Top Stories from the Microsoft DevOps Community – 2020.09.18
Happy Friday! Next week is Microsoft Ignite (Register now!) which should have some great content! I know I’m looking forward to it. To help you get there, we’ve got some great posts today covering a wide range of topics.
Microsoft Azure DevOps – REST APIs – Part 3 – Personal Access Tokens (PATs) – “Revoke”, “Edit” and “Regenerate” operations
In this continuing series, Prasham dives into the different operations around Personal Accesss Tokens (PATs) in Azure DevOps.
Continuous monitoring using Flood Element and Azure DevOps
Jaavad shows us a way to write functional, browser-based tests that can also be used to drive load tests.
Getting started with Azure DevOps -create a deployment group
In another series, Sourav describes deployment groups, how to create them, and how to use them in a release.
How can I automatically create Azure DevOps Release Notes and how can I publish them?
We spend a lot of time automating our build, testing, deployment and other aspects of the software development process, but sometimes we forget about release notes. Richard shows us how he automates that process.
Deploying to Azure using Terraform and GitHub Actions
For something a little different, we have Vassili demonstrating how to use Terraform from GitHub Actions to create enviroments in Azure.
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