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    Azure devops deploy to local server - Eduard Kabrinskiy

    <h1>Azure devops deploy to local server</h1>
    Azure devops deploy to local server <a href="http://remmont.com">What's the news</a> Azure devops deploy to local server
    <h1>Deploying to On-Prem Server with using Azure DevOps ? Pipelines</h1>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://miro.medium.com/fit/c/96/96/2*BK-NhUUXzbtdzm_Y1wVtdQ.jpeg" /></p>
    <p>For a long time, I am thinking to share my development experiences ??. After all this desire and the pandemic time (COVID-19 #StayHome), I decided to share my Azure DevOps on-prem deployment experience. ??</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://miro.medium.com/max/60/0*YGAoOgx47_1S-Kh6.jpeg" /></p>
    <p>In this article, we will use Azure Pipelines while creating our automated deployment.</p>
    <p>Basically, Azure DevOps teams define Azure Pipelines as ? Build, test, and deploy with CI/CD that works with</em> any language</em></strong> ,</em> platform</em></strong> ,</em> and cloud</em></strong> .</em>?</p>
    <p>Here, I will explain how to create build</strong> and release</strong> pipeline at Azure DevOps and deploy your code to the on-premises server</p>
    <h1>Table of Content</h1>
    <li>Creating .NET Core Build Pipeline</li>
    <li>Set Up Deployment Group</li>
    <li>Creating the Release Pipeline</li>
    <li>Run and Deploy ??</li>
    <p>Basic .NET and IIS deployment knowledge.</p>
    <p>PS. I am going to deploy the app which is based on .NET Core 3.1 SDK</p>
    <p>Creating .NET Core Build Pipeline</strong></p>
    <p>Here is our blank.netcore. It?s the project that we are going to build then deploy! It?s totally empty app. I just clicked create a project then select mvc so then next next next ??? The repository hosted on GitHub.</p>
    <p>Let?s dive into the build action ??</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://miro.medium.com/max/48/1*j6RkU6coKnrvjY6NG7Scuw.png" /></p>
    <p>Currently, we do not have any pipeline so let?s create one!</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://miro.medium.com/max/60/1*j6OVEJiKqXrTqLqhAeW4Bg.png" /></p>
    <p>after we clicked the create pipelines. Need to select the source repository. In our example, blank.netcore is on GitHub so select the GitHub then select the blank.netcore repository.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://miro.medium.com/max/60/1*nSgceNq0gG7YW3HoatIiIw.png" /></p>
    <p>Let?s write our YAML on the Configure part. I select ASP.NET Core template.</p>
    <p>After some modification, you can see the entire yml above.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://miro.medium.com/max/60/1*bKmY41hcZmBJRUMSvF3Pxw.png" /></p>
    <p>We zipped the published project and move it to the drop. ( will download zipped project while releasing</em>)</p>
    <p>Our build progress is completed ??</p>
    <p>Set Up Deployment Group</strong></p>
    <p>We need to set up our deployment group for connecting our on-prem server. It runs behind the firewall. So after you set up the deployment group, don?t need to touch any firewall or configuration settings at all.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://miro.medium.com/max/60/1*90fqjqnr6RdMEs12Muo2Ew.png" /></p>
    <p>Let?s click to add a deployment group button!????</p>
    <p>We specify the name and description then create and magic is happening. Azure DevOps gives us the code that we need to run our server. You can do it for Windows or Linux Server as well</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://miro.medium.com/max/60/1*OTJfprXGWxkaqhRYc9gboA.png" /></p>
    <p>If you select to authentication checkbox, it adds the authentication for us. We don?t have to do anything.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://miro.medium.com/max/60/1*5RP2bi8wGOjjxEd_6XGiKQ.png" /></p>
    <p>Just pasted the copied script to PowerShell. You can specify agent name, tags vs then our set up is ready!</p>
    <p>Creating the Release Pipeline</strong></p>
    <p>Time for creating a release.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://miro.medium.com/max/60/1*9iIbjtoX8faQ4kHn2x9uRw.png" /></p>
    <p>Click the new pipeline button</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://miro.medium.com/max/60/1*zdjN8dPkJIQw-FGrFEFkRg.png" /></p>
    <p>Azure DevOps ask us a template. I am going to continue with the IIS website deployment template. Before the deployment stage, we need to add our build artifact.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://miro.medium.com/max/60/1*Ur2T2CPgyNsBY0TgI81dUA.png" /></p>
    <p>I configured my task as above. I added the website to IIS 1234 port so that I added these bindings to the deployment process.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://miro.medium.com/max/60/1*7MSYo0LXGDi1A7x-W6bXWA.png" /></p>
    <p>In the IIS Deployment part, we set the deployment group which we created in.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://miro.medium.com/max/60/1*6UoWe0OG_HVrbSH4fXmRNw.png" /></p>
    <p>Don?t forget to configure the website name. That website name must be the same as your IIS website name.</p>
    <h2>Azure devops deploy to local server</h2>

    <h3>Azure devops deploy to local server</h3>
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    <h4>Azure devops deploy to local server</h4>
    For a long time, I am thinking to share my development experiences ??. After all this desire and the pandemic time (COVID-19 #StayHome), I decided to share my Azure DevOps on-prem deployment?
    <h5>Azure devops deploy to local server</h5>
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    Vsts agents - Кабринский Рдуард

    <h1>Vsts agents</h1>
    Vsts agents <a href="http://remmont.com">Recent news headlines</a> Vsts agents
    <h1>How to create a custom VSTS agent on Azure ACI with Terraform</h1>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://cloudblogs.microsoft.com/uploads/prod/sites/37/2018/05/Elena.jpg" /></p>
    <p>Open source tools, like Terraform and Ansible, can be leveraged to implement ?infrastructure as code,? making it easier to continuously build and deploy cloud infrastructure across your applications. <br />Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) provides automated pipelines to build, test, and deploy your code to any platform. It uses agents to perform build and release tasks. Creating private agents has the advantage of being able to install the specific software needed for the builds. <br />To use HashiCorp and Ansible tools for Azure build and release tasks, we will configure a private VSTS agent with a prepared image hosted on DockerHub). This image is based on the Microsoft standard VSTS agent image and extends it with installed Terraform, Packer and Ansible tools. <br />To make your solution more lightweight and to minimize costs for running the agent, we?ll show you how to provision a custom VSTS agent on Azure Container Instance (ACI) ? a service that became generally available this month. ACI provides an easy way to run containers on Azure.</p>
    <h4>VSTS Agent Pool</h4>
    <p>First, create an Agent Pool in your VSTS account named ?ACI-Pool? ? it will be used by agent registration. To learn more about deploying agents and getting PAT token configuration, refer to our ?Deploy an agent on Linux? documentation.</p>
    <h4>VSTS Docker Image with Infrastructure Tools</h4>
    <p>For the pipeline in this post, we built and published at DockerHub an image based on the Microsoft VSTS agent with all the tools (Packer, Terraform, Ansible) pre-installed. For details on the installed tools and Dockerfile refer to: https://hub.docker.com/r/lenisha/vsts-agent-infrastructure/</p>
    <h4>ACI Provisioning</h4>
    <p>We will use Terraform available in Azure CloudShell to setup the ACI container group and run the container based on this image. (It could be done from any command line with AZ CLI installed, and az login is performed.)</p>
    <li>Open CloudShell and clone the GitRepo containing Terraform template for ACI running custom agent <br />git clone https://github.com/lenisha/vsts-agent-infrastructure.git</li>
    <li>Run terraform init, plan, and apply to create the infrastructure with the following code:</li>
    <p style="clear: both">Upon completion verify that the agent is up and running. <br />Azure Container Instances would look like this: <br /><img style="float: left; margin: 0 10px 5px 0;" src="https://cloudblogs.microsoft.com/uploads/prod/sites/37/2018/05/Post-1_image-1_ACI-agent-1024x240.png" /></p>
    <h4>VSTS Agent Pool reflects the new Agent:</h4>
    <p style="clear: both">The agent will now be ?online,? as pictured below. <br /> <img style="float: left; margin: 0 10px 5px 0;" src="https://cloudblogs.microsoft.com/up...8/05/Post-1_image-2_agent-online-1024x408.png" /> <br />This configuration is a perquisite for a 2-part tutorial that demonstrates how to continuously build and deploy Azure infrastructure for applications running on Azure. You can start with Part 1 here.</p>
    <h2>Vsts agents</h2>

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    <h4>Vsts agents</h4>
    To make your solution more lightweight and to minimize costs for running the agent, we?ll show you how to provision a custom VSTS agent on Azure Container Instance (ACI) -- a service that became generally available this month.
    <h5>Vsts agents</h5>
    Vsts agents <a href="http://remmont.com">Vsts agents</a> Vsts agents
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    <h1>Microsoft azure devops server</h1>
    Microsoft azure devops server <a href="http://remmont.com">News page</a> Microsoft azure devops server
    <h1>Azure DevOps Server</h1>
    <p>Share code, track work, and ship software using integrated software delivery tools, hosted on-premises</p>
    <h2>Use all the Azure DevOps services or just the ones you need to complement your existing workflows</h2>

