If you have followed the previous 3 parts (part 1, part 2, part 3) you have a full CI/CD pipeline that allows you to deploy your own private agents based on the official Microsoft configuration for the VSTS Hosted Agent Pool. One of the steps was importing the GitHub repository containing the Packer configuration in your own… READ MORE
In the previous posts (part 1, part 2) I introduced Packer and showed the build and release scripts that I use to create my own VSTS Agent pool in Azure. In this post, I’ll tie everything together and show you the Git repositories and Build and Release definitions I use to automate my Agent Pool. Setting… READ MORE
In Part 1 you’ve seen how to use Packer to build a custom image based on a Packer configuration file with an Azure builder and create a new VM from the portal. In this blog post I’ll show you how to script a build and deployment based on your custom image and how to deploy the VSTS… READ MORE
I love Visual Studio Team Services. VSTS allows me to focus on building my CI/CD pipeline, running tests and managing my project without having to worry about installing updates or applying patches to the platform. VSTS is always on, always up to date. An important part of VSTS is the Hosted Agent Pool. Agents are used… READ MORE
Are you already running Workloads in the Azure Cloud? I think that almost everyone in IT nowadays uses Cloud in some other way, whether it’s Office 365, Azure Site Recovery, Azure Compute (IaaS) or when you’re just at the beginning at the drawing table – designing phase. Microsoft Azure is dominating in the number of… READ MORE
Faced with the challenge of migrating millions of employee files for more than 12,000 employees to Microsoft OneDrive, global software company Autodesk took a strategic approach to manage the process. After articulating its vision for a new ecosystem, the project team devised a plan to manage expectations, understand employees’ day-to-day needs, and execute effective change… READ MORE
So, today’s blog post is going to be focused on the Security and Compliance features in Office 365 so that you folks can understand how secure your Office 365 ecosystem is. It’s a known fact that organizations across the globe are embracing Digital transformation to meet the growing needs and deeds of today’s Cloud… READ MORE
Currently, I am working and playing around with Azure IoT Edge deployments in combination with Azure Kubernetes Service and a Raspberry Pi 2. The files referenced in through out the blog article can be found in my GitHub repository. -> https://github.com/neumanndaniel/kubernetes/tree/master/iotedge/webserver My first challenge was to find a way on how to build ARM-based container images… READ MORE
Secure Document Generation in the Cloud with dox42 and Azure AD. In the name of love – or in the name of the user?Webinars
More and more Companies are moving from on premises towards Office 365, but how to authenticate with 3rd party Web Services, e.g. for document generation?
Azure Active Directory offers a way to authenticate users for any Web Service called from SharePoint Online, Dynamics 365 or any other Office 365 App.
Join this session to see a live demo of how we have seamlessly integrated and secured the dox42 Web Service into SharePoint Online using Azure Active Directory.
The Office 365 Developer Patterns and Practices PowerShell Cmdlets turn out to be lifesavers for many people. They easily allow you to create artifacts in your SharePoint sites, like lists, fields, etc. without needing to click around or write a complex C# application. The PowerShell Cmdlets come in 2 versions: one for Office 365 and… READ MORE