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    <h1>Azure pipelines task</h1>
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    <h1>Command Line task</h1>
    <p><strong>Azure Pipelines | Azure DevOps Server 2020 | Azure DevOps Server 2019 | TFS 2018 - TFS 2015</strong></p>
    <p>Use this task to run a program from the command prompt.</p>
    <p>In Microsoft Team Foundation Server (TFS) 2018 and previous versions, build and release <em>pipelines</em> are called <em>definitions</em>, <em>runs</em> are called <em>builds</em>, <em>service connections</em> are called <em>service endpoints</em>, <em>stages</em> are called <em>environments</em>, and <em>jobs</em> are called <em>phases</em>.</p>
    <h2>Demands</h2>
    <h2>YAML snippet</h2>
    <p>The CmdLine task also has a shortcut syntax in YAML:</p>
    <h2>Running batch and .CMD files</h2>
    <p>Azure Pipelines puts your inline script contents into a temporary batch file (.cmd) in order to run it. When you want to run a batch file from another batch file in Windows CMD, you must use the call command, otherwise the first batch file is terminated. This will result in Azure Pipelines running your intended script up until the first batch file, then running the batch file, then ending the step. Additional lines in the first script wouldn't be run. You should always prepend call before executing a batch file in an Azure Pipelines script step.</p>
    <p>You may not realize you're running a batch file. For example, npm on Windows, along with any tools that you install using npm install -g , are actually batch files. Always use call npm to run NPM commands in a Command Line task on Windows.</p>
    <h2>Arguments</h2>
    <table> <thead> <tr> <th>Argument</th> <th>Description</th> </tr> </th> <tbody> <tr> <td>script <br />Script</td> <td>(Required) Contents of the script you want to run <br />Default value: echo Write your commands here\n\necho Hello world\n"</td> </tr> <tr> <td>workingDirectory <br />Working directory</td> <td>(Optional) Specify the working directory in which you want to run the command. If you leave it empty, the working directory is $(Build.SourcesDirectory).</td> </tr> <tr> <td>failOnStderr <br />Fail on Standard Error</td> <td>If this is true, this task will fail if any errors are written to stderr</td> </tr> <tr> <td>env <br />Environment variables</td> <td>(Optional) A list of additional items to map into the process's environment. <br />For example, secret variables are not automatically mapped. If you have a secret variable called <strong>Foo</strong> , you can map it in as shown in the following example.</td> </tr> </tbody> </table>
    <h2>Example</h2>
    <p>On the Build tab of a build pipeline, add these tasks:</p>
    <p> <table> <tr> <td>. image type="icon" source="media/command-line.png" border="false". <br /><strong>Utility: Command Line</strong> </td></p>
    <p><ul>
    <li>Tool: date</li>
    <li>Arguments: /t</li>
    </ul>
    </td></tr><tr><td>. image type="icon" source="media/command-line.png" border="false". <br /><strong>Utility: Command Line</strong></td></p>
    <p>Display the operating system version.</p>
    <p><ul>
    <li>Tool: ver</li>
    </ul>
    </td></tr><tr><td>. image type="icon" source="media/command-line.png" border="false". <br /><strong>Utility: Command Line</strong></td></p>
    <p>Display the environment variables.</p>
    <p><ul>
    <li>Tool: set</li>
    </ul>
    </td></tr><tr><td>. image type="icon" source="media/command-line.png" border="false". <br /><strong>Utility: Command Line</strong></td></p>
    <p>Display all files in all the folders created by the build pipeline.</p>
    <p><ul>
    <li>Tool: dir</li>
    <li>Arguments: /s</li>
    <li>Advanced, Working folder: $(Agent.BuildDirectory)</li>
    </ul>
    </td></tr></table></p>
    <h2>Open source</h2>
    <p>This task is open source on GitHub. Feedback and contributions are welcome.</p>
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    <h3>Do I need an agent?</h3>
    <p>You need at least one agent to run your build or release.</p>
    <h3>I'm having problems. How can I troubleshoot them?</h3>
    <h3>I can't select a default agent pool and I can't queue my build or release. How do I fix this?</h3>
    <h3>I use TFS on-premises and I don't see some of these features. Why not?</h3>
    <p>Some of these features are available only on Azure Pipelines and not yet available on-premises. Some features are available on-premises if you have upgraded to the latest version of TFS.</p>
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    <h1>Azure devops salesforce</h1>
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    <h1> Ivan's Tech blog </h1>
    <p>Salesforce.com and all things Tech related. Specialising in technology architecture, cloud computing and DevOps. All views are my own. Twitter @ivanesalmeida</p>
    <h3>Salesforce and DevOps Part 1 - My views</h3>
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    <li>Get link</li>
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    <p>To get my blog up and running, I thought I'd start with a series regarding my current preferred topic: Salesforce and DevOps.</p>
    <p>Let's start with a couple of conversation topics (bear with me if you know them already, comment if you don't agree, feel free!):</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://2.bp.blogspot.com/-_HwwjK_v...hnBu3BmNLpwJQZsxlQCLcBGAs/s320/Devops.svg.png" /></p>
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    <ul>
    <li>Salesforce being so "easy" to configure and customise with clicks and not code make people think that there's no need for what they see as convoluted processes. Have you encountered the question: Why should I do that when I can just do it straight there? Why do I need to pay for all that?</li>
    <li>Thinking it's OK to just go and change things in production directly, because you can, without traceability</li>
    <li>Historical lack of technical support and tools by Salesforce themselves. Things seem to be changing with SFDX, but it's still in the early stages</li>
    <li>Salesforce, being multi-tenanted and proprietary technology, has to create their own ways for customising the client orgs, for which they started the metadata API long ago. I don't know for sure how many years they've been working on that, but it's interesting that there are still so many things that are not supported by it, making it complicated to automate all kinds of development at all times. They seem to be working on that as well, we'll see how fast and reliable that is. I'm optimistic, though, don't get me wrong</li>
    <li>People working hands-on with Salesforce technologies, in my experience, have been divided into 3 groups: functional (BAs, configurators, admins, consultants and so on), technical (developers, architects and such) and testers (QA, functional testing, automated testing experts, for example). For the most part, DevOps has been driven by the technical group so far, and highly seen as obscure technical stuff and "coding" by others. This is mainly due to lack of knowledge, and technical people not being the best at sharing it and making it clear for everyone (I've been known to be guilty of that, sorry to say, but I'm working on it!)</li>
    <li>For the reasons above, and others I'm not getting into, it's been historically hard to sell the implementation of DevOps. As it's not widely adopted, it's seen as expense that is not worth the trouble</li>
    <li>Salesforce implementations don't always have the people it takes to lead a project with a DevOps culture, and these people are highly in demand, and are super expensive as well, which also makes it a hard sell sometimes</li>
    </ul>
    <p>After writing that list, things seem to be very bleak, but that's really not the case, as most of those are changing!</p>
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    <h1>Azure devops ansible</h1>
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    <br />
    <h3>Automate Microsoft Azure simply</h3>
    <p>Chances are teams in your organization are already successfully deploying workloads in public cloud. As more new applications are built natively for the cloud, IT leaders are looking for ways to deliver a consistent customer experience and management strategy across cloud and on-premise applications. The good news - if your IT teams are already using Ansible to describe on-premise infrastructure and applications, then you can easily use these descriptions to automate the same workloads in Microsoft Azure.</p>
    <p>Azure supports customers? push to hybrid cloud in the areas of infrastructure, user identity and management. Using Ansible to automate these Azure services gives organizations the flexibility to run workloads where they best make sense.</p>
    <h3>Automate once, Deploy anywhere</h3>
    <p>Ansible?s library of Azure modules makes it easy to provision instances, networks, and complete Azure infrastructure whenever you need, and in any region you require. For example, the same simple Playbook language you use for application deployment and on-prem automation also provisions your Azure infrastructure, applying the correct configuration.</p>
