Top Stories from the Microsoft DevOps Community – 2020.07.24

Steven Murawski

Happy Friday! We are just over half way through 2020 – though it feels like 2020 has taken 10 years so far. Reading these blog posts has been a great way to lead into this weekend. We start with flipping the infrastructure as code idea towards Azure DevOps, then we have a number of posts around different CI/CD aspects, and close out with some thoughts on pull request reviews.

Deploying Azure DevOps (ADO) Using Terraform
We often talk about deploying our infrastructure as code from Azure DevOps – but what about using an infrastructure as code approach to managing our Azure DevOps environment? Adin shows us how we can use Terraform to deploy Azure DevOps projects.

Azure DevOps Pipelines: Multi-Stage Pipelines
Eric returns to introduce us to multi-stage pipelines as a part of his deep dive into YAML pipeline declarations.

Using Azure Pipelines to validate my Sysmon configuration
Olaf has a long-running project that, when changed, required some updates to the configuration file in the project. He describes how Azure Pipelines helps automate that step – removing a human error point.

From VS Code to Azure Pipelines – Basic CI/CD with Azure Functions
Nick, in an exploration of Azure Functions and functions and a service, shows us how he connected some Pipelines CI/CD into the process.

PR Dash: A command line pull request dashboard
Code review is a very important process. Brian put together a project to help him manage his code review process. Give it a spin!

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    Rumor that Microsoft will stop enhancing and eventually stop supporting the repo/github feature within Azure DevOps and have user use the standalone GitHub tool instead. Any truth in that?

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