Top Stories from the Microsoft DevOps Community – 2022.06.05

April Edwards

The top stories from the #AzureDevOps #community for 2022.06.05 are here!

It’s been a fun week with May the 4th and Cinco de Mayo!

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I am April Edwards 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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Posts from the DevOps on Azure Community

With Microsoft Build fast approaching there will be some new features and lots of blogs to come! This week we feature some blogs from our amazing community members. Keep up the awesome blogs.

If, elseif or else in Azure DevOps Pipelines
Thomas Thornton publishes another great article on ADO!

Resolve Merge Conflicts Using Pull Request Merge Conflicts Extension
Prawin Sreeram shows us this handy extension to use in ADO.

One YAML Pipeline for many Azure Synapse environments in Azure DevOps
Kevin Chant covers off multiple environment deployments using a single YAML pipeline.

Azure DevOps Work Item state trigger
Dennis walks through configuring a trigger when a state change occurs in an ADO work item.

Continuous Delivery to AKS with Azure DevOps Environments
Kris D. writes an awesome article on CD using ADO Environments.

Microsoft Posts, Community Events, and Updates

Public Preview: Static Web Apps support for preview environments in ADO
This long awaited feature is here!

The Azure DevOps Demo Generator has been updated for YAML pipelines.

Integrating Terraform and Azure DevOps to Manage Azure Databricks
Read this article by Vanessa Segovia as she walks us through managing Azure Databricks with CI/CD

Multi-environment deployments with ADO and Azure Static Web Apps
This short video walks you through setting this up!

Thank you to all of last week’s contributors, we appreciate the posts from ALL the contributors!

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Here’s to a great weekend and keep the awesome content coming!

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  • Baker, Brian 0

    You have the wrong date in the post — should be 2022.05.06. 🙂

    • Markus Szumovski 0

      America is different xD They write the day before the month

    • April EdwardsMicrosoft employee 0

      Except that the rest of the world uses day/month/year (and the US military as well)…. We’re changing it up as we have a global audience 🙂

  • Markus Szumovski 0

    Hi, two questions…
    1) do you have any updates on when Azure DevOps Server on-premise 2022 will be released? Last update by Gloridel Morales from december said Q1 of 2022 (see closed comments here: )
    2) do you have updates on the active directory sync issue with Azure DevOps Server 2020.1.1 mentioned in the comments here:

    We’re planning to update from Azure DevOps Server 2019 and this would be two pressing issues. thanks

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