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    <h1>What Is Team Foundation Server?</h1>
    <h2>What Team Foundation Server Does</h2>
    <blockquote> <p>Team Foundation Server (Microsoft TFS) helps manage teams and their code. It's because TFS offers a combo of version control, issue tracking, and application lifecycle management. </p></blockquote>
    <h3>What Is Microsoft TFS Used For?</h3>
    <p>Microsoft TFS for source control has been around for more than a decade. And it has evolved a lot since its inception in 2005. There are professionals in the industry whose entire careers have been dedicated to managing TFS. Such expertise has been necessary because it was quite complicated to administer.</p>
    <p>Hands-on management was critical to deal with database changes, service packs, and countless upgrades that added numerous small features. TFS was complicated to use, because it was created when user experience (UX) was not a top priority for Microsoft. When comes to TFS testing, there was no to what was happening. Testing in TFS steps was difficult because there was relationship between bugs and failed tests.</p>
    <h2>Microsoft TFS Project Management</h2>
    <p>In 2012, TFS morphed into a tool that helped teams manage their software development projects using Agile. One of the primary reasons it became popular for Agile was because companies already had Microsoft licenses. It was a simple choice. This made it easier for teams to adopt and support new Agile software development process.</p>
    <p>Microsoft also created a dedicated TFS ALM tool. This light-weight tool could manage some requirements, but it lacked a robust and flexible model that can support large-scale global teams.</p>
    <p>On the version control side of things, TFS has had a couple of different approaches. Team Foundation Version Control (TFVC) was one centralized version control system. This system saved historical data using path-based branches created and maintained on a Windows server.</p>
    <h2>Microsoft TFS in the Cloud</h2>
    <p>Many people continue to run older on-premises versions of TFS. But Microsoft has been moving all the software it makes to the cloud. Some obvious examples include Office 365 and Azure, along with numerous smaller initiatives. For many, Microsoft?s cloud move was unexpected, but the benefits are clear. Azure has become a fast, secure, and integrated platform for Windows shops.</p>
    <p>It seems like no one ever expected Microsoft to openly embrace open source. But when you look at it closely, it makes sense. A big part of Microsoft?s strategy has been to win the hearts and minds of developers. Open Source has become popular with both developers and the companies they work for. As a result, Microsoft has put Git front and center in Visual Studio?s Source Code Control (SCC) integration.</p>
    <h3>TFS Evolution: What Is the Difference between VSTS and TFS?</h3>
    <p>So, TFS has morphed again. Today, VSTS (Visual Studio Team Services) is Microsoft?s Git code hosting, collaboration, and DevOps platform. It offers features comparable to other cloud-based Git tools and is the default version control system in Visual Studio. The on-premises version of VSTS is now called TFS. It looks nothing like the TFS of old. Microsoft?s GVFS (Git Virtual File System) runs on Windows servers and turns Git into a centralized, server-based system.</p>
    <p>You can continue to use your legacy TFVC with Visual Studio and other popular VCS systems. Perforce Helix Core continues to have very strong integrations with the popular integrated development environment (IDE). Helix Core?s plugin for Visual Studio (P4VS) has been downloaded almost 400,000 times.</p>
    <h2>TFS for Source Control: Evaluating the Git Takeover</h2>
    <p>But even after all of this, yet another morph for TFS for source control may be on the horizon with Microsoft?s recent acquisition of GitHub, the actual home of open source software. Public announcements from the leadership of both companies say they will continue to operate ?business as usual?, serving their respective communities.</p>
    <p>This being said, we all know things can change quickly in the technology marketplace. It seems very likely that, at some point in the future, GitHub and VSTS will merge. It isn?t much of a stretch to think that NuGet and other tools might make their way over to this combination. It will be interesting to see how Microsoft version control will evolve.</p>
    <h2>What?s the Best Replacement for Team Foundation Server?</h2>
    <p>If you are still using an older on-premises version of Microsoft TFS, consider joining many other companies who are taking advantage of this turning point to evaluate. Is Git and the new VSTS really the right set of technologies for your team?</p>
    <p><ul>
    <li>Large numbers of developers.</li>
    <li>Geographic locations.</li>
    <li>Very large files (and a lot of them).</li>
    <li>Automation needs.</li>
    </ul>
    </p>
    <p>Then Git may not be the right solution for you.</p>
    <h3>Helix Core + Git Support</h3>
    <p>TFS is like an old friend. But it?s one who wants give you handwritten directions, rather than plug an address into Google maps. It?s probably holding you back, or at least delaying your arrival.</p>
    <p>And at this point, it isn?t just the VCS in the mix, but also Agile project management and lifecycle management. Perforce tools deliver best-in-class functionality that exceeds the comparable functionality in TFS and TFVC.</p>
    <p>Helix Core ?version control from Perforce ? outperforms TFS for course control in performance for common operations such as branching, checking out files, and tagging files. It provides a solution that supports your DevOps and automation initiatives (and even works with Git).</p>
    <p>It can easily handle your version management operations more reliably. And Helix Core delivers satisfaction to your organization with faster performance, global scalability, better security, and support for DevOps at scale.</p>
    <p>Plus, you can try Helix Core free for five users</p>
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    Kabrinskiy Eduard - Azure devops bitbucket integration - Кабринский Рдуард <h1>Azure devops bitbucket integration</h1> <p>[youtube]</p> Azure devops bitbucket integration <a href="http://remmont.com">Online news</a> Azure devops bitbucket integration <h1> Continuous Integration and DevOps Tools Setup and Tips </h1> <p>Communicate. Collaborate. Integrate.</p> <h2>Saturday, May 26, 2018</h2> <h3>Migrate Java App from Bitbucket to Azure Cloud - How to migrate Java application to Azure Cloud from Bitbucket using VSTS</h3> <p>Let's say you have a Java application that is setup already in Bitbucket. Your organization have decided to migrate to Azure Cloud. Let us see how we can migrate the application to Azure:</p> <p><b><u>Pre-requistes:</u></b> <br />1. Java application set up in Bitbucket. <br />2. VSTS project setup.</p> <p>Let us create WebApp in Azure Portal First. WebApp is a App service provide by Azure for hosting your web application. It supports .NET, Java, PHP, Python and NodeJS. We will be deploying our Java Web App which is available in bitbucket repo.</p> <p> <b>Create App service on Azure portal</u></b> <br />Now to login portal.azure.com <br />click on App services</p> <p>Click on Add <br />Click on Web App. <br />Create <br />Enter App service name(it should be unique) <br />Create a new resource group(for first time if you create an app service, otherwise you can use existing group name)</p> <p>Select azure free subscription</p> <p>Leave the rest default click save/ create</p> <p>This will take bit time to create the app service. <br />Now click on app service tab on left. You will see the newly created app service. <br />Select it, go to application settings. Choose Java 8 instead of .Net <br />And also web container as Tomcat.</p> <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://3.bp.blogspot.com/--yFY5-ng...320/Screen Shot 2018-03-18 at 10.36.01 AM.png" /></p> <p>Save and try to access the app service url by going to overview section of app service.