    <h3>Azure Boards</h3>
    <p>Deliver value to your users faster using proven agile tools that enable planning, tracking, and discussing work across your teams.</p>

    <h3>Azure Pipelines</h3>
    <p>Build, test, and deploy with CI/CD that works with any language, platform, or cloud?including GitHub or any other Git provider.</p>

    <h3>Azure Repos</h3>
    <p>Get unlimited, cloud-hosted private Git repos and collaborate to build better code with pull requests and advanced file management.</p>

    <h3>Azure Test Plans</h3>
    <p>Test and ship with confidence using manual and exploratory testing tools.</p>

    <h3>Azure Artifacts</h3>
    <p>Create, host, and share packages with your team, and add artifacts to your CI/CD pipelines with a single click.</p>
    <h3>Extensions Marketplace</h3>
    <p>Access extensions from Slack to SonarCloud and 1,000 other apps and services?built by the community.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://azurecomcdn.azureedge.net/c...mages/page/services/devops/server/what-is.png" /></p>
    <h2>What is Azure DevOps Server?</h2>
    <p>Collaborative software development tools for the entire team</p>
    <p>Previously known as Team Foundation Server (TFS), Azure DevOps Server is a set of collaborative software development tools, hosted on-premises. Azure DevOps Server integrates with your existing IDE or editor, enabling your cross-functional team to work effectively on projects of all sizes.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://azurecomcdn.azureedge.net/c...s/page/services/devops/server/integration.png" /></p>
    <p>Open and extensible</p>
    <p>Integrate your custom tool or third-party service with Azure DevOps Server using open standards like REST APIs and OAuth 2.0. Integrate your favorite tools and services from our marketplace of extensions.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://azurecomcdn.azureedge.net/c...mages/page/services/devops/server/express.png" /></p>
    <h4>Azure DevOps Server Express</h4>
    <p>Free version for individuals and small teams</p>
    <p>Use Azure DevOps Server Express as individual developers or teams of five or fewer, at no cost. Easily install on your personal desktop or laptop without needing a dedicated server. Upgrade to Azure DevOps Server when your team has grown beyond five team members and take your full history with you.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://azurecomcdn.azureedge.net/c.../images/shared/customers/morgan-lewis-alt.png" /></p>
    <blockquote><p>We were previously using three different CI services to build Atom releases for Windows, macOS, and Linux. Moving to Azure DevOps enabled us to produce release builds for those platforms and automate our nightly release process, all in a single CI job.</blockquote></p>
    <p>Anthony Terra, Manager of Software Architecture and Development</p> </blockquote>
    <h2>Microsoft azure devops server</h2>

    <h3>Microsoft azure devops server</h3>
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    <h4>Microsoft azure devops server</h4>
    Share code, track work, and ship software using integrated developer tools, hosted on-premises with Azure DevOps Server
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    Jenkins tfs integration - Рдуард Кабринский

    <h1>Jenkins tfs integration</h1>
    Jenkins tfs integration <a href="http://remmont.com">Current news today</a> Jenkins tfs integration
    <h1>Team Foundation Server Integration Tools (March 2012 Release)</h1>
    <p><strong>THIS SOLUTION HAS BEEN DEPRECATED</strong> - Please refer to Migration options for other supported migration options. If you?re looking for TFS to VSTS migrations, you can investigate the new TFS Database Import Service for Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS).</p>
    <p>TFS Integration Tools were designed to work with Team Foundation Server 2012 and earlier. Use of these integration tools with TFS 2013 and 2015 may cause errors. TFS Integration Tools will not be supported past May 31, 2016.</p>
    <p>The TFS Integration Tools is a project developed by the Team Foundation Server (TFS) product group and the Visual Studio ALM Rangers to integrate Team Foundation Server with third party systems for migration and synchronization of data. These tools are commonly used during migration to TFS, as well as for copying source control and work item data between servers.</p>
    <p>Although the tools can be used for many purposes, planning, thorough testing and honest evaluation of extra resources and cost that will be required should precede any decision to use the Integration Tools. The Integration Tools are not intended to replace a server upgrade as a path to TFS 2010 or TFS 11 and this scenario should be avoided if possible.</p>
    <p>This release (March 2012) is an update to the March 2011 release that adds support for TFS 11 as well as fixes several important bugs that were reported by customers. It includes the ability to synchronize with the hosted Team Foundation Service at http://tfspreview.com. If you are using a prior release, you should upgrade to this release by uninstalling your current tool and installing this version in its place.</p>
    <p>Migrations are a very involved process and users can expect conflicts. Users must have an intimate knowledge of their source code in order to resolve these conflicts.</p>
    <p><strong>Upgrade vs. Migration</strong> </p>
    <p>One common area of confusion is around the definition of "migration", especially as to how it compares with the term "upgrade". Below is an explanation of how these concepts differ (also see the aforementioned Migration Guidance Document).</p>
    <p><strong>Migration</strong> - For this project, and for TFS in general, we use the term "migration" to refer to moving data between two different servers. Migration is done through the APIs of TFS, and is a <strong>lossy data transfer</strong> (see the limitations listed below).</p>
    <p><strong>Upgrade</strong> - We define "upgrade" as the fully supported, in-the-box process of changing to the next version of TFS (e.g. upgrading from TFS 2005 to TFS 2008). Upgrades are done in-place, at the database level, and are <strong>full fidelity, meaning there is no data loss</strong>.</p>
    <li>Out of the box adapter to <strong>Team Foundation Server 11</strong></li>
    <li>Out of the box adapter to <strong>Team Foundation Server 2010</strong></li>
    <li>Out of the box adapter to <strong>Team Foundation Server 2008</strong></li>
    <li>Out of the box adapter to <strong>Rational ClearCase</strong></li>
    <li>Out of the box adapter to <strong>Rational ClearQuest</strong></li>
    <li>Out of the box adapter for File system based version control migrations</li>
    <li>Updated documentation, guidance and case studies (readiness package)</li>
    <li>Updated User Interface to configure and run integrations</li>
    <li>Synchronization monitoring tools and reports</li>
    <p><strong>Limitations</strong> </p>
    <p>As mentioned above, there are items that are not migrated when using the tool and this should to be taken into consideration when deciding on whether to do a migration or upgrade.</p>
    <p><strong>What IS NOT migrated by the Toolkit</strong> </p>
    <li>Check-in notes</li>
    <li>Pending Changes</li>
    <li>File encodings</li>
    <li>Test Cases</li>
    <li>Check-in policies</li>
    <li>Team Portal / SharePoint</li>
    <li>Process Templates</li>
    <li>Work item queries</li>
    <li>Warehouse data</li>
    <h2>Jenkins tfs integration</h2>

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    <h4>Jenkins tfs integration</h4>
    Extension for Visual Studio - The TFS Integration Tools is a project developed by the Team Foundation Server (TFS) product group and the Visual Studio ALM Rangers to integrate Team Foundation Server with third party systems for migration and synchronization of data.
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    Servicenow devops - Kabrinskiy Eduard

