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    <h1>Microsoft azure devops solutions</h1>
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    <h1>Microsoft Azure DevOps Solutions(AZ-400) Practice tests</h1>
    <h2>Включено в этот курс</h2>
    <h3>Практические тесты</h3>
    <p>Microsoft Azure DevOps Engineers work across IT and development teams to oversee and manage code releases in order to create more effective application deployments and greater user satisfaction. This path covers the essential skills and processes that a Microsoft DevOps Engineer will need to know in order to constantly deliver more valuable services and applications that meet the needs of their users. As you watch this path, you?ll learn how to implement the best development processes, CI/CD, continuous feedback, and application infrastructure.</p>
    <p>In this practice exam bundle you will get:</p>
    <p>200 questions based on the updated syllabus</p>
    <p>Full explanation on every question</p>
    <p>References to the official documentation of Azure</p>
    <p>Instructor support and quick response on any request</p>
    <p>Questions are sorted based on the category of the original syllabus</p>
    <p><strong>Skills measured</strong></p>
    <p>The content of this exam was updated on June 15, 2020. Please download the exam skills outline below to see what changed.</p>
    <p>Develop an instrumentation strategy (5-10%)</p>
    <p>Develop a Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) strategy (5-10%)</p>
    <p>Develop a security and compliance plan (10-15%)</p>
    <p>Manage source control (10-15%)</p>
    <p>Facilitate communication and collaboration (10-15%)</p>
    <p>Define and implement continuous integration (20-25%)</p>
    <p>Define and implement a continuous delivery and release management strategy (10-15%)</p>
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    <p>What our Learners said about Edureka</p>
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    <p>Looks like they want us to think of nothing but learning. I really appreciate this approach. Thank you Edureka Team! I had a nice and fruitful time.</p>
    <p>The courses are top rate. The best part is live instruction, with playback. You get all the presentations and labs. Great instructions.</p>
    <p>The course is doing an excellent job of giving a comprehensive understanding of each topic and putting emphasis on when do we choose a particular technique.</p>

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    <h1>Vsts jira</h1>
    Vsts jira <a href="http://remmont.com">Recent news</a> Vsts jira
    <h1>TFS / Azure DevOps (formerly VSTS) to-and-from JIRA issues synchronization </h1>
    <p>After you've set up a synchronization profile, you should see the results of <strong>TF4JIRA</strong> <strong>Synchronizer</strong> component working as TFS work items modifications that reflect corresponding Jira issues updates and vice versa. <strong>TFS4JIRA</strong> <strong>Synchronizer</strong> works according to the algorithm specified below.</p>
    <h3><strong>Synchronization process</strong></h3>
    <p>For every Jira issue, that has been modified since last successful synchronization run:</p>
    <p>if the Jira issue isn't yet paired with any TFS / Azure DevOps (formerly VSTS) work item</p>
    <li>create a new TFS / Azure DevOps (formerly VSTS) work item</li>
    <li>copy values of the fields for which mappings are configured from the issue to the work item</li>
    <li>pair the issue with newly created work item</li>
    <p>if the Jira issue is already paired with some TFS / Azure DevOps (formerly VSTS) work item</p>
    <p>copy values of the fields for which mappings are configured from the issue to the work item</p>
    <p>Analogical steps are applied for every TFS / Azure DevOps (formerly VSTS) work item, that has been modified since last run.</p>
    <p>Please refer to the next section to find out how pairing Jira issues with TFS / Azure DevOps (formerly VSTS) work items is performed.</p>
    <p>In case of a potential conflict (when both linked Jira issue and TFS / Azure DevOps (formerly VSTS) work item has been modified since last run) most recently modified item values are propagated.</p>
    <h3><strong>How are issues and work items being paired?</strong></h3>
    <p>Jira issue and TFS / Azure DevOps (formerly VSTS) work item pairing is being processed as follows:</p>
    <li>Jira issue custom field (selected in profile configuration as <em>TFS Custom Field Name</em>) value is set to TFS / Azure DevOps (formerly VSTS) work item id</li>
    <li>If <em>Store Jira Issue Key in</em><em>History</em> profile option is not checked, TFS / Azure DevOps (formerly VSTS) work item custom field (selected in profile configuration as <em>Jira Custom Field Name</em> ) value is set to Jira issue key. If <em>Store Jira Issue Key in</em><em>History</em> option is checked, special comment containing Jira issue key is being added to TFS / Azure DevOps (formerly VSTS) work item</li>
    <h2>Vsts jira</h2>

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    After you've set up a synchronization profile, you should see the results of TF4JIRA Synchronizer component working as TFS work items modifications that reflect corresponding Jira issues updates and vice versa. TFS4JIRA Synchronizer works according to the algorithm specified below.
    <h5>Vsts jira</h5>
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    <h1>Devops developer</h1>
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    <h1>Software development roles supported by Azure DevOps</h1>
    <p><strong>Azure DevOps Services | Azure DevOps Server 2020 | Azure DevOps Server 2019 | TFS 2018 - TFS 2013</strong></p>
    <p>If you're a sole developer or work in a small setting, you track issues, plan features, code, test, build, and deploy.</p>
    <p>If you work in a large setting, you may be more focused on a specific set of tasks that aligns with specific roles. These specific roles could be software development, project management, or DevOps.</p>
    <p>This article describes the features and tasks available to you, based on your role.</p>
    <h2>Contributor roles</h2>
    <p>Team members are contributors who have access to the following areas and more:</p>
    <li>code base</li>
    <li>work item tracking</li>
    <li>Agile tools</li>
    <li>build pipelines</li>
    <li>test tools</li>
    <p>If you need to lock down specific areas to a select set of contributors, see permission management.</p>
    <h3>Software developers</h3>
    <p>Developers use Visual Studio or other tools to develop their applications. They then check in their changes to a Git or Team Foundation Version Control (TFVC) repository hosted in Azure DevOps Services or Team Foundation Server (TFS). From the web portal or a supported IDE, they can view repositories, check history, and more.</p>
    <h3>Project managers</h3>
    <p>Project managers (PMs) typically plan the feature set to deliver, set priorities, and track the status of work, code defects, and customer issues. The suite of web-based Agile tools provides PMs with the views and features that they need to do these tasks. All work is captured within a work item. Each work item represents a specific type such as a user story, task, or bug.</p>
    <li>Use the product backlog to quickly define and prioritize user stories, features, and other work items</li>
    <li>Use the sprint backlog and task board to implement Scrum practices</li>
    <li>Use the Kanban board to work with Kanban methods</li>
    <li>Use queries to list and update work items, create status and trend charts, and post charts to dashboards</li>
    <li>Use dashboards to share information, status, and trends with your team or organization</li>
    <p>For more information about getting started, see About Azure Boards and Agile tools.</p>
    <p>You can integrate Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Project with Azure DevOps to plan and track your work. For more information, see Bulk modify by using Excel and Create your backlog and tasks by using Project.</p>
    <h3>DevOps: builders, testers, and release managers</h3>
    <p>An advantage of working with Azure DevOps is the suite of tools and integrated functionality that support build, testing, and deploying software applications. See the following general DevOps-associated tasks that Azure DevOps supports.</p>
    <li>Define builds</li>
    <li>Unit test your code</li>
    <li>Run tests with your builds</li>
    <li>Perform exploratory tests</li>
    <li>Define, manage, track, and approve releases</li>
    <li>Deploy applications to Azure, a virtual machine, Docker containers, and more</li>
    <p>To get started, see the overviews in Azure Pipelines and Azure Test Plans.</p>
