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  1. IZRAELea

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    Devops experts - Kabrinskiy Eduard

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    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://devopsgroup.io/assets/img/profile_seth-reeser.jpg" /></p>
    <p>DevOps Group is comprised of a highly-skilled team of passionate professionals with strong backgrounds in infrastructure, software, and workflows who are experts in technical infrastructure and application delivery. Our vision is to inspire confidence, achieve consistency, and reduce risk. Our mission is to advance the discipline of DevOps, empowering software development teams to deliver with simple and tactical solutions.</p>
    <p><em>- Seth D. Reeser, Products Lead & Co-Founder</em></p>
    <h3>Our products address technical and organizational challenges of automation.</h3>
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    <h3>Start the conversation today about spearheading DevOps at your organization</h3>
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    <p>Tier 4 Technical Support <br />Monthly Agreement <br />Support via Email and Customer Portal <br />Service Level Agreements <br />Access to Valuable Expertise <br />ITIL-Friendly <br />Live Release Support</p>
    <h4>Starting at<br />$7,490 / Month</h4>
    <h3>DevOps Solutions, Implementations, & Training</h3>
    <p>Cloud Automation <br />Software Development Workflows <br />Infrastructure and Operations <br />Security and Compliance <br />Monitoring and Analytics <br />Continuous Integration <br />Disaster Recovery</p>
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    <p>Full-stack Monitoring <br />Discover Bottlenecks <br />Granular and Broad Metrics <br />Multi-platform Insights <br />Centralized Dashboard <br />Capacity Planning <br />Uncover Opportunities</p>
    <h4>Analytics & Insights</h4>
    <h3>Digital Marketing & Advertising</h3>
    <p>Our core focus is technical infrastructure and application delivery through DevOps discipline. The Catapult platform was developed to meet the security, performance, and time-to-market needs of our clients. Along the way, we've worked on many projects in the education, industrial, healthcare, restuarant, real estate, technology, and finance industries.</p>
    <p>Through our unique positioning, we're able to offer services with unmatched digital competency. We offer brand development, digital strategy, creative art & copy, website development, and paid search & display advertising services. Contact us today to learn more.</p>
    <h4>Let's build something</h4>
    <h2>DevOps Benefits</h2>
    <h3>Automating technology and workflow is a collaborative effort</h3>
    <h5>Software<br />Developers</h5>
    <h5>Quality<br />Assurance</h5>
    <h5>Operations<br />(IT)</h5>
    <blockquote> <p>DevOps (a clipped compound of development and operations) is a culture, movement or practice that emphasizes the collaboration and communication of both software developers and other information-technology (IT) professionals while automating the process of software delivery and infrastructure changes. It aims at establishing a culture and environment where building, testing, and releasing software can happen rapidly, frequently, and more reliably. [reference]</p> </blockquote>
    <p><h3>Your Yearly Website Management Costs:</p></h3>
    <h3>Check off the DevOps disciplines to see how much Catapult will save you</h3>
    <h4>Security Management</h4>
    <p>Are your secrets for all of your digital assets encrypted and shareable? Are your websites protected from spammers, SQL injection, and DDOS? Did you know you have to notify your customers of a security breach?</p>
    <p>Formula: (2,080hr/yr x 30% time spent dealing with security issues) = 624hr x $100hrly rate = $62,400 x 30% wasted time = $18,720</p>
    <h4>Source Code Management</h4>
    <p>Not having your website(s) under source control such as Git, Mercurial, or SVN is a bad idea, no changes are being tracked and you're manually copying files everywhere? Recipe for disaster.</p>
    <p>Formula: (2,080hr/yr x 10% time spent interacting with files) = 208hr x $100hrly rate = $20,800 x 30% wasted time = $6,240</p>
    <h4>Infrastructure Management</h4>
    <p>Do you have scalable, backed-up, and quickly rebuildable web and database servers that are also aligned for Agile Scrum workflows (Jira, Basecamp)?</p>
    <p>Formula: (2,080hr/yr x 20% time spent configuring servers) = 416hr x $100hrly rate = $41,600 x 30% wasted time = $12,480</p>
    <h4>Configuration Management</h4>
    <p>Is your team just clicking around in GoDaddy and playing the trial and error game?</p>
    <p>Formula: (2,080hr/yr x 5% time spent fumbling over configuration) = 104hr x $100hrly rate = $10,400 x 30% wasted time = $3,120</p>
    <h4>Automated Deployments</h4>
    <p>Are you paying someone to manually promote changes to your website from a test to a production environment without even testing the deployment first because it's too difficult, costly, or time consuming?</p>
    <p>Formula: (2,080hr/yr x 10% time spent deploying updates) = 208hr x $100hrly rate = $20,800 x 30% wasted time = $6,240</p>
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    <li>Unused subscription support credits expire monthly. Support credits do not accumulate.</li>
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    <li>You may not use the Service to facilitate, support, or otherwise serve illegal entities, activities, or purposes.</li>
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    We are experts in software delivery and technical infrastructure.
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    Azure devops audit log - Кабринский Рдуард

    <h1>Azure devops audit log</h1>
    Azure devops audit log <a href="http://remmont.com">Today news live</a> Azure devops audit log
    <h1>Auditing your Azure DevOps Services instance</h1>
    <p>Sometimes, when you?re working with other developers, you might wonder who has changed some permissions on your Azure DevOps Services instance, or who has modified some pipeline, etc.</p>
    <p>I?ve discovered that Azure DevOps Services has a builtin (but in preview) API to query audit log entries.</p>
    <p>To be able to used it, you just need to perform a GET request to the following URL: https://auditservice.dev.azure.com/<organization>/_apis/audit/auditlog?api-version=5.1-preview.1 (of course, don?t forget to replace <organization>by the name of your organization).</p>
    <p>The API is protected using a Basic authentication for which you?ll have to use: anything for the login and your <strong>PAT</strong> (<em>Personal Access Token</em>) for the password, as shown in the following image:</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="http://donotpanic.azurewebsites.net/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/image-1-1024x482.png" /></p>
    <p>The query will then show you a list of the log entries available, with a lot of details for each: <br />? The person who performed the operation <br />? The category of the action <br />? The area of the action (Pipelines, Security, Permissions, etc.) <br />? And a lot of other things (like IP adress, timestamp and even more!)</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="http://donotpanic.azurewebsites.net/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/image-2-1024x566.png" /></p>
    <p>Of course, if you need to filter, specify the batch size or get more results, there are some query parameters that you can use (and you can find all of them here: <br />https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/re...it/audit log/query?view=azure-devops-rest-5.1). If needed, you can even download the logs using a dedicated endpoint: <br />https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/re...d log/download log?view=azure-devops-rest-5.1 </p>
    <p>Using this service, you are now free to create your own dashboard that will help you to track (or to spy ^^) the actions performed on your Azure DevOps Services instance !</p>
    <h2>Azure devops audit log</h2>

    <h3>Azure devops audit log</h3>
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    <h4>Azure devops audit log</h4>
    Auditing your Azure DevOps Services instance Sometimes, when you?re working with other developers, you might wonder who has changed some permissions on your Azure DevOps Services instance, or who
    <h5>Azure devops audit log</h5>
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    Ibm devops - Рдуард Кабринский