    <p>Once you use Ansible to define your application locally, you can repeatedly deploy and redeploy the application. Re-deploying it to a different infrastructure is as straightforward as defining your Azure environment and then applying your application?s Playbook. No more surprises. Because of its power and flexibility, Ansible ensures your Azure deployments work seamlessly in a hybrid cloud configuration as easily as you build a single system.</p>
    <h3>Windows, Linux, Services, Networks AND MORE</h3>
    <p>Azure hosts a lot more than just Windows, and thankfully Ansible automates it all. Ansible has been designed for cloud deployments from the beginning, and Ansible easily allows you to provision a variety of Azure cloud services. Whether you?re building a simple 3-tier application, or a complicated set of virtual private clouds, services, and applications, your Azure environments can be described in Ansible Playbooks, and then scaled out across regions.</p>
    <p>Ansible has modules for many different Azure capabilities, including:</p>
    <p><ul>
    <li>Virtual Machines</li>
    <li>Virtual Networks</li>
    <li>Storage and Storage Accounts</li>
    <li>Resource Groups</li>
    <li>Security Groups</li>
    <li>Resource Manager Templated Deployments</li>
    </ul>
    </p>
    <p>Ansible also has hundreds and hundreds of additional modules that help you manage every aspect of your Linux, Windows, UNIX, network infrastructure, and applications - regardless of where they're deployed.</p>
    <h3>Automating in Azure at Scale</h3>
    <p>As your Azure footprint and supporting teams grow, you will realize the need for controls to restrict users? ability to modify certain environments. The answer is simple: Red Hat ? Ansible ? Tower gives you an enterprise framework for controlling, securing and managing Ansible automation with a UI and RESTful API.</p>
    <p>Ansible Tower helps teams who use Ansible with an extensive set of role-based access controls that ensures users will only have access to the Azure resources (networks, systems, security groups, etc.) that are required for their job. Plus, Ansible Tower encrypts credentials such as Azure and SSH keys so that you can delegate simple automation jobs to junior employees without giving out the (literal) keys to the kingdom.</p>
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    <h1>Vsts apis</h1>
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    <h1>Accessing TFS/VSTS 2017 programmatically</h1>
    <p>Being able to have access to the data in Team Foundation Server (TFS)/Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) can be useful for automating processes where, for instance, you want to either create custom reports, or trigger certain actions based on certain conditions in your development process. Prior to TFS 2017 (and VSTS), the known method was to use the NuGet packages <em>Microsoft.TeamFoundationServer.Client</em> to perform such tasks. With the arrival of TFS 2017/VSTS, Microsoft introduced a REST API that can be used to access the same data. This is a great news as this enables multiple programming languages to access TFS/VSTS. In this post, I will show you how to access your data using both the package and through the API.</p>
    <h2>Accessing TFS/VSTS through the Client package</h2>
    <p>The examples I am showing uses the Microsoft.TeamFoundationServer.Client 15.X version. Version 14 differs slightly in how to get access to the various parts of TFS.</p>
    <p>Here are the different sub-parts you can access along with their respective class.</p>
    <p><strong>Build</strong>: BuildHttpClient (Microsoft.TeamFoundationServer.Build.WebApi) <br /><strong>Chat</strong>: ChatHttpClient (Microsoft.TeamFoundationServer.Chat.WebApi) <br /><strong>Core</strong> (core tfs stuff includes project, process, team, etc): See Classes in Microsoft.TeamFoundationServer.Core.WebApi ending with HttpClient <br /><strong>Dashboards</strong>: DashboardHttpClient (Microsoft.TeamFoundationServer.Dashboards.WebApi) <br /><strong>Policy</strong>: PolicyHttpClient (Microsoft.TeamFoundationServer.Policy.WebApi) <br /><strong>Source Control (TFS)</strong>: TfvsHttpClient (Microsoft.TeamFoundationServer.SourceControl.WebApi) <br /><strong>Source Control (GIT)</strong>: GitHttpClient (Microsoft.TeamFoundationServer.SourceControl.WebApi) <br /><strong>Test</strong>: TestHttpClient (Microsoft.TeamFoundationServer.Test.WebApi) <br /><strong>Test Management</strong>: TestManagementHttpClient (Microsoft.TeamFoundationServer.TestManagement.WebApi) <br /><strong>Work</strong>: WorkHttpClient (Microsoft.TeamFoundationServer.Work.WebApi) <br /><strong>Work Item Tracking</strong>: WorkItemTrackingHttpClient (Microsoft.TeamFoundationServer.WorkItemTracking.WebApi)</p>
    <p>To connect to a part of TFS/VSTS, for instance BuildServer or SourceControl, one can use the code below. The important part is the connection . GetClient T > method which is the one responsible to give you access to the sub-parts.</p>
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    Accessing TFS/VSTS 2017 programmatically Being able to have access to the data in Team Foundation Server (TFS)/Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) can be useful for automating processes where, for
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    <h1>Azure DevOps Task to Deploy Code for Micosoft Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations</h1>
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    <blockquote><p>Azure Pipelines helps you implement a build, test, and deployment pipeline for any application</p></blockquote>
    <blockquote><p>You can also use Azure Pipelines to manage code integration and delivery (CI/CD) in your Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations implementation projects</p></blockquote>
    <p>Recently the Azure DevOps Task to Deploy Code for Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations is announced by: https://community.dynamics.com/365/...19/04/30/azure-devops-task-to-deploy-code</p>
    <p>Normally when you want to have a proper application life cycle management in your application landscape, you want to be able to make use of all features of the Azure Pipelines like scheduling, approvals, gates, etc.</p>
    <p>The working of the Asset Deployment building block is perfectly described in the articles I'm referring in the <strong>References</strong> section in the end of this article. Just scroll down.</p>
    <p>There is only one important point to figure out:</p>
    <blockquote><p>How we might be able to remeber the Asset File ID of the Life Cycle Services (LCS) after uploading the deployable package to the LCS Asset Library ?</p></blockquote>
    <p>This becomes more important if you want to have <strong>more than one stage</strong> in your release pipeline and make use of specific features like performing approvals before deploying new packages to an environment.</p>
    <p>Here is the way I've tried to solve this question.</p>
    <p><strong>Preparation</strong></p>
    <p><ul>
    <li>Off course you would need to follow the reference articles to have the basics in-place</li>
    <li>Manage permissions by modifying the Release definition > Security > Project Collection Build Service > Manage releases : Allow</li>
    <li>Create a new variable by modifying the Release definition > Variables > Pipeline variables > Add new variable : <strong>LcsAssetId</strong>, and mark it as "Settable at release time"</li>
    <li>On the Stage where you upload the file, Go to Agent Job > Additional Options > Allow scipts to access the OAuth token : Yes</li>
    <li>On the Upload task, Go to Reference name and fill in "Upload", then you should see Upload.FileAssetId under the Vaiables list</li>
    </ul>
    </p>
    <p><strong>Save the LCS File Asset ID</strong></p>
    <p>Add an inline "PowerShell script" task right after the "Asset Upload" task</p>
    <p>Now it is time to use the following PowerShell script as the source to save the <em>Upload.FileAssetId</em> to our newly created Release pipeline variable <em>LcsAssetId</em></p>
    <p><strong>Use the Saved variable</strong></p>
    <p>Next step is to use the saved variable $(LcsAssetId), this is the most easy step and can be full filled just by filling this $(LcsAssetId) in the field "LCS File Asset Id" of your Deploy task.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://media-exp1.licdn.com/dms/image/C5612AQH9BFjMFNhpng" /></p>
    <p><strong>Conclusion</strong></p>
    <p>Using the new Code Deployment building block we might use the Azure Pipelines and build an end to end release pipeline story with all available features on Azure Pipelines such as approvals, gates, triggers, etc.</p>
    <p>Hope this helps other people who are busy in the field and trying to achieve the same. Please let me know if you have any suggestion and/or improvement on this. Thanks!</p>