    <p>With Stakeholder access, anyone in your organization can check project status and provide feedback. Stakeholders can track project priorities and provide direction, feature ideas, and business alignment to a team. Stakeholders also contribute to plans by adding and modifying work items. They can't, however, contribute to the code base or exercise test tools.</p>
    <p>Stakeholder access essentially provides free access to a limited set of feature to project sponsors and supporters. To learn more, see Work as a Stakeholder.</p>
    <h2>Administrator roles</h2>
    <p>A distinct advantage to working in Azure DevOps Services is the reduced overhead of server maintenance. But there are several administrative tasks required to support a collaborative, integrated software development environment.</p>
    <p>The main tasks are grouped as follows by membership in a security group or role.</p>
    <h3>Team administrators</h3>
    <p>Responsible for configuring team settings, which include:</p>
    <li>Backlog and board settings</li>
    <li>Team areas and iterations (sprints)</li>
    <li>Team members</li>
    <li>Team dashboards</li>
    <li>Team work item templates</li>
    <li>Team alerts</li>
    <h3>Project administrators</h3>
    <p>Responsible for configuring project-level resources, including:</p>
    <li>Area paths and iteration paths</li>
    <li>Project permissions and repository security</li>
    <li>Build agents, pools, and service connections</li>
    <li>Test and release retention policies</li>
    <li>Area paths and iteration paths</li>
    <li>Project permissions and repository security</li>
    <li>Customizing work tracking objects</li>
    <li>Build agents, pools, and service connections</li>
    <li>Test and release retention policies</li>
    <h3>Organization Owners and Project Collection Administrators</h3>
    <p>Responsible for configuring organization-level resources, including the following tasks:</p>
    <li>Manage billing</li>
    <li>Add and manage projects</li>
    <li>Manage collection-level permissions</li>
    <li>Customize work tracking processes</li>
    <li>Install and manage extensions</li>
    <h3>Project Collection Administrators</h3>
    <p>Responsible for configuring collection-level resources. These tasks include:</p>
    <li>Add and manage projects</li>
    <li>Manage collection-level permissions</li>
    <li>Install and manage extensions</li>
    <p>To get started, see Settings.</p>
    <h3>TFS administrators</h3>
    <p>Responsible for installing, upgrading, and maintaining an on-premises TFS deployment, including the:</p>
    <li>Install TFS</li>
    <li>Update servers running TFS</li>
    <li>Manage database backups</li>
    <li>Manage server administrative settings and permissions</li>
    <li>Build retention policies</li>
    <li>Add and manage project collections</li>
    <h2>Devops developer</h2>

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    <h1>Azure devops cli</h1>
    Azure devops cli <a href="http://remmont.com">Today's big news</a> Azure devops cli
    <h1>Azure devops cli</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>
    <p>Use Git or checkout with SVN using the web URL.</p>
    <p>Work fast with our official CLI. Learn more.</p>
    <h4>Launching GitHub Desktop</h4>
    <p>If nothing happens, download GitHub Desktop and try again.</p>
    <h4>Launching GitHub Desktop</h4>
    <p>If nothing happens, download GitHub Desktop and try again.</p>
    <h4>Launching Xcode</h4>
    <p>If nothing happens, download Xcode and try again.</p>
    <h4>Launching Visual Studio</h4>
    <h2>Latest commit</h2>
    <h2>Git stats</h2>
    <p>Failed to load latest commit information.</p>
    <p>Azure DevOps Extension for Azure CLI</h1></p>
    <p>The Azure DevOps Extension for Azure CLI adds Pipelines, Boards, Repos, Artifacts and DevOps commands to the Azure CLI 2.0.</p>
    <blockquote><p>The Azure CLI with the Azure DevOps Extension has replaced the VSTS CLI. The VSTS CLI has been deprecated and will no longer be receiving new features. We recommend that users of the VSTS CLI switch to the Azure CLI and add the Azure DevOps extension. See the Command Mapping section to view the mapping between VSTS CLI and Azure DevOps Extension commands.</p></blockquote>
    <p>Install the Azure CLI. You must have at least v2.0.69 , which you can verify with az --version command.</p>
    <p>Add the Azure DevOps Extension az extension add --name azure-devops</p>
    <p>Run the az login command.</p>
    <p>If the CLI can open your default browser, it will do so and load a sign-in page. Otherwise, you need to open a browser page and follow the instructions on the command line to enter an authorization code after navigating to https://aka.ms/devicelogin in your browser. For more information, see the Azure CLI login page.</p>
    <p>See the Get started guide for detailed setup instructions.</p>
    <p>Adding the Azure DevOps Extension adds devops , pipelines , artifacts , boards and repos groups. For usage and help content for any command, pass in the -h parameter, for example:</p>
    <li>Checkout the CLI docs at docs.microsoft.com - Azure DevOps CLI.</li>
    <li>Check out other examples in the How-to guides section.</li>
    <li>You can view the various commands and its usage here - docs.microsoft.com - Azure DevOps Extension Reference</li>
    <p>See our contribution guidelines to learn how you can contribute to this project.</p>
    <h2>Azure devops cli</h2>

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    <h1>Azure devops recycle bin</h1>
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    <h1>How to restore a deleted Azure DevOps repository</h1>
    <p>If you are using Azure DevOps, you might be comforted that your Git repo is ?in the Cloud? and automatically has availability and disaster guarantees. However you (or someone else) still have the ability to accidentally (or maliciously) delete repos from Azure DevOps Repos. Surprisingly, at the time of writing, there is no GUI based option to restore your repo. This might initially instill a sense of panic as you frantically search for the latest local clone to replace your remote ? but there is a better way.</p>
    <p>When you delete an Azure DevOps repository, it is initially soft-deleted to the ?recycle bin?. After a period of time (oddly I have failed to find an offical Microsoft reference stating exactly what this but I believe it is 28 days) it is automatically purged and hard-deleted. Although there is no GUI support to restore your soft-deleted repositories, that ability is exposed through the Azure DevOps REST API, but frustratingly the Microsoft Azure DevOps Services REST API Reference does not provide a worked example in the Repositories ? Restore Repository From Recycle Bin API call page.</p>
    <p>To make your life easier, I will provide the solution below!</p>
    <h3>Getting started with Azure DevOps REST API and PAT token</h3>
    <p>Within my blog so far I have provided several worked examples of making a REST API call to Azure DevOps. If you are new to this, I suggest you first check out my post titled Querying Azure DevOps REST API with PowerShell.</p>
    <p>Once you have assigned your <em>$header</em> variable from an encoded PAT token (<em>as documented in the aforementioned article</em>) you are ready to roll!</p>
    <h3>Set your repository?s Organisation and project</h3>
    <p>Each project will contain its own set of Azure repositories. Ensure you provide the correct values for your organization and project- and ensure that for any names with spaces are correctly replaced using %20 (so that a valid url can be formed).</p>
    <h3>REST API call to list repositories in the recycleBin</h3>
    <p>From the Microsoft Azure DevOps Services REST API Reference we can call the Repositories ? List REST API call to return a list of all deleted repositories in our recycleBin for our organization?s project.</p>
    <p>We will first build up our $url using the variables set earlier.</p>
    <p>Now that all variables are set we can make our REST API call and iterate over all deleted repositories</p>
    <p>The following output is returned:</p>
    <p>We have now identified that someone (me!) has deleted a super important repository by accident. Using the repoId we can use this to restore it from the recycleBin.</p>
    <h3>Recover soft deleted repository</h3>
    <p>First we need to set a variable $repoId to the deleted repository (SuperImportantRepo) repoId that we identified earlier. This will be used in our next REST API call.</p>
    <p>Now we can return back to the Repositories ? Restore Repository From Recycle Bin REST API call page as use this to build out our new url. <br />As you will see, the url contains our $repoId and we will also create a $body variable set to a JSON key value pair setting the deleted property to false. This JSON body is passed into our REST API call using the Patch Method.</p>
    <p>The output of our final REST API call results in:</p>
    <p>As we can see from the above output success!</p>