    <h1>Ibm devops</h1>
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    <h1>Entry Level DevOps Engineer: 2021</h1>
    <p>Introduction <br />Software Developers at IBM are the backbone of our strategic initiatives to design, code, test, and provide industry-leading solutions that make the world run today - planes and trains take off on time, bank transactions complete in the blink of an eye and the world remains safe because of the work our software developers do. Whether you are working on projects internally or for a client, software development is critical to the success of IBM and our clients worldwide. At IBM, you will use the latest software development tools, techniques and approaches and work with leading minds in the industry to build solutions you can be proud of.</p>
    <p> <br />Your Role and Responsibilities <br /></p>
    <p>As an Entry Level DevOps Engineer you will collaborate with software developers, system operators and other IT staff members to manage code releases. You will cross and merge the barriers that exist between software development, testing and operations teams and keep existing networks in mind as they design, plan and test.</p>
    <p>What You?ll Do: <ul>
    <li>Take ownership and manage projects that vary in size and scope depending on requirements for teams enabling Continuous Integration and automation of service integration, delivery and deployments.</li>
    <li>Design and develop industry impacting services using open source and commercial technologies at scale</li>
    <li>Manage and allocate tools, accelerators, frameworks, templates and other assets related to engineering productivity and quality that enable service delivery</li>
    <li>Foster an environment that enables teams to do things correctly, quickly, consistently and with less effort and learning.</li>
    These are office based positions in IBM locations including the following. Opportunities in these locations will vary based on demand & will be deleted as filled:</p>
    <p>AZ - Tucson<br />CA - Costa Mesa, Emeryville, Foster City, San Francisco, San Jose<br />CO - Denver<br />CT - Southbury<br />GA - Brookhaven, Sandy Springs<br />KS - Leawood<br />MA - Andover, Cambridge, Littleton<br />MN - Rochester<br />NY - Armonk, NYC, Poughkeepsie, Yorktown Heights<br />NC - Charlotte, Research Triangle Park<br />OH - Columbus<br />PA - Blue Bell, Pittsburgh<br />TX - Austin, Dallas, Houston<br />VA - Herndon<br />VT - Essex Junction<br />WI - Madison</p>
    <p>Required Technical and Professional Expertise <br /><ul>
    <li>Must have basic knowledge in Python, Ruby and/or Go.</li>
    <li>Basic knowledge/experience in Linux fundamentals and scripting</li>
    <li>Knowledge of git and git workflows</li>
    <p>Preferred Technical and Professional Expertise <br /><ul>
    <li>Basic knowledge of Chef, Ansible or other configuration management tool</li>
    <li>One or more internship or co-op experiences</li>
    <p> <br />About Business Unit <br />No matter where you work in IBM, you are making an impact. As an Early Professional with IBM, you will be taking on a key role with one of our industry-leading business units to work on the technology that is solving our most challenging problems and changing the way the world thinks.</p>
    <p> <br />Your Life @ IBM <br />What matters to you when you?re looking for your next career challenge?</p>
    <p>Maybe you want to get involved in work that really changes the world? What about somewhere with incredible and diverse career and development opportunities ? where you can truly discover your passion? Are you looking for a culture of openness, collaboration and trust ? where everyone has a voice? What about all of these? If so, then IBM could be your next career challenge. Join us, not to do something better, but to attempt things you never thought possible.</p>
    <p>Impact. Inclusion. Infinite Experiences. Do your best work ever.</p>
    <p> <br />About IBM <br />IBM?s greatest invention is the IBMer. We believe that progress is made through progressive thinking, progressive leadership, progressive policy and progressive action. IBMers believe that the application of intelligence, reason and science can improve business, society and the human condition. Restlessly reinventing since 1911, we are the largest technology and consulting employer in the world, with more than 380,000 IBMers serving clients in 170 countries.</p>
    <p> <br />Location Statement <br />We consider qualified applicants with criminal histories, consistent with applicable law.</p>
    <p> <br />Being You @ IBM <br />IBM is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status. IBM is also committed to compliance with all fair employment practices regarding citizenship and immigration status.</p>
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    IBM has a career opportunity for a Entry Level DevOps Engineer: 2021 in MULTIPLE CITIES, MULTIPLE
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    Azure devops ansible - Eduard Kabrinskiy

    <h1>Azure devops ansible</h1>
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    <h1>Azure DevOps CICD with Ansible Infra Automation</h1>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://miro.medium.com/fit/c/56/56/1*hm08N9aOp2bjkEur7p52VA.jpeg" /></p>
    <h4>Subramani Sundaram</h4>
    <h4>Aug 24 В· 5 min read</h4>
    <p>Ansible is an open-source tool that automates cloud provisioning, configuration management, and application deployments.</p>
    <p>Using Ansible you can provision virtual machines, containers, network, and complete cloud infrastructures. In addition, Ansible allows you to automate the deployment and configuration of resources in your environment.</p>
    <p>Ansible includes a suite of Ansible modules that can be executed directly on remote hosts or via playbooks.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://miro.medium.com/max/60/0*xKWd98f3dQk7jMXc.png" /></p>
    <p>Users can also create their own modules. Modules can be used to control system resources ? such as services, packages, or files ? or execute system commands.</p>
    <h1>Ansible with Full CICD Workflow :</h1>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://miro.medium.com/freeze/max/60/1*OUvso1VxOXTJ8u30mWWeGA.gif" /></p>
    <p>Things we ar e going to achieve in this lab scenarios are given below :</p>
    <li>Create an WebApp and the VM using Ansible Infra automation</li>
    <li>Provision the Azure DevOps Ansible Team Project with the Azure DevOps Demo Generator tool.</li>
    <li>Configure application and database deployment, using Continuous Deployment (CD) in the Azure DevOps</li>
    <li>Initiate the complete CICD process.</li>
    <h1>Steps to Implement the CI CD process for AKS :</h1>
    <li>Login to Azure Devops Demo Generator using http://azuredevopsdemogenerator.azurewebsites.net/?TemplateId=77372&Name=AKS</li>
    <li>From the choose template option , we need to clone the Ansible and then click on Import.</li>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://miro.medium.com/max/60/1*ivhvrVHbq8xyS8ryZSEM5A.png" /></p>
    <p>3. Once after we import , we will be able to see the Azure Devops project imported like below.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://miro.medium.com/max/60/1*KEeC5fzDtx2HcjuAEKiOig.png" /></p>
    <p>4. When we go to the Repositories , we will be able to see the code that we have imported to create a Website automation using ansible.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://miro.medium.com/max/60/1*tbzJ-VXX2LpAnFi1aimgPw.png" /></p>
    <h1>Steps to make the Azure Environment ready :</h1>
    <li>Login to Azure portal and open the cloud shell to run the commands to create the resources .</li>
    <p>2. Login to the cloud shell , and we need to create certain thing that are shown below such as the service principal and VM?s.</p>
    <p>az ad sp create-for-rbac ? name AnsibleDemo</p>
    <h2>Azure devops ansible</h2>

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    <h4>Azure devops ansible</h4>
    Ansible is an open-source tool that automates cloud provisioning, configuration management, and application deployments. Using Ansible you can provision virtual machines, containers, network, and?
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    Tfs git pull request - Рдуард Кабринский

    <h1>Tfs git pull request</h1>
    Tfs git pull request <a href="http://remmont.com">Latest headlines</a> Tfs git pull request
    <p>We all agree on that doing code review is a good thing. But you need a natural way to conduct code reviews in your team workflow for them to happen. One such is to review all code before it?s pushed to the main branch. In a distributed version control system such as Git you can create a pull request to initiate such a review.</p>
    <p>GitHub has long supported a nice graphical experience working with pull requests, and TFS and Visual Studio Online (VSO) have just recently caught up. With the release of TFS 2015, they are now in my opinion quite similar in functionally all of them.</p>
    <p>What is of importance when reviewing someone else?s changes is, aside from being able to comment on them, to also to know if the build still pass if they are applied. Obviously, there is no use to start the review if the changes can?t be compiled. Nor if they break any automatic tests.</p>
    <p>In this post I will use the same PowerShell repository as in my previous post. I will use VSO, but I could just as well have used TFS 2015. For the moment, they are identical with regards to pull request functionality.</p>
    <h2>Support for Pull Requests in TFS 2015, VSO and GitHub</h2>
    <p>If you have your automatic builds run by a build agent hosted in VSO for a Git repository which is also hosted in VSO, it is no surprise that it works out of the box.</p>
    <p>But what about if you have your repository in GitHub? Triggering VSO builds for pull requests in a GitHub repository is something you can do, but there is no built in functionally for reporting the build results to the pull request. Not yet anyway.</p>
    <p>If you have your code on GitHub, then moving the source code to VSO might be something that you are not prepared to do. If so, you can host your own build server. There exists plugins for both Jenkins and TeamCity for reporting build results to a pull request on GitHub.</p>
    <p>When preparing this post, pushing the GitHub branches of my test repository to VSO was nothing I had any objections against. Pushing all branches to another remote host can be done with the following commands:</p>
    <h2>Tfs git pull request</h2>

    <h3>Tfs git pull request</h3>
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    <h4>Tfs git pull request</h4>
    In this post I describe how to work with-, and set up automatic builds for pull requests in TFS 2015.
    <h5>Tfs git pull request</h5>
    Tfs git pull request <a href="http://remmont.com">Tfs git pull request</a> Tfs git pull request
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    Devops gitlab - Kabrinskiy Eduard

    <h1>Devops gitlab</h1>
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    <h1>Azure DevOps vs GitLab</h1>
    <p><strong>Azure DevOps vs GitLab: What are the differences?</strong></p>
    <p><strong>Azure DevOps:</strong> <em>Services for teams to share code, track work, and ship software</em>. Azure DevOps provides unlimited private Git hosting, cloud build for continuous integration, agile planning, and release management for continuous delivery to the cloud and on-premises. Includes broad IDE support; <strong>GitLab:</strong> <em>Open source self-hosted Git management software</em>. GitLab offers git repository management, code reviews, issue tracking, activity feeds and wikis. Enterprises install GitLab on-premise and connect it with LDAP and Active Directory servers for secure authentication and authorization. A single GitLab server can handle more than 25,000 users but it is also possible to create a high availability setup with multiple active servers.</p>
    <p>Azure DevOps and GitLab are primarily classified as <strong>"Project Management"</strong> and <strong>"Code Collaboration & Version Control"</strong> tools respectively.</p>
    <p>Some of the features offered by Azure DevOps are:</p>
    <li>Agile Tools: kanban boards, backlogs, scrum boards</li>
    <li>Reporting: dashboards, widgets, Power BI</li>
    <li>Git: free private repositories, pull requests</li>
    <p>On the other hand, GitLab provides the following key features:</p>
    <li>Manage git repositories with fine grained access controls that keep your code secure</li>
    <li>Perform code reviews and enhance collaboration with merge requests</li>
    <li>Each project can also have an issue tracker and a wiki</li>
    <p><strong>"Complete and powerful"</strong> is the top reason why over <strong>11</strong> developers like Azure DevOps, while over <strong>451</strong> developers mention <strong>"Self hosted"</strong> as the leading cause for choosing GitLab.</p>
    <p>GitLab is an open source tool with <strong>20.1K</strong> GitHub stars and <strong>5.33K</strong> GitHub forks. Here's a link to GitLab's open source repository on GitHub.</p>
    <h2>Devops gitlab</h2>