    <h1>Servicenow devops</h1>
    Servicenow devops <a href="http://remmont.com">Latest news headlines</a> Servicenow devops
    <h1>Servicenow devops</h1>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://blogs.servicenow.com/2020/n...evops-integrations-speed-up-delivery-hero.png" /></p>
    <p> <br />As the world collectively evaluates the return to work and shift to remote operations, digitally transformed enterprises are coming out faring better in this transition. This shift is aided by the work developers are putting in to create applications that better their organizations, and they need to continually adopt modern DevOps best practices to increase application delivery velocity and quality in order to stay nimble.</p>
    <p>ServiceNow recently engaged developers by inquiring how we could make their experience developing on the Now Platform? even better. Their response? They requested more integrations so that they can work within their preferred DevOps tools. That?s why, as part of our ongoing commitment to further improve the ServiceNow developer experience for the broader developer ecosystem, I?m excited to announce four new external DevOps integrations with market-leading Continuous Improvement/Continuous Delivery (CI/CD) toolsets. These four new integrations help IT developers accelerate CI/CD pipeline configuration when building applications on the Now Platform, allowing them to set up pipelines in their favorite developer tools.</p>
    <p><b>The four new CI/CD integrations include:</b> </p>
    <p>Azure Pipelines extension on Visual Studio Marketplace</p>
    <p>Jenkins Plugin on the Jenkins Plugins Index</p>
    <p>GitHub Actions on the GitHub Marketplace</p>
    <p>The source control innovations started with our New York release and CI/CD capabilities via APIs from our Orlando release. These out-of-the-box integrations provide templates for ServiceNow CI/CD pipeline automation and respective CI/CD tooling. As a result, developers using our CI/CD APIs no longer need to build custom API wrappers from scratch. These integrations between third-party CI/CD toolsets and the Now Platform are offered and supported directly by ServiceNow. <br /></p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://blogs.servicenow.com/2020/n...ops-integrations-speed-up-delivery-quote.jpeg" /></p>
    <p> <br />With these new integrations, we are giving developers a choice to either manage CI/CD within or outside of the Now Platform. If developers are using our platform natively for CI/CD, the CI/CD Spoke is available for developers to build automated pipelines in Flow Designer for testing and deploying Now Platform applications.</p>
    <p>The four new integrations encourage adoption of DevOps practices when developing on ServiceNow, using scoped and global applications by reducing the time and effort to set up CI/CD pipelines. And they meet the requirements of mature DevOps practitioners who want development on ServiceNow to look and work just like development on anything else at their company.</p>
    <p>Three of the four integrations are available today. Our GitHub actions will be available in November on the GitHub Marketplace. Learn more about how to develop apps at scale with CI/CD toolsets on the Now Platform.</p>
    <p> <br />В© 2020 ServiceNow, Inc. All rights reserved. ServiceNow, the ServiceNow logo, Now, and other ServiceNow marks are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of ServiceNow, Inc. in the United States and/or other countries. Other company names, product names, and logos may be trademarks of the respective companies with which they are associated.</p>
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    <h4>Servicenow devops</h4>
    As the world shifts to remote work, developers are continually adopting modern DevOps best practices to increase application delivery velocity and quality in order to stay nimble.
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    <h1>Git artifact variable in vsts</h1>
    Git artifact variable in vsts <a href="http://remmont.com">Top news headlines</a> Git artifact variable in vsts
    <h1>Into ALM with TFS/VSTS</h1>
    <h2>Retain VSTS Build Indefinitely ? Fetch Build ID from RM artifact variable</h2>
    <p>While showing a Visual Studio Release Management demo in a Practical DevOps training, I stressed how important it was that the build artifact, which was used during a release, was not destroyed by the built-in retention policy. By default, the output of a build run is only stored for 10 days. So, in case you really want to keep the build and build artifacts, you must take care of this yourself.</p>
    <p>For that purpose I created a powershell script which calls the VSTS REST API to accomplish this.</p>
    <p>The powershell script is called from a release management task at the beginning of the release process.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://intovsts.files.wordpress.com/2016/06/keepbuildartifact_thumb.png" /></p>
    <p>The powershell script calls the VSTS Build v2 REST API and uses Basic Authentication (passed in the headers) with a Personal Access Token password.</p>
    <p>At the moment I worked on this activity (probably still in private preview of VSRM ? September 2015) it was not possible yet to fetch the exact <em>Build ID</em> through the build artifact which is linked in the release definition. That?s why I was dropping a simple text file with the <em>Build ID</em> in the build process which was also stored in the build artifact. That file was then used in the release management process to parse the <em>Build ID</em>.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://intovsts.files.wordpress.com/2016/06/buildid_thumb.png" /></p>
    <p>Apparently, this <em>workaround</em> is not necessary anymore and you can now immediately fetch the <em>Build Id</em> from the build artifact via a pre-defined release management artifact variable <em>RELEASE_ARTIFACTS_[source-alias]_[variable-name]</em>. Read more about the available RM artifact variables.</p>
    <p>Next task on my todo list => create a VSTS extension to provide a dedicated build/release task.</p>
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    <h2>Migrating TFVC (TFS on-premises) to Git (VSTS)</h2>
    <p>In the last couple of months I do get more requests to move TFVC version control history to a git repository in Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS). The migration from TFVC to TFVC is at the moment possible via the TFS Integration Tools and is not that straightforward to accomplish. Migrating to a git repository is much simpler and is certainly the way to go if you were already planning to adopt git in the future. The migration can be done via Git-TF which is a set of cross-platform command-line tools that facilitate sharing of changes between Team Foundation Server, Visual Studio Team Services and Git.</p>
    <p>What do you need to get started?</p>
    <li>Download git via https://git-scm.com/downloads</li>
    <li>Download and extract Git-Tf to your computer</li>
    <li>Add the extracted git-tf path to the system environment variable ?path?</li>
    <li>Create a new ?git? Team Project in VSTS</li>
    <li>Open a command-line prompt and navigate to a directory where you want to host the local git repository</li>
    <li>Call <strong>git-tf clone</strong> to push all TFS changeset info from TFVC to a new local git repo. The first argument is the Team Project Collection url. You pass the TF version control path to the exact branch in the second argument and you end the command with the ?deep? flag to ensure that the full history of the branch is moved into separate commits in the git repo. Pass your credentials to connect to TFS and execute the command.</li>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://intovsts.files.wordpress.com/2016/06/git-tf-clone1_thumb.png" /> </p>
    <li>Once you have a local git repository it?s easy to push it towards an empty central VSTS git repository. First use the <strong>git remote add</strong> command to link your local git repo to the remote ?origin? and afterwards you can push all changes via <strong>git push</strong>.</li>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://intovsts.files.wordpress.com/2016/06/git-tf-clone2_thumb.png" /> </p>
    <p>Navigate to the Code Hub in your VSTS Team Project and you should see all code history inside the git repo. What?s a big plus is that the original changeset date/time stamps are now part of the git commit info.</p>
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    <h1>12 examples of a DevOps mindset</h1>
    <p>When people asked what is the most important part of Microsoft?s success ? is it vision, strategy, or execution? ? Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella <strong><em>said they?re all important, but in the end, it was their purpose and growth mindset.</em></strong></p>
    <p>In the last post we mentioned why every organization should adopt DevOps as a sofware delivery lifecycle and why some DevOps initiatives fail. Here we are going to explore what are the challenges from a <strong><em>people</em> </strong>perspective to be successful adopting DevOps.</p>
    <p>The DevOps goal is support four key pillars derived from People/Process/Product:</p>
    <li>Lean Product,</li>
    <li>and Technology.</li>
    <p><em><strong>Culture</strong> </em>is an essential foundation to DevOps because it requires a growth and continuous learning mindset to succeed. Leadership support is one of the critical elements to its success.</p>
    <p>Here are 12 examples of a <strong>DevOps mindset</strong> to considerer:</p>
    <li><strong><em>Leadership mindset:</em></strong> Because DevOps is transformative, leaders must identify candidates who are visionary, adaptive, motivating, empowering, and accountable.</li>
    <li><strong><em>Customer-focused mindset:</em></strong> It?s means listen to and communicate with our customers, measure what is important, embrace the red in Production, use feature toggling for graceful deployment, collect data broadly but carefully, and build, measure, and learn.</li>
    <li><strong><em>Lean-thinking mindset:</em></strong> begins with a detailed understanding of what <em>value</em> the customer assigns to product and services; understanding <em>flow</em> is essential to eliminate waste. Lean practitioners strive to achieve <em>perfection</em>.</li>
    <li><strong><em>System-thinking mindset</em></strong><em><strong>:</strong></em> begins when requirements are identified by the business or IT and emphasizes the performance of the entire system, not the performance of a specific silo of work or department.</li>
    <li><strong><em>Removing waste mindset:</em></strong> focuses on identifying and removing the seven deadly wastes that aren?t of value to the customer: Partially Done Work, Extra Process, Extra Features, Task Switching, Waiting, Motion and Defects.</li>
    <li><strong><em>Thinking theory of constraints:</em></strong> It?s a methodology for identifying and removing constraints (also referred to as bottlenecks) that limit throughput.</li>
    <li><strong><em>Balancing alignment and autonomy mindsets:</em></strong> It?s necessary to achieve a balance between alignment and autonomy. Too much alignment leads to less innovation, less motivation, and less collaboration. Too much autonomy leads to more chaos, confusion, and conflict, while also leading to less consistency.</li>
    <li><strong><em>Shift-left testing mindset:</em></strong> is an approach used to speed software testing and facilitate development by moving the testing process to an earlier point in the development cycle. It helps build quality and identify issues earlier to reduce the waste of rework.</li>
    <li><strong><em>Security mindset:</em></strong> Teams need to promote awareness, define their security principles, live by their principles.</li>
    <li><strong><em>Hypothesis-driven development mindset:</em></strong> This approach help create small experiments to get feedback from our customers and data-driven decisions. Starts from an assumption ? something accepted as true without proof, articulates the assumption to be tested, performs experimentation and testing, and examines evidence ? an indicator of the outcome.</li>
    <li><strong><em>Live-site mindset:</em></strong> For a DevOps team, there?s no place like production, that?s reason to create a stable, high-performance site, applying Continuous Operations best practices in a disciplined and ongoing manner to keep the site healthy.</li>
    <li><strong><em>Measure outcome:</em></strong> the way you measure people will lead how people behave. You should measure usage, velocity and live site health, not lines of code, team burndown, and number of bugs found.</li>
    <p>Cloud adoption has radically transformed the way teams build, deploy, and use applications. This combined with the adoption of DevOps has now given teams a greater opportunity to improve practices and provide a higher quality service to their customers.</p>
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    <h1>Connect azure devops to azure</h1>