    <p>As I have shown, deleting a repository by accident in Azure DevOps does not have to be a disaster recovery situation since the recycleBin and Azure DevOps REST API makes it relatively simply to view and restore (when you know how!). However it is worth pointing out that for Git repositories, no similar situation exists if you delete a branch (unlike with Tfs Repos in Azure DevOps). So the moral of the story is to ensure you periodically back up all your remote repositories AND set branch policies to protect them against accidental deletion.</p>
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    <h4>Azure devops recycle bin</h4>
    If you are using Azure DevOps, you might be comforted that your Git repo is &quot;in the Cloud&quot; and automatically has availability and disaster guarantees. However you (or someone else) still have the ability to accidentally (or maliciously) delete repos from Azure DevOps Repos. Surprisingly, at the time of writing, there is no GUI based&hellip;
    <h5>Azure devops recycle bin</h5>
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    <h1>Vsts custom conditions</h1>
    Vsts custom conditions <a href="http://remmont.com">Current breaking news</a> Vsts custom conditions
    <h1>Azure DevOps Pipeline Conditional Flow with Manual Intervention</h1>
    <p>I am wondering if Azure DevOps has the ability to do conditional flow as part of a release definition.</p>
    <p><strong><em>My use case:</em></strong> I have a PowerShell script that deploys a SQL Server DACPAC to create or update a database. Sometimes this deployment will fail because a change was made that could potentially cause data loss. Instead of absolutely failing the deployment, I would like to trigger a manual intervention for a DBA to review the changes. If they resume, I would like to attempt the deployment again, but this time with a flag that will ignore potential data loss issues.</p>
    <p>Finally, if that second db deployment attempt is successful, I would like the flow to continue back to the rest of the deployment tasks.</p>
    <p><strong><em>Here is a general flow diagram:</em></strong></p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://i.stack.imgur.com/mlXAx.png" /></p>
    <p><strong><em>Other requirements:</em></strong></p>
    <li>If the db deployment fails, but the manual intervention resumes and succeeds, I want the entire deployment to be marked as succeeded.</li>
    <li>I want the flow after resuming an intervention to merge back into existing tasks that would be run on db deployment success. Corollary: I do not want to maintain dual flows with identical tasks.</li>
    <p>I am using the Designer (Web UI) and not YAML for all my current builds/releases, but I am also interested if YAML has a solution for this.</p>
    <p>Azure DevOps has a section for Conditions, but I did not find that particularly helpful. The number of conditions seems limited. It also looks like variables can be set on jobs, but this appears to be only available with YAML.</p>
    <p>Is there a way to set up the conditionals at the end of phases/jobs or tasks to achieve this branching behavior?</p>
    <h2>2 Answers 2</h2>
    <p>@Shayki's answer was a large portion of what I was looking for (thanks!), but I was eventually able to figure out a solution that met all of my requirements. It involves a less than ideal use of the Release Description to propagate state between jobs.</p>
    <p>The updated flow diagram looks like this:</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://i.stack.imgur.com/p14fU.png" /></p>
    <p>I was originally thinking of the conditional flow as an if else statement, but it is really more of multiple if statements where the condition is the same. If flag is set, do X; if flag is set, do Y; etc.</p>
    <p>Instead of running the agentless job when a previous condition fails (which would result in the entire deployment failing, a violation of one of my requirements), I created a custom condition that the agentless job runs as:</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://i.stack.imgur.com/6HRbE.png" /></p>
    <p>If all the previous tasks have succeeded, and if the Release.ReleaseDescription variable contains the string defined in the _dbDeployErrors variable, then this job will execute (and the manual intervention task inside of it).</p>
    <p>The _dbDeployErrors variable isn't too important, I set it to ;DB_DEPLOY_ERRORS_$EnvironmentName . The main idea is that, at least with the Web Designer, there is no way to pass information from an agent job to an agentless job. So I wrote a powershell script which uses the Get Release and Update Release Azure DevOps REST API to update the Release Description parameter on the release. This allows me to pass information to the next job in the deployment.</p>
    <p>The basic steps for setting this flag are:</p>
    <li>Run the db deployment</li>
    <li>If the deployment has errors, do not fail task, but instead set an agent variable</li>
    <li>Next task determines if the variable is set, and if so calls the Update Release API to append the flag to the release description</li>
    <li>Future jobs and tasks can now analyze the state of the release description variable</li>
    <p><em>Note: I set an agent variable instead of making the API call from the db-deploy script so that I can keep my deploy script clean and maintainable. I move the responsibility of calling the API to a dedicated script instead.</em></p>
    <p>If the Manual Intervention is resumed, then the third job executes as an agent job. It will attempt to deploy the db again, but this time it sets a -Force flag on the script to ignore possible data loss (it was approved by the one who performed the intervention). If this deployment succeeds, then a quick cleanup is run to call the Update Release API and clear the flag from the release description. Finally, the other tasks can resume as normal.</p>
    <p>Here is what the tasks in my final release definition looks like:</p>
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    Azure DevOps Pipeline Conditional Flow with Manual Intervention I am wondering if Azure DevOps has the ability to do conditional flow as part of a release definition. My use case: I have a
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    <h1>LPIC-OT DevOps Engineer</h1>
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    <h2>Announcing the development of our newest professional certification, LPIC-OT DevOps Engineer</h2>
    <p>DevOps is one of the most in-demand skills in open source today. In order to meet the demand with verified skills, LPI is developing the LPI Open Technology DevOps Engineer certification.</p>
    <p>The certification will be released in autumn 2017 and will test proficiency in the most relevant free and open sources tools used to implement the DevOps collaboration model, like, for example, automated configuration or container</p>
    <p>As more and more companies introduce DevOps methodology to their workflows, skills in using tools supporting the collaboration model of DevOps become increasingly important. Focussing on the most relevant DevOps tools, LPIC-OT DevOps Engineers will be able to implement a DevOps workflow and to optimize their daily administration and development tasks. Being the largest certification body in the field of Linux system administration, LPI adds DevOps as an additional competency to the skill portfolio of IT professionals.</p>
    <p>The development of the exam will be accompanied by a series of blog postings which discuss the ongoing exam development process as well as DevOps topics related to the exam.</p>
    <p>The new certification is created according to LPI?s community-based certification development process. This process relies heavily on involvement by the IT community. To determine the relevance of potential exam content, LPI launched a Job Task Analysis (JTA). The online survey is the foundation of the new certification?s objectives and ensures the exam reflects exactly the skills required in the industry.</p>
    <p>Participation in the JTA is open to anyone working in the open source and DevOps communities. To participate in the JTA, an LPI ID is required. LPI candidates need only login with their ID, and anyone may create an LPI ID for free at lpi.org/register. With your LPI ID in hand, the JTA can be accessed at lpi.org/jta.</p>
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    <p>Announcing the development of our newest professional certification, LPIC-OT DevOps Engineer</p>
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    Announcing the development of our newest professional certification, LPIC-OT DevOps Engineer DevOps is one of the most in-demand skills in open source today. In order to meet the demand with verified skills, LPI is developing the LPI Open Technology DevOps Engineer certification.
