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”
This year -again- I presented at the (Dutch) SDN conference. Thanks to the visitors of my session!
The slidedeck of the session can be downloaded HERE. From this slidedeck, only a small part of the information provided in the session is visible. I did some nice demos on creating a build and publishing it to an Azure website within a few clicks.
UPDATE! With the launch of Visual Studio 2013 some of the information in the post below has been updated!
With the Visual Studio Online (TFS in the cloud aka Team Foundation Service aka tfspreview.com) now out of preview (as per the 31st of October), it is time to make some considerations.
- Is a transition to the Azure environment for ALM repositories a do or don’t?
- What are the pro’s and con’s?
Out of my own experience I would like to share my opinions and some facts; Continue reading