Top Stories from the Microsoft DevOps Community – 2020.05.22

Steven Murawski

Happy Friday! This week was our first ever online Microsoft Build, where we had 48 hours of continuous content across all the developer experience. To say that we’ve got many tired folks is an understatement, but it was wonderful to see so many people engaged across timezones asking questions, commenting, and learning. If you’d like to check out some of that content, hop over to the Microsoft Build page and find all the great content on demand.

Now back to our regularly scheduled community blog highlights. This week’s theme is the delivery pipeline – check them out!

Quick cheat sheet for select between different pipeline types
Jukka shares some notes about the different pipeline experiences. Good notes to see the different capabilities and strengths of the choices.

Azure DevOps, GitHub, React Deployment – Deployment Center in Azure App Service
My teammate Jay walks through using the Deployment Center in App Service to get started with Azure Pipelines in a 20 minute video.

DevSecOps in Azure Pipelines, using Snyk
Security is extremely important in the DevOps world. Moving more quickly means less time to manually check for security problems, so we need to automate. Mark shares how we can use Snyk in Azure Pipelines to improve our security posture in an automated way.

Epinova DXP deployment extension for Azure DevOps Part 2 – Branch and release strategies
This is not just an article about the specifics of Epinova DPX, but Ove introduces git flow and shows how code moves down the path into various environments.

Part II – Integrating Automated Reverse Azure Database Migration PowerShell Script into Azure DevOps
Gabe describes how he took automation that had to be run manually and worked it into his deployment pipeline. Great way to make the deployment experience more consistent!

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