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
Azure DevOps Services Status Page can instantly check and update you on the health of your Azure DevOps Services. This website provides status information of any Azure DevOps Services in case there are any slowdown and stability issues. Azure DevOps Service Status Check shows all the major services along with their region’s services status.
You can change the Azure DevOps Projects Process. We generally choose templates such as Agile, Scrum, Basic, or any other custom template during the creation of the Azure DevOps Project. Sometimes we want to customize the existing process or change to a new process. If it is a default template, Azure DevOps does not allow them to customize.… Read More »
You can create and deploy your Python Django App very fast using Azure DevOps Project. Azure DevOps Project makes it very easy to get started on Setting up code repo, build, and deployment with Azure. Just by using a few quick steps, DevOps Project sets you up to everything you need for developing, deploying, and monitoring your app on… Read More »
Turning Azure DevOps Service On or Off gives you a project level DevOps service control. You can Turn on or Off Azure DevOps Services as per your need for any specific project. In case you do not need any specific service for your DevOps team project, you can turn that off from DevOps. Once you turned off the… Read More »
Connecting AWS with Azure DevOps can be enabled using Azure DevOps Service Connection. We use Service Connections to connect with any external and remote services with Azure DevOps or related resources. For instance, to connect with Azure Subscription or connecting with different CI/CD Services you need a service connection. Similarly, To leverage AWS resources from Azure DevOps; we… Read More »