniker range=">= azure-devops-2020"</p>
    <p>As the team makes progress, divergences from the ideal trend line help the team monitor divergences from scope.</p>
    <p>Increases instead of decreases within the blue graph may indicate:</p>
    <li>Poor estimates made to tasks</li>
    <li>Discovery of new work not accounted for in sprint planning</li>
    <li>Scope creep, additional work not agreed to by the team.</li>
    <p>Whatever the cause, teams should come together quickly to determine how to remedy the increased workload.</p>
    <p>Solutions may include reassigning tasks or recruiting additional resources. The team should move all non-essential sprint work to the backlog and consider it during the next sprint planning meeting.</p>
    <p>Mitigate risk through daily inspection</h2></p>
    <p>. moniker range=">= azure-devops-2020"</p>
    <p>Your burn-down chart shows you if your project is on schedule. A daily check can mitigate risks and provide early warning of potential schedule or cost overruns, two metrics associated with traditional project management.</p>
    <p>For example, when the actual remaining work (blue area) goes flat for a while, or remains high above the ideal trend line, the team is at risk of not meeting their sprint commitments.</p>
    <p>Teams should meet immediately to course correct and either reassign work, recruit more resources, or reset expectations.</p>
    <p>In addition to the sprint burndown chart, teams can review the velocity at which they work sprint over sprint. The velocity chart tracks how many backlog items your team works on in a sprint.</p>
    <p>You can use your team velocity as input into the forecast tool to help plan your sprints.</p>
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    <h1>Run MSBuild from Command Line task in Azure Devops</h1>
    <p>I'm trying to execute msbuild on Azure Devops. Because of that I cannot use the MSBuild task provided.</p>
    <p>When I use a Command Line task the command is not recognised. On my local machine I load vcvarsall.bat before I use msbuild . But I've not been unable to work out how to obtain that path in Azure Devops. Doesn't appear to be a Develop Command Prompt task for Azue Devops either.</p>
    <p>Any ideas on how I can use msbuild from a Command Line task or Batch Script task? Using their Hosted VS agent.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://i.stack.imgur.com/Z1hIP.png" /></p>
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    <p>If you use Hosted Agent 2017 you can run the msbuild.exe from the Command Line task in this way:</p>
    <p style="clear: both">Command Line version 1: <img style="float: left; margin: 0 10px 5px 0;" src="https://i.stack.imgur.com/eiXCc.png" /></p>
    <p>Command Line version 2:</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://i.stack.imgur.com/XznKT.png" /></p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://i.stack.imgur.com/jmcgC.png" /></p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://i.stack.imgur.com/Bhmli.jpg" /></p>
    <p>If you are interested in seeing how the built-in Microsoft task resolves the path, all the Azure Devops tasks are provided open-source. These are the path functions you probably care to review.</p>
    <p>The best way to do this in a supported way is to use vswhere . The following bit of script will install vswhere (using chocolatey) and then query the installer registry where msbuild can be found. Replace -latest with a more specific version if you need that:</p>
    <p>This will save the path to msbuild to the environment variable %msbuildpath% as well as the pipeline variable (for this stage) $(msbuildpath) .</p>
    <p>You can then either use a second run commandline task and pass in $(msbuildpath) or you can simply call MsBuild from the same piece of script mentioned above by calling:</p>
    <p>This will make sure your script will remain working, even if Microsoft upgrades their images and moves some things around (which does happen).</p>
    <p>You can also get vswhere using wget or invoke-webrequest -outfile from the following location:</p>
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    <h1>Use the Task List</h1>
    <p>Use <strong>Task List</strong> to track code comments that use tokens such as TODO and HACK , or custom tokens, and to manage shortcuts that take you directly to a predefined location in code. Click on the item in the list to go to its location in the source code.</p>
    <p>This topic applies to Visual Studio on Windows. For Visual Studio for Mac, see Task comments (Visual Studio for Mac).</p>
    <h2>The Task List window</h2>
    <p>When <strong>Task List</strong> is open, it appears at the bottom of the application window.</p>