    <p><strong>References</strong></p>
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    Azure Pipelines helps you implement a build, test, and deployment pipeline for any application You can also use Azure Pipelines to manage code integration and delivery (CI/CD) in your Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations implementation projects Recently the Azure DevOps Task to Deploy C
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    <h1>Migration Tools for Azure DevOps</h1>
    <h2>naked Agility with Martin Hinshelwood</h2>
    <h1>Azure DevOps Migration Tools <img src="https://img.shields.io/chocolatey/dt/vsts-sync-migrator.svg" /> <img src="https://img.shields.io/github/release/nkdAgility/vsts-sync-migration.svg" /> </h1>
    <p>The Azure DevOps Migration Tools allow you to bulk edit and migrate data between Team Projects on both Microsoft Team Foundation Server (TFS) and Azure DevOps Services. Take a look at the documentation to find out how. This project is published as code on GitHub as well as a Azure DevOps Migration Tools on Chocolatey.</p>
    <p> </p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://raw.githubusercontent.com/n...on-tools-naked-agility-martin-hinshelwood.png" /></p>
    <p><strong>WARNING: This tool is not designed for a novice. This tool was developed to support the scenarios below, and the edge cases that have been encountered by the 30+ contributors from around the Azure DevOps community. You should be comfortable with the TFS/Azure DevOps object model, as well as debugging code in Visual Studio.</strong> <strong>Community support is available through GitHub and StackOverflow; Paid support is available through our recommended consultants as well as our contributors and many DevOps consultants around the world.</strong></p>
    <h2>What can you do with this tool?</h2>
    <ul>
    <li>Migrate Work Items , TestPlans & Suits , Teams , & Shared Queries from one Team Project to another</li>
    <li>Migrate Work Items , TestPlans & Suits , Teams , & Shared Queries from one Organisation to another</li>
    <li>Bulk edit of Work Items accross an entire Project .</li>
    </ul>
    <h3>What versions of Azure DevOps & TFS do you support?</h3>
    <ul>
    <li>Work Item Migration Supports all versions of TFS 2013+ and all versions of Azure DevOps</li>
    <li>You can move from any Tfs/AzureDevOps source to any Tfs/AzureDevOps target.</li>
    <li>Process Template migration only supports XML based Projects</li>
    </ul>
    <h3>Typical Uses of this tool</h3>
    <ul>
    <li>Merge many projects into a single project</li>
    <li>Split one project into many projects</li>
    <li>Assistance in changing Process Templates</li>
    <li>Bulk edit of Work Items</li>
    <li>Migration of Test Suites & Test Plans</li>
    <li>Migrate from one Language version of TFS / Azure Devops to another (<em>new v9.0</em>)</li>
    </ul>
    <p><strong>NOTE: If you are able to migrate your entire Collection to Azure DevOps Services you should use Azure DevOps Migration Service from Microsoft. If you have a requirement to change Process Template then you will need to do that before you move to Azure DevOps Services.</strong></p>
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    <h4>Tfs vsts</h4>
    Extension for Azure DevOps - Azure DevOps Migration Tools allow you to migrate Teams, Work Items, and Plans &amp; Suits from one Project to another in Azure DevOps/TFS both within the same Organisation, and between Organisations.
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    <h1>Simplilearn and Caltech CTME to Launch Online Post Graduate Program in DevOps</h1>
    <p>Collaboration Will Offer a Comprehensive Program in DevOps for Learners Around the Globe BANGALORE, June 1, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Simplilearn, a global provider of digital skills training, today announced its collaboration with CTME (Caltech's Center for Technology and Management Education) to offer a specialized Post Graduate Program in DevOps. CTME joins Purdue University and a growing list of higher education partners offering joint professional learning programs with Simplilearn. This is the first of Simplilearn's Post Graduate Programs to be launched simultaneously around the globe.</p>
    <p>The Post Graduate Program (PGP) in DevOps brings together the academic excellence of CTME, the professional education arm of Caltech, with Simplilearn's award-winning Blended Learning delivery model. The Blended Learning environment combines live online classes, self-paced learning, labs and projects, extensive peer-interaction, and 24/7 access to Teaching Assistants (TA's).</p>
    <p>The online program will be offered in India and select international locations to help prepare a global workforce for advances in software engineering. Aspiring developers and technologists will learn essential skills in architecture, coding, and cloud computing.</p>
    <p>On completion of the program, learners will have a core understanding of various automation tools for developing digital pipelines (Continuous Integration/Continuous Development) and designs, and implementing software integration across the DevOps lifecycle. Learners will be equipped with the skillset to manage workflow automation through integration and deployment processes, along with front-end and back-end coding skills.</p>
    <p>Along with a comprehensive curriculum that covers the core concepts and the latest industry best practices, the program also provides over 20 live projects to work on, Capstone projects in four industry domains, and Masterclass from experts at CTME. This blended learning approach ensures that the program participants receive an in-depth understanding of the fundamentals and abundant opportunities for hands-on practice and learning.</p>
    <p>Speaking on the launch of the program, Anand Narayanan, Chief Product Officer, Simplilearn said, 'With rapid technological advancements, the expectation from organizations to expedite delivery of quality tech products and services is a given. It is this need gap that efficient implementation of DevOps can address, also indicating the growing career prospects for DevOps based job roles. At Simplilearn, we use our understanding of the growing sectoral requirements to make our PGP program more comprehensive: we deep-dive into each program module and cover a wide range of related subjects. By introducing the PGP DevOps program in collaboration with CTME, we aim to create a job-ready workforce by equipping learners with industry-specific skills.' 'Today, the world is in the process of digital transformation, and professionals urgently need to equip themselves with the right skills to stay ahead of the curve. CTME's Post Graduate Program, in association with Simplilearn, offers a comprehensive curriculum and provides an opportunity for career growth in the DevOps domain,' said Dr. Rick Hefner, Program Director, CTME. 'We are happy to collaborate with a leading digital training company to offer these certificate programs to aspiring engineers and coders. The organizations that harness digital capabilities help spark the innovations that can help society.' On completion of the PGP DevOps program, participants will receive a joint industry-recognized certificate from CTME and Simplilearn, CTME Circle Membership, and be eligible for 25 CEUs (Continued Education Units) that can be applied to professional qualifications and employer development requirements. The program graduates of the PGP will also be enrolled in Simplilearn's JobAssist job placement service.</p>
    <p>About Simplilearn Simplilearn enables professionals and enterprises to succeed in the fast-changing digital economy. The company provides outcome-based online training across digital technologies and applications such as Big Data, Machine Learning, AI, Cloud Computing, Cyber Security, Digital Marketing, and other emerging technologies. Based in San Francisco and Bangalore, India, Simplilearn has helped more than one million professionals and 1,000 companies across 150 countries get trained, acquire certifications, and reach their business and career goals. The company's Blended Learning curriculum combines self-paced online learning, instructor-led live virtual classrooms, hands-on projects, student collaboration, and 24/7 global teaching assistance.</p>
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    Collaboration Will Offer a Comprehensive Program in DevOps for Learners Around the Globe BANGALORE, June 1, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Simplilearn, a global provider of digital skills training, today announced its collaboration with CTME (Caltech&#x27;s Center for Technology and Management Education) to offer a specialized Post Graduate Program in DevOps. CTME joins Purdue University and a growing list of higher education partners offering joint professional learning programs with Simplilearn. This is the first of Simplilearn&#x27;s Post Graduate Programs to be launched simultaneously around the globe.