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    <h1>Azure DevOps</h1>
    <p>GitKraken allows you to connect to Azure DevOps (formerly VSTS), which will help you find repos on Azure DevOps when cloning.</p>
    <li>Create repositories on Azure DevOps account including .gitignore and license</li>
    <li>Automatically generate an SSH key pair and copy it to Azure DevOps</li>
    <li>Clone from Azure DevOps repo list</li>
    <li>Identify Azure DevOps repos with remote avatars on graph</li>
    <li>Add remotes for Azure DevOps repos</li>
    <li>Create and view Pull Requests</li>
    <h2>Azure DevOps Authentication</h2>
    <p>To authenticate with Azure DevOps, navigate to the upper right corner to access Preferences</i> Integrations</em>.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://support.gitkraken.com/img/documentation/integrations/github/preferences.png" /></p>
    <p>Or alternatively if you are in the New Tab view, click on Preferences under <strong>Customize</strong>.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://support.gitkraken.com/img/documentation/integrations/customize.png" /></p>
    <p>From the Authentication window, enter your <em>Host Domain</em> then click the Generate a token on Azure DevOps</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://support.gitkraken.com/img/documentation/integrations/vsts/authentication.png" /></p>
    <p>This opens a web browser where you next log in with your Azure DevOps credentials and generate an access token.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://support.gitkraken.com/img/documentation/integrations/vsts/accesstoken.png" /></p>
    <p>Copy your token to the clipboard as this is the only time you will see this token. Paste the token into GitKraken and click on Connect .</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://support.gitkraken.com/img/documentation/integrations/vsts/authentication-connect.png" /></p>
    <h3>Generating an SSH Key for Azure DevOps</h3>
    <p>GitKraken uses your local SSH Config from <em>SSH Defaults</em> to fetch and push unless you set up a Azure DevOps-specific SSH key, or enable your local SSH Agent.</p>
    <p>Once your Azure DevOps account has been connected to GitKraken, you may easily generate an SSH key and add it to your Azure DevOps account from <i>Preferences</i> Integrations</i> .</p>
    <p>Click the magic Generate SSH key and copy to clipboard button and add the key to your Azure DevOps account.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://support.gitkraken.com/img/documentation/integrations/vsts/vsts-ssh.png" /></p>
    <h2>OAuth integration with Azure DevOps</h2>
    <p>GitKraken's integration with Azure DevOps provides handy information about your repositories.</p>
    <p>First, you may search through your existing repositories when cloning:</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://support.gitkraken.com/img/documentation/integrations/vsts/clone.png" /></p>
    <p>Next, GitKraken presents a list of forks of the current repository when adding remotes:</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://support.gitkraken.com/img/documentation/integrations/vsts/remote.png" /></p>
    <p>Of course, you still have the option of manually entering repo URLs.</p>
    <h2>Training resources</h2>
    <p>Share these resources with your team to explain why collaborating with GitKraken is easier, and to get everyone up and running with Azure DevOps and GitKraken quickly.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://support.gitkraken.com/img/video-thumbs/azure-gitkraken.png" /></p>
    <p>How to use Azure DevOps with GitKraken Video</p>
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    <h4>Connect azure devops to azure</h4>
    Here you'll find answers to FAQs, documentation and tutorials. Please contact the friendly GitKraken Customer Success team if you still need help!
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    <h1>How to integrate ServiceNow and Azure DevOps in 10 mins</h1>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://www.plat4mation.com/wp-cont...e-DevOps-and-ServiceNow-700x300-1-635x272.jpg" /></p>
    <p><strong>We noticed that many of you wonder what effort it takes to integrate DevOps tools like Azure DevOps in ServiceNow. In this blog, we hope to prove this is actually really easy, as it can be done in as little as 10 mins!</strong></p>
    <p>Let?s start with answering the question why we would want to integrate ServiceNow and Azure DevOps in the first place. Both ServiceNow and Azure DevOps are not point solutions. They support a wide range of applications/modules for all sorts of use cases. Although there is some overlap between their use cases, their focus is different. By combining them, you have the best of both worlds. So, how are they different then? We?ve listed some strong areas of both:</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://www.plat4mation.com/wp-cont...viceNow-side-by-side-comparison-1-560x270.jpg" /></p>
    <h2>Pick a use case</h2>
    <p>If you want to integrate ServiceNow (SN) with Azure DevOps (ADO), there is probably a use case to solve. There is quite a long list of potential use cases for integrating ServiceNow and Azure DevOps, but these three are by far the most common:</p>
    <li>Synchronize work (tasks) between ServiceNow and Azure DevOps Boards. This allows (self-steering) teams to work on their own Azure boards, which are connected to other DevOps tools. For this use case, the Agile module of ServiceNow needs to be integrated with Azure Boards.</li>
    <li>Consolidate information and updates from the DevOps delivery process (Coding, Building, Testing, Deploying). This will provide insights into progress and helps to build a case for Change Approvals. For this use case, ADO Boards, ADO Repos and ADO Pipelines need to be integrated with SN DevOps.</li>
    <li>Auto create changes from Azure Pipelines, and automatically deploy them once a change is (auto) approved. For this use case, ADO Pipelines needs to be integrated with SN Change Management.</li>
    <h2>3 Principles to keep your integration simple</h2>
    <p>With modern cloud-native solutions like ServiceNow and Azure DevOps, integrations <em>can</em> be straightforward and easy. Many integrations can be set up by applying reusable plug-ins or packages that allow you to set up a working integration in a matter of minutes. Yet, integrating different tools and systems in an enterprise IT organization is rarely perceived as an easy and painless exercise. If you adhere to the following three principles, it can in fact be easy:</p>
    <li><strong>Stay out-of-the-box (OOTB)</strong><br />Though platforms like ServiceNow and Azure DevOps are highly flexible, it is important to remember that the fact that you <strong><em>can</em></strong>customize applications does not mean you <strong><em>should</em></strong>. In fact, the opposite is true. If you use the pre-defined structure of attributes, state flows, processes, etc., you can leverage predefined mappings when setting up integrations. You?ll find that these standards are often based on industry best practices and actually support your processes really well.</li>
    <li><strong>Do not overcomplicate</strong><br />With archaic, monolithic applications that were difficult to integrate and building integrations was error-prone, middleware concepts like Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) were introduced to make life easier. However, modern, cloud-native systems typically have excellent integration capabilities (e.g. REST APIs and web hooks). Hence, introducing additional links in the chain only adds complexity and dependencies, and does not add any value.</li>
    <li><strong>Do not try to eat the elephant at once <br /></strong>Due to endless possibilities, a common pitfall is to want everything at once. By scoping MVPs, you can quickly add value by solving the most impactful problems first. Next, you add the second most important features in an iterative way, allowing for continuous improvement and delivery of value.</li>
    <h2>Let?s show some integration action!</h2>
    <p>Now, let?s show you how easy it is to set up an integration in just 10 mins. We picked the integration <em>Epics and Stories</em> between Azure DevOps Boards and ServiceNow Agile from this overview of the most common integrations between ServiceNow and Azure DevOps:</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://www.plat4mation.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/Azure-DevOps-and-ServiceNow-separated-1.jpg" /></p>
    <p>Watch the video to see how it?s done!</p>
    <p><iframe src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/OkyZPtwtJVs"></iframe></p>
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    <p>If you?d like to receive all blogs from our DevOps All You Can Read Buffet, in which we answer the top 5 most frequently asked questions about this ServiceNow module, please register below.</p>
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    <h1>An Example Azure DevOps Release Pipeline for PowerShell modules</h1>
    <p>In the previous post I went over an example Azure DevOps Build Pipeline for PowerShell modules. This post will continue from where we left off and discuss the Azure DevOps Release Pipeline for PowerShell modules.</p>
    <p>I?ll go over the different stages, and explain how the PowerShell modules are released to multiple internal Artifact feeds.</p>
    <h2>Azure DevOps Release Pipeline</h2>
    <p>First, let?s look at the example Azure DevOps Release Pipeline for my PowerShell module. My Azure DevOps project visibility is public for all to see, so you shouldn?t be prompted for a login.</p>
    <p>The purpose of this Release Pipeline is to take Artifacts from the Build Pipeline, and release them to a stage. Here?s an example release showing deployments to all three stages (Dev, Test, and Prod).</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://adamrushuk.github.io/assets/images/powershell-release-pipeline/example-release.png" /></p>
    <p>In the Release section above you can see the PowerShellPipeline Artifacts appear under the Continuous deployment heading. This shows a Release is triggered every time a Build Pipeline creates those Artifacts.</p>
    <h3>Dev Stage</h3>
    <p>We now move on to the stages. Note there is a line between Artifacts and the Dev stage, due to a Pre-deployment condition trigger set to After release:</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://adamrushuk.github.io/assets...pipeline/pre-deployment-condition-trigger.png" /></p>
    <p>This setting ensures the Dev stage is triggered automatically without user intervention.</p>
    <h3>Test Stage</h3>
    <p style="clear: both">The Test stage trigger is configured to start after the previous Dev stage, using an After stage trigger: <img style="float: left; margin: 0 10px 5px 0;" src="https://adamrushuk.github.io/assets...er-stage-pre-deployment-condition-trigger.png" /></p>
    <h3>Prod Stage</h3>
    <p style="clear: both">Lastly, the Prod stage has a Manual only trigger: <img style="float: left; margin: 0 10px 5px 0;" src="https://adamrushuk.github.io/assets...e/manual-pre-deployment-condition-trigger.png" /></p>
    <p>This gives us the option to manually validate the Dev and Test environments are working as expected before we release to Prod.</p>
    <h2>Stage Tasks</h2>
    <p style="clear: both">All stages use roughly the same tasks, but let?s take a closer look into Prod: <img style="float: left; margin: 0 10px 5px 0;" src="https://adamrushuk.github.io/assets/images/powershell-release-pipeline/stage-tasks.png" /></p>
    <h3>Install NuGet</h3>
    <p>The Install NuGet task is self-explanatory, and simply installs the specified NuGet binary version. NuGet is required to publish PowerShell modules to our internal Artifact feed.</p>
    <h3>Additional Integration Tests for Prod Environment</h3>
    <p>This task is a placeholder for actual test code, just to highlight you <em>could</em> run integration tests at this point if required. This might include provisioning infrastructure, loading data, then running tests and publishing the test results.</p>
    <h3>Publish Module to Artifact Feed (prod)</h3>
    <p>The final task is responsible for running a PowerShell script called Publish-AzDOArtifactFeed.ps1 , which takes two parameters: AzDOArtifactFeedName and AzDOPat :</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://adamrushuk.github.io/assets/images/powershell-release-pipeline/publish-module-task.png" /></p>
    <p>The Arguments field shown above references Pipeline Variables $(artifact_feed_name) and $(artifact_feed_pat) , shown below:</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://adamrushuk.github.io/assets/images/powershell-release-pipeline/pipeline-variables.png" /></p>
    <p>The code below has comments throughout, but the main steps are:</p>
    <li>Register a NuGet Package Source.</li>
    <li>Register a PowerShell Repository.</li>
    <li>Publish a PowerShell module.</li>
    <h2>Azure artifact repository</h2>