    <p>To open <strong>Task List</strong>, select <strong>View</strong> > <strong>Task List</strong>, or from the keyboard press <strong>Ctrl</strong>+<strong>\</strong>,<strong>T</strong>.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/visualstudio/ide/media/vs2015_task_list.png" /></p>
    <p>To change the sort order of the list, select the header of any column. To further refine your search results, press <strong>Shift</strong> and click a second column header. Alternatively, on the shortcut menu, choose <strong>Sort by</strong>, and then choose a header. To further refine your search results, press <strong>Shift</strong> and choose a second header.</p>
    <p>To show or hide columns, on the shortcut menu, choose <strong>Show Columns</strong>. Select the columns that you want to show or hide.</p>
    <p>To change the order of the columns, drag any column header to the location that you want.</p>
    <h2>User tasks</h2>
    <p>The user task feature was removed in Visual Studio 2015. When you open a solution that has user task data from Visual Studio 2013 and earlier, the user task data in your <em>.suo</em> file is not affected, but the user tasks are not displayed in the task list.</p>
    <p>If you wish to continue to access and update your user task data, open the project in Visual Studio 2013 and copy the content of any user tasks into your preferred project management tool (such as Team Foundation Server).</p>
    <h2>Tokens and comments</h2>
    <p>A comment in your code preceded by a comment marker and a predefined token also appears in <strong>Task List</strong>. For example, the following C# comment has three distinct parts:</p>
    <p>The comment marker ( // )</p>
    <p>The token, for example ( TODO )</p>
    <p>The comment (the rest of the text)</p>
    <p>Because TODO is a predefined token, this comment appears as a TODO task in the list.</p>
    <h3>Custom tokens</h3>
    <p>By default, Visual Studio includes the following tokens: HACK , TODO , UNDONE , and UnresolvedMergeConflict . They are not case-sensitive. You can also create your own custom tokens.</p>
    <p>Default tokens are available only for the C/C++, C#, and VB languages. To create your own tokens for other programming languages, use the following steps.</p>
    <p>To create a custom token:</p>
    <p>On the <strong>Tools</strong> menu, choose <strong>Options</strong>.</p>
    <p>Open the <strong>Environment</strong> folder and then choose <strong>Task List</strong>.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/visualstudio/ide/media/vs2015_task_list_options.png" /></p>
    <p>In the <strong>Name</strong> text box, enter your token name, for example <strong>BUG</strong>.</p>
    <p>In the <strong>Priority</strong> drop-down list, choose a default priority for the new token.</p>
    <p>Choose <strong>Add</strong>.</p>
    <p>The <strong>Add</strong> button becomes enabled after you enter a name. You must enter a name before clicking <strong>Add</strong>.</p>
    <h3>C++ TODO comments</h3>
    <p>By default, C++ TODO comments are displayed in <strong>Task List</strong>.</p>
    <p>To turn off C++ TODO comments, on the <strong>Tools</strong> menu, choose <strong>Options</strong> > <strong>Text Editor</strong> > <strong>C/C++</strong> > <strong>View</strong> > <strong>Enumerate Comment Tasks</strong>, and set the value to <strong>false</strong>.</p>
    <p>A <em>shortcut</em> is a bookmark in the code that is tracked in <strong>Task List</strong>. It has a different icon than a regular bookmark. Double-click the shortcut in <strong>Task List</strong> to go to the corresponding location in the code.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/visualstudio/ide/media/vs2015_task_list_bookmark.png" /></p>
    <h3>Create a shortcut</h3>
    <p>To create a shortcut, insert the pointer into the code where you want to place a shortcut. Choose <strong>Edit</strong> > <strong>Bookmarks</strong> > <strong>Add Task List Shortcut</strong> or press <strong>Ctrl</strong>+<strong>K</strong>, <strong>Ctrl</strong>+<strong>H</strong>.</p>
    <p>To navigate through the shortcuts in the code, choose a shortcut in the list, and then choose <strong>Next Task</strong> or <strong>Previous Task</strong> from the shortcut menu.</p>
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    <h1>Continuous integration</h1>
    <h2>Из курса: DevOps for the Database with VSTS and Azure </h2>
    <h2>Сведения о курсе</h2>