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    <h1>Using Ansible with Azure</h1>
    <p>Ansible is an open-source product that automates cloud provisioning, configuration management, and application deployments. Using Ansible you can provision virtual machines, containers, and network and complete cloud infrastructures. Also, Ansible allows you to automate the deployment and configuration of resources in your environment.</p>
    <p>This article gives a basic overview of some of the benefits of using Ansible with Azure.</p>
    <h2>Ansible playbooks</h2>
    <p>Ansible playbooks allow you to direct Ansible to configure your environment. Playbooks are coded using YAML so as to be human-readable. The Tutorials section gives many examples of using playbooks to install and configure Azure resources.</p>
    <h2>Ansible modules</h2>
    <p>Ansible includes a suite of Ansible modules that are run directly on remote hosts or via playbooks. Users can create their own modules. Modules are used to control system resources - such as services, packages, or files - or execute system commands.</p>
    <p>For interacting with Azure services, Ansible includes a suite of Ansible cloud modules. These modules enable you to create and orchestrate your infrastructure on Azure.</p>
    <h2>Migrate existing workload to Azure</h2>
    <p>Once you use Ansible to define your infrastructure, you can apply your application's playbook letting Azure automatically scale your environment as needed.</p>
    <h2>Automate cloud-native application in Azure</h2>
    <p>Ansible enables you to automate cloud-native applications in Azure using Azure microservices such as Azure Functions and Kubernetes on Azure.</p>
    <h2>Manage deployments with dynamic inventory</h2>
    <p>Via its dynamic inventory feature, Ansible provides the ability to pull inventory from Azure resources. You can then tag your existing Azure deployments and manage those tagged deployments through Ansible.</p>
    <h2>Additional Azure Marketplace options</h2>
    <p>The Ansible Tower is an Azure Marketplace image by Red Hat.</p>
    <p>Ansible Tower is a web-based UI and dashboard for Ansible that has the following features:</p>
    <li>Enables you to define role-based access control, job scheduling, and graphical inventory management.</li>
    <li>Includes a REST API and CLI so you can insert Tower into existing tools and processes.</li>
    <li>Supports real-time output of playbook runs.</li>
    <li>Encrypts credentials - such as Azure and SSH keys - so you can delegate tasks without exposing credentials.</li>
    <h2>Ansible module and version matrix for Azure</h2>
    <p>Ansible includes a suite of modules for use in provisioning and configuring Azure resources. These resources include virtual machines, scale sets, networking services, and container services. The Ansible matrix lists the Ansible modules for Azure and the Ansible versions in which they ship.</p>
    <h2>Ansible azure devops</h2>

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    <h4>Ansible azure devops</h4>
    Introduction to using Ansible to automates cloud provisioning, configuration management, and application deployments.
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    <h1>Pivotal devops</h1>
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    <h1>Cloud Foundry on Azure</h1>
    <p>Cloud Foundry is an open-source platform-as-a-service (PaaS) for building, deploying, and operating 12-factor applications developed in various languages and frameworks. This document describes the options you have for running Cloud Foundry on Azure and how you can get started.</p>
    <h2>Cloud Foundry offerings</h2>
    <p>There are two forms of Cloud Foundry available to run on Azure: open-source Cloud Foundry (OSS CF) and Pivotal Cloud Foundry (PCF). OSS CF is an entirely open-source version of Cloud Foundry managed by the Cloud Foundry Foundation. Pivotal Cloud Foundry is an enterprise distribution of Cloud Foundry from Pivotal Software Inc. We look at some of the differences between the two offerings.</p>
    <h3>Open-source Cloud Foundry</h3>
    <p>You can deploy OSS Cloud Foundry on Azure by first deploying a BOSH director and then deploying Cloud Foundry, using the instructions provided on GitHub. To learn more about using OSS CF, see the documentation provided by the Cloud Foundry Foundation.</p>
    <p>Microsoft provides best-effort support for OSS CF through the following community channels:</p>
    <p>The level of support for your Azure resources, such as the virtual machines where you run Cloud Foundry, is based on your Azure support agreement. Best-effort community support only applies to the Cloud Foundry-specific components.</p>
    <h3>Pivotal Cloud Foundry</h3>
    <p>Pivotal Cloud Foundry includes the same core platform as the OSS distribution, along with a set of proprietary management tools and enterprise support. To run PCF on Azure, you must acquire a license from Pivotal. The PCF offer from the Azure marketplace includes a 90-day trial license.</p>
    <p>The tools include Pivotal Operations Manager, a web application that simplifies deployment and management of a Cloud Foundry foundation, and Pivotal Apps Manager, a web application for managing users and applications.</p>
    <p>In addition to the support channels listed for OSS CF above, a PCF license entitles you to contact Pivotal for support. Microsoft and Pivotal have also enabled support workflows that allow you to contact either party for assistance and have your inquiry routed appropriately depending on where the issue lies.</p>
    <h2>Azure Service Broker</h2>
    <p>Cloud Foundry encourages the "twelve-factor app" methodology, which promotes a clean separation of stateless application processes and stateful backing services. Service brokers offer a consistent way to provision and bind backing services to applications. The Azure service broker provides some of the key Azure services through this channel, including Azure storage and Azure SQL.</p>
    <p>If you are using Pivotal Cloud Foundry, the service broker is also available as a tile from the Pivotal Network.</p>
    <h2>Related resources</h2>
    <h3>Azure DevOps Services plugin</h3>
    <p>Cloud Foundry is well suited to agile software development, including the use of continuous integration (CI) and continuous delivery (CD). If you use Azure DevOps Services to manage your projects and would like to set up a CI/CD pipeline targeting Cloud Foundry, you can use the Azure DevOps Services Cloud Foundry build extension. The plugin makes it simple to configure and automate deployments to Cloud Foundry, whether running in Azure or another environment.</p>
    <h2>Pivotal devops</h2>

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    Run OSS or Pivotal Cloud Foundry on Microsoft Azure
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    <h1>Aws with devops</h1>
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    <h1>DevOps with AWS</h1>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://1.bp.blogspot.com/-9u2T4bgj...p7CgnACLcBGAsYHQ/s640/devops-3155972_1920.jpg" /></p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://1.bp.blogspot.com/-9u2T4bgj...p7CgnACLcBGAsYHQ/s640/devops-3155972_1920.jpg" /></p>
    <h3>Join our telegram channel and group :)</h3>
    <h2>Today we will learn how to deploy a simple web application in AWS using DevOps Pipeline.</h2>
    <h3>What is DevOps?</h3>
    <h3>Let's deep dive into the implementation of DevOps Life-Cycle.</h3>
    <blockquote><p><b><i>wget -q -O - https://pkg.jenkins.io/debian/jenkins-ci.org.key | sudo apt-key add -</i></b></p></blockquote>
    <blockquote><p><b><i>echo deb https://pkg.jenkins.io/debian-stable binary/ | sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/jenkins.list</i></b></p></blockquote>
    <blockquote><p><b><i>Copy the Master Server Public IP from AWS Console and Paste in new tab.</i></b></p></blockquote>
    <blockquote><p><b> <i>sudo cat /var/lib/jenkins/secrets/initialAdminPassword</i></b></p></blockquote>
    <p><b> <i>Install the Suggested Plugins and Create a new user ( such as Admin User )</i> </b> <br /><b><i><br /></i></b> <b> <i>Jenkins setup is completed .</i> </b></p>
    <p>7. Setup the Jenkins Slave Server<br /></p>
    <blockquote><p><b><i>Go to Manage Jenkins >> Configure Global Security >> Agents ( Select Random )</i></b></p></blockquote>
    <blockquote><p><b><i>Go to Manage Jenkins >> Manage Node Cloud >> Click on New Node >> Enter Node Name and Select on Permanent and Enter Remote Root Directory ( jenkins/workspace ) and Click on Save.</i> </b></p></blockquote>
    <p><b> <i>Download the file ( agent and slave-agent file ) and</i> </b> <br /><b> <i>move it to the slave server using any file transfer tool.</i></b> <br /> <br /><b><i>Run the Command in Background mentioned in the Jenkins Console and</i> </b> <br /><b> <i>Check the Connectivity in Jenkins Console for Slave Server</i> </b> <br /><b><i><br /></i></b> <br /><b><i><br /></i></b> <br />Screenshot Attached for Reference:</p>
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    <h4>Aws with devops</h4>
    Today we will learn how to deploy a simple web application in AWS using DevOps Pipeline. What is DevOps? "DevOps is an amalgamation of software development and operational activity."