</p> <p>Y ou should see the app service home page.</p> <p><b><u>Steps to migrate java applications from Bitbucket to Azure Cloud using VSTS:</u></b> </p> <p>1. Login to VSTS. Click on your project. <br />2. Go to build and release <br />3. Click on builds <br />4. Click on New. <br />5. Select Bitbucket Cloud as Source. Select service connection. <br /></p> <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://1.bp.blogspot.com/-UsryfqJr...s320/Screen Shot 2018-05-26 at 6.27.27 PM.png" /></p> <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://1.bp.blogspot.com/-pTGi1f-5...s320/Screen Shot 2018-05-26 at 6.44.55 PM.png" /></p> <p>10. Now Click on Maven pom.xml and make sure you have right goal - clean install <br />11. Leave the value as it is for Copy Files to staging folder</p> <p>12. Publish Artifact: Drop <br /></p> <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://3.bp.blogspot.com/-EkKwE2MS...s320/Screen Shot 2018-05-26 at 6.48.53 PM.png" /></p> <p>13. Click on Stop azure web app <br />Enter Azure subscription.</p> <h2>Azure devops bitbucket integration</h2> <h3>Azure devops bitbucket integration</h3> <p>[youtube]</p> Azure devops bitbucket integration <a href="http://remmont.com">Top news</a> Azure devops bitbucket integration <h4>Azure devops bitbucket integration</h4> Continuous Integration and DevOps Tools Setup and Tips Communicate. Collaborate. Integrate. Saturday, May 26, 2018 Migrate Java App from Bitbucket to Azure Cloud - How to migrate Java <h5>Azure devops bitbucket integration</h5> Azure devops bitbucket integration <a href="http://remmont.com">Azure devops bitbucket integration</a> Azure devops bitbucket integration SOURCE: <h6>Azure devops bitbucket integration</h6> <a href="https://dev-ops.engineer/">Azure devops bitbucket integration</a> Azure devops bitbucket integration #tags#[replace: -,-Azure devops bitbucket integration] Azure devops bitbucket integration#tags# Эдуард Кабринский new
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    <h2>Welcome to the DevOpsDays Istanbul 2018! <br />Here is the link for DevOpsDays Istanbul 2016 <br />Here is the link for DevOpsDays Istanbul 2017</h2>
    <p>The Conference will be held at Radisson Blu Hotel on September 20, 2018. Feel invited for one day full of substantive lectures from the DevOps field. We invite everyone to participate.</p>
    <h2>About DevOpsDays</h2>
    <p>DevOpsDays is a technical conference, aimed at developers, sysadmins and anyone else involved in technology, whether expert or beginner. The person behind the idea of DevOps is Patrick Debois, who came up with this method of improving the code and cooperation.</p>
    <p>The term "DevOps" was popularized thanks to a series of "DevOpsDays" conferences. The first edition of this Conference was held in Belgium in 2009. Since then, DevOpsDays conferences have spread across the globe. All conferences run on a similar formula and are divided into three elements: <ul>
    <li><strong>Presentations</strong> - Anyone can submit a presentation via the Call for Papers. DevopsDays Program Council will choose the best presentations among these submissions, which will appear in the agenda of the conference.</li>
    <li><strong>Ignites</strong> - The ignite talks are a valuable portion of knowledge, lasting for 5 minutes. Slides change automatically every 15 seconds. Every slide focuses on the specific topic from the DevOps field and gives a condensed overview.</li>
    <li><strong>Openspace</strong> - The openspace format is a very interesting, simple and succeed one. A moment before the openspace starts, all attendees vote on what topic is the most wanted and the most interesting. After this participants can create discussion groups on topics most important to them.</li>
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    <h3>Great Speakers</h3>
    <p>Many great speakers with interesting talk subjects. Meet the speakers here!</p>
    <h3>People around the globe!</h3>
    <p>Meet the people attending this event around the globe. Open Spaces will be the best opportunity to discuss on many topics important to you!</p>
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    <h1>JIRA Azure DevOps iteration not showing work item in Azure DevOps</h1>
    <p>I am using Azure DevOps Git Repo and Jira Cloud. There are 2 issues not if these are expected behavior when using Azure DevOps Git</p>
    <p>1) After doing the build when it see the build result I do not see the JIRA ID under work item even though in the commit message I have included the JIRA ID, but the JIRA ID does show up in the Release work item</p>
    <p style="clear: both">2) On the JIRA side when I go to the JIRA ticket in the ?Releases? section I see ?Undefined Environment?. On clicking on it I do see the release to which stages it has been deployed to. In the release configuration I have mapped each Stage to Deployment Type. <img style="float: left; margin: 0 10px 5px 0;" src="https://i.stack.imgur.com/hV7V9.png" /></p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://i.stack.imgur.com/722xG.png" /></p>
    <p style="clear: both"><strong>Azure DevOps Settings</strong> <img style="float: left; margin: 0 10px 5px 0;" src="https://i.stack.imgur.com/rxeUI.png" /></p>
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    <p>Very thanks for your detailed info shared.</p>
    <p>For your first issue:</p>
    <blockquote><p>After doing the build when it see the build result I do not see the JIRA ID under work item even though in the commit message I have included the JIRA ID</p></blockquote>
    <p>This is a expected action. Until now, we haven't support display the Jira issue info in build result. The method we provided is viewing it in the work items tab of release pipeline. You can refer to this official doc to get this: Get Jira in VSTS working.</p>
    <blockquote><p>On the JIRA side when I go to the JIRA ticket in the ?Releases? section I see ?Undefined Environment?.</p></blockquote>
    <p>Unfortunately, until now, if you map your Stage into the Deployment type, it will not display these release record under the Deployment panel in Jira.</p>
    <p>Please check this doc published from Jira: Viewing the development information for an issue. Until now, the Deplopyment Panel only support the source which come from below servers:</p>
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    <h1>Tfs automated build</h1>
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    <h1>Build Automation Features in TFS</h1>
    <h2>Чему вы научитесь</h2>
    <h2>Материалы курса</h2>
    <h3>Configuring Your Build Environment 8 лекции ? 1 ч 2 мин</h3>
    <h3>Author a Build Definition 5 лекции ? 47 мин</h3>
    <h3>A Closer Look at Builds 7 лекции ? 1 ч 3 мин</h3>
    <h3>Customizing Your Build Process 3 лекции ? 34 мин</h3>
    <h3>Other Build Enhancement and Features 4 лекции ? 31 мин</h3>
    <h2>Требования</h2>
    <h2>Описание</h2>
    <p>In this video we are going to explain the Build features in TFS. We will setup and configure and environment that will be able to run Windows and Non-Windows builds. Once we have shown you how to author build definitions, we will take a closer look at builds. Lastly, we will look at the ways to customize and extend the builds as well as discuss other features and enhancements</p>
    <p><strong>About the author</strong></p>
    <p><strong>Paul Hacker</strong>, a Principal Consultant with AgileThought, has over 15 years of application architecture, design, development, and management expertise in Microsoft technologies. Paul has a depth of experience in ALM, Process Improvement, and Team Foundation Server. Having distinguished himself as a leader in the IT industry he has been awarded the distinction of Microsoft MVP in the ALM category every year since 2006<br /></p>
    <h2>Для кого этот курс:</h2>
    <ul>
    <li>Aimed at software professionals including Developers, Testers, Architects, Configuration Analysts, and Release Managers who want to understand the capabilities of TFS to deliver better quality software faster</li>
