At the time of writing this blog, exactly 200 versions of Team Foundation Server(TFS)/Azure DevOps Server exist. This is including CTP’s (Community Technology Preview, RC’s (Release Candidate), SP’s (Service Pack), CU’s (Cumulative Updates), Hotfixes, Patches, Updates and of course RTM’s/RTW’s (Release To Manufacturing/Release To Web). When checking the version number (e.g. 18.181.32118.5), it’s not always clear what marketing version it corresponds to (Azure DevOps Server 2020.1.1 Patch 4). There is no complete list on the Microsoft website that shows all versions. That’s why I thought: let’s do something about it.Continue reading
For my family I host a WordPress website on Azure (using an Azure App Service). I created it a while ago. At that time, Azure Database for MySQL Server (https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/services/mysql) was not available yet, so the only choice was to host it at ClearDB (http://w2.cleardb.net/).
Today I updated the utility I wrote which can help migrating a Visual Studio Team Services account from using Microsoft Accounts to start using Azure Active Directory accounts.
To setup a VSTS (Visual Studio Team Services) account initially is very easy. The default user directory that is behind VSTS is a directory based on Microsoft Accounts (MSA). Quite some companies start by using MSA’s to access their VSTS instance and then decide to make the move to Azure Active Directory (AAD) once relevant data is already stored, but then face some issues.