Top stories from the VSTS community – 2017.09.15
Here are top stories we found in our streams this week related to DevOps, VSTS, TFS and other interesting topics.
- Azure Function – Provisioning and configuring our Azure Function infrastructure – Mikael Krief
In our previous article we began our series of blog posts on using Azure Function with Visual Studio 2017. We continue the automation of the creation and update of our Azure infrastructure, also known as provisioning.
- Meet me at Ignite! – Esteban Garcia
My sessions will focus on DevOps and how you can use Visual Studio Team Services and Azure to help you and your team shorted the cycle time from idea to production.
- VSTS Status Monitor – A Google Chrome extension to monitor VSTS Status – Utkarsh Shigihalli
Interested in getting notified when Microsoft Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) goes down for maintenance or when it comes back up? Well, now you can, using this simple Google Chrome extension.
- Creating Recoverable TFS Backups – Ken Muse
One of the things I’ve come to appreciate most about the cloud software-as-a-service solutions is that it can reduce work. Unfortunately, there are often compelling reasons to keep some your servers on-premise. In these situations, it’s important to have a good backup and recovery strategy.
- Add Reporting Services to an Existing Team Project in TFS 2018 RC1 – Chaminda Chandrasekara
A Team Project created with web interface will not have a Reporting Services integrated and let’s look at how to create that integration using command line.
- Deploying Your Angular Application To Azure Using Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) – Wael Kdouh
In this post I will show you how to build a CI/CD pipeline with Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) which will deploy your Angular application to an Azure Web App.
- Software Disasters – It’s Never Going To Happen To Me! – Phil Edwards
Whether a software bug disrupts an End Users ability to perform their everyday tasks, or a bug makes your online retail outlet fail to deliver goods, or worse still your data is compromised like what we have seen with the Equifax and their 143 million customers.
- Why we’re using AWS, not Azure, to store our OSS releases – ALM Rangers
We’ve received the question “why are you storing your releases on AWS and not on Azure” for projects.
- Visual Studio Toolbox – VSTS Wiki – Donovan Brown, Sandeep Chadda
In this episode, Donovan is joined by Sandeep Chadda, to show the Visual Studio Team Service Wiki support to help your team members collaborate.
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