You can now create an Azure DevOps Project with Azure SQL Server Database for .NET Web Applications. Azure DevOps Project makes it very easy to get started on Setting up code repo, build, and deployment with Azure. Just by using few quick steps, DevOps Project set you up everything you need for developing, deploying and monitoring your app on Azure. Read this complete articles to learn more about Azure DevOps Project.
Azure DevOps Project with Azure SQL Server Database for Web Applications
When we create a DevOps Project in Azure, it provisions all required Azure resources, set up code repository with the sample template, configure the Application Insights and set up a continuous delivery pipeline to deploy the services. It also allows you to monitor all your project related information including code commits, build, deployments from an integrated dashboard. You can also Bring your own Git Repository Code to Azure DevOps Project
- Quickly setup everything you need for develop, deploy and monitor your solution on Azure – Using Azure DevOps Project
- Bring your own Git Repository Code to Azure DevOps Project
From the Azure Portal, while creating a new Azure DevOps Project, after Runtime selection is done, you need to select the version framework, and we can select either of ASP.NET Core and ASP.NET Web Application. Now, you can also select the option for adding a new SQL Azure Database – “Add a database”
If you choose to Add a database option for your Dev Ops Project, you need to provide the database server details along with other Azure resources details.