Azure Devops – Add your build status badges to your Wiki

Its always a good idea on your project to keep your project documentation up to date, I personally like to make use of the Wiki inside Azure Devops, we use Azure Devops almost exclusively at work now. On the wiki we have a page which documents the Azure Builds and Release pipelines, so that people can … Continue reading Azure Devops – Add your build status badges to your Wiki

Azure Governance and Security

Recently came across some very useful links for moving to Azure and thought they may be of some use to others as well, the content below covers things like best practice for subscriptions, resource group usage naming conventions, security and more...   Azure Governance - https://docs.microsoft.com/en-gb/azure/architecture/cloud-adoption/appendix/azure-scaffold?toc=%2Fazure%2Fazure-resource-manager%2Ftoc.json Azure Security - Secure DevOps Kit for Azure (AzSK) … Continue reading Azure Governance and Security

Azure Devops: Test & Feedback Intro

Microsoft recently changed the name from Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) and rename it Azure Devops. They also added some new features one of which I will cover briefly to give you a flavour of what you do with it. With Azure Devops Microsoft have a suite of tools which combined are very powerful and … Continue reading Azure Devops: Test & Feedback Intro

VSTS and Git Integration for Deploying to Azure – Part 2

Ok so in this post (part 2) I promised to show you how to use Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) to build, test and deploy your code to Azure. Using Visual Studio 2017 with the git integration tools - Part 1 https://gregorsuttie.com/2018/08/24/vsts-and-git-integration-for-deploying-to-azure-part-1 Deploying to Azure using VSTS with a CI / CD pipeline - Part … Continue reading VSTS and Git Integration for Deploying to Azure – Part 2