You can set up the Continuous Delivery with Azure DevOps directly from Azure VMs. Azure DevOps provides us a robust mechanism for Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery. Previously I have shared several posts on how to set up automated build and releases using Azure DevOps. Most of the time the deployment was done with Azure PaaS services such… Read More »
Setting up DevOps for your Node.JS App using Azure DevOps Project is very easy and can be done just by following few steps. You can now rapidly setup DevOps project that includes Continous Integration and Continuous Delivery (CI/CD), Creating Azure resources for your Web Applications using Azure DevOps Project. Azure DevOps has everything you need to build your software product from envisioning… Read More »
We can export App Center Telemetry to an existing Azure Application Insights Services. This is helpful when you want to collect telemetry for your cross-platform application (running on Windows, Android, and iOS) in the same space for further analytics. App Center allows continuous build, release, test, and monitor of our cross-platform applications. It has a robust integration with Azure DevOps.
We can exclude Work Item types in Azure DevOps projects by enabling or disabling them based on the business need. For any Azure DevOps Project. You can keep only work item types which makes sense for your project, and rest you can exclude from the project by hiding them. We choose project templates such as Agile, Scrum, Basic,… Read More »
You can revert Azure DevOps Pipeline in case of any unexpected changes or wanted to return to any of the previous versions. Azure DevOps keep track of every change in Build Pipeline or Release Pipeline. When we are in the Edit mode of the Pipeline, from the History Tabs, we can see the list of changes on Pipelines along with… Read More »
We can define custom rules for work items in Azure DevOps that support several business validations and use cases. For any Azure DevOps Project, We choose project templates such as Agile, Scrum, Basic, or any other custom template during the creation of the Azure DevOps Project. Each Project template type has it own work item types or even… Read More »
Grouping Shared Variables in Azure DevOps Pipeline helps to organize and managing common variables across different Build and Release Pipelines. When you have multiple sets of pipelines; and many of them use common variables; instead of having variable defined for each pipeline we can leverage the feature of grouping variables