Another great example of the new openness of Microsoft in regards of developing Azure DevOps: “Please feel free to contribute to the repo in GitHub or submit any suggestions there”. Nice new editor by the way!
Onderstaand een link naar een artikel wat een aantal anti-type DevOps team structuren binnen organisaties beschrijft. Daarnaast ook een aantal team structuren die goed werken. Welke team structuur past het beste bij uw organisatie?
Thanks to Matthew and Manuel for setting up this nice website!
Source: DevOps Team Topologies
Nice, now we are able to help are our clients take the last step in migrating from TFS to VSTS. Good work!
Build and release:
- View VSTS dashboards within Microsoft Teams
- Investigate build history through a new build dashboard widget
Today I passed the new Azure DevOps Assessment (18473), happy!
After taking and passing the exams a couple of years ago, the requirements are changed for achieving Gold DevOps Partner status. The current exams are going to retire and are replaced by a new online assessment which I passed today.
Soon, very soon, the word “account” will be replaced by the word “organization” all over VSTS. Read all about it in the DevOps Blog from Microsoft. Nice change!
Below are some nice articles and blogposts I came across on the web about VSTS and related stuff.
- Some cool updates to the Stakeholder access level. Stakeholders will be able to do more if granted the access, and can be an admin in the VSTS account.
- You can move from your imported XML process to an inherited one soon, and it will be a lot easier. Bye bye XML.
- Here’s how to recover a deleted GIT repository.
- If you are using RedGate steps in your build or release definitions be sure to check these new SQL Change Automation stuff. Might come in handy.
Thanks to the authors and publishers of the articles! Learning fast…and able to keep up with new stuff, nice!
Be sure to check this out if you are a VSTS user. Cool new navigation in preview. Read all about it in the Microsoft DevOps blog article.
Just a heads-up! Have you all seen the new VSTS Release Pipeline view? How cool is that?! Thanks @Microsoft @VSTS team for listening to the community!
Detailed view on one environment:
Yes! For all customers that are still on TFS2017 update 3 (or earlier…?!) or TFS 2018 update 1…You should upgrade to get access to all cool new features in TFS2018 update 2. Read all about it in the blog post from Microsoft.