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    Azure DevOps - Services for teams to share code, track work, and ship software. GitLab - Open source self-hosted Git management software.
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    Bmc devops - Кабринский Рдуард

    <h1>Bmc devops</h1>
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    <h1>BMC Completes Acquisition of Compuware to Mainstream Mainframe DevOps</h1>
    <h2><em>Customers to benefit from an integrated DevOps toolchain with unparalleled mainframe operations management and agile application development and delivery</em></h2>
    <p><strong>HOUSTON ? June 1, 2020</strong> ? BMC , a global leader in IT solutions for the Autonomous Digital Enterprise, today announced the close of its acquisition of Compuware , a leading provider of mainframe application development, delivery, and performance solutions.</p>
    <p>The strategic combination of the two companies builds on the success of BMC Automated Mainframe Intelligence (AMI) and Compuware?s Topaz suite, ISPW technology, and classic product portfolios to modernize clients? mainframe environments. BMC with Compuware now enables automation and intelligent operations with agile development and delivery ? empowering the next generation of mainframe developers and operations teams to excel when working with mainframe programming languages, applications, data, infrastructure, and security.</p>
    <p>?Adding Compuware?s Topaz software development environment to the BMC portfolio is another step in the direction of targeting the enterprise developer. With Topaz, developers take a modern approach to building, testing, and deploying mainframe applications. This move should allow BMC to spread the word that modern tools matter for the mainframe engineer,? wrote Christopher Condo, Chris Gardner, and Diego Lo Giudice at Forrester Research.</p>
    <p>Fifty percent of respondents in a 2019 Forrester study shared that they plan to grow their use of the mainframe over the next two years? and 93% of respondents in the 2019 BMC Mainframe Survey believe in the long-term and new workload strength of the platform. To support customer needs, the unified portfolio will enable enterprises to:</p>
    <li>Leverage the robust processing power, stability, security, and agile scalability of the mainframe</li>
    <li>Scale Agile and DevOps methods with a fully integrated DevOps toolchain ? allowing for mainframe applications to get to market more quickly and efficiently without compromising quality.</li>
    <li>Combine the self-analyzing, self-healing, and self-optimizing power of the BMC AMI suite of products to increase mainframe availability, efficiency, and security while mitigating risk, along with the Compuware Topaz suite, to fully empower the next generation of developers to build, analyze, test, deploy, and manage mainframe applications</li>
    <li>Create a transcendent customer experience to meet the business demands of the digital age ? jumpstarting their Autonomous Digital Enterprise journey</li>
    <p>"BMC continues to apply automated intelligence to modernize the mainframe, meeting the growing demands created by digital business growth. With market needs disrupting business models more rapidly than ever before, it's the ideal time to bring Compuware to our portfolio and help our customers embrace Agile and DevOps practices for the modern mainframe," said Bill Miller, President of ZSolutions at BMC. "We are thrilled to welcome Compuware and, together, accelerate our customers' journeys to becoming Autonomous Digital Enterprises."</p>
    <p>?Compuware remains committed to mainstreaming the mainframe and empowering our customers to leverage the platform with ease and agility so they can deliver quality digital services that exceed their customers? and their business? expectations,? said Chris O?Malley, CEO of Compuware. ?We stand at the threshold of a broad mainframe revival and customers need a passionate, perserverant and courageous mainframe innovation partner for the next 50 years. We are excited to join forces with BMC to be the best, brightest, and most collaborative partner for our customers and continue to build innovative mainframe solutions that will help them thrive now and in the future. And, the best part? We?re just getting warmed up!?</p>
    <p>Compuware is now a part of the BMC ZSolutions organization that serves the mainframe industry. This is one of the largest acquisitions in BMC?s history and the company?s third acquisition in less than two years.</p>
    <p><strong>Additional Resources</strong>:</p>
    <li>Learn more about BMC mainframe solutions at bmc.com/ami and Compuware solutions at www.compuware.com</li>
    <li>Discover what it takes to be an Autonomous Digital Enterprise at bmc.com/ade</li>
    <li>Read BMC?s customer success stories at bmc.com/customers/success-stories.html and Compuware?s at www.compuware.com/customer-testimonials</li>
    <p><strong>About BMC</strong><br />From core to cloud to edge, BMC delivers the software and services that enable over 10,000 global customers, including 84% of the Forbes Global 100, to thrive in their ongoing evolution to an Autonomous Digital Enterprise.</p>
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    <h1>How to link Azure DevOps with Jira</h1>
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    <p>In this post, we?ll look at the official integration between Azure DevOps and Atlassian?s Jira software.</p>
    <p>Love it or hate it, Jira is among other things one of the most widely used issue tracking tools, and in July 2019 Microsoft rolled out a new Jira app that can be used to sync issues between DevOps and Jira, enabling end to end traceability between both platforms from when an issue is reported to when a deployment is released fixing it.</p>
    <p>There are a number of limitations. At present, the official plugin doesn?t support DevOps repositories. Only GitHub repositories are supported, although Azure Repos support is planned soon. Build information also isn?t available ? the app will only show deployments made in the Jira issue.</p>
    <p>The integration also doesn?t change much from DevOps ? there?s no UI integrating with Jira reporting or issues, and you can?t easily view a summary of Jira cards from pull requests commit messages.</p>
    <p>That said, to get started, you?ll need to:</p>
    <li>Be a Jira administrator, or have the ability to request a Jira app be installed within your organisation?s Jira installation</li>
    <li>Use Jira Cloud ? on-premise installations aren?t supported</li>
    <li>Use GitHub for your source code</li>
    <p>It?s also worth noting that for now this app only supports showing deployment traceability in Jira ? other information such as build numbers or tasks will not show.</p>
    <h2>Getting started</h2>
    <p>First you?ll need to install the Azure Pipelines for Jira application, available for free in the Atlassian marketplace.</p>
    <p>Then, once you?ve installed the app you?ll be prompted to add your DevOps organisation. Click ?Add organisation?, and you?ll be prompted to enter your credentials. It should then list all your organisations in a table view.</p>
    <h2>Enabling support in DevOps</h2>
    <p>Now we need to add the Jira integration to our DevOps release pipeline. Open the DevOps portal, and navigate to your project and release pipeline.</p>
    <p>Click ?Edit? on the release pipeline you?d like to integrate Jira with, and then click ?Options?. Click ?Integrations? and you?ll see the option to ?Report deployment status to Jira?.</p>
    <p>Check the box, and you should see your Jira software cloud account listed from the previous step. If you don?t see it, check your Jira account to make sure you?ve added the organisation successfully in the DevOps app.</p>
    <p>You?ll also see the ability to map your stages to a set list of deployment types. These deployment types are set by Microsoft, and you?ll have to pick from the list and match them as best you can to your stages. At present, there are 5 deployment types:</p>
    <p>These deployment types then show in your Jira cards as commits which contain your story numbers move through your deployment process.</p>
    <h2>Referencing Jira issues</h2>
    <p>The app works by searching your commit history (both commit and pull request messages) for Jira issue keys. If you?re not sure about how to find an issue key see this article on Atlassian?s website.</p>
    <p>To enable the linking, once you?ve followed the above steps simply add the issue number into your commit messages when you write them. We tend to stick to the format ?[ISSUE-KEY] Fixed an issue with something? as the short message title, but the exact format is up to you.</p>
    <p>The app then searches your commit history and will automatically update the issue when you create and deploy a release in your pipelines. It?s that simple.</p>
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    <h1>6 compelling business benefits of DevOps</h1>
    <p>The finding of the ? State of DevOps ? report shows that the ability to develop and deliver software efficiently and accurately is a key differentiator and value driver for all organizations ? for-profit, not-for-profit, educational, and government organizations alike. If an organization wants to deliver value, no matter how they measure it, DevOps is the way to go.</p>
    <p>A nother survey on ?The State of IT Modernization? by IDG revealed that only 26% of the organizations have completed their initial stages of IT modernization, but they too are seeing significant impact on business operations. The benefits that they are reaping include improved quality of service, better customer experience/satisfaction, cost savings, uptime, and creation of new revenue-generating products and services.</p>
    <p>Brett Hofer, in one of his posts ? The Art of DevOps: An Introduction to Landscape ?, approaches the Art of DevOps as a battlefront , and says ? <i>?Ultimately, we?re fighting for the absolute best services and features that we can deliver to our customers as quickly as we possibly can, and to eliminate the ?War Room? scenario we are all so familiar with.?</i> Brett pretty much sums up the most compelling business benefits & value that organizations get to leverage in this pithy sentence.</p>
    <p>Let us understand each of the benefits in detail .</p>
    <p> <b>B</b> <b>usiness b</b> <b>enefits of leveraging DevOps</b> </p>
    <li><b>Faster delivery time</b><b>:</b> The main principles of DevOps ? automation, continuous delivery, and quick feedback cycle ? aim to make a software development process faster and more efficient. Being an evolutionary stretch of the Agile methodology, DevOps utilizes automation to ensure a smooth flow of the SDLC. By promoting a collaborative culture, it offers the scope for quick and continuous feedback so that any glitches are fixed in time and the releases are done faster.</li>
    <li><b>High</b><b>collaboration between teams (Business/Dev/Ops)</b> : Today, more than ever before, development teams need to break down their inter-departmental silos and collaborate and communicate in a dynamic, round ? the ? clock environment. DevOps paves the way to improve business agility by providing the much ? need atmosphere of mutual collaboration, communication, and integration across globally ? distributed teams in an IT organization. The earlier set boundaries based on roles are getting blurred in such an encouraging DevOps environment . All team members, together, are responsible for meeting the quality and timelines of deliverables .</li>
    <li><b>Greater customer experiences</b><b>:</b> With DevOps, organizations can improve their deployment frequency by 200x, recovery times by 24x, and lower change failure rates by 3x. By automating the delivery pipeline, it becomes possible to ensure the reliability and stability of an application after every new release. When the applications perform flawlessly in production, organizations reap the benefit of greater customer satisfaction.</li>
    <li><b>Early</b><b>defect</b><b>detection</b><b>:</b> The collaborative DevOps environment fosters a culture of knowledge sharing across the teams. The automated, continuous monitoring and continuous testing of the code help improve the overall build quality. Teams are empowered to share their feedback with each other so that the defects are detected early as well as resolved early.</li>
    <li><b>Continuous Release and Deployment</b> : Today?s software development practices require teams to continuously deliver quality software, reduce go-to-market timelines, and adapt shorter release cycles. DevOps enables this through automation. Automated CI/CD pipeline allows the Dev and Ops teams to develop and integrate code almost instantaneously. Further, when QA is embedded and automated, it takes care of the quality part of the code. Thus overall, DevOps promotes better efficiency, higher quality, and faster & continuous releases.</li>