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    <h4>Azure artifact repository</h4>
    An example Azure DevOps Release Pipeline for PowerShell modules
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    <h1>Jira integration with azure devops</h1>
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    <h1>How to link Azure DevOps with Jira</h1>
    <p>By Brenton
    Post date</p>
    <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>Devops with kubernetes second edition</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>
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    <p>DevOps with Kubernetes, Second Edition</h1></p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://dz13w8afd47il.cloudfront.ne...e/ppv4_main_book_cover/B11687_MockupCover.png" /></p>
    <p>This is the code repository for DevOps with Kubernetes, Second Edition, published by Packt.</p>
    <p>What is this book about?</h2></p>
    <p>Kubernetes has been widely adopted across public clouds and on-premise data centers. As we're living in an era of microservices, knowing how to use and manage Kubernetes is an essential skill for everyone in the IT industry.</p>
    <p>This book covers the following exciting features:</p>
    <li>Learn fundamental and advanced DevOps skills and tools</li>
    <li>Get a comprehensive understanding of containers</li>
    <li>Dockerize an application</li>
    <li>Administrate and manage Kubernetes cluster</li>
    <li>Extend the cluster functionality with custom resources</li>
    <li>Understand Kubernetes network and service mesh</li>
    <li>Implement Kubernetes logging and monitoring</li>
    <li>Manage Kubernetes services in Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud Platform,and Microsoft Azure</li>
    <p>If you feel this book is for you, get your copy today!</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://raw.githubusercontent.com/PacktPublishing/GitHub/master/GitHub.png" /></p>
    <p>Instructions and Navigations</h2></p>
    <p>All of the code is organized into folders. For example, Chapter02.</p>
    <p>The code will look like the following:</p>
    <p><strong>Following is what you need for this book:</strong> This book is for anyone who wants to learn containerization and clustering in a practical way using Kubernetes. No prerequisite skills are required, however, essential DevOps skill and public/private Cloud knowledge will accelerate the reading speed. If you're advanced, you can get a deeper understanding of all the tools and technique described in the book.</p>
    <p>With the following software and hardware list you can run all code files present in the book (Chapter 1-12).</p>
    <p>Software and Hardware List</h3></p>
    <table> <thead> <tr> <th>Chapter</th> <th>Software required</th> <th>OS required</th> </tr> </th> <tbody> <tr> <td>2</td> <td>docker 17.05.0-ce +</td> <td>Linux: Debian 8+, Ubuntu 16.04+, CentOS 7.2+, RHEL7+, macOS 10.10+</td> </tr> <tr> <td>3</td> <td>minikube VirtualBox</td> <td>Any OS</td> </tr> <tr> <td>3</td> <td>kubectl</td> <td>Any OS</td> </tr> <tr> <td>10</td> <td>AWS CLI</td> <td>Any OS with Python 2.6.5+ or 3.3+</td> </tr> <tr> <td>11</td> <td>Cloud SDK</td> <td>Any OS with Python 2.7.x</td> </tr> <tr> <td>12</td> <td>Azure CLI</td> <td>Any OS with Python 3+</td> </tr> </tbody> </table>
    <p>We also provide a PDF file that has color images of the screenshots/diagrams used in this book. Click here to download it.</p>
    <p>Get to Know the Author</h2></p>
    <p><strong>Hideto Saito</strong> has around 20 years of experience in the computer industry. In 1998, while working for Sun Microsystems Japan, he was impressed with Solaris OS, OPENSTEP, and Sun Ultra Enterprise 10000 (AKA StarFire). Then, he decided to pursue the UNIX and macOS X operating systems.</p>
    <p>In 2006, he relocated to Southern California as a software engineer to develop products and services running on Linux and macOS X. He was especially renowned for his quick Objective-C code when he was drunk. He is also an enthusiast of Japanese anime, drama, and motorsports, and loves Japanese Otaku culture.</p>
    <p><strong>Hui-Chuan Chloe Lee</strong> is a DevOps and software developer. She has worked in the software industry on a wide range of projects for over 5 years. As a technology enthusiast, Chloe loves trying and learning about new technologies, which makes her life happier and more fulfilled. In her free time, she enjoys reading, traveling, and spending time with the people she loves.</p>
    <p><strong>Cheng-Yang Wu</strong> has been tackling infrastructure and system reliability since he received his master's degree in computer science from National Taiwan University. His laziness prompted him to master DevOps skills to maximize his efficiency at work so as to squeeze in writing code for fun. He enjoys cooking as it's just like working with software ? a perfect dish always comes from balanced flavors and fine-tuned tastes.</p>
    <p>Other books by the authors</h2></p>
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    <h1>Node js devops</h1>
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    <h1>Configure CI/CD for Node.js app in Microsoft VSTS</h1>
    <p><strong>Prerequisites for this Demo</strong></p>
    <p>This exercise is an continuation of above exercise.</p>
    <p>From the above link we have created DevOps Project resource in Azure, which deployed sample Node.js app to Azure Web app and automatically created Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Deployment (CD) pipeline in VSTS.</p>
    <p>This slideshow requires JavaScript.</p>
    <p style="clear: both">Lets look into our build and release pipeline in VSTS. you can open your DevOps project through Azure Portal search or through Resource Group. Click on <strong>NodeSampleProject</strong> <img style="float: left; margin: 0 10px 5px 0;" src="https://elevateorganization.files.wordpress.com/2018/01/screenshot_22.png" /></p>
    <p style="clear: both">Click on <strong>Code</strong> link to go to VSTS account<img style="float: left; margin: 0 10px 5px 0;" src="https://elevateorganization.files.wordpress.com/2018/01/screenshot_24.png" /></p>
    <p style="clear: both">You will redirected to <strong>your VSTS account</strong>. Sample Node.js code has been uploaded to VSTS <strong>Git</strong> repository, from here you can <strong>clone</strong> or <strong>fork</strong> to your favourite editor.<img style="float: left; margin: 0 10px 5px 0;" src="https://elevateorganization.files.wordpress.com/2018/01/screenshot_25.png" /></p>
    <p style="clear: both">Click on <strong>Build and Release</strong> tab to look into Build & Release Pipeline. Here you can see out last build was success, which was initiated by Azure DevOps Project resource. Now click on Build Definition i.e <strong>NodeSampleProject ? CI</strong><img style="float: left; margin: 0 10px 5px 0;" src="https://elevateorganization.files.wordpress.com/2018/01/screenshot_26.png" /></p>
    <p>Here we can see the summary of last build, now lets dig deeper into what happens in this Build pipeline for which please click on <strong>Edit</strong> link at the top corner</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://elevateorganization.files.wordpress.com/2018/01/screenshot_27.png" /></p>
    <p>This view shows our Build Definition and all the steps happens in CI pipeline. Click on <strong>?+?</strong> link to add new tasks.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://elevateorganization.files.wordpress.com/2018/01/screenshot_28.png" /></p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://elevateorganization.files.wordpress.com/2018/01/screenshot_29.png" /></p>
    <p style="clear: both">Lets look into our Release Pipeline, Green box shows the status of the recent release. Click <strong>Releases</strong> tab and select Edit option to see the Release tasks<img style="float: left; margin: 0 10px 5px 0;" src="https://elevateorganization.files.wordpress.com/2018/01/screenshot_30.png" /></p>
    <p>In this view we can configure Deployment to Cloud/On-prem Servers. You can click on <strong>Add</strong> to configure QA, Stg, Prd environments through which you can deploy to Azure, AWS or even other cloud providers. Select <strong>1 phase, 1 task</strong> to see the Deployment tasks.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://elevateorganization.files.wordpress.com/2018/01/screenshot_31.png" /></p>
    <p>Here we can see the tasks under Release Pipeline, default Azure DevOps project added Azure <strong>Deploy Azure App Service</strong> task click on this task to see more details like Azure connection, Web App name and more</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://elevateorganization.files.wordpress.com/2018/01/screenshot_32.png" /></p>
    <p>We have verified all the relevant task have been added for Build and Release Pipeline, you can modify these tasks based on your need. for this demo lets leave it as it is.</p>
    <p style="clear: both">Lets make changes to our Node.js code and commit changes and see do we see our new changes deployed to Azure cloud. for this click on <strong>Code</strong> tab and click on Edit option. you can even edit in IDE. for this demo lets edit in VSTS<img style="float: left; margin: 0 10px 5px 0;" src="https://elevateorganization.files.wordpress.com/2018/01/screenshot_33.png" /></p>
    <p>Now edit the Content ?<strong>Success</strong>? to ?<strong>My first Azure DevOps Project</strong>? and click on <strong>Commit</strong>. Since we have enabled Continuous Deployment this change will be deployed to Cloud Server. To see the activity click on <strong>Build and Release</strong> tab.</p>
    <h2>Node js devops</h2>

