In this blog, we would like to deep dive into one of the most important topics in DevOps: Culture and Mindset. First, we start with a few quizzes; then we discuss why the most difficult obstacles in DevOps tend to be cultural; finally, we provide various examples in Dojo community how we accelerate DevOps culture.
I hope you've had a great holiday season so far. I have been off the last two weeks but I wanted to make sure I was able to finish the year strong with another one of these roundups from the community.
Let's take a look at what contributions came from our community this week. I am always thankful I am capable of creating these posts every week because of people like you. We've got new posts about storing your Docker images, npm modules, Azure Pipelines, Terraform, Xcode, and even Azure PowerApps!
For Azure DevOps, our analysis pointed towards the Search service not being vulnerable. Even so, we are following the guidance and upgrading to the latest Log4j version and reviewing our network security group rules for the Search service as part of a defense in depth strategy. We will continue posting updates to this blog post as we learn mor
The main goal of this is to show the viewer how to utilize an automated process to deploy applications by just pushing to a GitHub repository. If you'd like to follow along with this session, I've provided viewers with a GitHub Template with full instructions on how to deploy this solution.
I am always on the hunt looking for great information for those who are just learning about DevOps all the way to the seasoned vet looking to implement some new methodology. Let's take a look at this week's roundup! We've got posts on GitOps, Kubernetes, Microservices, and a lot more.
Azure Static Web Apps were launched earlier in 2021 and out of the box they had the capability to integrate your existing repository and deploy your Static Web App from Azure DevOps. You can reference the full getting started guide for the end-to-end deployment setup. Although, there is a caveat, the whole process is not entirely automated. ...