    <li><b>Innovative</b><b>mindset</b> : DevOps streamlines processes, propagates efficient releases, and ensures quality builds. This means the deployment phases are more relaxed, the teams are better rested, and there is immense scope for bringing an innovative approach for resolving issues.</li>
    <p>Chris DeGonia , Director of QA at International SOS, said on a recent podcast ? ? DevOps is definitely here to stay. It is something that teams really need to get their hands around if they are not already working in DevOps space. They need to scale up or skill up in order to make it. Because it?s not becoming a slower-paced world, we?re certainly facing a faster-paced world as we move forward.? And, for this faster-paced world of the future, organizations cannot expect to stay within their silos, follow the same legacy processes, and then achieve excellence. They need to get up and disrupt themselves ? in a good way, with DevOps. Certainly, there is a lot of groundwork required for those starting with DevOps impleme ntation from the scratch. They need to manage the cultural change, establish key metrics, implement automation , and most importantly, integrate Quality Assurance within the SDLC to run parallel to the development.</p>
    <p>While testing is often ignored when it comes to DevOps ? it may actually prove to be a major blow to your dream of achieving true success. At Cigniti , we help you realize the gains that DevOps can bring with a proper automated testing framework in place. Integrating automated testing with your DevOps is the best thing to do if you want to save on time and money, while increasing quality and time to market. Schedule a discussion with our experts and understand how we can help you realize the benefits of DevOps with our QA and test automation capabilities.</p>
    <p>Cigniti is a Global Leader in Independent Quality Engineering & Software Testing Services with offices in US, UK, India, Australia, and Canada.</p>
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    <h1> Jenkins at DevOps World 2020 </h1>
    <p>The annual DevOps World, formerly known as DevOps World | Jenkins World is next week - Sept 22-24, with workshops on Sept 25. Just like other events this year, DevOps World pivoted to a virtual event but that doesnРІ??t mean there is a shortage of sessions or networking opportunities. There will be over 50 Jenkins/open source sessions and opportunities to virtually connect with over 20,000+ attendees on the event platform. Below are just a few sessions, the full agenda can be found HERE:</p>
    <h2>Jenkins: Where It Is and Where It is Going</h2>
    <p>Date: Tuesday, September 22, 7:00 a.m.-7:30 a.m (PDT)</p>
    <p>Jenkins keeps evolving to address demands from its users and contributors: configuration as code, better support of cloud-native technologies, etc. Recently, we have introduced a public roadmap for the project, and there are many key initiatives in development and preview phases. This session will cover the current state of Jenkins and whatРІ??s next for the project.</p>
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    <p>Date: Tuesday, September 22, 11:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m. (PDT)</p>
    <p>Are you currently helping build or maintain a Jenkins pipeline for more than one application or team? Are you tired of copying and pasting Jenkinsfiles and tweaking them to fit each team?s specific needs? This session will feature a live demonstration of getting up and running with the Jenkins Templating Engine (JTE). Attendees will learn how to stop creating bespoke pipelines on a per-application basis and, instead, create tool-agnostic pipeline templates that multiple teams can inherit - regardless of tech stack.</p>
    <h2>eBayРІ??s Journey Building CI at Scale</h2>
    <p>Date: Tuesday, September 22, 12:30 p.m.-1:00 p.m.(PDT)</p>
    <p>Speakers: Ravi Kiran Rao Bukka & Vasumathy Seenuvasan</p>
    <p>A scalable CI platform with 6,000+ Jenkins instances serving around 43,000 builds per day on multi-cluster Kubernetes. A system built with metrics, key resource tuning, remediation?s and security in place. Join this session to hear from eBay on their journey of best practices and learnings about open source.</p>
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    <p>Date: Wednesday, September 23, 11:00 a.m.-11:15 a.m.(PDT)</p>
    <p>Speaker: Loghi Perinpanayagam</p>
    <p>Machine Learning has evolved rapidly in the software industry for recent years. Jenkins CI/CD can be a good practice to deliver a high reliable product in the end. We have done an initial startup on this plugin that can be used to build Jupyter Notebooks, Python files and JSON files in Zeppelin format. In addition, the build wrappers could be used to convert Jupyter Notebooks to Python/JSON and/or copy the files to the workspace for more actions. This Machine Learning plugin will endeavor to satisfy the data science community together with the help of other plugins. Success of this plugin will definitely serve much benefits to the community and Jenkins.</p>
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    <p>An overview of the Jenkins UI overhaul. We are taking an iterative approach to gradually refresh the Jenkins UI. This approach will make Jenkins look fresh and modern, without changing the way users are accustomed to working with Jenkins or require plugins to be rewritten to render properly in the new Jenkins UI. Join this session to learn the changes we?ve made and how you can help to improve the Jenkins UI.</p>
    <p>The event is free to everyone and recordings will be available on-demand. Registration is required to access the on-demand recordings. And don?t forget to visit the CDF booth in the expo hall for one on one Q&A?s with Jenkins experts.</p>
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    <h1>Resolve Merge Conflicts in Azure DevOps</h1>
    <p>Working with Git can be quite challenging. Especially when you receive merge conflicts. In this case I had branches Development and Master in the remotes/origin repository. If you want to make code changes to these branches, you will have to create a feature branch (in dev.azure.com, from the development branch) first. Via Pull Requests the feature branch is merged into the Development branch and next to the Master branch. On merging Development and Master I received merge conflicts.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img style="float: left; margin: 0 10px 5px 0;" src="https://i1.wp.com/twocents.nl/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/MergeConflict.png" /><ul>
    <li>In Azure DevOps, create a remote hotfix branch from Master.</li>
    <li>Select the local Development branch from the taskbar of Visual Studio. In Team Explorer, go to the Synchronization tab and click fetch/pull to get the latest version.</li>
    <li>In Team Explorer, go to the Branches tab. The hotfix branch will be available under remote/origin. If the remote hotfix branch is not available, go to the Synchronization tab again and choose Sync.</li>
    <li>Create a local hotfix branch in Visual Studio by right-clicking the remote hotfix branch. Choose ?New Local Branch From?. The local hotfix branch will automatically be opened in Visual Studio.</li>
    <li>In Visual Studio, merge the local Development branch into the local hotfix branch. You can perform this action from the Branches tab in Team Explorer. Make sure you are in the local hotfix branch.</li>
    <li>Resolve the merge conflicts. You can accept the changes from the Development branch (source) as these branch contains the latest changes.</li>
    <li>Commit changes to the local hotfix branch and Sync the branch to the remote repository.</li>
    <li>In DevOps merge the hotfix branch into the Master branch. The hotfix branch is automatically removed on Auto Complete. If not, remove the hotfix branch. Now we are ready to merge Development into Master again without merge conflicts.</li>
    <li>In DevOps, merge the Development branch into Master (via a pull request).</li>
    <p>Instead of resolving merge conflicts over and over again, it?s obviously better to resolve the root cause of the problem. In this case the Development branch was created first. The Master branch was only needed at a later stage, more specifically, for the release to Accept and Production. So the Master branch was created from the Development branch and not the other way around. That causes merge conflicts.</p>
    <p>The correct approach is to create a Master branch first and then a Development branch per project (for instance: development/project1, development/project2). For the Development branch we can create feature branches to support multiple developers working on the same project. When ready, the feature branches are merged back into the active Development branch. The Development branch is eventually merged into the Master branch again (when we move to Accept testing). Once, we are ready to go live and find a bug after that, we can create a hotfix branch. The hotfix branch is merged back into the Master branch. The Master branch is merged into the active Development branch.</p>
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    <h1>Azure Advent Calendar: Azure Devops Pipelines</h1>
    <p>This blog post is part of Azure Advent Calendar do check out some of the other videos and blog posts. The YouTube channel can be found here</p>
    <p>Azure Pipelines are one of my favourite features of Azure DevOps, so it was the ideal topic for my first video. I am not going to duplicate the content from the video here so go and watch it if you haven?t already, but if you have question about anything I said do add a comment below.</p>
    <p>The Github and Azure DevOps accounts mentioned are both public so feel free to browse around the content if it helps you understand the concepts.</p>
    <p>I deploy to three free Azure Web Apps and I will keep them running for the time being. Usually I would use standard edition web apps and make use of slots, however the principle of deploying to a slot and a website is the same, you just need to tick the deploy to slot option.</p>
    <p>To deploy to the Virtual Machine there is a bit more magic involved that is not mentioned in the video.</p>
    <p>The following powershell needs to be run as an administrator, this connects you VM to Azure DevOps and can be found in the Deployment Groups section of pipelines under register.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://thepracticaldev.s3.amazonaws.com/i/sfy6uw9d09ptyuzej70l.JPG" /></p>
    <p>$ErrorActionPreference="Stop";If(-NOT ([Security.Principal.WindowsPrincipal][Security.Principal.WindowsIdentity]::GetCurrent() ).IsInRole( [Security.Principal.WindowsBuiltInRole] ?Administrator?))< throw "Run command in an administrator PowerShell prompt">;If($PSVersionTable.PSVersion -lt (New-Object System.Version("3.0")))< throw "The minimum version of Windows PowerShell that is required by the script (3.0) does not match the currently running version of Windows PowerShell." >;If(-NOT (Test-Path $env:SystemDrive\'azagent'))<mkdir $env:SystemDrive\'azagent'>; cd $env:SystemDrive\'azagent'; for($i=1; $i -lt 100; $i++)<$destFolder="A"+$i.ToString();if(-NOT (Test-Path ($destFolder)))<mkdir $destFolder;cd $destFolder;break;>>; $agentZip="$PWD\agent.zip";$DefaultProxy=[System.Net.WebRequest]::DefaultWebProxy;[email protected]();$securityProtocol+=[Net.ServicePointManager]::SecurityProtocol;$securityProtocol+=[Net.SecurityProtocolType]::Tls12;[Net.ServicePointManager]::SecurityProtocol=$securityProtocol;$WebClient=New-Object Net.WebClient; $Uri='https://vstsagentpackage.azureedge....s-agent-win-x64-2.160.1.zip';if($DefaultProxy -and (-not $DefaultProxy.IsBypassed($Uri)))<$WebClient.Proxy= New-Object Net.WebProxy($DefaultProxy.GetProxy($Uri).OriginalString, $True);>; $WebClient.DownloadFile($Uri, $agentZip);Add-Type -AssemblyName System.IO.Compression.FileSystem;[System.IO.Compression.ZipFile]::ExtractToDirectory( $agentZip, "$PWD");.\config.cmd --deploymentgroup --deploymentgroupname "VM" --agent $env:COMPUTERNAME --runasservice --work '_work' --url 'https://dev.azure.com/azureadventcalendar/' --projectname 'AzureAdventCalendar'; Remove-Item $agentZip;</p>
    <p>That is all you need to do to your VM, you don?t even need to install IIS, the deployment steps do that for you. I did need to manually install the .net Core IIS module because my code requires it.</p>
    <p>The application I use in the video is based off the Blazor template that is part of Visual Studio 2019. Create a new Blazor applicaton and you should get a very similar application with a table of temperatures, and a counter. I tweaked this slightly to make it more Christmas themed. The snow is an old javascript file that i added to the page. If anyone knows how to do that in pure c# blazor I would love to know.</p>
    <p>If you enjoyed this video let me know as I am considering recording some more in 2020 so watch this space!</p>
    <h2>Azure devops calendar</h2>