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    <h4>Node js devops</h4>
    Prerequisites for this Demo Azure subscription Build CI/CD pipeline and Deploy Node.js app to Azure in 5 min with Azure DevOps Project This exercise is an continuation of above exercise. From the above link we have created DevOps Project resource in Azure, which deployed sample Node.js app to Azure Web app and automatically created Continuous&hellip;
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    <h1>Gartner?s guide to successful DevSecOps</h1>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://sdtimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/checklist-2589418_640-490x325.jpg" /></p>
    <p>In a recent survey conducted by Gartner, the organization found that the highest-ranked strategy for a successful DevOps approach was collaboration with information security. ?In the past 12 months at Gartner, how to securely integrate security into DevOps ? delivering DevSecOps ? has been one of the fastest-growing areas of interest of clients, with more than 600 inquiries across multiple Gartner analysts in that time frame,? Gartner?s research director Ian Head, and distinguished analyst Neil MacDonald, wrote in a report .</p>
    <p>The analysts have taken lessons learned from the organization and its clients, and released 10 steps they believes will set businesses on a successful DevSecOps path.</p>
    <li><b>?Adapt your security testing tools and processes to the developers, not the other way around:? According to the analysts, the Sec in DevSecOps should be silent. That means the security team needs to change their processes and tools to be integrated into DevOps, instead of trying to enforce their old processes be adopted.</b></li>
    <li><b>?Quit trying to eliminate all vulnerabilities during development.?</b> ?Perfect security is impossible. Zero risk is impossible. We must bring continuous risk- and trust-based assessment and prioritization of application vulnerabilities to DevSecOps,? Head and MacDonald wrote in their report. DevSecOps should be thought of as a continuous improvement process, meaning security can go beyond development and can be searching and protecting against vulnerabilities even after services are deployed into production.</li>
    <li><b>?Focus first on identifying and removing the known critical vulnerabilities.? Instead of wasting time trying to break a system, find focus on known security issues from pre built components, libraries, containers and frameworks; and protect against those before they are put into production.</b></li>
    <li><strong>?Don?t expect to use traditional DAST/SAST without changes</strong>.? Scan custom code for unknown vulnerabilities by integrating testing into the IDE, providing autonomous scans that don?t require a security expert, reducing false positives, and delivering results into a bug tracking system or development dashboard.</li>
    <li><strong>?Train all developers on the basics of secure coding, but don?t expect them to become security experts.?</strong> Training all developers on the basis of security issues will help prevent them from creating harmful scenarios. Developers should be expected to know simple threat modeling scenarios, how to think like a hacker, and know not to put secrets like cryptographic keys and passwords into the code, according to Head.</li>
    <li><strong>?Adopt a security champion model and implement a simple security requirements gathering tool.?</strong> A security champion is someone who can effectively lead the security community of practice, stay up to date with maturity issues, and evangelize, communicate and market what to do with security and how to adapt.</li>
    <li><strong>?Eliminate the use of known vulnerable components at the source.?</strong> ?As previously stated, most risk in modern application assembly comes from the use of known vulnerable components, libraries and frameworks. Rather than wait until an application is assembled to scan and identify these known vulnerabilities, why not address this issue at its source by warning developers not to download and use these known vulnerable components,? Head and MacDonald wrote.</li>
    <li><strong>?Secure and apply operational discipline to automation scripts</strong> .? ?Treat automation code, scripts, recipes, formation scripts and other such infrastructure and platform artifacts as valuable source code with specific additional risk. Therefore, use source-code-type controls including audit, protection, digital signatures, change control and version control to protect all such infrastructure and platform artifacts,? according to the report.</li>
    <li><strong>?Implement strong version control on all code and components.?</strong> Be able to capture every change from what was changed, when the change happened and who made the change.</li>
    <li><strong>?Adopt an immutable infrastructure mindset</strong>.<strong>?</strong> Teams should work towards a place where all the infrastructure is only updated by the tools. This is a sign that the team is maturing, and it provides a more secure way to maintain applications, according to Head.</li>
    <p>In addition, the analyst predict by 2021, DevSecOps will be embedded into 80% of rapid development teams. ?Integrating security into DevOps to deliver ?DevSecOps? requires changing mindsets, processes and technology. Security and risk management leaders must adhere to the collaborative, agile nature of DevOps to be seamless and transparent in the development process, making the Sec in DevSecOps silent,? they wrote.</p>
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    <h1>Valaxy Technologies</h1>
    <h2>DevOps Complete Course</h2>
    <p>In this course we are going to see end to end CI/CD pipeline using, Git, Jenkins, Maven, Sonarqube, Artifactory, Ansible, Docker, Kubernetes and Prometheus</p>
    <h2>Course curriculum</h2>
    <h3>DevOps Introduction</h3>
    <p>What is DevOps & DevOps Engineer Roles</p>
    <h3>Git and GitHub</h3>
    <p>GIT_L0 - Resources and Discussion Forums</p>
    <p>GIT_L1 - Course content overview</p>
    <p>L2_GIT - What is Version control system and Why Git</p>
    <p>L3_GIT - Instal Git on Window</p>
    <p>L4_GIT - Setup An EC2 Instance and install git</p>
    <p>L5_GIT - Working with git bash</p>
    <p>L6_GIT - Creating a repository on Git</p>
    <p>L7_GIT - Different stages on Git</p>
    <p>L8_GIT - Working with git stages</p>
    <p>L9_GIT - Compare code changes with different git stages</p>
    <p>L10_GIT - Compare code changes with different local commits</p>
    <p>L11_GIT - Why do we need GitHub</p>
    <p>L12_GIT - Creating github account</p>
    <p>L13_GIT - Creating a repo on github account</p>
    <p>L14_GIT - Cloning a repo from GitHub</p>
    <p>L15_GIT - Push code onto remote repository</p>
    <p>L16_GIT - Updating other developer code</p>
    <p>L17_GIT - Git clone vs Git pull</p>
    <p>L18_GIT - One of the common issue faced by Developers</p>
    <p>L19_GIT - Connecting to Github using ssh</p>
    <p>L20_GIT - Associate local repo with remote repo</p>
    <p>L21_GIT - How a developer push his changes onto GitHub</p>
    <p>L22_GIT - Working with Commits on Git</p>
    <p>L23_GIT - Know information about specific commit on Git</p>
    <p>L24_GIT - Working with commits on GitHub</p>
    <p>L25_GIT - Commit changes directly on GitHub</p>
    <p>L26_GIT - Why do we need Branches on Git</p>
    <p>L27_GIT - Branches in DevOps workflow</p>
    <p>L28_GIT - Working with Branches on GitHub</p>
    <p>L29_GIT - Working with branches on git</p>
    <p>L30_GIT - Commiting changes on branches</p>
    <p>L31_GIT - Merge changes onto master branch</p>
    <p>L32_GIT - Resolving merge conflicts</p>
    <p>L33_GIT - Forking a repository</p>
    <p>L34_GIT - Creating Pull Request (PR)</p>
    <p>L35_GIT - Working with private repositories</p>
    <p>L36_GIT - Adding collaborator to a repository</p>
    <p>L37_GIT - Creating protected branches</p>
    <p>L38_GIT - Creating tags to enable versions</p>
    <p>L39_GIT - Reverting changes from working directory</p>
    <p>L40_GIT - Reverting changes from staging area and local repo</p>
    <p>L41_GIT - Gitignore file</p>
    <p>L42_GIT - Git rebase command</p>
    <p>L43_GIT - Git Fetch vs git pull</p>
    <p>L44_GIT - Introduction to Git Project</p>
    <p>L45_GIT - Setup Git Repository and Branches for new project</p>
    <p>L46_GIT - Allowing Developers to check-in code</p>
    <p>L47_GIT - Enabling DevOps workflow on Dev branch</p>
    <p>L48_GIT - Pull Request (PR) to merge code from Dev branch to UAT branch</p>
    <p>L49_GIT - Release code onto Production</p>
    <p>Class 11: Maven - Introduction: Setup Maven, Build a java applicaiton,</p>
    <p>Class 12: Maven: Maven goals, Pulgins, Maven repositoris</p>
    <p>Class 13: Maven: Create war project, deoploy on tomcat using maven</p>
    <p>Class 14: Jfrog Artifactory: Artifactory setup and Integration with Jenkins</p>
    <p>Class 15: Jenkins</p>
    <p>Class 16: Jenkins - create a 1st Jenkins job, Jenkins job with parameters</p>
    <p>Class 17: Jenkins - Run maven job, deploy on Maven</p>
    <p>Class 18: Jenkins - Jenkins master and slave configuration</p>
    <p>Class 19: Jenkins - GitHub webhook, DSL Job</p>
    <p>Class 20: Jenkins - Jenkins Pipeline</p>
    <p>Class 21 - Artifactory - Integrating Artifactory with Jenkins</p>
    <p>Class 22 - Ansible - Introduction, Lab setup</p>
    <p>Class 23 - Ansible - Adhoc commands, inventory and ansible.cfg</p>
    <p>Class 24 - Ansible - Write ansible playbook</p>
    <p>Class 25 - Ansible - Conditions</p>
    <p>Class 26 - Ansible - Variables, Tomcat</p>
    <p>Class 27 - Ansible - Ansible vault and Roles</p>
    <p>Ansible - Setup Jenkins using Ansible, Ansible Galaxy, CI/CD Job to steup tomcat and deploy war file</p>
    <p>Class 29 - Ansible - Ansible Inventory</p>
    <p>Class 30 - SonarQube - Setup and integrate with Jenkins</p>
    <p>L31- Docker & Kubernetes Introduction</p>
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    <p>L33 - Docker Basic Commands & DockerHub Introduction</p>
    <p>L34 - Docker Images & Docker Networks Introduction</p>
    <p>L35 - Docker Networks & Docker Volumes Introduction</p>
    <h2>Valaxy technologies devops</h2>