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    <h1>Canary devops</h1>
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    <h1>CanaryRelease</h1>
    <p><b>Canary release</b> is a technique to reduce the risk of introducing a new software version in production by slowly rolling out the change to a small subset of users before rolling it out to the entire infrastructure and making it available to everybody.</p>
    <p>Similar to a BlueGreenDeployment, you start by deploying the new version of your software to a subset of your infrastructure, to which no users are routed.</p>
    <p>When you are happy with the new version, you can start routing a few selected users to it. There are different strategies to choose which users will see the new version: a simple strategy is to use a random sample; some companies choose to release the new version to their internal users and employees before releasing to the world; another more sophisticated approach is to choose users based on their profile and other demographics.</p>
    <p>As you gain more confidence in the new version, you can start releasing it to more servers in your infrastructure and routing more users to it. A good practice to rollout the new version is to repurpose your existing infrastructure using PhoenixServers or to provision new infrastructure and decommission the old one using ImmutableServers.</p>
    <p>Canary release is an application of ParallelChange, where the migrate phase lasts until all the users have been routed to the new version. At that point, you can decomission the old infrastructure. If you find any problems with the new version, the rollback strategy is simply to reroute users back to the old version until you have fixed the problem.</p>
    <p>A benefit of using canary releases is the ability to do capacity testing of the new version in a production environment with a safe rollback strategy if issues are found. By slowly ramping up the load, you can monitor and capture metrics about how the new version impacts the production environment. This is an alternative approach to creating an entirely separate capacity testing environment, because the environment will be as production-like as it can be.</p>
    <p>Although the name for this technique might not be familiar [1] , the practice of canary releasing has been adopted for some time. Sometimes it is referred to as a <b>phased rollout</b> or an <b>incremental rollout</b>.</p>
    <p>In large, distributed scenarios, instead of using a router to decide which users will be redirected to the new version, it is also common to use different partitioning strategies. For example: if you have geographically distributed users, you can rollout the new version to a region or a specific location first; if you have multiple brands you can rollout to a single brand first, etc. Facebook chooses to use a strategy with multiple canaries, the first one being visible only to their internal employees and having all the FeatureToggles turned on so they can detect problems with new features early.</p>
    <p>Canary releases can be used as a way to implement A/B testing due to similarities in the technical implementation. However, it is preferable to avoid conflating these two concerns: while canary releases are a good way to detect problems and regressions, A/B testing is a way to test a hypothesis using variant implementations. If you monitor business metrics to detect regressions with a canary [2] , also using it for A/B testing could interfere with the results. On a more practical note, it can take days to gather enough data to demonstrate statistical significance from an A/B test, while you would want a canary rollout to complete in minutes or hours.</p>
    <p>One drawback of using canary releases is that you have to manage multiple versions of your software at once. You can even decide to have more than two versions running in production at the same time, however it is best to keep the number of concurrent versions to a minimum.</p>
    <p>Another scenario where using canary releases is hard is when you distribute software that is installed in the users' computers or mobile devices. In this case, you have less control over when the upgrade to the new version happens. If the distributed software communicates with a backend, you can use ParallelChange to support both versions and monitor which client versions are being used. Once the usage numbers fall to a certain level, you can then contract the backend to only support the new version.</p>
    <p>Managing database changes also requires attention when doing canary releases. Again, using ParallelChange is a technique to mitigate this problem. It allows the database to support both versions of the application during the rollout phase.</p>
    <h2>Further Reading</h2>
    <p>Canary release is described by Jez Humble and Dave Farley in the book Continuous Delivery.</p>
    <p>In this talk, Chuck Rossi describes Facebook's release process and their use of canary releases in more detail.</p>
    <h2>Acknowledgements</h2>
    <p>Thanks to many ThoughtWorks colleagues for their feedback: Jez Humble, Rohith Rajagopal, Charles Haynes, Andrew Maddison, Mark Taylor, Sunit Parekh, and Sam Newman.</p>
    <h2>Notes</h2>
    <p>1: The name for this technique originates from miners who would carry a canary in a cage down the coal mines. If toxic gases leaked into the mine, it would kill the canary before killing the miners. A canary release provides a similar form of early warning for potential problems before impacting your entire production infrastructure or user base.</p>
    <p>2: The technique of monitoring business metrics and automatically rolling back a release on a statistically significant regression is known as a <b>cluster immune system</b> and was pioneered by IMVU. They describe this and other practices in their Continuous Deployment approach in this blog post.</p>
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    <h4>Canary devops</h4>
    CanaryRelease Canary release is a technique to reduce the risk of introducing a new software version in production by slowly rolling out the change to a small subset of users before rolling it
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    <h1>Azure devops deploy to iis</h1>
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    <h1>Deploy a new IIS Web Site with Azure DevOps Pipelines</h1>
    <p>I was experimenting with deploying a completely new Web Site to a machine with a brand new IIS installation to see what are the required parameter to do a basic deployment.<br />I share here my findings.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><ul>
    <li>The best approach is to deploy with a deployment group job. This way can use the IIS tasks that Microsoft provides that don?t rely on WinRM.</li>
    </ul>
    <img style="float: left; margin: 0 10px 5px 0;" src="https://ilclubdellesei.files.wordpress.com/2019/04/image-6.png" />Deployment group job <ul>
    <li>When we want to create a brand new Web Site we have to double check to enable the Add Binding option and the configure authentication.</li>
    </ul>
    </p>
    <ul>
    <li>For this exepriment my binding was to unassigned IPs and port 80.</li>
    </ul>
    <img src="https://ilclubdellesei.files.wordpress.com/2019/04/image-2.png" /><ul>
    <li>The IIS Authentication was the anonymous kind.</li>
    </ul>
    <img src="https://ilclubdellesei.files.wordpress.com/2019/04/image-3.png" />Auth config <ul>
    <li>I also configured a dedicated App Pool for this Web Site.</li>
    </ul>
    <ul>
    <li>The next 2 steps in the Deployment Group Job where pretty easy: we deploy the website content and then we start the Web Site.</li>
    </ul>
    <img src="https://ilclubdellesei.files.wordpress.com/2019/04/image-7.png" />Deploy <img src="https://ilclubdellesei.files.wordpress.com/2019/04/image-8.png" />Start
    <p>Well done! Now we can deploy a Web Site with Azure DevOps! This is the final result for my experiment.</p>
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    <h4>Azure devops deploy to iis</h4>
    I was experimenting with deploying a completely new Web Site to a machine with a brand new IIS installation to see what are the required parameter to do a basic deployment.I share here my findings. The best approach is to deploy with a deployment group job. This way can use the IIS tasks that Microsoft&hellip;
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    <h1>Microservices in devops</h1>
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    <h1>Microservices and containers together enable DevOps</h1>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://apifriends.com/wp-content/u...pg-sh-reddy-photo-e15330471894351-696x465.jpg" /></p>
    <p>There is a lot of buzz in the market on the topics of Microservices, Containers, and DevOps. Let?s see how organizations and their IT teams can produce new software capabilities and services more efficiently by utilizing a modern application software design and development processes such as Container-based Microservices and DevOps methodology</p>
    <h2>Microservices and containers</h2>
    <p>Containers and microservices are rapidly becoming the norm for enterprise organizations. According to the DZone Guide to Microservices, 64 percent of technology professionals used containers in the mainstream in 2017 and 89 percent are either already using or interested in using microservices.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://apifriends.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/microservice-21-300x249.png" /></p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://apifriends.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/microservice-11-300x251.png" /></p>
    <p>Containers are often used to run each individual Microservice, serving as convenient, lightweight ?envelopes? that allow the software to be truly portable. They offer the right abstraction to encapsulate Microservices and both enable agility, speed and resource efficiency for many tasks that developers work daily.</p>
    <h2>Microservices and DevOps</h2>
    <p>Another trend that is capturing the imagination of enterprise IT is Microservices with DevOps, which is changing the way they work today. According to industry analysis, the DevOps & Microservice Ecosystem market will grow globally at a robust CAGR of 16% between 2017 and 2022, reaching $10 billion by 2021<strong>.</strong></p>
    <p>The evolution of DevOps and Microservices started with transforming monolithic applications into decomposed services. As organizations realize that agile transformation in application development isn?t enough to meet the agility needs of today?s fast-paced, hyper-competitive markets, they are fast embracing DevOps as the de facto IT mantra. In general, DevOps represents more of a cultural shift for developers than a technological one. With traditional, monolithic applications, there is a steep learning curve for developers to become familiar with a particular codebase. In a DevOps environment, there?s more flexibility. Once the organization understands the value of DevOps, they transform themselves culturally to bring in close collaboration between different stakeholders (developers, operations and businesses) and pick the <u>right tools to complement</u> each other.</p>
    <p>Microservices architecture emerged from a common set of DevOps ideologies that came into being at companies like Amazon, Netflix, Facebook, Google, and several others. Those companies that excelled at DevOps also shared common approaches to software development and had similar organizational structures and development cultures. Looking for a vendor who has knowledge and experience in the technologies and industries that you need is important.</p>
    <h2>Microservices + containers = successful DevOps</h2>
    <p>While the benefits of DevOps are obvious, the intersection between using microservices and containers to support a DevOps environment is starting to become clear. DevOps approach targets the entire software delivery pipeline which can increase deployment frequency and lead to faster time-to-market for products. Organizations that use DevOps often see lower failure rates of new releases, shortened lead time between fixes and faster mean time to recovery.</p>
    <p>Another benefit of using containers and microservices in a DevOps environment is that developers can independently deploy each service, which helps with fault isolation. If a part is problematic in a monolithic application, those issues can bring down the entire system. With containerization and microservices, that?s not the case.</p>
    <h2>Consider two key aspects of microservices</h2>
    <ol>
    <li>Packaging and deploying applications so they are portable across cloud providers.</li>
    <li>Model the application into loosely coupled, single-function components that use REST for communication.</li>
    </ol>
    <p>Organizations use containers to package and deploy monolithic and microservices-based applications. Many developers use Dockers, such as, because it offers a simple way to package the code and push it to the release pipeline, which streamlines the DevOps workflow.</p>
    <p>With DevOps and microservices, developer teams can work on the loosely coupled application and choose the technology stack best suited for their requirements. It also enables new team members to ramp up more quickly to become familiar with the service they are working on.</p>
    <h2>Conclusion</h2>
    <p>The combination of Microservices, Containers, and DevOps has a great potential to transform enterprise IT and help organizations compete effectively not just today but also in the future.</p>
    <p>There is no doubt that the combination of Microservices, Containers, and DevOps together work better together. With increased agility and flexibility, microservices and containers can be an ideal complement to an enterprise?s DevOps environment.</p>
    <h2>Microservices in devops</h2>

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    <h4>Microservices in devops</h4>
    This complelling article showcases how Microservices, Containers and DevOps working together are a great fit.
