Top stories from the VSTS community – 2018.01.19
Here are top stories we found in our streams this week related to DevOps, VSTS, TFS and other interesting topics.
- Improve Software Testing – Take The Driving Seat – Phil Edward Before you can begin to improve software testing in your organisation, you need to refresh yourself as to why testing is so important.
- DevOps: Load Tests Need to be Part of Your Regular Deployments – Greg Low One of the principles of DevOps is that you should be able to deploy regularly, with smaller low-risk changes.
- Create GitHub release with release notes in VSTS pipeline – Mikael Krief I included another task in this extension to create a GitHub release with a release notes during your VSTS CI/CD pipeline.
- Using the NavigationService in your VSTS and TFS extension – Wouter de Kort Last week a user of our Team Project Health extension reported an issue when using the extension on Team Foundation Server 2018. Here’s the resolution.
- VSTS and TeamCity – Wrapping up – David Gardiner Wouldn’t it be great if TeamCity and VSTS had full builtin support for each other? Well yes, yes it would!
- Time to Vote for CodeStock 2018 Speakers – Mickey Gousset I’ve never had the opportunity to attend or speak at CodeStock. I’m hoping to change that this year, and to do that I need your help.
- Global DevOps BootCamp 2017 – Jesse Houwing Yesterday we had a blast. It’s the only way to describe it.
- Monitor TFS Search data Usage – Ricci Gian Maria In previous post I’ve explained how to move searches component in a different machine in a TFS 2018 installation, now it is time to understand how to monitor that instance.
- Deploy to Azure from TFS using an Azure Resource Manager Service Endpoint – Ben Day You need an Azure Resource Manager Service Endpoint and some values from Azure. There’s a link to a PowerShell script at the bottom of this post that’ll help. You’ll probably still need to read this blog post though.
- Generating workflow diagrams for TFS work items – Thomas Freudenberg To document the workflow of our work items, I wanted to create perspicuous charts. However, if you’re a nerd like me, you don’t want to use PowerPoint or Visio to create high gloss charts. Instead I like to automate the creation of the charts.
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