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    <h1>Azure devops dynamics 365</h1>
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    <h1>Build Azure DevOps Pipelines for Dynamics 365 CRM/Power Platform- Part 2</h1>
    <h2>Build Pipeline: Export solution from development environment to Repository</h2>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://miro.medium.com/fit/c/56/56/1*PeoaWSP7qRd8WkANPzVq_g.jpeg" /></p>
    <h4>Pooja Bhardwaj</h4>
    <h4>Aug 13 В· 5 min read</h4>
    <p>We can build this azure pipeline to export solution from dev environment and unpack the solution and store it at our repository and deploy the same solution to destination environment so that this can be a single- source of truth</strong> for developers.</p>
    <p>You can create two pipelines one as managed solution for deployment purpose and other one as unmanaged solutions to keep as backup.</p>
    <p>Follow below link to setup Azure DevOps, Power Platform Installation and Service Connection setup.</p>
    <h2>Automate solution deployment for Dynamics 365/Power Platform using Azure Pipelines- Part 1</h2>
    <h3>This series of post includes CRM solution deployment using Azure DevOps pipelines and Power Platform Build Tools, now?</h3>
    <h2>Create a pipeline</h2>
    <p>In Azure DevOps, click on the Pipelines link on the left side and create your Pipeline and chose Classic editor.</p>
    <p>To c reate pipeline for the Power Apps Build tasks, we will use the classic editor.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://miro.medium.com/max/60/1*aNAd4AoFOo4M40UJunvxsg.png" /></p>
    <h2>Default Azure Repos Git</h2>
    <p>We will use Azure Repos Git (which is default) for our repository. Click continue.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://miro.medium.com/max/60/1*st21mJzQg9i-993heGjWRw.png" /></p>
    <h2>Empty Jobs</h2>
    <p>We will build our pipeline using an Empty job.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://miro.medium.com/max/60/1*eJViglQoxoogvMi3Jh9kVA.png" /></p>
    <p>Give your pipeline a name, Save your pipeline by choosing the ?Save & queue? and then ?Save?.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://miro.medium.com/max/60/1*ihwmY4ci3T2yk_Lxdy3pgA.png" /></p>
    <h2>Allow scripts to access the OAuth token</h2>
    <p>Select the Agent job, scroll down on the properties and check the ?Allow scripts to access the OAuth token?.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://miro.medium.com/max/60/1*fxelOIX1iS83GdN2X2jKcw.png" /></p>
    <h2>Add Task</h2>
    <p>On the ?Agent job 1? section, click the ?+? button to add a new task.</p>
    <h2>Power Platform Tools Installer Task</h2>
    <p>On the left of the screen, search for ?PowerApps tools? and add the PowerApps Tool Installer.</p>
    <p>This task installs a set of Power Platform?specific tools required by the agent to run the Power Platform build tasks. This task doesn?t require any additional configuration.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://miro.medium.com/max/60/1*2_WWKi2052GvVi2Qoz5YeQ.png" /></p>
    <h2>Power Platform Export Solution task</h2>
    <p>Now add the PowerApps Export Solution task, this task exports solutions from the CRM environment.</p>
    <p>In this step will export the solution to a folder on the temporary virtual machine.</p>
    <h2>Add Service Connection</h2>
    <p>Connection to your CRM instance from where you need to export the solution(please refer part- 1 where we have configured service connection)</p>
    <h2>Solution name</h2>
    <p>Solution name is the variable name, please refer- Set variable section.</p>
    <h2>Solution Output File</h2>
    <p>The solution name is a variable, we will setup it in a few steps below.</p>
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    <h4>Azure devops dynamics 365</h4>
    Use Azure DevOps Pipelines and Power platform tools to build pipelines and automate solution deployment-Dynamics 356 Sales, D365 Customer service, D365 Field service and keep solution in Repository, use Artifacts.
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    <h1>Sitecore devops</h1>
    <p>Back 2 years ago, I had a post Sitecore DevOps 1-2-3. It was mainly based on TFS source control. Now Git repositories becomes more popular and easy adopted from Azure DevOps. I have worked on several projects based on Azure Git repositories. The main flow of Sitecore DevOps pileline remains same. Because of the flexibility of Git flow, branching strategy becomes challenge and most debating area to many organizations. Basically you just need to come up and shape a flow best fit to your team development life cycle.</p>
    <p>Here is a branching strategy and Git flow worked well for me.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://born4joy.files.wordpress.com/2019/05/git-flow.png" /></p>
    <p>Starting from a clean Production source code branch, create a Master branch for main stream of development. Then create a Develop branch from Master for integration sandbox. Production, Master and Develop branches are permanent.</p>
    <p>Scenario A: Feature A development and Hotfix</p>
    <li>Developer creates ?A? branch from Master then work on it.</li>
    <li>After local development completed, send PR to Develop branch to test in sandbox.</li>
    <li>After sandbox test successful, send PR to Master branch.</li>
    <li>Create QA branch from Master and make deployment</li>
    <li>After QA successful, create UAT branch from QA and make deployment</li>
    <li>In UAT, there is issue found, developer work on fix in its own A branch.</li>
    <li>At the meantime there is a Hotfix happen, round 1 release is put on hold</li>
    <li>Create a Hotfix branch from Production then work on it.</li>
    <li>After local development completed, send PR to both Production and Master branches.</li>
    <li>Developer finish the fix and send anther PR to Master branch</li>
    <li>Abandon the round 1 QA and UAT branches, recreate them for round 2. This time, the QA and UAT branches contain both feature A and Hot fix.</li>
    <li>Everything test good in both QA and UAT. Then send UAT PR to Production for release</li>
    <p>Scenario 2: Feature B development.</p>
    <li>Developer create ?B? branch from Master then work on it.</li>
    <li>After local development completed, send PR to Develop branch to test in sandbox.</li>
    <li>After sandbox test successful, send PR to Master branch.</li>
    <li>Create QA branch from Master and make deployment</li>
    <li>After QA successful, create UAT branch from QA and make deployment</li>
    <li>After UAT successful, it is ready to PR to Production branch for release</li>
    <p>So above Scenario A and B are running in parallel on their own paces and procedures. This is how we can achieve continues deployment.</p>
    <h2>Sitecore devops</h2>

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    <h4>Sitecore devops</h4>
    Back 2 years ago, I had a post Sitecore DevOps 1-2-3. It was mainly based on TFS source control. Now Git repositories becomes more popular and easy adopted from Azure DevOps. I have worked on several projects based on Azure Git repositories. The main flow of Sitecore DevOps pileline remains same. Because of the flexibility&hellip;
    <h5>Sitecore devops</h5>
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    <h1>Vsts sonarqube</h1>
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    <p><strong>SonarQube?</strong> is the leading tool for continuously inspecting the Code Quality and Security? of your codebases, all while empowering development teams. Analyze over 25 popular programming languages including C#, VB.Net, JavaScript, TypeScript and C++. SonarQube easily pairs up with your Azure DevOps environment and tracks down bugs, security vulnerabilities and code smells. With over 170,000 deployments helping small development teams as well as global organizations, SonarQube provides the means for all teams and companies around the world to own and impact their Code Quality and Security.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://sonarsource.gallerycdn.vsas.../sonarqube/4.17.0/1605113462319/img/tasks.png" /></p>
    <p>This extension provides tasks that you incorporate into your build definition(s) to enable additional SonarQube functionality in Azure DevOps environments. When paired with SonarQube Community Edition, you can analyze and see the results for scanning your master codebase. SonarQube Commercial Editions offer additional functionality with Branch and Pull Request analysis so your team spots and resolves code issues before merging to master. Analysis results are published right in your Pull Requests!</p>