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    <h1>Practical DevOps with Microsoft Azure</h1>
    <h2>Чему вы научитесь</h2>
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    <h3>DevOps with Azure 30 лекции ? 2 ч 42 мин</h3>
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    <h2>Требования</h2>
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    <p>You might have come across slow development cycles due to traditional infrastructure management processes. Azure DevOps is everything you need to build your software product from beginning to end! The project helps to deploy applications, add test environment to validate your production, manage the code flow and high quality. If you?re looking to automate your operations to deliver reliable code & software faster with Azure DevOps then is the perfect Course for you!</p>
    <p>This comprehensive 2-in-1 course follows a hands-on approach to plan, manage and monitor your applications by implementing DevOps using Microsoft Azure. Initially, you?ll acquire a deeper insight into implementing DevOps. You?ll understand how containerization technologies work as well as execute tests across your applications with continuous integration. Moving further, you?ll work with DevOps for modern-day application lifecycle management and automate your apps on the Azure Cloud platform. Finally, you?ll configure a full CI/CD pipeline for any Azure app using the language and app framework you want.</p>
    <p>Towards the end of this course, you'll be able to automate your operations on the cloud with Azure DevOps to deliver software faster and more reliably with DevOps projects on Azure.</p>
    <p><strong>Contents and Overview</strong></p>
    <p>This training program includes 2 complete courses, carefully chosen to give you the most comprehensive training possible.</p>
    <p>The first course, <em>DevOps with Azure</em>, covers Implementing DevOps using Microsoft Azure. This course is a complete guide on how to implement DevOps using Microsoft Azure. You'll learn how to plan your projects with agile tools, manage your code using Git, and deploy your code through the best CI/CD systems. You'll be empowered to get full traceability and visibility across all your development activity. By the end of this course, you will learn how you can get Azure on board as a unified DevOps environment.</p>
    <p>The second course, <em>Hands-On DevOps on Azure,</em> covers delivering software faster and more reliably with DevOps projects on Azure. In this course, you will delve into the DevOps support on Microsoft Azure and investigate about the teams that can migrate their existing DevOps solutions to Microsoft Azure, using Azure DevOps project. By the end of this course, you will be an expert in testing, deploying, and monitoring your applications with Azure.</p>
    <p>Towards the end of this course, you'll be able to automate your operations on the cloud with Azure DevOps to deliver software faster and more reliably with DevOps projects on Azure.</p>
    <p><strong>About the Authors</strong></p>
    <p><strong>Allen ONeill</strong> is a consulting engineer with a background in enterprise systems. He runs his own company specializing in system architecture, optimization, and scaling. Allen is a chartered engineer, a Fellow of the British Computing Society, and a Microsoft MVP and Insider, a CodeProject and C# Corner MVP.</p>
    <p><strong>Afzaal Ahmad Zeeshan</strong> is a computer programmer from Rabwah, Pakistan, and likes .NET Core for regular everyday development. He is an expert with Cloud, Mobile, and API development. Afzaal has experience with the Azure platform and likes to build cross-platform libraries/software with .NET Core. Twice he has been awarded Microsoft MVP status for his work in the field of software development, twice CodeProject MVP status for technical writing and mentoring, and 3 times C# Corner MVP status in the same field.</p>
    <p><strong>Iqra Ali</strong> is a software engineer at MIXIT-Technologies USA and an author at CodeProject and CSharpCorner, and she is from Karachi, Pakistan. She spends most of her time contributing to open source world and authoring technical articles. Iqra is an expert .NET developer and has worked on several .NET and DevOps related projects in her professional career. In her spare time, she spends time contributing to CSharpCorner and other alike platforms, helping others in the open communities.</p>
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    <h1>AZ-400 Microsoft Azure DevOps Expert ? 2020</h1>
    <h4>Published by Piyush Sharma</strong> on November 6, 2020 November 6, 2020</h4>
    <p>AZ-400 Microsoft Azure DevOps Expert ? 2020</p>
    <h3>Requirements</h3>
    <p><strong>Description</strong></p>
    <p><strong>BEST WAYS TO PREPARE FOR YOUR MICROSOFT AZURE CERTIFICATION EXAM</strong></p>
    <p><strong>KEY TRAINING ADVICE</strong>: Although the actual Microsoft Azure AZ-400 exam has a pass mark of 72%, we recommend that you repeatedly retake our Microsoft Azure AZ-400 practice exams until you consistently score 80% or higher. We encourage you to put in the work and study the training notes in detail. Once you achieve the recommended score in the practice tests ? you are ready to sit the exam and achieve a great score!</p>
    <p><strong>CONFORM WITH EXAM BLUEPRINT</strong>: Using our Microsoft Azure AZ-400 Practice Exams can help you gain experience with the test question format and understand how the questions in the real Microsoft Azure AZ-400 exam are structured. Unfortunately, there are many Microsoft Azure AZ-400 practice tests in the market that do NOT match the format of the exam pattern. Rest assured that with our practice tests, you will be adequately prepared for the real Microsoft Azure AZ-400 exam.</p>
    <p><strong>Looking for Azure DevOps Training?</strong></p>
    <p>Azure DevOps professionals combine people, process, and technologies to continuously deliver valuable products and services that meet end user needs and business objectives. It is fast becoming the must have certification for any IT Professional working on Cloud and DevOps Platform.</p>
    <p>Before this, even if you have never logged in Azure Platform by the end of this course you will able to take Certification Exam. A little programming and workstation setup experience is required for this.</p>
    <p>Most of the Lectures in this course are between 1-4 minutes and demonstration are between 3-7 minutes.</p>
    <p>I am a Microsoft Certified Trainer having more than 10+ years of experience as Instructor and Cloud Expert Consultant. This course is fairly priced and its cheap than most of the courses available in market. I am not doing any full time job and work as a Freelance., because I love teaching so much. In last couple of years most of my students where asking me to prepare a Digital course for Many Azure , AWS and Gitlab Courses. So here I am releasing my Azure DevOps Expert Course. Hope you Like and Best of Luck !!</p>
    <p><em>Don?t forget I am here at your service, if any question, suggestion reach me out and I assure I will definitely help you out.</em></p>
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    <h1>Jira to Azure DevOps/TFS work item migration tool</h1>
    <h2>Solidify AB</h2>
    <p>The Jira to Azure DevOps work item migration tool lets you export data from Jira and import it as work items in Azure DevOps or Microsoft Team Foundation Server.</p>
    <p> <table> <thead> <tr> <th>Build</th> <th>Quality</th> <th>Release</th> </tr> </th> </table> </p>
    <h1>Features</h1>
