Azure DevOps Blog

DevOps, Git, and Agile updates from the team building Azure DevOps

AzureFunBytes – Dapr on Azure

AzureFunBytes - Dapr on Azure Each week on AzureFunBytes, we dive into the tools and products that make up the foundations of using Azure. This week we dive into microservices and how our distributed applications can thrive on Azure. One tool that really helps drive productivity and helps developers build reliable and resilient applications...

DevOps Fireside Chats – January 2021 – New Year, New DevOps with #LoECDA

Welcome to our series of DevOps Fireside chats on LearnTV. These monthly conversations are focused on providing you with a direct line to the Azure Advocates and other DevOps professionals to ask questions about your pressing DevOps needs. Each month you'll have a new topic the panel will cover! DevOps evolves a lot in an organization, but ...

AzureFunBytes – Terraform and Azure

Azure Cloud Advocate Zachary Deptawa joins me again! This time we'll dive a bit deeper into Terraform! Zachary has a ton more information to share about how to deploy your applications using HashiCorp Terraform along with Microsoft Azure. Join us with your questions and learn even more fundamentals. AzureFunBytes! - Byte-sized content ...

AzureFunBytes – DevOps on Azure with Donovan Brown

In this stream, Donovan Brown joins me to discuss the different methods of implementing DevOps on Microsoft Azure. We take a walk together through different workflows with GitHub Actions, Azure Web App Service, and more. Donovan helps me "rub some DevOps" on some deployment targets we'll spin up to ensure repeatable, reliable releases.

AzureFunBytes Short – Cloud Shell

The Azure Cloud Shell is one of my favorite things about using Azure. Many of the administrative tasks that I may have had to run from a local computer can now be done from a browser anywhere I can authenticate into my Azure account. I used to always worry about needing a computer that had a shell or a terminal program with my ssh key on it ...

Introducing Scalar: Git at scale for everyone

Git is a distributed version control system, so by default each Git repository has a copy of all files in the entire history. Even moderately-sized teams can create thousands of commits adding hundreds of megabytes to the repository every month. As your repository grows, Git may struggle to manage all that data. Time spent waiting for to ...

Updates to the Git Commit Graph Feature

In a previous blog series, we announced that Git has a new commit-graph feature, and described some future directions. Since then, the commit-graph feature has grown and evolved. In the recently released Git version 2.24.0, the commit-graph is enabled by default! Today, we discuss what you should know about the feature, and what you can expect...