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    <p>With an extensive library of content - more than 4000 books and video courses -Packt's mission is to help developers stay relevant in a rapidly changing world. From new web frameworks and programming languages, to cutting edge data analytics, and DevOps, Packt takes software professionals in every field to what's important to them now.</p>
    <p>From skills that will help you to develop and future proof your career to immediate solutions to every day tech challenges, Packt is a go-to resource to make you a better, smarter developer.</p>
    <p>Packt Udemy courses continue this tradition, bringing you comprehensive yet concise video courses straight from the experts.<br /></p>
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    <h1>Azure DevOps ? Jira Integration</h1>
    <p>Azure DevOps and Jira are two very popular development tools. If both tools are used by a team or organization, it can be difficult to keep track of what changes are where. This is where TFS4JIRA comes in. TFS4JIRA is a Jira plugin that functions as a migration, integration, and synchronization tool to bridge the gap between Jira and Azure DevOps.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://nitrocdn.com/rPzAlWOrdFavYa...v-0e40247/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/azdj.png" /></p>
    <h2>Features of TFS4JIRA</h2>
    <p>One of the biggest draws for this plugin is the ability to automatically sync changes made to issues and work items between Azure DevOps and Jira. This includes attachments, comments, and changes in summary and labels. It also offers a simple association of Azure DevOps check-ins with Jira issues via a comment or note with the issue key. Once your TFS4JIRA profiles are set up, the plugin will work in the background, checking for new activity at an interval specified by you. TFS4JIRA works regardless of if solutions are deployed on-premises or in the cloud.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://nitrocdn.com/rPzAlWOrdFavYa...40247/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/Picture1.png" /></p>
    <p>This plugin also enables you to migrate Azure DevOps to Jira. There, you can create your sync profile, complete with health checks. For a full list of features and capabilities, see the documentation.</p>
    <h2>Getting Started</h2>
    <p>To get started with TFS4JIRA, simply download and install the TFS4JIRA Synchronizer from your Jira instance. For a more seamless experience, however, PRAKTIK can do this for you. We can also customize and extend your implementation to make the integration as seamless as possible so you can get to work. Contact us here at PRAKTIK for a consultation.</p>
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    <h1>Azure Pipelines Triggers - Container Registry</h1>
    <p>As you probably know, Azure Pipelines supports <strong>many types of triggers</strong>, and sometimes it may be a little confusing.</p>
    <p>This is why I've decided to create this mini-series dedicated to Triggers. And today we are going to talk about the <strong>Container Registry trigger</strong>, which allows to you run a Pipeline every time a new container image is pushed to <strong>Azure Container Registry</strong> and <strong>Docker Hub</strong>.</p>
    <h3>Classic vs YAML</h3>
    <p>I'll focus first on the <strong>Classic</strong> Release Pipelines, using the UI, because setting up the trigger is easier and it supports both the <em>Azure Container Registry</em> and <em>Docker Hub</em>.</p>
    <p>For the Multistage <strong>YAML</strong> Pipelines, instead, we can achieve <strong><em>almost the same</em></strong> using the YAML triggers, but the trigger is currently available only if you're using Azure Container Registry. It is not available for Docker Hub. But stay with me until the end because <strong><em>I have a workaround for you for triggering from Docker Hub</em></strong>.</p>
    <p>To be able to trigger a Pipeline run whenever a new container image is pushed to your registry, we need to use a Resource. If you are not familiar with Resources, they are basically anything used by a pipeline that lives outside the pipeline.</p>
    <p>Those can be other pipelines, repositories, packages and of course containers images.</p>
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    <h3>Conclusion</h3>
    <p>I think that this is pretty cool, especially now that a lot of developers have their applications containerized.</p>
    <p>And being able to trigger also from Docker Hub, as I've shown, it is pretty handy.</p>
    <p>What do you think? How do you trigger your deployments of container images?</p>
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    <h1>Deployment groups azure devops</h1>
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    <p>DevOps with Azure DevOps</p>
    <h2>Monday, 8 January 2018</h2>
    <h3>Deploying Two Deployment Group Targets on Same Machine</h3>
    <p>Deployment groups are the recommended approach to use with VSTS for setting up release management based automated deployments. Can two team projects of same VSTS account with two deployment groups, have same machine as the target? Was a question in a forum and below steps describe how to achieve it.</p>
    <p>If the script from the VSTS to setup executed as it is, when the second deployment group target is deployed the first one gets overridden. So there will be target attached to only one deployment group with the default PowerShell script execution to create deployment group target.</p>
    <p>You can use steps below to achieve multiple deployment group targets in azure VM or any single machine.</p>
    <p>1. Copy the target registration PowerShell script to a notepad. Then replace the</p>
    <p>with a local path of your preference for agent for example</p>
    <p>This will make the agent installed for project X deployment group setup in g:\vstsagentprojX.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://i.stack.imgur.com/BiK7a.png" /></p>
    <p>in the script with project specific name for example</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://i.stack.imgur.com/KhQyt.png" /></p>
    <p>3. Then register the agent for Project X deployment group and it will be configured in the specified folder,</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://i.stack.imgur.com/II2TF.png" /></p>
    <p>and with a unique service name since you have provided a project specific name for agent.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://i.stack.imgur.com/zsO9x.png" /></p>
    <p>4. Follow steps similar to the other project and change its PowerShell script to have the</p>
    <p>replace with project specific path for local folder say</p>
    <p>Then change --agent $env:COMPUTERNAME to a project specific name such as</p>
    <p>Then run the script to create the deployment group agent for the second project.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://i.stack.imgur.com/4sKyf.png" /></p>
    <p style="clear: both">This will create two agent services with unique names in the same machine. <img style="float: left; margin: 0 10px 5px 0;" src="https://i.stack.imgur.com/DhPzG.png" /></p>
    <p>You should have two targets in two team project deployment groups, online.</p>
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    <h1>What is Continuous Delivery?</h1>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/devops/learn/_img/continuousdelivery_600x300.png" /></p>
    <p>Continuous Delivery (CD) is the process to build, test, configure and deploy from a build to a production environment. Multiple testing or staging environments create a <em>Release Pipeline</em> to automate the creation of infrastructure and deployment of a new build. Successive environments support progressively longer-running activities of integration, load, and user acceptance testing. Continuous Integration starts the CD process and the pipeline stages each successive environment to the next upon successful completion of tests.</p>
