Tag: Azure DevOps

Release Notes with Azure Functions and Azure DevOps
Release Notes with Azure Functions and Azure DevOps
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Introduction It does not matter what kind of project you run, there is always nice to have release notes. Collection of implemented user stories, features, and solved bugs. Of course, after each release, we can write these release notes manually but there is a better way to automate this process. In one of the projects… READ MORE

Azure DevOps and Cross-Repo Branch Policies
Azure DevOps and Cross-Repo Branch Policies
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In a previous webcast we had for Microsoft Western Europe about using Azure DevOps for managing Dynamics 365 Business Central projects, when talking about the best practice to set policies for your branches, there was an interesting question: can I create cross-repositories branch policies? Also programmatically? I’ve partially answered the question and this post aims to… READ MORE

Building a Release Pipeline on Azure DevOps for Logic Apps
Building a Release Pipeline on Azure DevOps for Logic Apps
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Azure DevOps is increasingly used to automate the Release Pipeline of solutions to the cloud. In this context, I would like to report my recent experience by developing continuous integration and delivery for logic apps, hoping that it will be useful to someone else. Logic Apps is one of my favorite resource on Azure because… READ MORE

Deploy AKS and Traefik with an Azure DevOps YAML pipeline
Deploy AKS and Traefik with an Azure DevOps YAML pipeline
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This post is a companion to the following GitHub repository:https://github.com/gbaeke/aks-traefik-azure-deploy. The repository contains ARM templates to deploy an AD integrated Kubernetes cluster and an IP address plus a Helm chart to deploy Traefik. Traefik is configured to use the deployed IP address. In addition to those files, the repository also contains the YAML pipeline, ready… READ MORE

How to Migrate Azure PowerShell from AzureRM to the new Az Module
How to Migrate Azure PowerShell from AzureRM to the new Az Module
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In December, Microsoft released version 1.0.0 of the new Az Module. Az is a cross-platform PowerShell module to manage resources in Azure that is compatible with both WindowsPowerShell and PowerShell Core. Why to migrate to Az? Az is written from ground up in .NET Standard which allows us to use the module in PowerShell Core on Windows, MacOs or Linux platforms. It is… READ MORE