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Supporting SHA-2 algorithm in SSH on Azure DevOps
Supporting SHA-2 algorithm in SSH on Azure DevOps
With the release of OpenSSH 8.2 last month, connections to SSH servers using SHA-1 was disabled by default in the OpenSSH client. We understand that this move helps improve the security of SSH connections, by encouraging all users to adopt the SHA-2 class of algorithms, generally considered safer. However, this resulted in OpenSSH users not be
Top Stories from the Microsoft DevOps Community – 2020.03.13
Top Stories from the Microsoft DevOps Community – 2020.03.13
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.
Top Stories from the Microsoft DevOps Community – 2020.03.06
Top Stories from the Microsoft DevOps Community – 2020.03.06
It's been another good week for Azure DevOps content. This week we've got a comparison in working with Azure Pipelines Tasks and GitHub Actions, see how Azure DevOps is any language, any platform, any cloud, and take a look at using Terraform output to help with later tasks. Thanks to the community for continuing to share great content!
Top Stories from the Microsoft DevOps Community – 2020.02.28
Top Stories from the Microsoft DevOps Community – 2020.02.28
Hi y'all! I'm Steven Murawski, a Cloud Advocate here at Microsoft. I'm going to be helping with the community stories and we've got a great issue today! There are some great getting started ideas, a cautionary note about expectations vs. experience, a thorough pull request process, and examples of Azure DevOps for any language, any platform.
Introducing Scalar: Git at scale for everyone
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 git stat
Azure DevOps Roadmap update for 2020 Q1
Azure DevOps Roadmap update for 2020 Q1
Last week we updated the Features Timeline to provide visibility to several of our key investments for this quarter. I am happy to share a few highlights on some of the features for Q1.