    <h3>Azure devops calendar</h3>
    Azure devops calendar <a href="http://remmont.com">News highlights</a> Azure devops calendar
    <h4>Azure devops calendar</h4>
    Simon Foster is an experienced developer working in the North of England.
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    <h1>Azure visual studio team services</h1>
    Azure visual studio team services <a href="http://remmont.com">Newspaper headlines today</a> Azure visual studio team services
    <h1>Azure visual studio team services</h1>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://www.onmsft.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/DmvcxcaUcAA-MQK.jpg-large.jpeg" /></p>
    <p>Visual Studio Team Services, Microsoft?s cloud service for collaborating on code development is becoming Azure DevOps today. VSTS won?t lose any functionality with the name change, but it will actually get a design refresh as well as a new set of five Azure DevOps services for customers.</p>
    <p>?The services we are announcing today span the breadth of the development lifecycle to help developers ship software faster and with higher quality,? explained Jamie Cool Director of Program Management, Azure DevOps. Among the five new independent services coming with Azure Devops is Azure Pipelines, a CI/CD solution that works with any language, platform, and cloud. It?s already available in the GitHub marketplace for developers looking use it with their public or private GitHub repositories.</p>
    <p>The other four new Azure DevOps services, which can be used independently or as as a full DevOps solution include:</p>
    <li>Azure Boards for work management.</li>
    <li>Azure Artifacts for Maven, npm, and NuGet package feeds.</li>
    <li>Azure Repos for unlimited cloud-hosted private Git repos.</li>
    <li>Azure Test Plans for planned and exploratory testing.</li>
    <p>As we learned back in June, this evolution of VSTS will also introduce a new user experience inspired by Fluent Design. The new look will be on by default for new customers, but the team will continue to listen to feedback before shipping to existing VSTS users.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://www.onmsft.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/accountsglow.png" /></p>
    <p>For customers of the on-premises Team Foundation Server (TFS), Microsoft said today that this product is becoming Azure DevOps Server and will continue to get updates based on new featured introduced in Azure DevOps. If you want to learn more about all the new services, make sure to watch the live Azure DevOps keynote tomorrow, September 11, 2018 at 8AM PST, as well as the Mixer training workshop on Monday, September 17, 2018 at 8:30 AM PST.</p>
    <h2>Azure visual studio team services</h2>

    <h3>Azure visual studio team services</h3>
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    <h4>Azure visual studio team services</h4>
    Azure visual studio team services Visual Studio Team Services, Microsoft?s cloud service for collaborating on code development is becoming Azure DevOps today. VSTS won?t lose any
    <h5>Azure visual studio team services</h5>
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    <h1>Dilbert devops</h1>
    Dilbert devops <a href="http://remmont.com">Headline news</a> Dilbert devops
    <h1>#AI ? #Lobe, desktop tool to train custom machine learning models for Computer Vision @lobe_ai</h1>

    <p>There are 2 ways to describe Lobe. You may want to use their official description</p>
    <blockquote><p>Lobe helps you train machine learning models with a free, easy to use tool.</blockquote></p>
    <p>Or you may want to use the tool. Let?s review the 2nd one with a NNNN step tutorial.</p>
    <h2>Data Source Images</h2>
    <p>For this tutorial I?ll use a set of 24 drawings for fish, human and flowers. I have 8 drawings for each category in different folders.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"> <img src="https://brunocapuano.files.wordpress.com/2020/10/lobe-01-data-soure-with-sample-images.png" /></p>
    <h2>Import and label Images</h2>
    <p>Ok, you probably have already installed the app, so let?s create a new project. I?ll name this project drawings.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"> <img src="https://brunocapuano.files.wordpress.com/2020/10/lobe-02-new-project-name-drawings.png" /></p>
    <p>The import button, will display a set of options. For this demo, I?ll go to DataSet, where I need to have all my images in a structured set of folders.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"> <img src="https://brunocapuano.files.wordpress.com/2020/10/lobe-03-import-from-dataset.png" /></p>
    <p>The import option also describes how to organize the images in folder.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"> <img src="https://brunocapuano.files.wordpress.com/2020/10/lobe-04-folder-structure-for-images.png" /></p>
    <p>Once we import the images, we will have the option to automatically label our images based on the folder name</p>
    <p style="clear: both"> <img src="https://brunocapuano.files.wordpress.com/2020/10/lobe-05-manual-or-automatic-image-label.png" /></p>
    <p>This is the most user friendly step, we don?t need to train the model. I mean, once we have our images, Lobe will automatically start the training process in the background.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"> <img src="https://brunocapuano.files.wordpress.com/2020/10/lobe-06-automatic-training.png" /></p>
    <p>Depending the size of your training dateset, this may take some time. Once the model is trained, we can also see some output around the correct and incorrect predictions.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"> <img src="https://brunocapuano.files.wordpress.com/2020/10/lobe-07-training-finished.png" /></p>
    <h2>Test with new images</h2>
    <p>This is also cool. Once the model is trained we can test is in the Play section. In example, I?ve uploaded a custom fish model, and it?s predicted as a fish. I can confirm or assign the correct label in the Play area.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"> <img src="https://brunocapuano.files.wordpress.com/2020/10/lobe-08-test-the-generated-model.png" /></p>
    <p>I?ve uploaded a couple more test images, and the background training process created a perfect model . (I know, I know ?)</p>
    <p style="clear: both"> <img src="https://brunocapuano.files.wordpress.com/2020/10/lobe-09-100-acurracy.png" /></p>
    <h2>Export generated model</h2>
    <p>And another great feature is the Export option.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"> <img src="https://brunocapuano.files.wordpress.com/2020/10/lobe-10-export-options.png" /></p>
    <p>There are several options:</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><ul>
    <li>TensorFlow Lite</li>
    <li>Local API</li>
    <img style="float: left; margin: 0 10px 5px 0;" src="https://brunocapuano.files.wordpress.com/2020/10/lobe-11-export-options.png" /></p>
    <p>I haven?t used options 2 and 3, however option 1 is good enough to play around. It will include the TensorFlow frozen model, some supporting files, and a sample to use this in Python !</p>
    <p style="clear: both"> <img src="https://brunocapuano.files.wordpress.com/2020/10/lobe-12-exported-tf-model.png" /></p>
    <p>Super easy to start and learn without coding !</p>
    <h2>Dilbert devops</h2>

