Steven Murawski is a Principal Cloud Advocate focused on DevOps, Site Reliability Engineering, and other modern operational concepts. Steven is a founding member of the League of Extraordinary Cloud DevOps Advocates). Steven has worked on both the Dev and Ops sides of the house, most recently as a Principal Engineer at Chef, building tools for operating applications and infrastructure at scale and velocity.
Happy Friday! Things are busy in the Microsoft space as we ramp up for Microsoft Build next week. While it can be hard to wait for the content from Build, we've got some great community posts to keep you reading until then.
Happy Friday! Growing up, my mom was definitely the project manager of the house. I think she may appreciate this weeks posts about work item and iteration management. We also have an interesting challenge with Azure API Management and a way to keep your private build agents .NET Core up to date.
Happy Friday and 1st of May! This week we cover integration with how to ensure your spending on the right things, IBM environments, Azure Functions, working with the Power Platform, and I couldn't forget something about PowerShell.
Happy Friday! I have some great reading for the weekend. From deciding what build pipeline to create to tackling problems like updating variables to troubleshooting hung builds or misplaced build artifacts to getting ready to deploy containerized applications, there is a little something for everyone here.
Happy Friday! It's been another crazy week, but I've got some great weekend reading for you here. With Terraform in CI/CD, parameterized builds, some database migration love, a cool build automation project, and a dose of daily PowerShell in your pipeline there is something for everyone.
Happy Friday DevOps friends! Check out today's stories where we range from getting SSIS Catalogs under source control to self-updating screen shots in projects to a collection of projects working in the open to help with the COVID-19 pandemic.
Hey y'all! Happy Friday the 13th! While there's lots of discouraging things out on the interwebs lately, we have some great examples of how to continue to deliver software. From build pipelines and shared definitions to custom release notes to caching, there's a lot of great content this week.