    <h2>Benefits of the SonarQube Azure DevOps Marketplace Extension</h2>
    <h3>Quality Gate? Status Publishing</h3>
    <p>A Quality Gate is a Pass/Fail status indicator that clearly lets you know if your code is clean and safe. SonarQube comes with a default Quality Gate called Sonar Way? that's built-in and ready to use. When you see a 'Green' Quality Gate, you know that your application is releasable and your team is hitting the mark! The Quality Gate provides the ability to know at each analysis whether an application passes or fails the release criteria. In other words, it tells you with every analysis whether your application is ready for production "quality-wise".</p>
    <p>Example of a passing Quality Gate:</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://sonarsource.gallerycdn.vsas...05113462319/img/sq-analysis-report-passed.png" /></p>
    <p>Example of a failing Quality Gate:</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://sonarsource.gallerycdn.vsas...05113462319/img/sq-analysis-report-failed.png" /></p>
    <h3>Automatically Analyze Branches and Decorate Pull Requests (SonarQube Commercial Editions)</h3>
    <p>When partnered with a SonarQube Commercial Edition, this extension allows automatic analysis of all branches and pull-requests which enables early discovery of bugs and security vulnerabilities prior to a merge. Branches and PRs get their own Quality Gate status and analysis results are pushed to the relevant project branch in SonarQube.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://sonarsource.gallerycdn.vsas...narqube/4.17.0/1605113462319/img/branches.png" /></p>
    <p>It's easy to add non-disruptive code quality checks right into your Azure DevOps workflow. Simply add SonarQube to your build pipeline definition and you're on your way to only promoting quality code. SonarQube analyzes the code changes and decorates Pull Requests with comments and overall status -> <em>merge with confidence!</em></p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://sonarsource.gallerycdn.vsas...e/4.17.0/1605113462319/img/Build-pipeline.png" /></p>
    <p>When a build is run on a PR, the extension automatically publishes the QG status and configures the analysis to be pushed to the relevant project branch on SonarQube.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://sonarsource.gallerycdn.vsas...1605113462319/img/pull-request-decoration.png" /></p>
    <p><strong>Important note</strong>: to activate Pull Request decoration, you must specify a user token in the "General Settings > Pull Requests" administration page of your project in SonarQube.</p>
    <h2>Additional Highlights</h2>
    <h3>Seamless integration with .NET solutions</h3>
    <p>C# and VB.NET analysis is simple and straightforward and only requires adding the <strong>Prepare Analysis Configuration</strong> and <strong>Run Code Analysis</strong> tasks to your build definition.</p>
    <h3>Easy setup for Maven and Gradle projects</h3>
    <p>For Java, analyzing your source code is also very easy. It only requires adding the <strong>Prepare Analysis Configuration</strong> task and checking the <strong>Run SonarQube Analysis</strong> option in the 'Code Analysis' panel in your Maven or Gradle task.</p>
    <h2>SonarQube Azure DevOps Marketplace Extension Details</h2>
    <p>This extension provides Branch and Pull Request analysis along with:</p>
    <li>A dedicated <strong>SonarQube EndPoint</strong> that defines the SonarQube server to be used.</li>
    <li>Three build tasks to get your projects analyzed easily: <ul>
    <li><strong>Prepare Analysis Configuration:</strong> Configures all the required settings prior to executing a build. This task is mandatory. For .NET solutions or Java projects, this task helps SonarQube seamlessly integrate with MSBuild, Maven and Gradle tasks.</li>
    <li><strong>Run Code Analysis:</strong> Executes the source code analysis. This task isn't required for Maven or Gradle projects.</li>
    <li><strong>Publish Quality Gate Result:</strong> Displays the Quality Gate status in the build summary. This tasks is optional, as it may increase the overall build time.</li>
    <p>This Get Started guide provides instructions on installing, configuring and using the SonarQube extension for Azure DevOps.</p>
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    <h4>Vsts sonarqube</h4>
    Extension for Azure DevOps - Detect bugs, vulnerabilities and code smells across project branches and pull requests.
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    <h1>Maven devops</h1>
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    <h1>DevOps Engineer</h1>
    <p>Originally DevOps was mode of operation in which Developers and Operations worked together.</p>
    <p>It was created because in many companies there were silos: Developers, (Maual) QA engineers, Operations and the communication among these silos was less than ideal. (also know as "really bad").</p>
    <p>The DevOps movement eliminated the silos, made the whole process much smoother.</p>
    <p>Unfortunately many companies instead of eliminating the silos have just renamed the Operations team to be DevOps and expected them to wirte some code to their operations.</p>
    <p>Some companies were even worse and created a new silo called DevOps.</p>
    <p>Anyway, today we are here and there is a job title called <b>DevOps Engineer</b> and there is a huge lack of good DevOps engineers. So what do you need in order to become one?</p>
    <p>The content of this job is also very different among organizations. Some places they mostly do "Cloud System Administration". In other places they do the job of what used to be "Configuration Management": build systems, CI (Continuous Integration) systems. In some places they might be responsible of the branching and merging strategy of the developers. In some places they are the ones deploying the applications, in other places thet create only the tools and the teams themself actually handle the deployment.</p>
    <p>So there is no good definition of what a "DevOps enginner" does and needs to know.</p>
    <h2>Non-Technical Skills</h2>
    <p>Before we get to the technical part let's talk a bit about the non-technical skills.</p>
    <p>A DevOps engineer must be able to communicate well with their co-workers throughout the organization. The DevOps team is in many cases the glue connecting the various technical teams. It is a service team that provides service to many other teams.</p>
    <p>It also means the DevOps engineers will get requests from around the company, not just from their manager. A DevOps engineer needs to be able to handle this. Find a way to be able to say no to all the urgent requests.</p>
    <p>In many ways it is also a rather thankless job. Most people will only come your way when they have some problem. When something does not work. And then it is urgent.</p>
    <p>As a DevOps enginner you'll have to learn about tons of technologies. You won't really have the time to delve deeply in any of the technologies, but you will be expected to be the expert.</p>
    <p>This can be both overwhelming and extreamly fun. I personally love experimenting with tools. I wish I could do more of it.</p>
    <p>Most likely you'll also need to explain many tools, and the limitations of those tools to a lot of people in the organization, so you will need good communication skills.</p>
    <p>Yes, I know Sysadmins or Operations people have a bad reputation of being uncommunicative. So if you are someone who can communicat you'll have a clear advantage over them.</p>
    <p>I have another page where I listed tons of technologies used by DevOps, way too many. Let me give an overview here.</p>
    <h2>Version Control</h2>
    <p>The base of every good operation is to be able to track changes. Git is the de-facto standard open source Version Control System (VCS) so I recommend you become very familiar with it.</p>
    <p>It is also usually importanto to deal with the "Git server", that is GitHub, BitBucket, GitLab or some similar system.</p>
    <p>The majority of companies use Linux as their servers. You must become familiar with Linux via the CLI (Command Line Interface). I mean the shell.</p>
