Azure Pipelines YAML CD features now generally available We’re excited to announce the general availability of the Azure Pipelines YAML CD features. We now offer a unified YAML experience to configure each of your pipelines to do CI, CD, or CI and CD together. Releases vs. YAML pipelines Azure Pipelines supports continuous integration (
What's new with Azure Pipelines. We've updated Continuous Delivery capabilities with triggers on other pipelines and Azure Container Registry, and implemented new deployment strategies for VMs and Kubernetes. We're also making Pipeline Caching and Pipeline Artifacts generally available.
We are excited to announce that Deployment Groups is out of preview and is now generally available. Deployment Groups is a robust out-of-the-box multi-machine deployment feature of Release Management in VSTS/TFS. What are Deployment Groups? With Deployment Groups, you can orchestrate deployments across multiple servers and perform rolling
Today we are excited to announce the public preview of the new Deployment Groups in Visual Studio Team Services. Release Management now supports robust in-the-box multi-machine deployment. You can now orchestrate deployments across multiple machines, perform rolling updates whilst ensuring high availability of the application throughout.
This blog post shows how you can deploy a new PHP application from Visual Studio Team Services or Microsoft Team Foundation Server to Azure App Service. Download the sample Create a web app Setup Release
Release Management now supports robust in-the-box multi-machine deployment. You can now orchestrate deployments across multiple machines, perform rolling updates while ensuring high availability of the application throughout. Agent based deployment capability relies on the same build and deployment agents. However, unlike the current appr
Agent-based deployment in Release Management Our approach in Release management so far has been to integrate with various deployment tools and platforms while providing rich control over the flow of bits, traceability, and auditability. When it comes to PaaS deployments, we have first-class integration with Azure, platform abstracts out the
Summary You have downloaded the Release Management for Visual Studio client, and are connected to either your Visual Studio Online account. You have an Azure Cloud Service project and want to use Release Management to update the same using the latest drop from a TFS buildIn the current state, you will have to write Powershell scripts on
With Microsoft Release Management 2013 Update 3 RC, you can now use Windows PowerShell or Windows PowerShell Desired State Configuration (DSC) for deploying and managing configuration data. Windows PowerShell (PS)
Refer to Scripting with Windows PowerShell (PS) for more details. These scripts can be same as what you might have been
Pre-requisites for triggering Chef deployments using RM: Deployment using Chef: · Server name should be same as node name registered with Chef Server.
· Port should be same as registered with Chef Server. Use ssh port