    <p>Continuous Delivery may sequence multiple deployment РІ??ringsРІ?? for progressive exposure (also known as РІ??controlling the blast radiusРІ??). Progressive exposure groups users who get to try new releasesР’ to monitor their experience in РІ??rings.РІ?? Р’ The first deployment ring is often a РІ??canaryРІ?? used to test new versions in production before a broader rollout. CD automates deployment from one ring to the next and may optionally depend on an approval step, in which a decision maker signs off on the changes electronically. CD may create an auditable record of the approval Р’ in order to satisfy regulatory proceduresР’ or other control objectives.</p>
    <p>Without Continuous Delivery, software release cycles were previously a bottleneck for application and operation teams. Manual processes led to unreliable releases that produced delays and errors. These teams often relied on handoffs that resulted in issues during release cycles. The automated release pipeline allows a РІ??fail fastРІ?? approach to validation, where the tests most likely to fail quickly are run first and longer-running tests happen after the faster ones complete successfully.</p>
    <p>Continuous Delivery is a lean practice. The goal of CD is to keep production fresh by achieving the shortest path from the availability of new code in version control or new components in package management to deployment. By automation, CD minimizes the time to deploy and <em>time to mitigate</em> or <em>time to remediate</em> production incidents (TTM and TTR). Р’ In lean terms, this optimizes process time and eliminates idle time. Continuous Delivery is helped considerably by the complementary practices of Infrastructure as Code and Monitoring.</p>
    <p>Continuously delivering value has become a mandatory requirement for organizations. To deliver value to your end users, you must release continually and without errors.</p>
    <p>Continuous Delivery also supports two other patterns for progressive exposure beside sequential rings. РІ??Blue/GreenР’ deploymentРІ?? relies on keeping an existing (blue) version live while a new (green) one is deployed. Typically, this uses load balancing to direct increasing amounts of traffic to the green Р’ deployment. If monitoring discovers an incident, traffic can be rerouted to the blue deployment still running. РІ??Feature flagsРІ?? (or РІ??feature togglesРІ??) comprise another technique used for experimentation and РІ??dark launches.РІ?? Р’ Feature flags turn on features on or off for different end users based on their identity and group membership.</p>
    <p>Modern release pipelines allow development teams to deploy new features fast and safely. Issues found in production can be remediated quickly by rolling forward with a new deployment. In this way, CD creates a continuous stream of customer value.</p>
    <p>Read more about the Continuous Delivery capabilities of Azure Pipelines.</p>
    <p>Learn how to set up Continuous Deployment to Azure.</p>
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    <h1>Azure scrum</h1>
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    <h1>Azure DevOps: Change Project Process from Scrum to Basic</h1>
    <p>I want to change an Azure DevOps project's Process from Scrum to Basic.</p>
    <p><ol>
    <li>Previously it was not possible to change between System Project Processes (eg. Scrum->Basic) in Azure Devops. Rather, it was only possible to switch between System & Inherited Processes of the same parent System Process.</li>
    <li>But that it is now possible to switch between all Processes.</li>
    </ol>
    </p>
    <p><strong>Documented Process A</strong></p>
    <p>According to this web page, I should be able to:</p>
    <blockquote><p>Organization Settings -> Boards -> Process -> Projects -> Scrum -> Select ". " next to the Scrum Project -> Select "Basic" -> Save</p></blockquote>
    <p>However, this is what happens instead:</p>
    <blockquote><p>Organization Settings -> Boards -> Process -> Projects -> Scrum -> There is no ". " next to any Projects</p></blockquote>
    <p><strong>Documented Process B</strong></p>
    <p>Whilst I could not find the "Change process" option above, I could find the option mentioned on this web page:</p>
    <blockquote><p>Organization Settings -> Boards -> Process -> Processes -> Select ". " next to the Basic Process -> "Change team projects to use Basic"</p></blockquote>
    <p>So I wonder whether this has replaced the the Documented Process A above OR whether it is in addition to it?</p>
    <p>However, when I tried this I just get an error:</p>
    <blockquote><p>There are currently no projects available to change to the Basic process.</p></blockquote>
    <p>AND this web page states that</p>
    <blockquote><p>Only those projects created from the Agile process or one that inherits from Agile appear under the Available projects column.</p></blockquote>
    <p>Which seems like it is referring to the days when we could not switch between System Processes.</p>
    <p><strong>Other checks</strong></p>
    <p>I don't think this is related to permissions because I have "Basic" access, am the Project Administrator and I am also in the "Project Collection Administrators" group, which the documentation says gives me the permissions required to change a project's Process.</p>
    <p>I have no Work Items either.</p>
    <p>I have tried with combinations of System Project processes and inherited Project Processes. No change, still can't move to any Process based upon Basic.</p>
    <p>The referenced web page's example is for Basic-to-Agile. I couldn't find any documented examples of the reverse: Agile->Basic, Scrum->Basic, etc. So I am wondering if this just doesn't work yet with Basic as the target?</p>
    <p>I have submitted a Microsoft Support request without response so I am reaching out here.</p>
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    <h1>Azure devops reporting</h1>
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    <h1>Team Time Reporting</h1>
    <h2>Aura Solutions LLC</h2>
    <p>Team Time Reporting (TTR) is designed for Software Development Teams who work across multiple Azure DevOps projects. Integrating with both Azure DevOps Server and Azure DevOps, TTR provides a single location for time entry allowing you to effectively align and manage your projects and resources.</p>
    <p><ol>
    <li>NO PLUG-IN OR EXTENSION REQUIRED</li>
    <li>Connect to MULTIPLE Azure DevOps projects</li>
    <li>Report across ALL projects, specifying any Time / Duration</li>
    </ol>
    </p>
    <h2>Seamless Azure DevOps Integration</h2>
    <p>Team Time Reporting allows you to connect to an <strong>unlimited</strong> number of Azure DevOps projects. Per project, you can define which <strong>Work Items</strong> can be used to track hours and which <strong>States</strong> activate those work items so they appear on a user?s timesheet.</p>
    <h2>Simple Time Entry</h2>
    <p>Team Time Reporting allows you to track ALL project hours, not only hours associated to Azure DevOps work items. Through an organized weekly timesheet, users can quickly enter hours for both Azure DevOps work items and any other project hours through the use of TTR Project <strong>Categories</strong>. TTR will immediately update the Azure DevOps work item hours (?Remaining? & ?Completed?) so that DevOps is always up-to-date.</p>
    <h2>Advanced Project Reporting</h2>
    <p>Team Time Reporting provides custom reports, designed to provide a more <strong>holistic overview</strong> across ALL projects. These reports enable management to reconcile project hours, monitor team performance, and more accurately plan Sprint scope. The following are some TTR reports:</p>
    <p><ul>
    <li>Hours by Client and Project</li>
    <li>Reported Hours by Resource</li>
    <li>Hours by Project Feature and Activity</li>
    <li>Bug Aging By Project and Area</li>
    <li>Completed User Stories by Story Points and Hours</li>
    </ul>
    </p>
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    Extension for Azure DevOps - Powerful Time Management &amp; Reporting for Agile Teams.