    <p>Databases are critical to most line-of-business applications; they need to be tightly managed to perform well in a DevOps environment. This course targets developers and database admins who write code and work with SQL Server databases. Instructor Brian Randall shows how to put a database under version control and move through an automated release pipeline using Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) and Azure. Learn how to build a SQL database using a continuous integration workflow, release the database via continuous deployment, and bake in quality from the beginning, by testing the database with a number of different tools. Plus, learn how to troubleshoot over a dozen real-world issues that admins encounter with SQL databases, from database drift to multi-environment deploys.</p>
    <h3>Brian Randell</h3>
    <h4>Partner at MCW Technologies</h4>
    <p>Brian A. Randell is a partner with MCW Technologies. He has been building software solutions for 20+ years.</p>
    <p>Brian is a technical trainer and consultant for businesses small and large-including Fortune 100 companies-who educates teams on Microsoft technologies. He specializes in helping companies improve their processes, including ideations, deployments, product management, and monitoring. He is a Visual Studio ALM MVP and the co-author of <i>Professional Application Lifecycle Management with Visual Studio 2013</i>.</p>
    <h2>Навыки, охваченные в этом курсе</h2>
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    <p>4 474 человека просмотрели этот курс</p>
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    <p>- [Narrator] On your screen you'll see a quote from Martin Fowler. And it is basically a definition for continuous integration. The end goal with continuous integration is to be a better team member. Whenever multiple people are working on a software solution there's gonna be a need to bring one person's changes together with another person's changes. That process of bringing two different sets of code base together is known as integration. Integration can show you places where assumptions were made incorrectly. When working with a database project, for example, I may make a change that application code, say a mid-tier service is using, I could break something. And what happens then is when we try and bring the two together we're gonna find it doesn't work. Now continuous integration is one tool in our tool belt to help us build higher quality solutions. It doesn't replace talking to other developers. But it is a critical aspect in mature teams building successful software solutions?</p>
    <h2>Загрузите курсы и проходите обучение, где бы вы ни находились</h2>
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    <h2>Microsoft Azure</h2>
    <p>Microsoft Azure is an ever-expanding set of cloud services to help your organization meet your business challenges. It?s the freedom to build, manage, and deploy applications on a massive, global network using your favorite tools and frameworks.</p>
    <h3>How can I buy Azure?</h3>
    <li><strong>Purchase Azure directly from Microsoft:</strong> Get the same Azure pricing whether you create an account through the Azure website or add Azure to a Microsoft Enterprise Agreement.</li>
    <li><strong>Use Azure as part of a managed service from a Microsoft partner</strong>: Microsoft Cloud Solution Provider (CSP) partners offer a range of complete managed cloud solutions for Azure. Find a partner.</li>
    <li>Commit to the software and services through the Azure Hybrid Benefit and Azure Reserved Virtual Machine Instances.</li>
    <p>For more details on how to purchase Azure, visit the Azure Purchase FAQ.</p>
    <h3>Azure licensing FAQ</h3>
    <p>The Azure Hybrid Benefit helps you get more value from your Windows Server licenses and save up to 40 percent* on virtual machines. You can use the benefit with Windows Server Datacenter and Standard edition licenses covered with Software Assurance or Windows Server Subscriptions. Depending on the edition, you can convert or re-use your licenses to run Windows Server virtual machines in Azure and pay a lower base compute rate (Linux virtual machine rates). For more details, see Azure Hybrid Benefit.</p>
    <p><i>* Actual savings may vary based on region, instance type, or usage.</i></p>
    <p>Azure Reserved Virtual Machine (VM) Instances enable customers to reserve VMs on Azure for one-year or three-year terms based on better pricing, and greater simplicity and flexibility:</p>
    <li>Significantly reduce costs?up to 72 percent compared to pay-as-you-go prices?with one-year or three-year terms on Windows and Linux virtual machines (VMs). When you combine the cost savings gained from Azure Reserved VM Instances with the added value of the Azure Hybrid Benefit, you can save up to 80 percent*</li>
