Top Stories from the Microsoft DevOps Community – 2022.01.07
The top stories from the #AzureDevOps #community for 2022.01.07 are here!
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Welcome to 2022! A new year means new opportunities to learn about the tools and services that can make us successful when implementing DevOps. It always feels good to turn the page on what you did in the previous year and move forward to future wins. We may succeed, we may fail, but we are given these lessons along the way that only help make us stronger in what we do.
For some of us, it was back to work after a nice long break. But our community doesn’t seem to stop even with the holidays. To those who took some time off, I do really hope you had a happy and healthy break and feel refreshed. For those who still had to maintain services, monitor applications, and deploy changes to your apps; I thank you for all you do.
Posts from the DevOps on Azure Community
It’s a new year, time for some new posts from the community! This week’s posts cover subjects like Az Modules, Pipelines, Azure API Management, repository branching, Packer, and Azure Kubernetes Service.
Az Module Scripts in DevOps Pipelines
Aidan Finn returns with another blog post, this time about running Az module scripts as tasks in an Azure DevOps pipeline.
Integrating Azure Application Gateway with multiple custom domains with Azure APIM
Thomas Thornton looks at how to publish various APIs with multiple domain names while using the same Azure APIM instance.
Selecting Source Branches for Pipelines
John Folberth posts about source branches, Azure DevOps, and accessing templates in a shared repository.
Getting project documentation done with Azure DevOps – Diagrams with PlantUML
Daniel Kocot discusses using “Docs as Code” and the tooling you can create it with.
Automated DotNet Application Deployment on Azure Cloud using Azure DevOps
In this YouTube video, ZippyOps demonstrates the deployment of the DotNet application on Azure Cloud using the Azure DevOps.
Easily Create Azure VM Custom Linux Images for ASP.NET Core Services with GitHub Actions and Packer
Itay Podhajcer looks at simplifying the process of building disk images with Packer and then executing CI/CD with GitHub Actions.
Packer YAML Azure DevOps Pipeline Pt. 2 – Azure Compute Gallery
Niels Kok also has more to share on using Packer in part two of his blog series on Azure DevOps Pipelines and Azure Compute Gallery.
Customize Azure Kubernetes Service Diagnostics for Azure Log Analytics
Marius Sandbu helps you customize your logging when deploying Azure Kubernetes Service.
Microsoft Posts, Community Events, and Updates
I recently did a live stream on Azure Container Apps – CI/CD deployments. In this demo, we’ll build a custom image for our app using Azure Container Registry.
SQL Ireland User Group – What’s new in Azure SQL MI (Virtual) Tuesday, January 11, 2022 2:00 PM to 3:30 PM EST – Niko Neugebauer – Let us review the latest and the greatest investment that Microsoft has made into the Azure SQL Managed Instance, the product that serve as the best target for the existing SQL Server migration into Azure PaaS.
Atlanta Azure Data User Group – SQL Server on Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) with Ravi Lobo (Virtual) Monday, January 10, 2022 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM EST – In this session we will have a look at the challenges and benefits of installing a SQL Server on AKS. Some of the topics covered in this session are: restoring databases in a Container, setting static name for SQL Server, Kubernetes architecture, and tools for administering Kubernetes.
Thank you to all this week’s contributors! We appreciate the posts by Aidan, Thomas, John, Daniel, ZippyOps, Itay, Niels, and Marius.
If you’ve written an article about Azure DevOps or find some great content about DevOps on Azure, please share it with the #AzureDevOps hashtag on Twitter!
Happy Friday, may your deploys go as planned and your weekend be fun!
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