    <p>This tool lets you migrate work item from Jira to Azure DevOps or Microsoft Team Foundation Server. The tool has two parts, first Jira issues are exported to files then we import the files to Azure DevOps/TFS. We believe this is a good approach to migration since it allows you to export the data to migrate and validate it before importing it. It also makes it easy to migrate in batches.</p>
    <p>Some of the capabilities include:</p>
    <p><ul>
    <li>Export Jira issues from Jira queries</li>
    <li>Map users from Jira to users in Azure DevOps/TFS</li>
    <li>Migrate work item field data</li>
    <li>Migrate links and attachments</li>
    <li>Migrate history</li>
    </ul>
    </p>
    <h1>Getting the tools</h1>
    <ul>
    <li>Download the latest release from GitHub and extract the files to your local workspace.</li>
    </ul>
    <h1>Getting started</h1>
    <p>The tools are provided as-is and will require detailed understanding of how to migrate work items between different systems in order to do a successful migration. If you need support or help with migrations feel free to contact the team at Solidify for expert consulting services.</p>
    <p><ul>
    <li>See the migration process overview for information on how to get started.</li>
    <li>Read the article Jira to VSTS migration: migrating work items for more context of the process.</li>
    <li>Read the article Jira to Azure DevOps (VSTS or TFS) migration for a complete step-by-step walkthrough on a migration.</li>
    </ul>
    </p>
    <h1>Tested with</h1>
    <p>The Jira to Azure DevOps work item migration tool has been tested on the following configurations:</p>
    <p><ul>
    <li>Atlassian Jira Cloud</li>
    <li>Atlassian Jira Server 7.0.0</li>
    <li>Azure DevOps Services</li>
    <li>Azure DevOps Server ("TFS 2019")</li>
    <li>Team Foundation Server 2018 update 3</li>
    </ul>
    </p>
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    Extension for Azure DevOps - Jira to Azure DevOps Migration Tool. Using this tool you can export data from Jira and import it as work items in Azure DevOps and Team Foundation Server.
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    <h1> Splunk Careers </h1>
    <h2>DevOps Engineer</h2>
    <p>Engineering Krakow, Poland</p>
    <p>Join us on the DevOps Engineering Team, working on our vision to make machine data accessible, usable, and valuable to everyone! You will configure and maintain our customer-facing SaaS product, Splunk Cloud. Come join a team that is striving for operational awesomeness and trying to automate the world. We have a large AWS presence, and you should have experience with AWS architecting, deployments, and networking. This is an incredible opportunity to use your existing cloud experience and drive the growth of the Splunk Cloud.</p>
    <p><strong>Role:</strong></p>
    <p>Splunk's Cloud group is looking for skilled DevOps Engineers to support and build our large scale Cloud offering. You will be working with a fun, diverse, geographically distributed team to deliver an excellent product and an extraordinary experience to our customers.</p>
    <p><strong>Qualifications:</strong></p>
    <p><ul>
    <li>You are passionate about building and running distributed systems at scale in production. You understand the challenges and trade-offs to be made when building and deploying systems to production.</li>
    <li>You constantly consider "How can I automate this process?"</li>
    <li>Knowledge of best practices related to security, performance, and disaster recovery.</li>
    <li>Skilled in identifying performance bottlenecks, spotting anomalous system behavior, and determining the root cause of incidents.</li>
    <li>Experience monitoring cloud environments using tools like Splunk, VictorOps, Nagios, Zabbix, and PagerDuty.</li>
    <li>You care about good documentation and appreciate how it allows a distributed team to function.</li>
    <li>Ability to tackle complex problems, resolve operational issues, and interact with vendors to find solutions.</li>
    <li>Comfortable working with critical, customer-facing issues and able to prioritize quickly when escalations happen.</li>
    </ul>
    </p>
    <p><strong>Requirements:</strong></p>
    <p><ul>
    <li>Extensive experience as a Linux system administrator supporting enterprise computing platforms and systems.</li>
    <li>Experience running complex systems in AWS, including Amazon EC2.</li>
    <li>Experience with Python or Shell for scripting, and Git or similar version control system.</li>
    <li>Experience supporting customer facing SaaS infrastructure or similar cloud related services.</li>
    <li>Splunk experience a plus.</li>
    <li>Bachelors Degree or comparable work experience.</li>
    </ul>
    </p>
    <p>We value diversity at our company. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or any other applicable legally protected characteristics in the location in which the candidate is applying.</p>
    <p>For job positions in San Francisco, CA, and other locations where required, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.</p>
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    <h1>Microsoft announces Azure DevOps, will succeed Visual Studio Team Services</h1>
    <h2>When it comes to customer expectations, the pandemic has changed everything</h2>
    <p>Learn how to accelerate customer service, optimize costs, and improve self-service in a digital-first world.</p>
    <p>Microsoft today announced Azure DevOps, the successor of Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS, formerly Visual Studio Online) and Azure DevOps Server, the successor of Team Foundation Server (TFS). The included services ?span the breadth of the development lifecycle to help developers ship software faster and with higher quality,? the company promises.</p>
    <p>The rebranding is not exactly a surprise, given that VSTS is essentially a cloud service backed by Microsoft Azure. Each Azure DevOps service is open and extensible, designed to work with any type of application, regardless of the framework, platform, or cloud. Azure DevOps supports both public and private cloud configurations.</p>
    <p>As for pricing, Azure DevOps is free for open source projects and small projects (up to five users). For larger teams, the cost ranges from $30 per month (10 users) to $6,150 per month (1,000 users).</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://venturebeat.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/boards2x.png" /></p>
    <p>Above: A developer using all Azure DevOps services together from the vantage point of Azure Boards.</p>
    <p>Azure DevOps includes:</p>
    <p><ul>
    <li>Azure Pipelines: CI/CD that works with any language, platform, and cloud. Connect to GitHub or any Git repository and deploy continuously. Azure Pipelines is also now available in the GitHub Marketplace.</li>
    <li>Azure Boards: Powerful work tracking with Kanban boards, backlogs, team dashboards, and custom reporting.</li>
    <li>Azure Artifacts: Maven, npm, and NuGet package feeds from public and private sources.</li>
    <li>Azure Repos: Unlimited cloud-hosted private Git repos for your project. Collaborative pull requests, advanced file management, and more.</li>
    <li>Azure Test Plans: All in one planned and exploratory testing solution.</li>
    </ul>
    </p>
    <p>It?s worth noting that Azure Pipelines offers free CI/CD with unlimited minutes and 10 parallel jobs for every open source project. Many of the top open source projects are already using Azure Pipelines for CI/CD, including Atom, Cpython, Pipenv, Tox, Visual Studio Code, and TypeScript.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://venturebeat.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/pipelinesbuild2x.png" /></p>
