When implementing a custom VSTS (or TFS) Build Task, it didn’t show up in the list of tasks after publish and install. Nor for Build, neither for Release. So I verified several options; Continue reading
Today I updated our SonarQube instance from version 5.2 to version 5.3. After reading through the release notes and the upgrade documentation and with the previous upgrade fresh in my mind I started by making an additional backup of the database.
You might have already come across this acronym; ARA (Application Release Automation). As part of DevOps practices, this is not only the process of automating the actual installation of an application (landscape), but also involves moving the application through the deployment pipeline (e.g. dev > test > acc > prod).
Find all of my tweets published during the keynote sessions of Microsoft Connect(); event on November 18th, 2015.
Today I was adding another (generic) Service Endpoint to Visual Studio Online in order to integrate one of our Team Projects with SonarQube. This Service Endpoint is the link that describes how the Build should connect to SonarQube. While creating it I got an error “User does not have required permissions for the service endpoint”
After using the old theme for some years I felt that it was outdated and looked like I have never updated it since I started this blog. That is why I put this new theme in place which makes my blog up-to-date again and more importantly: it has a clean look, so posts will be more readable!