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    <h4>Valaxy technologies devops</h4>
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    <h1>Devops overview</h1>
    Devops overview <a href="http://remmont.com">Current news events</a> Devops overview
    <h1>What is DevOps?</h1>
    <p>In recent years DevOps has moved from an innovative idea to a mainstream approach. But despite how often it is talked about, advocated, and celebrated, the basic question: ?What is DevOps?? is common ? either out loud by the innocent or internally by those who feel they should know the answer but aren?t quite sure. Actually, it?s OK to be not quite sure, because there is no single agreed DevOps definition. At heart, DevOps is the need for a set of consistent practices that help organizations build, deliver, and maintain software and IT services better, quicker, and make them more reliable. As the name suggests, one of the key ways DevOps does this is by taking <strong>Dev</strong>elopment (taking ideas and requested changes and building them) and <strong>Op</strong>eration<strong>s</strong> (making them work and keeping them working) and putting them together, so they work as one. So, what is dev ops? Dev and ops together become DevOps, and silos with different goals become one team with a shared goal ? better services, quicker.</p>
    <h2>What Does DevOps stand for?</h2>
    <p>For many organizations, DevOps is about speed of deployment: getting the right thing out there quickly. Ultimately it isn?t about how they achieve that, but the DevOps philosophy has demonstrated mechanisms that have delivered that increase in speed and accuracy, and this collection of techniques, culture, and technology is what DevOps has come to stand for.</p>
    <p>Although there isn?t a single definition to precisely answer the ?What is DevOps?? question, there are accepted elements that set out what DevOps means:</p>
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    <li>A reliance on technology, particularly automated testing to support rapid ? and often automated ? deployment and release. DevOps certainly isn?t just about technology, but it will not work without it.</li>
    <li>Human factors ? bringing together wide-ranging teams and trusting those teams to make decisions about the products they are responsible for, and then for implementing those decisions. Trust and ownership are as essential as the technology. Breaking down organizational silos is a key requirement for success.</li>
    <li>Measurement ? by measuring performance, focus on relevant improvements can be made more easily.</li>
    <li>Use of appropriate tools, techniques, and best practice. DevOps does not seek to invent new practices but to make the best use of existing ones, such as Agile, ITIL, Lean, and more.</li>
    <li>Collaboration and communication ? helping people work together and not duplicate efforts, through relevant (brief) meetings, sharing information via wikis and message boards, and more.</li>
    <li>And ? most importantly ? customer focus. Doing the right things over doing things right.</li>
    <p>DevOps is about both technology and culture: getting the best from both means thinking about them together. It needs the right technology, and staff who can use it well, and are empowered to use it.</p>
    <p>According to the Wiki, the term DevOps is attributed to Patrick Debois, a Belgian IT professional. He coined the term around 2009. Debois and Andrew Schafer, following discussions at a Toronto conference, formed ideas and then a virtual group on ?Agile Systems Administration,? which can be seen as the birth of DevOps philosophies. The original term ?DevOps Days? was given to events to discuss this wider application of Agile, the ?days? term being dropped to give us the simpler ?DevOps? name we have today. The conferences discussing the concept grew ? in size, frequency, and geographical scope to deliver an ever-expanding worldwide community of support for the ideas behind DevOps.</p>
    <p>A significant mechanism in the spread of DevOps history has been the novel ?The Phoenix Project? by Gene Kim, Kevin Behr, and George Spafford. Widely seen as a good starting point for those wanting to understand the principles behind DevOps and the culture required to facilitate it. It was published in 2013 and remains an excellent entry for those wishing to get a feel for the culture behind DevOps. It suits anyone wishing a gentler introduction than a typical management book.</p>
    <p>In recent years DevOps has seen considerable acceptance, so much that it is no longer seen as an innovation in many sectors, but the accepted approach, with take-up across many sectors and in all parts of the world.</p>
    <h2>Related Posts</h2>
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    <p>What is Meant by DevOps? The term DevOps is simply dev from development + ops from operations. So it is about combining the development of</p>
    <h3> Your DevOps Interview </h3>
    <p>If you are interested in moving into or progressing your DevOps career, the odds are you will need success at a job interview. Just because</p>
    <h3> DevOps Best Practices </h3>
    <p>Everything from attitudes to specific technologies, frameworks, and methodologies can get bundled into the basket of DevOps best practices ? it?s a wide remit, and</p>
    <h3> What is a DevOps Engineer? </h3>
    <p>The phrase ?DevOps engineer? is now widely used but loosely defined. The understanding of what a DevOps engineer does and the skills they require vary</p>
    <h2>Devops overview</h2>