    <h3>Dilbert devops</h3>
    Dilbert devops <a href="http://remmont.com">American news headlines</a> Dilbert devops
    <h4>Dilbert devops</h4>
    Hi ! There are 2 ways to describe Lobe. You may want to use their official description Lobe helps you train machine learning models with a free, easy to use tool.Lobe AI Homepage Or you may want to use the tool. Let's review the 2nd one with a NNNN step tutorial. Data Source Images For&hellip;
    <h5>Dilbert devops</h5>
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    <h1>Git devops</h1>
    Git devops <a href="http://remmont.com">Newspaper headlines today</a> Git devops
    <h1>Scott Hanselman</h1>
    <h2>Adding a git commit hash and Azure DevOps Build Number and Build ID to an ASP.NET website</h2>
    <p style="clear: both"><img style="float: left; margin: 0 10px 5px 0;" src="https://hanselmanblogcontent.azuree...mage_4ad31585-2276-45c6-9355-9e0a0f7b81c9.png" />A few months back I moved my CI/CD (Continuous Integration/Continuous Development) to Azure DevOps for free. You get 1800 build minutes a month FREE and I'm not even close to using it with three occasionally-updated sites building on it. Earlier this week I wrote about making a cleaner and more intentional azure-pipelines.yml for an ASP.NET Core Web App</p>
    <p>I was working/pairing with Damian today because <strong>I wanted to get my git commit hashes and build ids embedded into the actual website so I could see exactly what commit is in production</strong>.</p>
    <p>That's live on hanselminutes.com righ tnow and looks like this</p>
    <p>There's a few things here and it's all in my ASP.NET Web App's main layout page called _layout.cshtml. You can look all about ASP.NET Core 101, .NET and C# over at https://dot.net/videos if you'd like. They've lovely videos.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"> <img src="https://hanselmanblogcontent.azuree...mage_6785bcf2-3283-4f14-9e7b-80f169698c1b.png" /></p>
    <p>So let's take this footer apart, shall we?</p>
    <p>First, the obvious floating copyright year. Then a few credits that are hard coded.</p>
    <p>Next, a call to @System.Runtime.InteropServices.RuntimeInformation.FrameworkDescription which gives me this string "<strong>.NET Core 3.1.2</strong>" Note that there was a time for a while where that Property was somewhat goofy, but no longer.</p>
    <p>I have two kinds of things I want to store along with my build artifact and output.</p>
    <li>I want the the Git commit hash of the code that was deployed. <ul>
    <li>Then I want to link it back to my source control. Note that my site is a private repo so you'll get a 404</li>
    <li>I want the Build Number and the Build ID <ul>
    <li>This way I can link back to my Azure DevOps site</li>
    <h3>Adding a Git Commit Hash to your .NET assembly</h3>
    <p>There's lots of Assembly-level attributes you can add to your .NET assembly. One lovely one is AssemblyInformationalVersion and if you pass in SourceRevisionId on the dotnet build command line, it shows up in there automatically. Here's an example:</p>
    <p>From this command line:</p>
    <p>But where does that hash come from? Well, Azure Dev Ops includes it in an environment variable so you can make a YAML task like this:</p>
    <p>Sweet. That will put in VERSION+HASH, so we'll pull that out of a utility class Damian made like this (full class will be shown later)</p>
    <p>Displaying it is then trivial given the helper class we'll see in a minute. Note that hardcoded paths for my private repo. No need to make things complex.</p>
    <h3>Getting and Displaying Azure DevOps Build Number and Build ID</h3>
    <p>This one is a little more complex. We could theoretically tunnel this info into an assembly as well but it's just as easy, if not easier to put it into a text file and make sure it's part of the ContentRootPath (meaning it's just in the root of the website's folder).</p>
    <p><strong>To be clear, an option:</strong> There are ways to put this info in an Attribute but not without messing around with your csproj using some not-well-documented stuff. I like a clean csproj so I like this. Ideally there'd be another thing like SourceRevisionID to carry this metadata.</p>
    <p>You'd need to do something like this, and then pull it out with reflection. Meh.</p>
    <p>Those $(BuildNumber) and $(BuildId) dealies are build variables. Again, this csproj messing around is not for me.</p>
    <p>Instead, a simple text file, coming along for the ride.</p>
    <p>I'm cheating a little as I gave it the .json extension, only because JSON files are copying and brought along as "Content." If it didn't have an extension I would need to copy it manually, again, with my csproj:</p>
    <p>So, to be clear, two build variables inside a little text file. Then make a little helper class from Damian. Again, that file is in ContentRootPath and was zipped up and deployed with our web app.</p>
    <p>How do we access this class? Simple! It's a Singleton added in one line in Startup.cs's ConfigureServices():</p>
    <p>Then injected in one line in our _layout.cshtml!</p>
    <p>Then I can use it and it's easy. I could put an environment tag around it to make it only show up in staging:</p>
    <p>I could also wrap it all in a cache tag like this. Worst case for a few days/weeks at the start of a new year the Year is off.</p>
    <p>Thoughts on this technique?</p>
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    <h4>About Scott</h4>
    <p>Scott Hanselman is a former professor, former Chief Architect in finance, now speaker, consultant, father, diabetic, and Microsoft employee. He is a failed stand-up comic, a cornrower, and a book author.</p>
    <h2>Git devops</h2>

    <h3>Git devops</h3>
    Git devops <a href="http://remmont.com">Breaking news english</a> Git devops
    <h4>Git devops</h4>
    A few months back I moved my CI/CD (Continuous Integration/Continuous ...
    <h5>Git devops</h5>
    Git devops <a href="http://remmont.com">Git devops</a> Git devops
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    Azure devops burndown - Eduard Kabrinskiy

    <h1>Azure devops burndown</h1>
    Azure devops burndown <a href="http://remmont.com">Online news</a> Azure devops burndown
    <h1>Azure devops burndown</h1>
    <p>UnOfficial Guide - All about AzureDevOps</p>
    <h2>Analytics Views not showing in Azure DevOps </h2>
    <p>As of Sep 2020, Analytics Views is an experimental feature that will be available only when you switch it ?On? for the organization. To switch on the Analytics Views for an Azure DevOps Organization.</p>
    <h2>View your workitem activity in Azure DevOps </h2>
    <p>To view your workitem activity, follow the below steps Step 1: Go to Projects and then click on Workitems from the left Step 2: Once you click on Workitems, you will see the below.</p>
    <h2>View the workitems that have mentioned you in Azure DevOps </h2>
    <p>To view the workitems mentioned your name in Azure DevOps, follow the below steps Step 1: Go to Projects and then click on Workitems from the left Step 2: Once you click on Workitems.</p>
    <h2>View the workitems assigned to yourself in Azure DevOps </h2>
    <p>To view the workitems assigned to you in Azure DevOps, follow the below steps Step 1: Go to Projects and then click on Workitems from the left Step 2: Once you click on Workitems.</p>
    <h2>View the workitems followed by you in Azure DevOps </h2>
    <p>To view the workitems followed by you in Azure DevOps, follow the below steps Step 1: Go to Projects and then click on Workitems from the left Step 2: Once you click on Workitems.</p>
    <h2>View the Recently created workitems in Azure DevOps </h2>
    <p>To view the recently created workitems follow the below steps Step 1: Go to Projects and then click on Workitems from the left Step 2: Once you click on Workitems, you will see the.</p>
    <h2>View the Recently completed workitems in Azure DevOps </h2>
    <p>To view the recently completed workitems follow the below steps Step 1: Go to Projects and then click on Workitems from the left Step 2: Once you click on Workitems, you will see the.</p>
    <h2>How to view the recently updated workitems in Azure DevOps </h2>
    <p>To view the recently updated workitems follow the below steps Step 1: Go to Projects and then click on Workitems from the left Step 2: Once you click on Workitems, you will see the.</p>
    <h2>Creating Tasks automatically in Azure DevOps using Flow </h2>
    <p>Most of the times, Project Managers and Leads follow behind the team members to enter the tasks for User Stories or Product Backlog items. A truly agile team will follow it but same can?t.</p>
    <h2>Using Flow to create Multiple tasks for a User Story in Azure DevOps </h2>
    <p>We might have seen about how to create a Task automatically in Azure DevOps for a UserStory using Flow. Now let us see about how to create multiple tasks for the same story and.</p>
    <h2>Azure devops burndown</h2>