    <p>Above: Azure Pipelines used independently to build a GitHub repo.</p>
    <p>Microsoft says its ?millions? of VSTS users will be upgraded into Azure DevOps projects automatically, and promises they will not lose any functionally. Instead, VSTS will gain more choice and control since Azure DevOps services ?work great together.? That said, URLs will be changed from abc.visualstudio.com to dev.azure.com/abc, and redirects from visualstudio.com URLs will be supported to avoid broken links.</p>
    <p>VSTS users will also receive an updated user experience, which Microsoft will continue to iterate on based on feedback from the preview. New users will get the update today, and it will be enabled by default for existing users ?in the coming months.?</p>
    <p>Users of TFS, the on-premises counterpart of VSTS, will continue to receive updates based on features live in Azure DevOps. Starting with the next version of TFS, the product will be called Azure DevOps Server and will receive the normal cadence of updates (new features have typically been added to VSTS first and then migrated to the on-premises TFS version as updates at approximately three-month intervals).</p>
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    <h1>What Is Team Foundation Server?</h1>
    <h2>What Team Foundation Server Does</h2>
    <blockquote> <p>Team Foundation Server (Microsoft TFS) helps manage teams and their code. It's because TFS offers a combo of version control, issue tracking, and application lifecycle management. </p></blockquote>
    <h3>What Is Microsoft TFS Used For?</h3>
    <p>Microsoft TFS for source control has been around for more than a decade. And it has evolved a lot since its inception in 2005. There are professionals in the industry whose entire careers have been dedicated to managing TFS. Such expertise has been necessary because it was quite complicated to administer.</p>
    <p>Hands-on management was critical to deal with database changes, service packs, and countless upgrades that added numerous small features. TFS was complicated to use, because it was created when user experience (UX) was not a top priority for Microsoft. When comes to TFS testing, there was no to what was happening. Testing in TFS steps was difficult because there was relationship between bugs and failed tests.</p>
    <h2>Microsoft TFS Project Management</h2>
    <p>In 2012, TFS morphed into a tool that helped teams manage their software development projects using Agile. One of the primary reasons it became popular for Agile was because companies already had Microsoft licenses. It was a simple choice. This made it easier for teams to adopt and support new Agile software development process.</p>
    <p>Microsoft also created a dedicated TFS ALM tool. This light-weight tool could manage some requirements, but it lacked a robust and flexible model that can support large-scale global teams.</p>
    <p>On the version control side of things, TFS has had a couple of different approaches. Team Foundation Version Control (TFVC) was one centralized version control system. This system saved historical data using path-based branches created and maintained on a Windows server.</p>
    <h2>Microsoft TFS in the Cloud</h2>
    <p>Many people continue to run older on-premises versions of TFS. But Microsoft has been moving all the software it makes to the cloud. Some obvious examples include Office 365 and Azure, along with numerous smaller initiatives. For many, Microsoft?s cloud move was unexpected, but the benefits are clear. Azure has become a fast, secure, and integrated platform for Windows shops.</p>
    <p>It seems like no one ever expected Microsoft to openly embrace open source. But when you look at it closely, it makes sense. A big part of Microsoft?s strategy has been to win the hearts and minds of developers. Open Source has become popular with both developers and the companies they work for. As a result, Microsoft has put Git front and center in Visual Studio?s Source Code Control (SCC) integration.</p>
    <h3>TFS Evolution: What Is the Difference between VSTS and TFS?</h3>
    <p>So, TFS has morphed again. Today, VSTS (Visual Studio Team Services) is Microsoft?s Git code hosting, collaboration, and DevOps platform. It offers features comparable to other cloud-based Git tools and is the default version control system in Visual Studio. The on-premises version of VSTS is now called TFS. It looks nothing like the TFS of old. Microsoft?s GVFS (Git Virtual File System) runs on Windows servers and turns Git into a centralized, server-based system.</p>
    <p>You can continue to use your legacy TFVC with Visual Studio and other popular VCS systems. Perforce Helix Core continues to have very strong integrations with the popular integrated development environment (IDE). Helix Core?s plugin for Visual Studio (P4VS) has been downloaded almost 400,000 times.</p>
    <h2>TFS for Source Control: Evaluating the Git Takeover</h2>
    <p>But even after all of this, yet another morph for TFS for source control may be on the horizon with Microsoft?s recent acquisition of GitHub, the actual home of open source software. Public announcements from the leadership of both companies say they will continue to operate ?business as usual?, serving their respective communities.</p>
    <p>This being said, we all know things can change quickly in the technology marketplace. It seems very likely that, at some point in the future, GitHub and VSTS will merge. It isn?t much of a stretch to think that NuGet and other tools might make their way over to this combination. It will be interesting to see how Microsoft version control will evolve.</p>
    <h2>What?s the Best Replacement for Team Foundation Server?</h2>
    <p>If you are still using an older on-premises version of Microsoft TFS, consider joining many other companies who are taking advantage of this turning point to evaluate. Is Git and the new VSTS really the right set of technologies for your team?</p>
    <p><ul>
    <li>Large numbers of developers.</li>
    <li>Geographic locations.</li>
    <li>Very large files (and a lot of them).</li>
    <li>Automation needs.</li>
    </ul>
    </p>
    <p>Then Git may not be the right solution for you.</p>
    <h3>Helix Core + Git Support</h3>
    <p>TFS is like an old friend. But it?s one who wants give you handwritten directions, rather than plug an address into Google maps. It?s probably holding you back, or at least delaying your arrival.</p>
    <p>And at this point, it isn?t just the VCS in the mix, but also Agile project management and lifecycle management. Perforce tools deliver best-in-class functionality that exceeds the comparable functionality in TFS and TFVC.</p>
    <p>Helix Core ?version control from Perforce ? outperforms TFS for course control in performance for common operations such as branching, checking out files, and tagging files. It provides a solution that supports your DevOps and automation initiatives (and even works with Git).</p>
    <p>It can easily handle your version management operations more reliably. And Helix Core delivers satisfaction to your organization with faster performance, global scalability, better security, and support for DevOps at scale.</p>
    <p>Plus, you can try Helix Core free for five users</p>
    <h2>Tfs task management</h2>

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    <h4>Tfs task management</h4>
    Team Foundation Server (Microsoft TFS) helps manage teams and their code. It's because it offers TFS offers a combo of version control, issue tracking, and application lifecycle management. But with the recent Microsoft Git addition, what is the future for TFS for source control?