    <li>Lower your total cost of ownership by combining Azure Reserved Instances with pay-as-you-go prices to manage costs across predictable and variable workloads. In many cases, you can further reduce your costs with reserved instance size flexibility.</li>
    <li>What's more, you can now improve budgeting and forecasting with a single upfront payment, making it easy to calculate your investments.</li>
    <p><i>* The 80% saving is based on the combination of Windows Server and three-year Azure Reserved Instance. The estimate does not include Software Assurance costs. Sample annual cost comparison of two D2V3 Windows Server VMs. Savings based on two D2V3 VMs in US West 2 Region running 744 hours/month for 12 months; Base compute rate at SUSE Linux Enterprise rate for US West 2. Azure pricing as of 04/24/2018. Prices subject to change. Actual savings may vary based on location, instance type, or usage.</i></p>
    <p>Use the Azure pricing calculator to better understand the pricing of Microsoft Azure Services. Prices shown on the calculator do not reflect any discounts that may be applied by Microsoft or your reseller.</p>
    <p>Your Microsoft Azure subscription includes account management and billing support. Additional technical support for your Azure workloads is available through a variety of offers. Visit the Azure website for more information.</p>
    <p>Yes, if you have Software Assurance (SA) you can use License Mobility or Azure Hybrid Benefits to "bring-your-own-license" for all Virtual Machines supported server products. License Mobility does not apply to Windows Server. Azure Hybrid Benefits apply to Windows Server and SQL Server only.</p>
    <p>Yes, security and privacy are built into the Azure platform. Microsoft is committed to the highest levels of trust, transparency, standards conformance, and regulatory compliance with the most comprehensive set of compliance offerings of any cloud service provider. Learn more.</p>
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    <p>Deliver desired features fast, before customers look for alternatives</p>
    <p>Be proactive eliminating customers frustrations about broken service</p>
    <p>Identify and fix software issues before customers call you</p>
    <p>To make product or service better you're implementing new features and resolve issues quickly.</p>
    <p>Automated continuous integration process provide the qualitative builds frequently.</p>
    <p>Automated testing like Unit/BDD-testing ensures the next build will not be worst than previous one.</p>
    <p>Manual testing helps you to achieve better test coverage and provide better quality.</p>
    <p>While implementing a feature 70% of customers leave a service because of low service quality.</p>
    <p>To low down Churn Rate software/middleware monitoring should be established.</p>
    <p>Onboard customers to help them better understand your service or product with pleasure.</p>
    <p>Help customers to find answers to questions and avoid uncertainty quickly.</p>
    <h2>DevOps process becomesР’ painfull and brings too much frustrations</h2>
    <p>Huge tasks flow brings chaos, so you lost control andР’ unable to make right product on time.</p>
    <p>Critical issues aged more than 2 days, but engineering team is very busy with other stuff.</p>
    <p>There is neither clear vision of product state nor consistent vision of what to improve first.</p>
    <p>Tasks and knowledgeР’ dispersed across multiple tools, so time is wasted while hopping from one app to another.</p>
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    <h2>Don't hire more, let the task management be transparent and clear</h2>
    <li>Features, issues, bugs and infrastructure incidents are visbile to a team at their actual states on single task board.</li>
    <li>Product backlog contains tasks in prioritized order, by now it is clear enough what should be done first.</li>
    <li>It is clear who is doing what and who will be available soon at one glance.</li>
    <h2>Plug in your favorite monitoring tool into DevOps board</h2>
    <p>Simply setup webhook and configure alerts settings to use it. If there is no webhook available just make integration using emails notifications. Read more details in Docs </p>
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    <h2>Automate management via Software Kanban</h2>
    <li>Team members pull cards in work according to their availability or competence and try to implement it as soon as possible.</li>
    <li>Limits of work in progress show actual human resources and help identify bottlenecks in your product construction pipeline.</li>
    <li>Team improves its productivity by analyzing simple Kanban metrics, like Average Lead Time.</li>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="http://devopsboard.com/img/errors.png" /></p>