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    <h1>Netflix and Spinnaker</h1>

    <p><strong>The Development of an Efficient CD setup</strong></p>
    <p><strong>Introduction</strong></p>
    <p>The fact that an engineer, perhaps, pushed out an errant deployment or made a change to a property that they should not have, and the entire system went down, does not want Netflix to interrupt its show streaming. This was the verdict of Dianne Marsh, director of engineering tools for Netflix.</p>
    <p>For a complex architecture, a completely open-source, multi-cloud, continuous distribution framework that Netflix built internally to help production teams release product updates with the assurance that nothing will fail, Spinnaker was key to ensuring constant uptime in this regard. Spinnaker has two key features: cluster management and deployment management</p>
    <p>Another Netflix open-source tool called Asgard, a cloud delivery mechanism built to optimize the availability of Netflix services to Amazon Web Services (AWS), was succeeded by Spinnaker.</p>
    <p><strong>Problems with Asgard</strong></p>
    <p>Asgard appreciated the community?s vast scale acceptance, but it also met specific challenges. Asgard was built to assist only AWS, but users wanted to use it in their own environments. Also, the developers didn?t need the authorization to be able to do installations as an internal Netflix tool, but potential investors needed such capabilities. To use it for their own requirements, people had to fork Asgard. Netflix saw a problem as people forked it out.</p>
    <p>It contributed to a breakdown of the source code of Asgard so getting the technology back was not very easy for them. Netflix lost the ingenuity that those other businesses did on those projects. So they needed to think about how they could make their platform an extensible forum that didn?t have to be forked. Instead of putting anything out there, they should collaborate with the public to accept the whole situation they were facing.</p>
    <p><strong>Origination of Spinnaker</strong></p>
    <p>Netflix began to look at Asgard?s successor not only as a distribution mechanism but also as a continuous network for execution. So, the work on a prototype that later became known as Spinnaker began. Another project management initiative inside Netflix, headed by Sangeeta Narayanan, has been the head of Netflix?s edge developer experience. In contrast, the core team at Netflix was focusing on Spinnaker. Since they did not wait for the centralized team to complete the product they were working on, they developed features and capabilities for their own needs.</p>
    <p>Marsh, the Engineering Tools Team director, clarified that there were very urgent needs for the Edge Center API team; they needed to execute rapid installations in a secure, stable, and repeatable manner. They decided to use the project because other departments saw the work carried out by the Edge Center API team. Since it was not included in the unified team, it placed undue pressure on the Edge team, and the tool was not intended to help Netflix overall.</p>
    <p><strong>Open Sourcing Spinnaker, 2014</strong></p>
    <p>In 2014, Netflix began accessing Spinnaker independently, and the next year it was open-sourced. Netflix assured that Spinnaker solved much of the Asgard culture?s challenges based on the company?s familiarity with Asgard. In designing the multi-cloud approach and creating the plug-gable infrastructure, Netflix collaborated with several collaborators.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"> <img style="float: left; margin: 0 10px 5px 0;" src="https://www.devops.ae/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/image-5.png" />https://www.infoq.com/news/2016/02/microservice-deploys-spinnaker/ </p>
    <p>Google, Microsoft, and several other firms collaborated alongside the production teams. Consequently, in their realms, Google, Microsoft, Amazon, Pivotal, and even Oracle could use Spinnaker. There was no fork required. The loop has been completed. These businesses took advantage of Netflix?s creativity and, in addition, Netflix benefited from the invention that the communities brought to it.</p>
    <p><strong>The verdict of Dianne Marsh, Director of Engineering Tools for Netflix</strong></p>
    <p>To put it in perspective, Team Netflix wanted railings, not barriers, to be provided. Mash believes that the teams didn?t want to discourage the masses from doing anything they want on the platform; however, they tried to explain why they feel it would be a wrong decision.</p>
    <p><strong>Conclusion</strong></p>
    <p>On the whole account, Spinnaker has quite a lot of influence from Netflix. In this regard, the most fundamental aspect to be kept in mind by the engineers was that they had to be perfectly aligned but loosely bound at the same time throughout the design process. Hence the sole responsibility of mutual communication between the teams lied totally on the individual teams themselves. To endure confidence in all those teams, Spinnaker played a vital role by enforcing their decision and checking their mutual compatibility, and ensuring that those deployments and modifications are the desirable ones.</p>
    <p>Technology and culture have a substantial impact on each other in an organization, and so does the tools used to develop and deploy that technology. The tools used in any development program essentially portray the culture and moral values of the organization. Otherwise, the situation can get perplexed. If these instruments do not represent the organizational culture, then the production team may be questioning the culture, vision, and mission of the organization with its methods. These are two very distinct approaches, and they need to be addressed very differently.</p>
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    <h1>Azure DevOps ? Failed to delete branch. Force push permission is required to delete branches</h1>
    <p>Today, while I was working on an article that talks about <strong>Azure Data Factory ? Collaborative development of ADF pipelines using Azure DevOps ? Git</strong> (article coming soon) I had to create and delete branches. While deleting, i got an alert with the message <strong>Failed to delete branch. Force push permission is required to delete branches.</strong></p>
    <p>I was surprised to see that message as I was logged in as an user with the <strong>Project Administrator</strong> role and of <strong>Basic</strong> Access Type. Moreover, it was me with the same account who has created that branch.</p>
    <p>After researching, I noticed that somehow the property Force Push was Not Set for the branch that i was trying to delete.</p>
    <p>And, after setting the Force Push value to Allow, then I was able to delete that branch.</p>
    <p>In order to edit the Force Push, you need to navigate to the branch which you want to delete, click on the three dots to open up the context menu as shown below.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"> <img src="https://praveenkumarsreeram.files.w...azure-devops-branch-security-force-push-2.png" /></p>
    <p>Once you click on the Branch Security in the previous step, you will get a popup where you can edit allow the Force Push for that branch as shown below.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"> <img src="https://praveenkumarsreeram.files.w...-azure-devops-branch-force-push-set-allow.png" /></p>
    <p>After setting the Force Push to Allow, you will be able to delete the branch.</p>