    <h5>Tfs task management</h5>
    Tfs task management <a href="http://remmont.com">Tfs task management</a> Tfs task management
    SOURCE: <h6>Tfs task management</h6> <a href="https://dev-ops.engineer/">Tfs task management</a> Tfs task management
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    <h1>Vsts jira</h1>
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    <h1>Azure DevOps (VSTS) Integration with Jira</h1>

    <p>Azure DevOps (VSTS) and Jira Integration ensures there is no scope for communication gaps or miscommunication between project management and development teams.</p>
    <h2>Azure DevOps (VSTS) and Jira Integration Overview</h2>
    <p>In an Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) ecosystem, the choice of systems, and the collaboration between the cross-functional teams play a great role. While the choice of systems impacts the productivity of a team, the cross-functional collaboration helps the teams get complete context of the business requirements.</p>
    <p>Best-of-breed systems such as Jira and Azure DevOps (VSTS) bring rich functionalities to the ecosystem. By integrating Azure DevOps (VSTS) with Jira, enterprises can seamlessly manage product development. The developers using Jira will have clear visibility into the exact feature requirements and real-time access to any changes/enhancements made to the requirements. On the other hand, Azure DevOps (VSTS) users will have a complete view of the development of a requirement that is progressing.</p>
    <h3>How Azure DevOps (VSTS) and Jira Integration is Beneficial for an Enterprise</h3>
    <ul>
    <li>Access to all test cases, defects, and QA plan</li>
    <li>Trace the requirement breakdown completely ? access the features, stories, tasks associated with the requirement</li>
    <li>Developers are always up-to-date on feature requirements and associated updates</li>
    <li>Track the estimated and actual development efforts</li>
    <li>Get complete context of the business requirement and receive real-time updates when there is a change in the plan</li>
    <li>Coordinate on the delivery timelines seamlessly with concurrent updates on changes</li>
    </ul>
    <h3>With Azure DevOps (VSTS) and Jira integration, enterprises can:</h3>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://cdn.shortpixel.ai/client/q_....com/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/VSTS-JIRA.png" /></p>
    <h3>How OpsHub Integration Manager integrates Jira and Azure DevOps (VSTS)</h3>
    <p><strong>OpsHub Integration Manager</strong> integrates Azure DevOps (VSTS) and Jira bi-directionally. It ensures that all historical and current data is available to each user, in that user?s preferred system, with full context, in real-time. All ?requirements? from Azure DevOps (VSTS) automatically synchronize to Jira where they are broken down to ?stories?. The completion of the story and the status of test results against it automatically synchronizes to Azure DevOps (VSTS).</p>
    <h3>Popularly synchronized entities</h3>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://cdn.shortpixel.ai/client/q_...ontent/uploads/2018/02/VSTS-JIRA-entities.png" /></p>
    <h3>Use Case: Jira integration with Azure DevOps (VSTS)</h3>
    <p><strong>Problem statement:</strong> Development team uses Jira and project management team uses Azure DevOps (VSTS). Both teams collaborate manually to exchange data and insights. This leads to miscommunication at multiple times. <br /><strong>Solution:</strong> When Jira and Azure DevOps (VSTS) are bi-directionally integrated using OpsHub Integration Manager, there is no scope for communication gaps or miscommunication between project management and development teams.</p>
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    <h4>Vsts jira</h4>
    Azure DevOps (VSTS) JIRA Integration Ensures There Is No Scope for Communication Gaps Between Teams. Integrate Azure DevOps (VSTS) with JIRA using OpsHub
    <h5>Vsts jira</h5>
    Vsts jira <a href="http://remmont.com">Vsts jira</a> Vsts jira
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    <h1>Vsts output variables</h1>
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    <h1>How to organize VSTS build output into separate folders?</h1>
    <p>I have seen teams not care about the structure of the build artifact, instead add several steps in their release pipeline to unclutter the binaries generated from the build output. It is fairly trivial to control the structure in which the build output gets published as an artifact to your TFS or VSTS build. In the spirit of pushing left (DevOps way of working), in this blogpost I?ll show you how to easily structure the build output in separate folders by using the copy task in the build pipeline.</p>
    <h2>Problem Statement</h2>
    <p>I have a solution file which when processed through the build pipeline generates a build output and add?s every folder that has any dll?s into the build output. Let?s double click to see where the real problem is,</p>
    <p>Folders that I have no interest in have been added as a build artifact</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://www.visualstudiogeeks.com/i.../002_defaultoutputhasfoldersthatidontneed.jpg" /></p>
    <p>The folders are nested into sub folders, and sub folders and further sub folders for stuff that I am interested in</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://www.visualstudiogeeks.com/images/screenshots/tarun/Mar18/001_defaultbuildoutput.jpg" /></p>
    <h2>Solution</h2>
    <p>A vanilla build pipeline add?s one copy step and one publish step in the build pipeline?</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://www.visualstudiogeeks.com/i...3_defaultpipelineonecopyandonepublishstep.jpg" /></p>
    <p>The build generates the binaries in the $(build.defaultworkingdirectory) folder, the copy step simply copies all the binaries from the default working directory $(build.defaultworkingdirectory) using the format **\bin\$(BuildConfiguration)\** into the artifact staging directory $(build.artifactstagingdirectory) ? The publish step as you would expect published everything that it finds in the $(build.artifactstagingdirectory)</p>
    <blockquote><p>The build copy step is your friend if you use it correctly?</p></blockquote>
    <p>Instead of overloading just one copy step to copy everything, I have added multiple copy steps. I?ve qualified each step to full qualify the folders I need to get rid of the multi level hierarchies in the artifact folder, see the example below?</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://d33wubrfki0l68.cloudfront.n..._multicopystepfullyqualifyandaddsubfolder.jpg" /></p>
    <p>With the new copy tasks in, the build output now looks like this?</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://www.visualstudiogeeks.com/i...005_buildoutputafterproposedmultistepcopy.jpg" /></p>
    <p>I hope you find this useful? #DevOpsOn?</p>
    <p>Know a better way of doing this? leave a comment?</p>
    <h2>Vsts output variables</h2>

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    <h4>Vsts output variables</h4>
    Wondering how to organize your VSTS Build Output into individual folders so you can directly consume it in your release pipeline for the purposes of deployme...
    <h5>Vsts output variables</h5>
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    <h1>Vscode azure repos</h1>
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    <h1>Using Visual Studio Code with Azure DevOps</h1>
    <p>In this article I want to give a quick overview about the integration of Visual Studio Code and Git with Azure DevOps on my Windows 10 machine.</p>
    <p>Azure DevOps ? formerly VSTS ? is the version of Team Foundation Server hosted on Microsoft Azure. Azure DevOps includes Azure Pipelines, Azure Boards, Azure Artifacts, Azure Repos and Azure Test Plans.</p>
    <p>To gain first experiences with Azure RM Scripting, automated deployment and code repositories I looked at Visual Studio Code (VSCode). This is a free source code editor from Microsoft. With Azure Repos you get free private Git repositories and will be able to do code collaboration in the cloud.</p>
    <h3>Setup Visual Studio Code & Git</h3>
    <p>First download the latest version of Visual Studio Code from https://code.visualstudio.com/ and install it. Start the application and install the extension: Azure Repos</p>
    <p>The next step is to download the latest version of Git from https://git-scm.com/download . Choose all the defaults except change VS Code to the default editor. That?s optional but I did it.</p>
    <p>If you haven?t created an Azure DevOps project yet, you should do so now. You have as well a new created repository. Navigate in your browser to Azure Repos.</p>
    <p>I have created a folder to synchronize the repository to the local harddisk.</p>
    <p>In the File-Explorer there is now the option ?Git Bash Here? with right click available. The following window appears in which you initialize Git with the command ?git init?.</p>
    <p>This command creates a subdirectory .git, which contains all relevant Git Repository data, i.e. a Git Repository framework.</p>
    <h3>Clone Git Repository from Azure DevOps</h3>
    <p>The next step is to clone the git repository from Azure DevOps to the local disk.</p>
    <blockquote><p><strong><em>Update: this Bug has been resolved!</em><br />Note</strong>: In Azure DevOps there is a button that you can press to synchronize. It doesn?t work if the URL contains spaces because of a bug. For this reason, I executed the clone command via the Git Bash. Therefore, replace the ?blanks? with %20 and it will work.</p></blockquote>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://www.patrickriedl.at/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/02_clonegitrepo-275x300.jpg" /></p>
    <p>The next command is only needed if the repository is completely empty. It will create a completely new history of the project. If you do not execute this command, Git will not work in VSCode.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://www.patrickriedl.at/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/03_connected_git_vscode-300x195.jpg" /></p>
    <p>If you are now starting Visual Studio Code you need to click ?Add Workspace folder?? on the welcome screen and choose the Git Folder on your harddrive. This will look like this. As you can see, I have already created a folder and a new PowerShell file.</p>
    <h3>Signin to Azure DevOps-Team</h3>
    <p>To collaborate with your team in Azure DevOps you need to sign-in first. For doing this click on ?View? in the navigation pane and choose ?Command Palette? or press ?CTRL+SHIFT+P?. In the command window enter ?Team: Signin? and choose your authentication method. I prefer the ?new experience?.</p>
    <p style="clear: both"><img src="https://www.patrickriedl.at/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/04_signin_azuredevops2.jpg" /></p>
    <p>I already described this new authentication method in the post about the PowerShell Az module.</p>
    <p>Now you are ready to start your code-collaboration with Visual Studio Code, Azure DevOps and Git repos. Feel free to give feedback on this post and add comments.</p>
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    <h4>Vscode azure repos</h4>
    In this article I want to give a quick overview about the integration of Visual Studio Code and Git with Azure DevOps on my Windows 10 machine. Azure
    <h5>Vscode azure repos</h5>
    Vscode azure repos <a href="http://remmont.com">Vscode azure repos</a> Vscode azure repos
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