Top Stories from the Microsoft DevOps Community – 2018.07.13

Edward Thomson

It’s been another busy week for VSTS and DevOps, and we’re excited to see some interesting articles and podcasts about DevOps on Azure.

Moving a Git Repo from Bitbucket to VSTS One of the great things about Git is that it’s easy to move your repository from one hosting provider to another – and maintain the full history along the way. Gerald Versluis shows you how simple it is to migrate your repositories from Bitbucket to VSTS.

Create VSTS Work Items or GitHub Issues for Application Insights from Azure Portal Application Insights provides great monitoring of your web applications – but how do you get visibility into the problems it finds? Abhijit Jana shows you how to create VSTS work items (or GitHub issues) based on exceptions, using the Azure portal.

Back to basics: Building .NET Core app in VSTS Since creating build and deployment pipelines is so easy and flexible, we sometimes lose sight of how easy it is to handle the basics. Utkarsh Shigihalli shows how to build a .NET Core application with VSTS.

Microsoft Cloud Show: Office 365, Azure and VSTS News + Moving Hyperfish to AKS In this episode of the Microsoft Cloud Show, Andrew Connell and Chris Johnson cover the latest news from Azure and Visual Studio Team Services, including a discussion of the new UI improvements to VSTS.

How to deploy and host a Jekyll website in Azure blob storage using a VSTS continuous deployment pipeline Jekyll is an amazing static site generation tool, popularized by GitHub Pages. But if you need to serve serious traffic, you might need to upgrade to Azure Blob Storage and Azure’s CDN. Carl-Hugo Marcotte shows you how to scale your Jekyll installation up using VSTS and Azure.


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