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    Today, while I was working on an article that talks about Azure Data Factory - Collaborative development of ADF pipelines using Azure DevOps - Git (article coming soon) I had to create and delete branches. While deleting, i got an alert with the message Failed to delete branch. Force push permission is required to delete&hellip;
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    <h1>Blog de Uriel Hdez ALM</h1>
    <h2>Ayuda para generar conocimiento sobre Visual Studio y ALM</h2>
    <h1>SonarQUBE & TFS?</h1>
    <p>Como parte de la calidad que se busca al momento de generar y crear por cuestiones m?gicas sistemas nuevos, siempre vamos a tener un factor en el cual vamos a tener un ?eslabon? mas d?bil en la cadena del desarrollo.</p>
    <p>Para ello existe un sistema que nos puede ayudar a tener algunas metricas de calidad las cuales podran ser validadas y comparadas en el tiempo dando una mejor adopci?n al termino Calidad.</p>
    <p>Esta herramienta se llama SONARQUBE la cual tiene su version no comercial por si quieren empezar a jugar con ella. La ventaja que se tiene es que es adaptable a casi todos los lenguajes, cada lenguaje trabaja con un plugin especifico para ese lenguaje</p>
    <p>Si quiero validar cosas Java, instalo el plugin de java y asi sucesivamente. Por otro lado estos plugins en su mayoria son Free pero algunos otros mas son de costo el cual es un poco elevado. Pero si lo traducen en un ROI es posible que pueda ser solventado.</p>
    <p>Esta es la pagina oficial del p?roducto</p>
    <p>Otra de las ventajas es que lo puedes montar en sistemas windows, linux.</p>
    <p>Unas mas es que lo puedes ocupar alguno d elos rdbms mas ocupadas en la industria, seguramente tienes un oracle, mysql, sql server.</p>
    <p style="clear: both">Este post es para tocar el tema en particular de manejar un sql server en la version 2012<img style="float: left; margin: 0 10px 5px 0;" src="https://urielhdezalm.files.wordpress.com/2015/02/2015-02-25_145147.png" /></p>
    <p>Ya descomprimido el portal-manejador es necesario hacer lo siguiente.</p>
    <p>Descargar la ultima version del jdbc, en mi caso estoy ocupando esta version jtds-1.3.1.jar</p>
    <p>lo pueden descargar de esta pagina</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://urielhdezalm.files.wordpress.com/2015/02/2015-02-25_145438.png" /></p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://urielhdezalm.files.wordpress.com/2015/02/2015-02-25_145419.png" /></p>
    <p>y debe de ser colocada en esta ruta</p>
    <p>Yo lo tengo en raiz de C:\</p>
    <p>Luego para poder hecharlo a andar con el SQL vamos a la carpeta</p>
    <p>Abrimos el archivo sonar.properties, yo deje un respaldo de mi archivo original, luego se aseoma murphy y ase de las suyas.</p>
    <p>Los parametros a cambiar dentor del archivo de configuracion son los siguientes.</p>
    <p>van a indicar un usuario que tenga permisos sobre su instancia y el esquema que le van a asignar.</p>
    <p style="clear: both">sonar.jdbc.username=sonar<img style="float: left; margin: 0 10px 5px 0;" src="https://urielhdezalm.files.wordpress.com/2015/02/2015-02-25_151205.png" /> <br />sonar.jdbc.password=sonar</p>
    <p>Por la linea 26 esta la bd original del producto hay que comentar esta linea ?#? para poder ocupar los parametros que vamos a indicar</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://urielhdezalm.files.wordpress.com/2015/02/2015-02-25_151217.png" /></p>
    <p>EN la linea 50 aprox. dentro de la seccion de microsoft sql server se cambian estas lineas</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://urielhdezalm.files.wordpress.com/2015/02/2015-02-25_150001.png" /></p>
    <p>sonar.jdbc.url:jdbc:jtds:sqlserver://HostdelaBD:1433;databaseName=Sonar;instanceName=MSSQLSERVER;selectMethod=cursor; <br />sonar.jdbc.driverClassName: net.sourceforge.jtds.jdbc.Driver <br />sonar.jdbc.validationQuery: select 1 <br />sonar.jdbc.dialect: mssql</p>
    <p><strong>Importante: no jala con el jdbc de microsoft, cosas raras de la vida</strong> </p>
    <p>Listo ya lo podemos levantar</p>
    <p>Detalle de esto en esta liga </p>
    <p>Ya esta la BD del repositorio pero debemos de tener agentes para ejecutar las revisiones de codigo</p>
    <p>Para ello esta el sonar runner </p>
    <p>Donde tenemos que mapear el mismo equipo que configuramos en la parte seccion anterior</p>
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    <h1>Visual Studio Team Services: How to migrate from Agile to Scrum process template</h1>
    <p>I'm using Visual Studio Team Services (previously Team Foundation Service, not Team Foundation Server) and I need to migrate a team project process template from Agile to Scrum.</p>
    <p>Doe anyone know how to do it?</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://i.stack.imgur.com/4qOi7.png" /></p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://i.stack.imgur.com/HDo6r.jpg" /></p>
    <h2>1 Answer 1</h2>
    <p>There are a couple of different ways to go about this, depending on what you want at the end. Most importantly, there is no way to change the process template from one to the other inside a Team Project, so you'll have to create a new Team Project with the Scrum Template to migrate to.</p>
    <p><strong>If you want history & attachments:</strong> Then you need to use the TFS Integration Platform. You'll create a xml mapping to flow the work items and source code from one project to the other. There are quite a few issues with going this direction including, history is compressed, the tool is notoriously finicky, shared steps (and other things) don't migrate and more. This is definitely not the recommended option, but sometimes you don't have a choice. Here's where to get the tool: http://visualstudiogallery.msdn.microsoft.com/eb77e739-c98c-4e36-9ead-fa115b27fefe</p>
    <p><strong>If don't need history, or can keep the other Team Project around:</strong> For this method, moving the code is easy (it's even easier if you've got a Git project, and you'll get history. Use the git-tf functionality to move your source to Git). Just check out from one repository, switch your workspace mapping and check in to the new repository.</p>
    <p>To move your work items, use work item queries and export them to Excel. Then copy/paste into a second Excel spreadsheet and upload them to the new Project. This is by far the easiest method. Here's a detailed explanation:</p>
    <p>1) From Agile template project: for each work item type that you want to move, create a work item query to pull all the ones you want and export them all to Excel (for example a query to pull all requirements and another for tasks)</p>
    <p>2) From the Scrum template project: create a work item query for each work item type that you want to import and export it to Excel. It's going to be blank, but you're going to use this Excel spreadsheet to upload in a minute.</p>
    <p>3) Copy/past from one Excel spreadsheet to the other, being careful to NOT copy column headers. A neat trick is to copy the History column from the old project into the Comments field in the new project.</p>
    <p>4) Publish the results. Viola, you're migrated.</p>
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    <p>Many development teams across the world use Selenium to automatically test changes to their web applications. <br />I often get asked about ways to integrate Selenium tests into a VSTS pipeline.</p>
    <p><strong>Before we begin: Understandstand what VSTS is and what it isn?t</strong></p>
    <p>VSTS? build and release system is an orchestration system which allows you to run virtually any build, test, or release tool. VSTS is not a comprehensive automated testing system. There is a ?Test? section in VSTS for manual testing. If you automate any tests in the test area there is a way of linking the test cases to an automated test execution. The auotmated tests will ? however ? always be carried out by a third test runner.</p>