    <p>The specific distribution matters less, though in most places I've encountered CentOS, RedHat, and Ubuntu.</p>
    <p>It is probbaly quite important to have a good understaning of Networking protocols. Starting from TCP/IP up to higher layers of the Internet protocols.</p>
    <h2>Virtualization - Containers</h2>
    <p>These days Docker and Kubernetes are all the rage.</p>
    <h2>Programming languages</h2>
    <p>The two most frequently used languages by DevOps engineers are Bash, the Unix/Linux shell and Python.</p>
    <p>There are tons of other technologies for DevOps I've already listed elsewhere and that list is probbaly also missing quite a few items.</p>
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    <h1>Azure DevOps: store the TAG version in a system variable</h1>
    <h4>Luca Nardelli</h4>
    <h4>Feb 5, 2019 В· 3 min read</h4>
    <p>Microsoft Azure DevOps is a beautiful system, well documented and with lot of functionalities ready out-of-the-box.</p>
    <p>The CI (Continuous Integration) and CD (Continuous Delivery) are a pleasure to use, but sometimes a little bit tricky.</p>
    <p>A common problem is to use a stable release pipeline to create a directory or a zip file, named with the TAG of the Artifact used as source.</p>
    <p>To do that, the first step is to define a build pipeline that automatically starts when a TAG is pushed on the master branch, by using the filter refs/tags/*</strong>:</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://miro.medium.com/max/60/1*AplX5z8KlTT2uDxWxrOsCQ@2x.jpeg" /></p>
    <p>At this p oint the build starts only if a TAG is pushed on the master:</p>
    <p>As you can see, the build has been executed on the 1.0.4 TAG:</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://miro.medium.com/max/60/1*i-DHMcvahWqB3kqRV5U2Vw@2x.jpeg" /></p>
    <p>Now we can define a release pipeline, using the previous build (his Artifact) as source and trigger the first Stage only if the Artifact is created on a branch stored in /refs/tags/</strong> (this mean a TAG).</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://miro.medium.com/max/60/1*8aAzNjWzgpA1-bMuYHer9w@2x.jpeg" /></p>
    <p>Now the CI and CD are triggered when a new TAG is created on the master branch.</p>
    <p>But how to get, transform and use the TAG version (e.g. 1.0.4) via system variable?</p>
    <p>Imagine for example that I?d like to build my repository and zip the created Artifact in a file named Stable_v1_0_4_234.zip</strong>, where 234 is the build number of the specific build pipeline that triggers the release.</p>
    <p>I need to get the TAG version (1.0.4), modify it (v1_0_4) and store it in a system variable.</p>
    <p>As defined in the Azure DevOps documentation, there is a default release variable that can be used to retrieve the source branch (in our case refs/tags/1.0.4): Release.Artifacts.<alias>.SourceBranch</strong>, where ?alias? is the name of the artifact.</p>
    <p>So let me to change the Artifact?s alias to ?_art1?</em>:</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://miro.medium.com/max/60/1*mQfmhKJ-ceZftJY8qr_Lkg@2x.jpeg" /></p>
    <p>Now I can retrieve the branch name using Release.Artifacts._art1.SourceBranch.</em></p>
    <p>In the Stage1 I will use this variable to set an environment variable (named ReleaseFullPath</em>) in a PowerShell Task</em> and I will define zipSuffix</em></strong> as output variable:</p>
    <h2>Azure devops delete tag</h2>

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    <h1>Microsoft tfs online</h1>
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    <h1>Microsoft Team Foundation Server</h1>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="http://dthomas-software.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/MS-Gold-Partner-300x64.jpg" /></p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img style="float: left; margin: 0 10px 5px 0;" src="http://dthomas-software.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/TFS.jpg" />Microsoft Visual Studio Team System is an integrated solution comprising tools, processes, and guidance to help all members of a development team improve their skills and work effectively together.</p>
    <p>Visual Studio Team System Team Foundation Server (TFS) helps your software development teams work better together while being more effective delivering solutions aligned with your business needs. Teams are empowered to do great work with services for version control, build, work item tracking, planning, and reporting integrated into a single, secure collaboration platform. Projects managed in Team Foundation Server benefit from integrated process workflows and guidance ? both custom-defined and industry-recognized best-practices ? to ensure predictable, successful results. Team Foundation Server was designed from the ground-up for performance and reliability, maximum customization and partner-integration, and minimal administrative overhead by leveraging existing technologies such as Microsoft SQL Server, Windows SharePoint Services and Internet Information Server.</p>
    <li><strong>Gain better predictability and quality</strong> ? Enable team members to continuously integrate and improve their work by automating builds, executing tests, and providing real-time performance and quality metric reporting throughout the development life cycle.</li>
    <li><strong>Take control of your code</strong> ? Take greater control of your code by getting the latest version on checkout, comparing branches, annotating code, and tracking your workspaces.</li>
    <li><strong>Simplify administration, operations, and setup</strong> ? Simplify project management across your organization through integrated Microsoft Office SharePoint 2007, easier setup, and support for more users.</li>
    <h2>Feature Highlights</h2>
    <li>Version Control to manage change to project artefacts</li>
    <li>Work Item Tracking to communicate and manage work across the team</li>
    <li>Team Build to regularly integrate your team?s work together</li>
    <li>Reporting and business intelligence on project status, performance, and quality metrics</li>
    <li>Customizable Process Templates to define your development process</li>
    <li>Integration with Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Project for project management</li>
    <li>Team Portal for team collaboration</li>
    <li>Source Control provides robust version control together with rules allowing you to control check in and ensure quality and process adherence</li>
    <li>Build Server provides automated build facilities ensuring that independent regular compiles can be conducted away from local machines meaning that quality issues are detected at an early stage in the process</li>
    <li>Allows code and builds to be linked to a project plan providing powerful project tracking and progress against plan reporting</li>
    <li>Linking provides a link between artefacts such as builds, source code, work items and project plan providing full traceability and visibility of the impact of actions during the development process</li>
    <li>Reporting allows all data captured and recorded in the data warehouse to be mined and reported in a flexible customised manner</li>
    <li>Integrates natively with Visual Studio and Microsoft .NET technologies however using the MSSCCI provider can also support legacy Microsoft technology and non Microsoft technologies such as Java and Unix</li>
    <li>The use of Microsoft One Click technology can provide rollout consistency across servers and environments removing the chaos that can be associated with deployment</li>
    <h5>Dunstan Thomas TFS consulting services</h5>
    <p>As Microsoft Gold Application Development Partners, Dunstan Thomas provides extensive consulting services for TFS, for more visit the Team Foundation Server page.</p>
    <p>Contact Dunstan Thomas or ring 023 9282 2254 to discuss how we can help you with your testing.</p>
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    Microsoft Team Foundation Server for version control, build, work item tracking, planning, &amp; reporting integrated into a single, secure collaboration platform. Dunstan Thomas Consulting provide Team Foundation Server training &amp; consulting services
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    <h1>Devops git</h1>
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    <h1>DevOps isn?t one size fits all</h1>