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    <h4>Devops overview</h4>
    DevOps is a set of consistent practices that help organizations build, deliver, and maintain software and IT services better
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    <h1>Tfs variables</h1>
    Tfs variables <a href="http://remmont.com">Today's national news</a> Tfs variables
    <h1>Dump all environment variables during a TFS / VSTS Build</h1>
    <p>Environment variables are really important during a build, especially because all Build variables are stored as environment variables, and this imply that <strong>most of the build context is stored inside them</strong>. One of the feature I miss most, is the ability to easily visualize on the result of the build a nice list of all the values of Environment variables. We need also to be aware of the fact that tasks can change environment variables during the build, so we need to be able to decide the exact point of the build where we want variables to be dumped.</p>
    <blockquote><p>Having a list of all Environment Variables value of the agent during the build is an invaluable feature.</p></blockquote>
    <p>Before moving to writing a VSTS / TFS tasks to accomplish this, I verify how I can obtain this result with a simple Powershell task (then converting into a script will be an easy task). It turns out that the solution is really really simple, <strong>just drop a PowerShell task wherever you want in the build definition and choose to run this piece of PowerShell code</strong>.</p>
    <p>This script is super simple, with the gci (Get-ChildItem) cmdlets I can grab a reference to all EnvironmentVariables that are then sorted by name. Then I create a variable called $out and I iterate in all variables to fill $out variable with a markdown text that dump all variables. If you are interested, the `t syntax is used in powershell to create special char, like a tab char. <strong>Basically I?m dumping each variable in a different line that begins with tab (code formatting in markdown), aligning with 28 chars to have a nice formatting</strong>.</p>
    <blockquote><p>VSTS / TFS build system allows to upload a simple markdown file to the build detail if you want to add information to your build</p></blockquote>
    <p>Given this I create a test.md file in the artifact directory where I dump the entire content of the $out variable, and <strong>finally with the task.addattachment command I upload that file to the build</strong>.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="http://www.codewrecks.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/image_thumb.png" /></p>
    <p><strong>Figure 1:</strong> <em>Simple PowerShell task to execute inline script to dump Environment Variables</em></p>
    <p>After the build ran, here is the detail page of the build, where you can see a nice and formatted list of all environment variables of that build.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="http://www.codewrecks.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/image_thumb-1.png" /></p>
    <p><strong>Figure 2:</strong> <em>Nice formatted list of environment variables in my build details.</em></p>
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    <h2>6 thoughts on ?Dump all environment variables during a TFS / VSTS Build?</h2>
    <p>This gave e what I was looking for. Thank you very much. Why doesn?t Microsoft document how to get these variables?</p>
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    <h4>Tfs variables</h4>
    Dump all environment variables during a TFS / VSTS Build Environment variables are really important during a build, especially because all Build variables are stored as environment variables, and
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    <h1>Центр разработчика на AWS</h1>
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    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://d1.awsstatic.com/Developer ....8a05a55e87fe115772e2bac245e546241c490771.png" /></p>
    <p><b>Информационная рассылка AWS для разработчиков</b> ? это информационный бюллетень с новостями и полезным контентом для разработчиков на AWS, выпускаемый дважды в неделю. В этой рассылке мы рассматриваем самые интересные темы для всех разработчиков на AWS, рассказываем о новостях сообществ разработчиков, которые мы поддерживаем, и о проектах, в которых мы участвуем. <br /></p>
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    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://d1.awsstatic.com/Developer ....b5718cd06e28838d81dc0a92cfa142653f9fe1bb.png" /></p>
    <p><b>Developers, Let's Code</b> ? а вам нравится работать с кодом? Мечтаете запустить свое первое приложение или освоить новые навыки? Ознакомьтесь с серией вебинаров ?Developers, Let's Code?, чтобы узнать больше и начать работать с AWS.</p>
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    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://d1.awsstatic.com/Developer ....d95b8ccffb7a863a901a77cff1e0def15ed4727a.png" /></p>
    <p><b>AWS Communities</b> ? это сообщество, где можно улучшить навыки работы с AWS, поделиться своими знаниями и найти единомышленников среди постоянно растущего числа инженеров, разработчиков и архитекторов, использующих AWS. Вступайте в ближайшее сообщество уже сегодня!</p>
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    <p>Только начинаете работать с AWS? Изучите основные принципы и начните разработку на AWS уже сейчас. Начать работу ? <br /></p>
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    <p>Получите доступ к инструментам, документации и образцам кода для разработки приложений на любимом языке программирования <br /></p>
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    <p>Получите доступ к руководствам пользователя, справочным руководствам по API и примечаниям к выпуску. Перейти к документации ?</p>
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    В&nbsp;Центре разработчика как опытные пользователи сервисов AWS, так и начинающие облачные разработчики найдут ресурсы по различным языкам программирования, соответствующие инструменты, учебные пособия по запуску рабочих нагрузок, помощь экспертов и участников сообщества. Даешь разработку!
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    Azure devops ssh - Рдуард Кабринский <h1>Azure devops ssh</h1> <p>[youtube]</p> Azure devops ssh <a href="http://remmont.com">World news online</a> Azure devops ssh <h1> Continuous Integration and DevOps Tools Setup and Tips </h1> <p>Communicate. Collaborate. Integrate.</p> <h2>Friday, February 2, 2018</h2> <h3>How to set up SSH keys/project in Git in Azure DevOps - Setup SSH keys and Java project in Azure Git in Azure DevOps</h3> <p><b>How to set up SSH keys in Azure Repos and Setup WebApp in Azure Repo</u></b> </p> <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://1.bp.blogspot.com/-vr16Qkyt...omWupwyPzcQCLcBGAsYHQ/s400/azure git repo.png" /></p> <p>Go to your visual studio home page. You should be able to go by clicking on the below URL. <br />https://dev.azure.com/</p> <p>Create a new project by clicking on New project and enter project details like below. This will create a project dashboard.</p> <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://1.bp.blogspot.com/-PYi6AlO8...pjAbzcT63rACLcBGAsYHQ/s320/vsts dashboard.png" /></p> <p>Once project is created, Click on Repos.</p> <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://1.bp.blogspot.com/-JSk7UFPo...vzcjMVMEMX4t-pwC90OgCLcBGAsYHQ/s320/repos.png" /></p> <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://1.bp.blogspot.com/-8FEx2Lqh...YD82qocy15HrO0QCLcBGAsYHQ/s320/Untitled 2.png" /></p> <p>Click on clone link on the top right hand side. <br />Click on SSH link <br />Click Manage SSH keys <br /></p> <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://1.bp.blogspot.com/-wrRWggRL...320/Screen Shot 2019-01-07 at 10.41.33 PM.png" /></p> <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://2.bp.blogspot.com/-jIOj2xej...320/Screen Shot 2019-01-07 at 10.42.37 PM.png" /></p> <p>Go to any virtual machine you had setup that has both Java and Maven installed. If you would like to know how to create a Virtual Machine in Azure Cloud, click here to do so. <br /> <br />Create the SSH keys by executing the below command: <br />(If you already have keys generated, you can overwrite it or skip to next step to copy keys) <br /> <b>ssh -keygen</b> </p> <p>execute the below command to copy the keys:</p> <p>Add the public keys. <br />Once keys added into Azure DevOps, go to Repo s , copy the SSH clone url</p> <p>Go to your machine where you have installed Java, Maven, preferably your EC2. Execute this command: <br /> <b>git clone</b> </p> <p>This should download the empty repo from Azure DevOps to local machine(or ec2). <br />now after cloning, it will create a folder with repo name..</p> <p><b>ls -al</b> to see the folder name after you cloned.</p> <p>go inside that folder by <br /> <b>cd reponame</b> </p> <p>Now create the maven project executing the below command: <br /> <b>mvn archetype: generate -DgroupId=com.cf -DartifactId = MyAwesomeApp -DarchetypeArtifactId=maven-</b> <b>archetype-webapp -DinteractiveMode=false</b> </p> <p>type git status --> to see the newly created project <br /> <b>git add *</b> <br /> <b>git status</b> <br /></p> <p> <b>git commit -m "my first project check-in to Azure Git"</b> <br /> <b>git push</b> </p> <p>Now go to Azure DevOps, Select the Repos ?> Files ?> you should see the project uploaded here.</p> <h2>Azure devops ssh</h2> <h3>Azure devops ssh</h3> <p>[youtube]</p> Azure devops ssh <a href="http://remmont.com">National news in english</a> Azure devops ssh <h4>Azure devops ssh</h4> Continuous Integration and DevOps Tools Setup and Tips Communicate. Collaborate. Integrate. Friday, February 2, 2018 How to set up SSH keys/project in Git in Azure DevOps - Setup SSH <h5>Azure devops ssh</h5> Azure devops ssh <a href="http://remmont.com">Azure devops ssh</a> Azure devops ssh SOURCE: <h6>Azure devops ssh</h6> <a href="https://dev-ops.engineer/">Azure devops ssh</a> Azure devops ssh #tags#[replace: -,-Azure devops ssh] Azure devops ssh#tags# https://ssylki.info/?who=house-sales.remmont.com https://ssylki.info/?who=seattle-real-estate.remmont.com https://ssylki.info/?who=auto-shops.remmont.com https://ssylki.info/?who=remmont.com/paleolithic-deep-state https://ssylki.info/?who=health-plan.remmont.com
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    <h1>Migrate tfs to vsts</h1>
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    <p>I am using TFS 2015 update3. We have a plan to migrate TFS to VSTS soon.</p>
    <p>I heard since, Team services is cloud -based, Microsoft automatically upgrades our account with latest features as they released(Upgraded every three weeks).</p>
    <p>1)Once our environment moves in VSTS(AZURE) from TFS 2015 update3, you guys will take care of upgrade 2017 update2?</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://i1.social.s-msft.com/globalresources/Images/trans.gif" /></p>
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    <li>Marked as answer by Sathish Gopi Thursday, September 21, 2017 3:33 PM</li>
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    <p>as soon as you've migrated to VSTS your repositories wlll automatically upgraded to latest version of VSTS - almost every 3 weeks.</p>
    <p>Please use "Mark as Answer" if my post solved your problem and use "Vote As Helpful" if a post was useful.</p>
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    <li>Marked as answer by Sathish Gopi Thursday, September 21, 2017 3:33 PM</li>
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    <p>I heard ,Once I moved to Azure - Upgraded every 3 weeks .</p>
    <p>1)Is there any chance to move 2015 to VSTS?</p>
    <p>2) If possible(Migration 2015update 3 to VSTS) Microsoft Azure will take care of Migration 2015 to 2017 update 1 update 2?</p>
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    <p>Please download migration guide from here, and follow it to migrate.</p>
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