Top Stories from the Microsoft DevOps Community – 2020.03.27

Steven Murawski

Happy Friday DevOps friends! I hope you all are staying healthy and safe in your parts of the world. I live in an area that’s under a “safer at home” order, which leaves me some additional time to read blog posts and check out projects on GitHub. 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.

nes-pipeline project
Let’s start with something fun! Rachel has a project with an NES homebrew that has a pipeline which updates screenshots with each build! Super cool.

Azure DevOps Pipelines: Multiple Jobs in YAML
Eric shows us how to put together a YAML build definition with multiple jobs. Multiple jobs can help us scale out our build process or at least separate steps logically to units of work.

Azure DevOps, SSIS, and Git Part 0 – Getting Started
SSIS in source control! Crazy talk.. but Andy walks us through in a series exploring his adventure in getting an SSIS Catalog in source control.

Azure DevOps agent architecture
Want to get a deeper understanding of the Azure DevOps build and deployment agents? Jimus shares a nice explanation.

Open collaboration on COVID-19
Our friend in Developer Relations at Github Martin shares some great projects on GitHub that are working in the open to help deal with the current COVID-19 pandemic.

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