Ok so Part 1 covered how to do a manual build of a .NET Core Web App and now I'll show how to do a manual deployment of the project. Part 2 will cover creating a manual release from the build in Part 1 (I'm assuming your manual build is working) Before starting this please … Continue reading Azure DevOps – How to do a fully automated release (Part 2)
I managed to get an automated build of some new code tonight and I ran into some issues which I have now resolved, so here are the steps to create a fully automated build and release of a brand new .net core web app using Visual Studio and Azure DevOps. Part 1 will cover creating … Continue reading Azure DevOps – How to do a fully automated release (Part 1)
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 allows you to Continuously build, test, and deploy to any platform and cloud. With Azure DevOps gives you 1,800 free minutes for CI / CD (30 hours per month) If your project is open source (public Git repo on any Git Service), you get 10 free parallel pipelines per month. To get started … Continue reading Azure Pipelines
Like me you may need to document your Azure Architecture and over the last few days I have came across some decent materials for doing just that and I thought I should share with you me findings, so here goes: - Azure Solutions Architectures - https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/solutions/architecture/ Microsoft 3D Visio How to walk through … Continue reading Document your Azure Architecture
In this series of blog posts I cover Azure DevOps, formerly known as Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS). So what is it and more importantly what can I do with it? Azure DevOps has been split up into 5 main areas which are: - If you want to … Continue reading What is Azure DevOps?
Ok so Azure Devops (formerly Visual Studio Team Services) is out and you have heard good things and want to get started playing around with it. How would you like to start off with a ready made Azure DevOps template that sets up a lot of the stuff for you and lets you learn how to use it … Continue reading How to get started with Azure DevOps