    <h3>Azure devops burndown</h3>
    Azure devops burndown <a href="http://remmont.com">News highlights today</a> Azure devops burndown
    <h4>Azure devops burndown</h4>
    Azure devops burndown UnOfficial Guide - All about AzureDevOps Analytics Views not showing in Azure DevOps As of Sep 2020, Analytics Views is an experimental feature that will be available
    <h5>Azure devops burndown</h5>
    Azure devops burndown <a href="http://remmont.com">Azure devops burndown</a> Azure devops burndown
    SOURCE: <h6>Azure devops burndown</h6> <a href="https://dev-ops.engineer/">Azure devops burndown</a> Azure devops burndown
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    Azure pipelines variables - Кабринский Рдуард

    <h1>Azure pipelines variables</h1>
    Azure pipelines variables <a href="http://remmont.com">Latest news</a> Azure pipelines variables
    <h2>#Cloud #Devops #Automation #SRE</h2>
    <h1>Share variables across definitions in Azure Pipelines by using variable groups</h1>
    <p>It is easy to create variables in the Azure Pipelines and they make the pipelines more generic in nature. Therefore, we can customize the release steps as per the context of the stage used. Same goes for the build definitions. Now sometimes, it may happen that the variables are common across multiple build and release definitions. In such a case, instead of defining them again and again, we can use a variable group. A variable group allows us to store values that we want to make available across multiple build and release pipelines. It also prevent duplication of values, making it easier to update all occurrences as one operation. <br /></p>
    <h3>Define a Variable Group</h3>
    <p>Variable groups are defined and managed in the Library tab of the Pipelines hub. So let?s click library tab and then click ?+Variable group?:</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://metavrse.files.wordpress.com/2018/11/open-library-tab-to-create-new-variable-group.jpg" /></p>
    <p>We now need to provide a name and description for the group. After this we can enter the name and value for each variable we want to include in the group, choosing + Add for each one. If we need to encrypt and securely store the value, choose the ?lock? icon at the end of the row. Once done, click Save:</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://metavrse.files.wordpress.com/2018/11/define-variable-group-and-associate-variables.jpg" /></p>
    <h3>Link secrets from an Azure key vault inside Variable Group</h3>
    <p>We can not only define variable directly in the variable group, we can also define secrets associated with the Azure Key Vault inside variable group. Doing this also allows to keep variables more secure, since they are not stored inside VSTS but fetched at run time from Azure Key Vault.</p>
    <p>To do this, we just have to enable toggle for ?Link secrets from an Azure key vault as variables? while defining group and then provide the details about Azure Key Vault and associated Azure Subscription.</p>
    <p>Like earlier, any changes made to existing secrets in the key vault, such as a change in the value of a secret, will be made available automatically to all the definitions.</p>
    <p>Do note that when new secrets are added to the vault, or a secret is deleted from the vault, the associated variable groups are not updated automatically. In this case, the secrets included in the variable group must be explicitly updated in order for the definitions.</p>
    <h3>Use a Variable Group</h3>
    <p>We can access the value of the variables in a linked variable group in exactly the same way as variables you define within the pipeline itself. For example, to access the value of a variable named customer in a variable group linked to the pipeline, use $(var01) in a task parameter or a script. However, secret variables (encrypted variables and key vault variables) cannot be accessed directly in scripts ? instead they must be passed as arguments to a task.</p>
    <p>To illustrate further, let?s consider the previous snap posted above. We defined two variables, namely var01 and var02 out of which latter is a secret and therefore masked. Let?s create a release definition named variablegroupsdemo01 and we first need to link to variable group by clicking on the ?Link variable group?:</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://metavrse.files.wordpress.co...bles-from-group-by-linking-variable-group.jpg" /></p>
    <p>While linking, we can select the variable group and the scope of the variable group for the given pipeline:</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://metavrse.files.wordpress.co...es-from-group-by-linking-variable-group-2.jpg" /></p>
    <p>Or we can also use YAML like below:</p>
    <p>variables: <br />? group: myVarsGroup</p>
    <p>Once linking is done, let?s add a PowerShell task and define couple of lines as below:</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://metavrse.files.wordpress.com/2018/11/define-powershell-task-to-fetch-variables.jpg" /></p>
    <p>If we run our definition, we should see something like below in the logs:</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://metavrse.files.wordpress.com/2018/11/logs-from-running-release-pipeline.jpg" /></p>
    <p>This confirms that variables defined in the Variable Group can be fetched and used in the same way as normal variables.</p>
    <h3>Override a variable from Variable Group</h3>
    <p>If for some reason, we need to override a variable already defined in the variable group, we need to create a variable with the same name within the build or release pipeline. A variable in the pipeline overrides a variable with the same name in the variable group.</p>
    <h2>Azure pipelines variables</h2>

    <h3>Azure pipelines variables</h3>
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    <h4>Azure pipelines variables</h4>
    It is easy to create variables in the Azure Pipelines and they make the pipelines more generic in nature. Therefore, we can customize the release steps as per the context of the stage used. Same goes for the build definitions. Now sometimes, it may happen that the variables are common across multiple build and release&hellip;
    <h5>Azure pipelines variables</h5>
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    <h1>Devops funny</h1>
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    <h1>Free: Join our Devops whatsApp/Telegram group(s)</h1>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://www.linuxnix.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/DevOps-Gear.png" /></p>
    <p>Hello to all from Linux Juggernaut team. We are excited to introduce our multiple WhatsApp groups related to IT infrastructure today. Please join in one or more groups <strong>which are appropriate for you</strong>. The system administration field had moved towards the devops field a couple of years back. Devops field is the one which is changing quickly with the advent of Cloud technologies and large open source deployments across IT. One person can not cope up with so much new stuff happening in Devops field. The intention of these groups are for information consumption such as</p>
    <li>Sharing knowledge and issues you face.</li>
    <li>Learning from experts.</li>
    <li>Discussions to enhance your expertise.</li>
    <li>Collaborative learning by knowing what others are doing.</li>
    <p>Hope this helps newcomers into Devops field.</p>
    <h3>Why we created WhatsApp instead of other social media groups?</h3>
    <p><strong>We moved to Telegram because of two reasons.</strong> </p>
    <li>Whatsapp is limited to 256 people for the group which is prompting us to create new groups for the same purpose.</li>
    <li>We are seeing so much spam which can not be controlled with some bots or something with free whatsapp.</li>
    <p>We do have Facebook groups/pages for this stuff, but the intention is for quick knowledge sharing so that everyone in the group will get updates.</p>
    <h3>Don?t does before joining these groups</h3>
    <li><strong>No personal messages.</strong></li>
    <li><strong>No bashing with each other.</strong></li>
    <li><strong>No Greetings like Hi, Good morning, Goodnight.</strong></li>
    <li><strong>No funny/forwarded messages which are not related to that group.</strong></li>
    <li><strong>No Religion related messages.</strong></li>
    <li><strong>Dont post same requirement in different groups, use your intelegence.</strong></li>
    <li><strong>No other group link invites</strong></li>
    <li>No Commercial requests in any groups, other than in Devops training groups.</li>
    <p>We take above things seriously and will ban without giving warning.</p>
    <h3>Does in the group</h3>
    <li>Ask any question, please don?t think it is too silly to ask a basic question.</li>
    <li>Share your knowledge.</li>
    <li>Help others with your knowledge.</li>
    <li>Share links which are appropriate for that group.</li>
    <h2>Linux/Unix WhatsApp/Telegram groups</h2>
    <h2>Configuration management tools WhatsApp groups</h2>
    <p>Note: Please register which is appropriate for you as we can not accommodate more than 256 people in each group.</p>
    <h2>Devops funny</h2>