    <p><strong>#1 Build and stage your binaries</strong></p>
    <p>Usually, UI tests run against an application that has been deployed into a environment. This implies that the test run would happen <strong>after</strong> the build process.</p>
    <p>In the build process below I am building a libarary of Selenium tests. Note how I have removed the unit test task, as I am only building the library that contains the UI tests. If your solution includes unit tests, you can use filtering to only run unit tests. Find out more about VSTest parameters: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj155796.aspx (Other runners will have different sets of parameters)</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://www.danielstocker.net/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/snip_20171112221928.png" /></p>
    <p><em>Note:</em> If your current build process is creating a web deploy zip file, then you will need to produce a test dll as well as the zip file so that it can be run after deployment.</p>
    <p><strong>#2 Deploy your environment</strong></p>
    <p>Deploy your environment just as you usually would. This part does not change. You will continue to consume artifacts as normal. <br />If your Selenium binaries are built separately, be sure to include them as artefacts in your release.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img style="float: left; margin: 0 10px 5px 0;" src="https://www.danielstocker.net/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/snip_20171112222306.png" /><strong>#3 Run your tests</strong></p>
    <p>You can use a rest runner (like VSTest) to execute your tests after the release. <em>We used to advise a test agent deployment over WinRM</em>, but this guidance has now changed. Instead we recommend the use of agent phases in combination with the standard VSTest task. Your agent phase will determine which, and how many agents to target and in what manner. (concurrent, sequential)</p>
    <p><strong>Note that VSTS hosted agents run in non-interactive mode,</strong> which means that you will not be able to install or run any GUI-based browser applications. You can still run Selenium tests but only using headless browsers like PhantomJS, or headless Chrome.</p>
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    <h1>Azure devops pull request trigger</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>
    <p><ul>
    <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>
    </ul>
    </p>
    <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>
    <h1>Requirements</h1>
    <p>Based on our workflow, we have to cater for the following scenarios:</p>
    <p><ol>
    <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>
    </ol>
    </p>
    <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>
    <h1>azure-pipelines.yml</h1>
    <p>If you?re just interested in what the azure-pipeline file looked like, here it is. I?ve left comments to explain what each section is for.</p>
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    <h1>Tech </i>Tips </h1>
    <p>This post will show you the fastest way to call the Azure REST APIs using Postman.</p>
    <h2>Create Postman Collection</h2>
    <p>Let?s create a Postman Collection, add a pre-request script, and set some variables.</p>
    <p><ol>
    <li>In Postman, click the ?New? button in the upper left and select ?Collection?.</li>
    </ol>
    </p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://blog.jongallant.com/2019/04/azure-rest-apis-postman-in-no-time-flat/000083.png" /></p>
    <p><ol>
    <li>Give it a name, but don?t click the ?Create? button yet.</li>
    </ol>
    </p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://blog.jongallant.com/2019/04/azure-rest-apis-postman-in-no-time-flat/000098.png" /></p>
    <h3>Pre-Request Script</h3>
    <p>Postman allows you to assign a pre-request script to a collection, which is code that will run before every request. We?ll use that to generate a bearerToken that is required in the Authorization header of each Azure REST API request.</p>
    <p>This script will do a POST to login.microsoftonline.com and put the response token in a global variable called bearerToken .</p>
    <p><ol>
    <li>Copy this code block into your collections pre-request script block.</li>
    </ol>
    </p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://blog.jongallant.com/2019/04/azure-rest-apis-postman-in-no-time-flat/000092.png" /></p>
    <h3>Variables</h3>
    <p>Postman allows you to set variables at the collection level. We?ll put the variables required by the pre-request script and the Azure REST APIs in the ?Variables? tab.</p>
    <p><ol>
    <li>Create the following variables. We?ll add the variable values in the next section, so keep this form open.</li>
    </ol>
    </p>
    <blockquote><p>Make sure you add the variable values to the <strong>CURRENT VALUE</strong> column NOT the Initial Value column.</p></blockquote>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://blog.jongallant.com/2019/04/azure-rest-apis-postman-in-no-time-flat/000102.png" /></p>
    <p>Keep the ?Create Collection? dialog open and continue to the next step.</p>
    <h2>Get Azure Variables</h2>
    <p>Create a Service Principal</p>
    <p>Run the following command to create a service principal - which is a non-user account that can be used to call the Azure REST APIs.</p>
    <blockquote><p>Make sure you change sp1 with a unique name.</p></blockquote>
    <p>az ad sp create-for-rbac -n "sp1"</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://blog.jongallant.com/2019/04/azure-rest-apis-postman-in-no-time-flat/000099.png" /></p>
    <p><ol>
    <li>Copy the outputed variables to Postman Collection variables</li>
    </ol>
    </p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://blog.jongallant.com/2019/04/azure-rest-apis-postman-in-no-time-flat/000100.png" /></p>
    <p>Run the following command to get your subscription Id.</p>
    <p>az account show --query id -otsv</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://blog.jongallant.com/2019/04/azure-rest-apis-postman-in-no-time-flat/000080.png" /></p>
    <p><ol>
    <li>Copy the outputed Subscription Id to Postman Collection Variables tab</li>
    </ol>
    </p>
    <p>At this point your variables tab should look like this - with every variable filled out.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://blog.jongallant.com/2019/04/azure-rest-apis-postman-in-no-time-flat/000101.png" /></p>
    <h2>Finish Creating Collection</h2>
    <ol>
    <li>Click the ?Create? Button on the Postman Collection form.</li>
    </ol>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://blog.jongallant.com/2019/04/azure-rest-apis-postman-in-no-time-flat/000097.png" /></p>
    <h2>Create Postman Request</h2>
    <p>Paste the following URI into the Postman Request URI field <br />https://management.azure.com/subscr...d>>/resourcegroups?api-version=2017-05-10</p>
    <p>Create an Authorization header and set value to Bearer <<bearerToken>></p>
    <p>Save the Request to the Postman Collection you created earlier.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://blog.jongallant.com/2019/04/azure-rest-apis-postman-in-no-time-flat/000088.png" /></p>
    <p>The Postman Collection pane should now look like this:</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://blog.jongallant.com/2019/04/azure-rest-apis-postman-in-no-time-flat/000094.png" /></p>
    <h2>Execute Request</h2>
    <p>Click the ?Send? Button</p>
    <p>Observe Request Output</p>
    <p>You will see the REST request output in the bottom pane</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://blog.jongallant.com/2019/04/azure-rest-apis-postman-in-no-time-flat/000089.png" /></p>