    <p>Use the tools you want. Atlassian unifies work across the development cycle, <br />with Jira as the source of truth for your team and the business.</p>
    <p>Atlassian connects development, IT operations, and agile teams with automation that spans our products and third-party tools. Your team can bring the tools they want, select from our tools, or use a mix of both.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://wac-cdn.atlassian.com/dam/j...finity wheel_CLOUD-PRODUCTS@2x_Compressed.png" /></p>
    <h2>Explore how Atlassian tools can help with each stage of the DevOps lifecycle</h2>
    <h2>Mission control for your entire team with Jira Software</h2>
    <p>With Jira Software, get a powerful agile planning tool that integrates with the rest of your software delivery life cycle. Know what?s happening and when - no matter what tools your team does work in.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://wac-cdn.atlassian.com/dam/jcr:88f1a76d-7b9d-4bc7-ae6e-f7ea8811c686/Plan_Screenshot@2x.png" /></p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://wac-cdn.atlassian.com/dam/jcr:5f19b6ef-775e-4802-95ec-cb34e62675a6/Plan 01@2x.png" /></p>
    <h3>See code status at a glance</h3>
    <p>Quickly get up to date on the status of a project by coupling Jira issues with code. Pull in build, release, and deployment environment information right on the Jira issue.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://wac-cdn.atlassian.com/dam/jcr:25f96e59-389f-4f57-ae25-f342ea15fe51/Plan 02@2x.png" /></p>
    <h3>Shift-left with powerful automation</h3>
    <p>Native automation to Jira Cloud empowers users to do anything from changing issue status based on Git operations to notifying specific teams when a release has gone wrong.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://wac-cdn.atlassian.com/dam/jcr:a047d20f-178f-48e4-8012-7016eab116cd/Plan 03@2x.png" /></p>
    <h3>Spot development issues before a release</h3>
    <p>Get full visibility into the status and progress of upcoming releases with Jira?s Release Hub. Jira connects with your development tools like Bitbucket or Github to help spot issues that could cause problems for the release.</p>
    <h2>Collaborate on code with your team</h2>
    <p>Manage your entire development workflow, from code to deployment, with Bitbucket. Partners like GitHub and GitLab also integrate with Jira, meaning your developers can always be in tune with the rest of the business.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://wac-cdn.atlassian.com/dam/jcr:9e1298d5-0c7d-4642-a610-11aa8a2b9469/Build@2x_Compressed.png" /></p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://wac-cdn.atlassian.com/dam/jcr:0af5581a-da13-4135-87e0-026b3f17e56d/Build 01@2x.png" /></p>
    <h3>Build quality software as a team</h3>
    <p>With Bitbucket, spend less time on code reviews without sacrificing quality, with an experience that makes it easier to identify code changes, create action items, and juggle multiple pull requests at once.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://wac-cdn.atlassian.com/dam/jcr:20b3cf6e-2566-48db-a8f4-69d3274ff878/Build 02@2x.png" /></p>
    <h3>Automatically update Jira</h3>
    <p>Developers no longer have to worry about keeping the team updated on code changes. Connect Jira and Bitbucket (or whatever source code management tool your team prefers) to link code changes with Jira issues. Automate status updates to Jira as development progresses</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://wac-cdn.atlassian.com/dam/jcr:552c35e1-f519-48fe-8fcf-c967c85d3a5a/Build 03@2x.png" /></p>
    <h3>Find code issues before they cause chaos</h3>
    <p>Ensure that your team is developing and shipping secure software with Bitbucket?s branch permissions and enforced merge checks. Code Insights inside of Bitbucket automatically scans your code for vulnerabilities before deployment.</p>
    <h2>Devops git</h2>

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    <h1>Azure boards pricing</h1>
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    <h1>Azure Boards</h1>
    <p>Plan, track, and discuss work across your teams</p>
    <h2>Track work with Kanban boards, backlogs, team dashboards, and custom reporting</h2>
    <p>Combine drag-and-drop sprint planning and flexible work item tracking with comprehensive traceability to have the perfect home for all your ideas?big and small.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://azurecomcdn.azureedge.net/c...es/page/services/devops/boards/screenshot.jpg" /></p>
    <h2>Connected from idea to release</h2>
    <p>Track all your ideas at every development stage and keep your team aligned with all code changes linked directly to work items.</p>
    <h2>Scrum ready</h2>
    <p>Use built-in scrum boards and planning tools to help your teams run sprints, stand-ups, and planning meetings.</p>
    <h2>Built for insights</h2>
    <p>Gain new insights into the health and status of your project with powerful analytics tools and dashboard widgets.</p>
    <h2>Already using GitHub? Try Azure Boards Integration.</h2>
    <p>Boost your team's productivity with Boards, Backlogs, and Sprints for even the most complex project. Simply connect your GitHub repo to Azure Boards and start linking commits and PRs to work items.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://azurecomcdn.azureedge.net/c...ervices/devops/boards/github-integrations.jpg" /></p>
    <h2>Start planning your next sprint with Boards</h2>
    <h3>Use proven productivity tools</h3>
    <p>Get your work done with simple and modern agile tools like Kanban boards, backlogs, dashboards, and scrum boards. Adapt the tools to fit your team?s needs and scale up easily.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://azurecomcdn.azureedge.net/c...ages/page/services/devops/boards/backlogs.jpg" /></p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://azurecomcdn.azureedge.net/c...es/page/services/devops/boards/dashboards.jpg" /></p>
    <h3>Customize your dashboards</h3>
    <p>Build tailored views of the data you need, configure the layout that makes sense for your team, and easily monitor progress throughout the lifecycle of your project.</p>
    <h3>Choose your workflow</h3>
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    <h1>Custom git clone on Azure DevOps build pipeline</h1>

    <p>Today, I will show how to perform custom git clone on Azure DevOps build pipeline and be able to manage source code cloning on Azure DevOps build engine in a more flexible way.</p>
    <p><strong>The problem:</strong> In one of my projects I had relatively large git repository due to handling big binary files (design images, documentation, etc.) within git repository. These files were not directly related to source code. Therefore, overall git size become relatively huge, but source code was still fairly small.</p>
    <p>I used Azure DevOps build pipelines to build my app. Azure DevOps pipelines allow relatively small control over source code cloning process. Normally, whole deep clone is executed every time the build is triggered. Because of this, my build took a lot of time just to download the source code to build machine.</p>
    <p><strong>Possible solution:</strong> It would be nice to clone only the last commit on specific branch (e.g. development, stage, prod). This is very simple with raw git command, I just need to figure out how to overcome this limitation on on Azure DevOps.</p>
    <p>As said, out-of-the-box Azure DevOps does not allow this kind of flexibility. Basically, Azure DevOps only allows simple full git cloning or small area of tuning.</p>
    <h2>The problem</h2>
    <p>I have relative large git repository and I need to build my app on my Azure DevOps. Let?s first check straightforward approach by simply cloning my git repository into Azure DevOps pipeline. I just want to check how long this action takes.</p>
    <p>For brevity, I create empty build pipeline which only clones source code from my custom git repository. When I trigger the build I get this situation:</p>
    <p style="clear: both"> <img src="https://jenx-si-cdn.azureedge.net/w...devops-new-pipeline-clone-timing-1024x530.png" /></p>
    <p>So, it takes almost 8 minutes to clone my git repository to the build machine. Data transferred from my custom git server to the Azure DevOps is 2.25 GB. Can this be optimize in any way?</p>
    <p>What would I like to achieve is to run git command like this:</p>
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