Top Stories from the Microsoft DevOps Community – 2022.01.14

Jay Gordon

The top stories from the #AzureDevOps #community for 2022.01.14 are here!

Welcome back! I am Jay Gordon and every week I try to bring you the latest updates from around the DevOps on Azure community. If you have a post you’d like to have me include, I am always listening. You can reach out on Twitter or LinkedIn and I will be sure to share your latest post with the community. Also, be sure to tag your posts with #AzureDevOps!

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It’s Friday and I am ready for the weekend. Being back into my regular routine of building content and engaging with our community has been great. I am so happy to see that this community doesn’t waste any time and once again comes together to release educational and helpful posts.

Posts from the DevOps on Azure Community

This week brings a heavy heaping of Azure DevOps from our community members. We’ve got posts on Power Platform, Python, Azure DevOps Pipelines, Terraform, and more! Let’s get into our posts for this week.

Solution deployments: Automated vs Manual
EY Kalman (The CRM Ninja) creates build and release Azure DevOps Pipelines to upgrade a Power Platform solution.

Dynamically select your Build Agent using Azure DevOps Server
Damien Aicheh shares how to run on demand your Azure DevOps project on a specific Build Agent.

How to: Team Projects, Fields, and Picklists Mapping on Azure DevOps
Vinicius Moura is back to share a script to report and extract all Team Projects, Fields, and Picklists within an Azure DevOps organization.

Azure DevOps Work Item tag trigger
Dennis Goedegebuure demonstrates how you can trigger a flow when a specific tag is used in a recently update Azure DevOps bug work item.

Running builds and releases in Azure DevOps using an Elgato Stream Deck
Thomas Thornton returns to the news with his new post about a fun way he learned to use his Elgato Stream Deck.

Configure Terraform for Multiple Azure Subscriptions
Jeff Brown posts how to use multiple provider blocks in Terraform to deploy to multiple Azure subscriptions.

Secure messages to Teams with Azure Logic App
Tobias Almen looks at how to set up an Azure Logic App and configure authorization policies to require an OAuth token to send a message to a Teams channel. Some great stuff about deploying Python with Azure DevOps Pipelines in this post.

Can I create a CI/CD pipeline to deploy Python Function to Azure Function App using Windows self-hosted Azure DevOps agent?
Rayis Imayev shares his journey to automate the deployment of data project components with Azure DevOps.

Azure DevOps integration to Microsoft Teams
Martin Therkelsen always seems to bring great content for the community, this time he’s using Azure DevOps and Microsoft Teams together.

Microsoft Posts, Community Events, and Updates

Welsh Azure User Group – VIRTUAL EVENT (January 2022)
Wednesday, January 19, 2022 1:30 PM to 3:30 PM EST
Aidan Finn – Introducing Azure Image Builder, Alpa Buddhabhatti – Azure SQL Server & DevOps

Cloud Native Series – Introduction to Cloud Native Options in Azure S1 E1 (Virtural)
Wednesday, January 19, 2022 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM EST
In the first session in this six-episode series, we will introduce the basics of Azure´s Cloud Native Options, and demonstrate what the platform is capable of. This session will focus on looking at the different options available in Azure when wanting to run Cloud Native Applications. Each of the options have pros and cons. So knowing what these pros and cons are for the different options will make it easier to select the right one for your application.

DevOps Series – Introduction to Azure DevOps S1E1 (Virtual)
Thursday, January 20, 2022 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM EST
We will introduce the basics of Azure DevOps, and demonstrate what the platform is capable of. We will go through the main pillars of Azure DevOps: repos, boards, pipelines, test plans and artifacts.

DevOps Series – Github intro – Codespaces S1E2 (Virtual)
Thursday, January 27, 2022 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM EST
We will introduce the basics of GitHub, and demonstrate what the platform is capable of when it comes to, Code, Issues, Actions, Secure development and codepaces. We will also talk about Open/inner source culture.

Public preview: Azure Static Web Apps enterprise-grade edge
Extend your Static Web App with a zero-config enterprise-grade edge powered by Azure Front Door.

Thank you to all this week’s contributors! We appreciate the posts by EY, Damien, Vinicius, Dennis, Thomas, Jeff, Tobias, Rayis, and Martin.

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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  • Mike-E 0

    A quick shout out to everyone over there in Azure/DevOps and all the great work you are accomplishing. I spent the past week and a half getting up to date with Azure & Azure DevOps and have been floored with how much it has improved over the early days of TFS. I actually got my application posted and available today after 2 full years of development. It’s officially in “pulls data from a database and doesn’t break” status. 🙂

    But the configuration and environmental aspects are so much better now. VERY NICE WORK OVER THERE! Identity especially. I am making use of Azure.Identity and I do not think I am storing a single password anywhere. SO VERY NICE. Even better, I was able to get integration between Azure DevOps and EntityFramework migrations and everything was very easy to set up, soooo MUCH easier than I was anticipating as I have had such problems with it in the past.

    Anyways, I just had to share my sincere and overflowing appreciation. I feel like I am finally caught up with the rest of developer land now that I have this all set up, and I FINALLY have a deployed application that can be loaded in earnest from anywhere in the world. BRING ON 2022!!!

  • nikita egorov 0

    Provide any information about Azure DevOps Server 2022. What features are included? When will RC1 be released? Please break the information vacuum

  • dewo web 0

    Provide any information about Azure DevOps Server 2022. What features are included? When will RC1 be released? Please break the information vacuum on dewoweb

  • Kusum Devi 0

    Give detailed information about the Azure DevOps Server What key features were included when RC1 expected to be released? Please come up with as much detail as possible attitude quotes.

  • Its Ranjan 0

    I just wanted to extend my gratitude to everyone who has taken part in the DevOps on Azure community this year. Your blog posts, tutorials, code samples, and thoughts have helped others grow and succeed.

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