Azure DevOps Local Server

Azure DevOps Local Server Installation

Azure DevOps Server (formerly Team Foundation Server (TFS) and Visual Studio Team System (VSTS)) is a Microsoft product that provides version control (either with Team Foundation Version Control (TFVC) or Git), reporting, requirements management, project management (for both agile software development and waterfall teams), automated builds, testing and release management capabilities. Azure DevOps Server is a Microsoft product that provides version …

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What is Rugged DevOps?

Rugged DevOps is an approach to software development that places a priority on ensuring that code is secure at all stages of the software development lifecycle. Rugged DevOps takes the lean thinking and Agile mindset that DevOps embraces and making sure that security is not a post-development consideration. It brings together the notions of DevOps and Security. Rugged DevOps is …

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Azure DevOps Branching Strategy

Azure DevOps Branching Strategy

Azure DevOps Branching Strategy In this blog Azure DevOps Branching Strategy, you will learn how you should use branching to support multiple releases and patch versions over a period of time. Git branches aren’t much more than a small reference that keeps an exact history of commits, so they are cheap to create. Committing changes to a branch will not …

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Azure DevOps with Slack Approvals

Azure DevOps with Slack Approvals In this blog Azure DevOps with Slack Approvals you will learn about the various integration options that can be used to bring Slack and Azure DevOps closer. Slack is deprecating the Visual Studio Teams Services (VSTS) app from its app store. This app was built by the Slack team a few years ago and provides …

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DevSecOps — GIT Secrets Scanning

DevSecOps — GIT Secrets Scanning Prevents you from committing passwords and other sensitive information to a git repository. git-secrets scans commits, commit messages, and –no-ff merges to prevent adding secrets into your git repositories. If a commit, commit message, or any commit in a –no-ff merge history matches one of your configured prohibited regular expression patterns, then the commit is rejected. git-secrets must be placed somewhere …

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DevSecOps & Tools

DevSecOps & Tools In this blog, you will learn about Tools available for DevSecOps. DevSecOps is about introducing security earlier in the life cycle of application development, thus minimizing vulnerabilities and bringing security closer to IT and business objectives. Why DevSecOps is important? IT infrastructure has undergone huge changes in recent years. The shift to dynamic provisioning, shared resources, and …

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Azure DevOps Artifacts

Azure DevOps Artifacts Azure Artifacts is an extension that makes it easy to discover, install, and publish NuGet, npm, and Maven packages in Azure DevOps. It’s deeply integrated with other hubs like Build so that package management can become a seamless part of your existing workflows. 1. The task is used to copy application files and other artifacts that are required in …

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Introduction to Ansible

Introduction to Ansible In this blog Introduction to Ansible you will learn about the main components on Ansible. What is Ansible? Ansible is an open-source IT Configuration Management, Deployment & Orchestration tool. It aims to provide large productivity gains to a wide variety of automation challenges. This tool is very simple to use yet powerful enough to automate complex multi-tier …

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