Top stories from the VSTS community – 2018.03.30

Martin Woodward

Here are the top stories we found in our streams this week related to DevOps, VSTS, TFS and other interesting topics.

Top Stories

  • Use Cognitive Services in VSTS Custom Branch Policies – Yan Sklyarenko Following on from the popular post about using Twitter sentiment as a release gate, Yan published an interesting post showing how to use the Azure Cognitive Services API in a release gate to check the language of a pull request. While the example in question might not be what you need in your org, the post itself is worth bookmarking as a great how-to on release gates including keeping API secrets safe in Azure Key Vault.
  • Building Microservices with AKS and VSTS – Andreas Helland Andreas has started a new series on deploying to the Azure Container Service & Kubernetes using VSTS. Promises to be an excellent series starting from the very beginning – how to get your code into VSTS.
  • Deploying WordPress Application using Visual Studio Team Services and Azure (Part Two) – Yaron Pri Gal Yaron follows up his post about deploying WordPress using VSTS. Not only is it an example of deploying WordPress sites, it’s worth a read for a details guide on deploying a LAMP stack based site (including the MySql deployment)
  • #MyGitJourney – Mickey Gousset Git can be very intimidating to new users, but Mickey is doing a great job documenting his journey getting to grips with Git as a long time TFVC user. Worth reading along if you are also new to Git and want to learn along with Mickey about how to get on as a user of Git.
  • Global DevOps Bootcamp A regular plug that the Global DevOps Bootcamp will return on June 16. Last years event was fantastic and a great way to learn all about CI/CD with VSTS using a realistic set of scenarios. Places fill up fast so make sure you register to attend your local event asap, if you don’t have one nearby why not host your own?

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