Top Stories from the Microsoft DevOps Community – 2022.01.28

Jay Gordon

The top stories from the #AzureDevOps #community for 2022.01.28 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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I am going to be hosting a Microsoft Reactor Session on February 16th, 2022 at 10:30 AM PT / 1:30 PM ET on Deploying Azure resources with Python and Pulumi. I’ll be joined by Matty Stratton and Kat Cosgrove of Pulumi to show you how Python and Pulumi will help you deliver your apps to the cloud faster than ever. You’ll be able to enjoy this session from anywhere by heading to this YouTube link. So be sure to st a reminder and join us for a great conversation an demo about Python and Pulumi.

That’s another week in the books! How did you do this week? Fix some things? Break some things? Maybe even learn some things? Each week that passes is an opportunity to practice continuous learning. I am always trying out some new courses on Microsoft Learn to learn about a service I didn’t know about or even to get a refresher on one I already do.

Posts from the DevOps on Azure Community

Another week, another group of great posts from our community. As always, I want to thank everyone who shares what’s the latest and greatest from the DevOps on Azure community.

CI/CD build pipeline for .NET solutions using Cake2 – Azure DevOps

Gerasimos Alexiou shares some pipeline examples to deploy your .NET applications with Azure DevOps.

How to: Release Badges Dashboard on Azure DevOps
Our friend Vinicius Moura returns with a new post focused on Release Environment Badges within Azure DevOps.

How to Integrate Azure DevOps with Azure Synapse Studio
Diponkar Paul helps automate your analytics with Azure DevOps and Azure Synapse Studio!

Deploy to Azure Container Instance from Azure Container Registry using a CI/CD Azure DevOps Pipeline and Terraform
Thomas Thornton always has some great content, this time he’s got a post on deploying your apps with the help of Azure Container Registry, Azure Container Instances, Azure Pipelines, and Terraform. Wow that’s a lot in one post!

Build and Deploy an Uno Application for iOS, Android, UWP and WASM from Azure DevOps and Pipeline Templates
Nick Randolph shares how to build your Uno Platform application with one step with Azure Pipelines.

Automate a pipeline migration to a Synapse workspace using Azure DevOps
Kevin Chant covers how you can automate a pipeline migration to a Synapse workspace using Azure DevOps.

Securely populating Azure Key Vault via Azure DevOps
John Folberth knows how important security is to your application deployment and shares how to populate your Azure Key Vault with Azure DevOps.

Using Azure DevOps Pipeline With Gopaddle for No-Code Kubernetes Deployments
CEO Vinothini Raju helps you deploy with Gopaddle to reduce how much code is required to deploy your applications to Kubernetes.

Microsoft Posts, Community Events, and Updates

Azure Open Source Day (Virtual)
Tuesday, February 15, 2022 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM ET
Join this free digital event to learn how Microsoft is committed to open source and works with the open-source community to develop new technologies. Hear about the latest trends and capabilities of using Linux and Azure together—direct from Microsoft insiders. Whether you’re new to Azure or are already using it, you’ll discover how to turbocharge your apps and data with open-source and hybrid cloud technologies. Plus, hear Microsoft CEO, Satya Nadella, share a special announcement on the 30th anniversary for Linux.

7 reasons to attend Azure Open Source Day
To show you the latest capabilities of using Linux and Azure—and share some exciting announcements—we will be hosting Azure Open Source Day on Tuesday, February 15, 2022, from 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM Pacific Time.

Deploying Azure resources with Python and Pulumi (Virtual)
Wednesday, February 16, 2022 1:30 PM to 2:30 PM EST
In this session, the Pulumi team and Jay Gordon from the Azure team will show you how Python and Pulumi will help you deliver your apps to the cloud faster than ever.

General availability: Azure DevOps updates
You can now copy a dashboard to a different team, the same team, or a different project – and team and query configuration is updated in the new dashboard. This further minimizes the work required to build similar dashboards from scratch for multiple teams. In addition, we included multiple updates to Azure Pipelines. On YAML pipelines, we are setting deny access to all pipelines as the default for protected resources. In addition, Azure Pipelines will post a neutral status back to GitHub when it decides not to run a validation build because of a path exclusion rule.

Azure DevOps Server and Team Foundation Server patches
With this patch cycle, we are releasing fixes that impact our self-hosted product, Azure DevOps Server, as well as Team Foundation Server 2018.3.2. Please see the release notes for additional installation instructions.

Azure DDoS Protection—2021 Q3 and Q4 DDoS attack trends
At Microsoft, despite the evolving challenges in the cyber landscape, the Azure DDoS Protection team was able to successfully mitigate some of the largest DDoS attacks ever, both in Azure and in the course of history. In this review, we share trends and insights into DDoS attacks we observed and mitigated throughout the second half of 2021.

Thank you to all this week’s contributors! We appreciate the posts by Gerasimos, Vinicius, Diponkar, Thomas, Nick, Kevin, John, and Vinothini.

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!


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