    <p>And that is how to call the Azure REST APIs with Postman in no time flat!</p>
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    <h1>Using Teams <i>and</i> Azure DevOps? There's an app for that, says Microsoft</h1>
    <h2>Cute, says rival Slack, polishing its library of 1,800 apps and an updated developer toolkit</h2>

    <p>Microsoft has released its Azure Repos app for Teams in a bid to entice developers to its collaboration platform a day after competitor Slack upgraded its app developer toolkit.</p>
    <p>The Azure Repos app will drop helpful (or annoying) notifications in Teams channels when repos get fiddled with ? for example, code being pushed or checked in, or Pull Requests created or updated. Devs can then have a chat in Teams about the content of the messages.</p>
    <p>Thankfully, users can use subscription filters to customise what they want to be notified about.</p>
    <p>The app supports both Git and Team Foundation Version Control (TFVC) repos, but you'll naturally need to be a member of the Azure DevOps Project Administrators group to create a subscription because the app, handy though it may be, can only be linked to a project hosted on Azure DevOps Services at the moment.</p>
    <p>On the other hand, arch-rival Slack has a library of 1,800 apps at its fingertips, with many aimed at developers. And it enjoys a highly engaged developer ecosystem, counting 600,000 daily active registered developers building on its platform.</p>
    <p>Those apps are key as the company noted 500,000 custom apps used in a typical week during September and 95 per cent of users declaring apps in Slack make the platform "more valuable".</p>
    <p>To keep those developers on board and fend off the challenge from Microsoft (which recently claimed a surpassing of Slack's userbase with 13 million users ? a figure that left the hipsters spluttering into their lattes), the company is updating its toolkit.</p>
    <p>As well as a new home tab for apps, Slack developers will also be able to use multistep modal windows to show as many screens as needed in order to gather information. The goal is to stop users having to switch windows or open additional apps.</p>
    <p>And, of course, stay firmly in that Slack window.</p>
    <p>Other tweaks for developers include easier discovery for their apps and an improved, more granular permissions model to allow admins to only grant the rights actually needed by an app.</p>
    <p>Right now, Slack is ahead in terms of app integrations even as Microsoft continues to add its own to Teams, such as Azure Repos app, and court developers. However, that user count, regardless of measuring method, will be hard for developers to ignore as 2020 rolls around and the Windows giant continues to plug gaps in its collaboration platform.</p>
    <p>Microsoft is showing no sign of slowing down in its strong-arming of Office 365 customers into its vision for chatty collaboration any time soon.</p>
    <p>Tweaking the tooling may not be enough to keep Teams at bay. ?</p>
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    <h1>What is DevOps?</h1>
    <p>In recent years DevOps has moved from an innovative idea to a mainstream approach. But despite how often it is talked about, advocated, and celebrated, the basic question: ?What is DevOps?? is common ? either out loud by the innocent or internally by those who feel they should know the answer but aren?t quite sure. Actually, it?s OK to be not quite sure, because there is no single agreed DevOps definition. At heart, DevOps is the need for a set of consistent practices that help organizations build, deliver, and maintain software and IT services better, quicker, and make them more reliable. As the name suggests, one of the key ways DevOps does this is by taking <strong>Dev</strong>elopment (taking ideas and requested changes and building them) and <strong>Op</strong>eration<strong>s</strong> (making them work and keeping them working) and putting them together, so they work as one. So, what is dev ops? Dev and ops together become DevOps, and silos with different goals become one team with a shared goal ? better services, quicker.</p>
    <h2>What Does DevOps stand for?</h2>
    <p>For many organizations, DevOps is about speed of deployment: getting the right thing out there quickly. Ultimately it isn?t about how they achieve that, but the DevOps philosophy has demonstrated mechanisms that have delivered that increase in speed and accuracy, and this collection of techniques, culture, and technology is what DevOps has come to stand for.</p>
    <p>Although there isn?t a single definition to precisely answer the ?What is DevOps?? question, there are accepted elements that set out what DevOps means:</p>
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    <li>A reliance on technology, particularly automated testing to support rapid ? and often automated ? deployment and release. DevOps certainly isn?t just about technology, but it will not work without it.</li>
    <li>Human factors ? bringing together wide-ranging teams and trusting those teams to make decisions about the products they are responsible for, and then for implementing those decisions. Trust and ownership are as essential as the technology. Breaking down organizational silos is a key requirement for success.</li>
    <li>Measurement ? by measuring performance, focus on relevant improvements can be made more easily.</li>
    <li>Use of appropriate tools, techniques, and best practice. DevOps does not seek to invent new practices but to make the best use of existing ones, such as Agile, ITIL, Lean, and more.</li>
    <li>Collaboration and communication ? helping people work together and not duplicate efforts, through relevant (brief) meetings, sharing information via wikis and message boards, and more.</li>
    <li>And ? most importantly ? customer focus. Doing the right things over doing things right.</li>
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    <p>DevOps is about both technology and culture: getting the best from both means thinking about them together. It needs the right technology, and staff who can use it well, and are empowered to use it.</p>
    <h2>History</h2>
    <p>According to the Wiki, the term DevOps is attributed to Patrick Debois, a Belgian IT professional. He coined the term around 2009. Debois and Andrew Schafer, following discussions at a Toronto conference, formed ideas and then a virtual group on ?Agile Systems Administration,? which can be seen as the birth of DevOps philosophies. The original term ?DevOps Days? was given to events to discuss this wider application of Agile, the ?days? term being dropped to give us the simpler ?DevOps? name we have today. The conferences discussing the concept grew ? in size, frequency, and geographical scope to deliver an ever-expanding worldwide community of support for the ideas behind DevOps.</p>
    <p>A significant mechanism in the spread of DevOps history has been the novel ?The Phoenix Project? by Gene Kim, Kevin Behr, and George Spafford. Widely seen as a good starting point for those wanting to understand the principles behind DevOps and the culture required to facilitate it. It was published in 2013 and remains an excellent entry for those wishing to get a feel for the culture behind DevOps. It suits anyone wishing a gentler introduction than a typical management book.</p>
    <p>In recent years DevOps has seen considerable acceptance, so much that it is no longer seen as an innovation in many sectors, but the accepted approach, with take-up across many sectors and in all parts of the world.</p>
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