    <h2>Resolve software errors proactively</h2>
    <li>Don't rely on users feedback, identify errors and put it into development pipeline ASAP.</li>
    <li>Don't expect users will collect and send you comprehensive report describing bug's context.</li>
    <li>Identify environments and the builds producing issues at one glance.</li>
    <h2>Catch exceptions at any level of your application stack</h2>
    <p>Instead of logs analysis, integrate errors and exceptions handlers directly into any level of your application stack using favorite programming language like JavaScript, Ruby, PHP, .Net, Java, etc. Read more details in Docs </p>
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    <h2>Automate everyday activities</h2>
    <li>Improve productivity using automatic actions you can define manually based on tasks description and other attributes.</li>
    <li>Define custom actions to set higher priority or assign task to a team member.</li>
    <li>Hide minor issues and be focused on top of the most important ones.</li>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="http://devopsboard.com/img/testing.png" /></p>
    <h2>Let quality level be clear to everyone</h2>
    <li>Publish test reports generated by JUnit, TestNG, NUnit and others with relation to build had tested.</li>
    <li>Cover complex and stochastic test scenarios by manual testing to get comprehensive view on build's quality.</li>
    <li>Make transparent and deliberate go / no go decision.</li>
    <h2>Make your delivery pipeline really continuous</h2>
    <p>Integrate your favorite continuous integration and continuous deployment tools with DevOps board.</p>
    <p>Visualize build status and report tasks to repair broken builds automatically. Read more details in Docs </p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="http://devopsboard.com/img/macbook.png" /></p>
    <h2>Listen and support customers</h2>
    <li>Tickets become visible after customers send emails to your support email or submit tickets via helpdesk website.</li>
    <li>After a ticket is done customer is notified on this by email.</li>
    <li>Team members collect and write articles using the build-in knowledge base (Wiki) feature. Articles are visible and searchable to users via helpdesk website.</li>
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    <h2>Everything is code so everyone is aware of changes</h2>
    <li>Connect repositories like GitHub, GitLab, Subversion or TFS with task board to control source code changes and bind it with primary cause.</li>
    <li>Review changes in product's code, infrastructure, test scenarios and scripts to make consistent changes and to identify issues as early as possible.</li>
    <p>Use only one integrated app focused on DevOps instead of 5 multipurpose tools like wiki, helpdesk, tracker, kanban and exception monitoring app.</p>
    <p>DevOps board seriously improves team's productivity through transparency and automation. It saves money you really need.</p>
    <p>It has dozen of ready to use connectors to variety DevOps tasks sources. REST API, WebHooks and Zapier allow to connect more. Connect any of your lovely tool.</p>
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    <h1>Continuous Integration</h1>
    <p>This session on Continuous Integration demonstrates and discusses the benefits of merging all working copies of developers' code with a shared mainline, producing a new build upon code check-in.</p>
    <p>[02:24] Introduction to Continuous Integration<br />[06:42] Demo - Fastest Continuous Integration demo ever<br />[08:06] Demo - VSTS Build tasks and configuring a build definition<br />[10:08] Demo - Creating a git branch from Visual Studio <br />[11:35] Best practice discussion on deployable unit <br />[12:57] Demo - Committing changes in git from Visual Studio and kicking off a CI build <br />[13:45] Demo - Branch policies<br />[16:35] Demo - Build runs and test results<br />[18:06] Resources</p>
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    <p>Excellent video as always! Please, continue to share this kind of knowledge!</p>
    <p>When can we expect the slides?</p>
    <p>Great video. It would be helpful for me to have you guys discuss the team practice, or habits a bit more. because I am from the operations side, where I do not necessarily see the actual practice of coding and integration. Knowing what practice or habits that the devs team have, and align with their practice of what the ops teams are doing, will greatly increase the knowledge sharing and collaborating, thereby building the trust we need to have successful DevOps.</p>
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