    <h3>Devops funny</h3>
    Devops funny <a href="http://remmont.com">News headlines</a> Devops funny
    <h4>Devops funny</h4>
    Free: Join our Devops whatsApp/Telegram group(s) Hello to all from Linux Juggernaut team. We are excited to introduce our multiple WhatsApp groups related to IT infrastructure today. Please
    <h5>Devops funny</h5>
    Devops funny <a href="http://remmont.com">Devops funny</a> Devops funny
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    <h1>Azure nuget</h1>
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    <h1>Unable to find package providers (NuGet)</h1>
    <p>In this azure tutorial, we will discuss how to fix the error, <strong>Unable to find package providers (NuGet),</strong> and <strong>No match was found for the specified search criteria and provider name ?NuGet?. Try ?Get-PackageProvider -ListAvailable? to see if the provider exists on the system</strong> which comes while trying to install the <strong>PowerShell Nuget</strong> and <strong>Azure PowerShell module</strong> using <strong>PowerShell ISE</strong>.</p>
    <iframe src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/q0qqnDvhE4Q?feature=oembed"></iframe>
    <p>Table of Contents</p>
    <h2>Unable to find package providers (NuGet)</h2>
    <p>Recently, while I was trying to install <strong>PowerShell Nuget</strong>, I got this error ?<strong>Unable to find package providers (NuGet)</strong>?. I was executing the PowerShell script to install <strong>PowerShell Nuget</strong> and I got this error</p>
    <p>When I was trying to install the <strong>?Nuget? package</strong> using the below PowerShell cmdlet, I got the above error</p>
    <p>I was executing the below line of code to <strong>install Nuget PowerShell</strong>.</p>
    <p>I got the below error ?<strong>Unable to find package providers (NuGet)</strong>?, see below <strong>Powershell not able to access ?NuGet? package</strong></p>
    <p>Why are we exactly getting this error <strong>Unable to install NuGet provider for PowerShell</strong> and what is the <strong>solution</strong> for <strong>Unable to find package providers (NuGet)</strong>?</p>
    <h2>Find the PowerShell version</h2>
    <p>You should always use the updated version of PowerShell. You need to run the below PwerShell cmdlet to check the PowerShell version on your system.</p>
    <h2>Check the Transport Layer Security protocols</h2>
    <p>Let?s check the Transport layer security protocols on the system</p>
    <p>Once, you will run the above PowerShell cmdlet, you can see the version of Transport layer security protocols available on your system. If the versions are old and deprecated one then you need to enable at least <strong>TLS 1.2</strong> or above.</p>
    <h2>Unable to find package providers (NuGet) [Solved]</h2>
    <p>To <strong>fix</strong> ,<strong>Unable to install NuGet provider for PowerShell</strong>, we need to follow the below steps to fix <strong>Unable to install NuGet provider for PowerShell</strong></p>
    <p><strong>Step- 1:</strong></p>
    <p>Open <strong>PowerShell</strong> as run as <strong>Administrator</strong> </p>
    <p><strong>Step- 2:</strong></p>
    <p>Run the below command to <strong>enable TLS 1.2</strong></p>
    <p><strong>Step- 3:</strong></p>
    <p>Run the below command</p>
    <p>See the output here</p>
    <p>This is how we can fix the error <strong>Unable to find package providers (NuGet)</strong> or <strong>Unable to find package provider ?NuGet?</strong> and this is <strong>How do I install the Nuget Provider for PowerShell</strong>.</p>
    <h2>No match was found for the specified search criteria and provider name ?NuGet?. Try ?Get-PackageProvider -ListAvailable? to see if the provider exists on the system.</h2>
    <p>Recently, while I was trying to install the Azure Powershell module I got this error. I was executing the below line of code and I got the above error</p>
    <p>Ohh, again I am getting the same error</p>
    <p>Now to <strong>fix</strong> this we need to follow the below steps</p>
    <p>To fix this error, First, we need to install the <strong>?Nuget? package</strong> by following the above steps.</p>
    <p><strong>Step- 2</strong>:</p>
    <p>Then run the below command which will <strong>De-register</strong> and <strong>register</strong> the <strong>repository</strong> again.</p>
    <p><strong>Step- 3:</strong></p>
    <p>Now run the below line of code to install the Azure PowerShell module. Now you will not get any error this time. This will install the Azure PowerShell module successfully.</p>
    <p><strong>Step- 4:</strong></p>
    <p>Now you can see below it started installing the Azure PowerShell module.</p>
    <p>You may like following Azure tutorials:</p>
    <p>In this article, we learned to fix the error ?<strong>Unable to find package providers (NuGet)</strong>?. The solution to this issue is configuring <strong>TLS1.2</strong> on the system. After that, you can install NuGet for PowerShell without any issue. I hope this Azure tutorial, helps you to fix the error <strong>Unable to find package providers (NuGet)</strong>. The same solution will also fix the below errors</p>
    <li>unable to find package provider ?NuGet? PowerShell</li>
    <li>get-packageprovider : unable to find package provider ?NuGet?</li>
    <li>install PowerShell NuGet provider</li>
    <li>PowerShell install NuGet provider</li>
    <li>Powershell not able to access packages / ?NuGet? package provider</li>
    <p>We also discussed the solution for the issue <strong>No match was found for the specified search criteria and provider name ?NuGet?. Try ?Get-PackageProvider -ListAvailable? to see if the provider exists on the system</strong> which I got while trying to install the Azure PowerShell module.</p>
    <h2>Azure nuget</h2>

    <h3>Azure nuget</h3>
    Azure nuget <a href="http://remmont.com">Latest news headlines for today</a> Azure nuget
    <h4>Azure nuget</h4>
    No match was found for the specified search criteria and provider name 'NuGet'. Try 'Get-PackageProvider -ListAvailable' to see if the provider exists on the system, Unable to find package providers (NuGet)
    <h5>Azure nuget</h5>
    Azure nuget <a href="http://remmont.com">Azure nuget</a> Azure nuget
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    Delete azure devops organization - Kabrinskiy Eduard

    <h1>Delete azure devops organization</h1>
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    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://retracement.files.wordpress.com/2020/04/tenbulls_stone_section_21.jpg" /></p>
    <h1>Cannot delete old build definitions in Azure DevOps</h1>
    <p style="clear: both">I have been experiencing a problem for quite a while now in my current environment, in that some of our old builds cannot be deleted. When you attempt to do so it results in the following error: <br /><img style="float: left; margin: 0 10px 5px 0;" src="https://retracement.files.wordpress.com/2020/03/cannotdel.png" /> <br /><em>One or more builds associated with the requested pipeline(s) are retained by a release. The pipeline(s) and builds will not be deleted.</em></p>
    <p>Many of our pipelines have undergone a lot of change over time to the degree it is not even obvious anymore why (or indeed where) these builds are being prevented from being dropped. The only thing that is clear is that until they can be, the old build definitions will remain.</p>
    <p style="clear: both">I have tried to set the <em>Stop retaining the build</em> setting for all builds associated with a build definition to no avail. The setting just does not seem to want to take in most cases. <br /><img style="float: left; margin: 0 10px 5px 0;" src="https://retracement.files.wordpress.com/2020/03/stopretaining.png" /> <br />I have also tried playing around with build retention policies and even tried tidying up the release pipelines (and releases) themselves. Unfortunately for me, those darn build pipelines do not want to delete.</p>
    <p>Today I decided to put some of my recent Powershell and Azure DevOps REST API experiences (see previous posts in this blog) to the test and attempt to get to the bottom of the problem. As it turns out there is a build property called <em>retainedByRelease</em> that is exposed through the REST API which is the reason why a build cannot be removed -resulting in our irritating error.</p>
    <p>Using the same technique that I wrote about in Querying Azure DevOps REST API with PowerShell I first decided to try an report on this property. Please refer back to the post above for more explanation on utilizing the REST API, but I realized I would need to make two REST API calls. The first would be to query one or more build definitions and the second would be to query all builds for each build definition. More specifically, with this last call I would report on the <em>retainedByRelease</em> property.</p>
    <h3>Querying the build definition builds</h3>
    <p>In the first piece of code we create our authorization token.</p>
    <p>Next we set our organization and project variables.</p>
    <p>Our first REST API call queries all build definitions within the project.</p>
    <p>For brevity I provide only a subset of the results:</p>
    <p>As you can see, from the three active build definitions listed, each one has at least one build that is marked for retention by release.</p>
    <h3>Setting the build retainedByRelease property</h3>
    <p>Now we have a procedure in place to query the retainedByRelease property, it is just as easy to set it. If you are trying to remove a specific Build Definition (or builds), you can implement a filter in the builddefinitions iterator. So:</p>
    <p>Would now become:</p>
    <p>In the above example we are filtering on a single build definition, but feel free to use the filter of your choosing.</p>
    <p>The final thing we need to do is make a REST API call to update each build returned by this filtered build definition. We can so this as follows by adding the following line inside our build iterator:</p>
    <p>You will note the use of <em>-Method Patch</em> within this call rather than <em>-Method Get</em> and the JSON body. The patch method allows us to partially update resources (in this case one field) with the JSON body provided.</p>
    <h3>Putting it all together</h3>
    <p>So if we wanted to update the builds of one specific Build Definition called <em>ARM Templates Build</em> we would run the following code:</p>
    <p>Now that all your builds for the <em>ARM Templates Build</em> Build Definition are deleted, you should be able to remove this build definition without further error (you do not need to first remove its builds).</p>
    <p>There are certain issues that you might experience in Azure DevOps which seem almost impossible to resolve through the GUI, but yet again the Azure DevOps API can come to our rescue. In this specific example we have easily queried aspects of DevOps through PowerShell, and this time even changed information through it to resolve our problem.</p>
    <p>I hope you find this post useful for this rather frustrating problem!</p>
    <h2>Delete azure devops organization</h2>

    <h3>Delete azure devops organization</h3>
    Delete azure devops organization <a href="http://remmont.com">National news stories</a> Delete azure devops organization
    <h4>Delete azure devops organization</h4>
    I have been experiencing a problem for quite a while now in my current environment, in that some of our old builds cannot be deleted. When you attempt to do so it results in the following error: One or more builds associated with the requested pipeline(s) are retained by a release. The pipeline(s) and builds&hellip;
    <h5>Delete azure devops organization</h5>
    Delete azure devops organization <a href="http://remmont.com">Delete azure devops organization</a> Delete azure devops organization
    SOURCE: <h6>Delete azure devops organization</h6> <a href="https://dev-ops.engineer/">Delete azure devops organization</a> Delete azure devops organization
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