I'm getting ready to head out to Microsoft Connect 2018 next week, but before I go, I wanted to share with you some of the great stories from the Microsoft DevOps community.
On November 26, 2018, the npm package manager released security advisory 737 regarding the flatmap-stream package. It was determined that this package was malicious, and contained harmful code. In addition, the popular event-stream package was modified to make use of the harmful flatmap-stream package.
We are making a change to Azure DevOps to block the harmful flatmap-stream 0.1.0 package and the versions of event-stream newer than version 3.3.4 which make use of the flatmap-stream package.
Sprint 143 Update of Azure DevOps is rolling out to all organizations. In this update, draft pull requests is now available in Azure Repos which allows you to easily create work in progress that may not include everyone. We are also releasing new features in Azure Artifacts, including the ability to exclude files in artifact uploads and get provenance information on packages. Watch the following video to learn more about these features.
I hope that you've recovered from your Thanksgiving feast and you're sitting around comfortably, binge-watching sitcoms and reading the latest news in DevOps. No? Is that just me? Well, now it can be you, too, because here's what I've been reading today.
Azure release pipelines provide you with the first-class experience to integrate with Jenkins. You can have Jenkins as your Continuous Integration (CI) system and use Azure DevOps Release for your Continuous Deployment (CD) and get all the benefits of Azure DevOps like:
End to end traceability for your CI/CD workflow.
Yesterday, we announced Azure DevOps Server 2019 RC1. This is the evolution of TFS and the first release with our new brand and new navigation. We've added a ton of new features which you can read about in our release notes.
Happy Friday! Sure you're getting ready to call it a day and start enjoying your weekend, but before you do, don't miss these excellent articles about DevOps on the Microsoft platform.
Blockchain has emerged from the shadow of its cryptocurrency origins to be seen as a transformative data technology that can power the next generation of software for multi-party Enterprise and consumer scenarios. With the trust and transparency that blockchain can deliver,
This September, Azure Pipelines delivered Microsoft-hosted build support for Xcode 10 on the day it was released. Now that our community builds fewer than 1 percent of apps with older versions of Xcode 8, we will focus on supporting Xcode 8.3.3 and higher.