Top Stories from the Microsoft DevOps Community – 2020.01.31
I still cannot believe it is 2020, and yet January is already over! This week, we’ve got updates on working with Git, deploying static websites and Azure VMs, and more. Thanks to the community for creating this great content!
TFS to Azure DevOps: Migration made easy
In this fun infographic, the DevOps Group walks us through a potential path for TFS to Azure DevOps migration. I love the cartoons, I wish I knew the author!
Building an Azure DevOps Pipeline [Soup to Nuts]
In this very detailed post, Adam Bertram walks us through all the things you need to create an Azure DevOps pipeline for Azure VMs provisioning using the Azure CLI DevOps extension. Adam is using Pester to test the template, and Azure KeyVault to securely store variables. Thank you, Adam!
Set Up a CI/CD Pipeline for An Angular 7 Application From Azure DevOps to AWS S3 – Part 2
In this post, Ishan Juneja shows us how to create a CD pipeline to deploy code to an AWS S3 bucket using Azure DevOps. With just a few minutes of work, you can now deploy your static website!
Getting Started with Git and Azure DevOps: The Ultimate Guide
In this detailed guide, Nicole Stevens walks us through how to get started using Git in Azure DevOps. Nicole covers Git usage both in Azure Repos and in GitHub repos. The guide is detailed enough for you to get started even if you haven’t used Git before. Thanks, Nicole!
CI/CD with Azure Pipelines and GitHub
In this free 4-part webinar series, Sidney Andrews will cover the introduction to Azure Pipelines, CI with GitHub and Azure, CD using Azure Pipelines and package management with Azure Artifacts. Register to attend the webinars which are happening between February 13th and March 5th!
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