Using the Azure Load Testing service Paid Members Public
Use the Azure Load Testing service to put your applications under stress and learn where the weak spots are - both in the application and dependent services.
Create Azure DevOps or GitHub bugs from Azure Monitor logs Paid Members Public
When operating distributed applications it can be a lot of work if you want to copy error details into tickets and work items for your teams to look at. In this post we're taking a quick look at how we can quickly send specific log entries from Application Insights over to Azure DevOps or GitHub.
Embrace a Secure Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC) for Azure Paid Members Public
While threats are ever-increasing, so are the capabilities, methodologies, and technologies we have at our disposal to mitigate risks at a higher cadence than ever before. In this article, I'll talk about the responsibility we have as developers, solution architects, DevOps engineers, and anyone else involved in your teams. Security
Fixing: Unable to locate the .NET Core SDK. Check that it is installed and that the version specified in global.json (if any) matches the installed version. Paid Members Public
When working with Azure DevOps, or locally sometimes with Visual Studio, you may get the following error if there's a mismatch. It can depend on what versions of the SDK you've got on your machines, either local or build agent. Unable to locate the .NET Core SDK. Check that it
Automate Azure DevOps code security analysis with the Microsoft Security Code Analysis extensions Paid Members Public
This post is about increasing automated security posture with Azure DevOps by using the "Microsoft Security Code Analysis [https://secdevtools.azurewebsites.net/] extension", which is a set of tasks that helps implement security analysis of your files and code in your pipelines. Microsoft have done an amazing job with making
Using Azure Key Vault Secrets from your DevOps pipelines Paid Members Public
When working with Azure DevOps, there's a lot of options and configurations to tailor the service exactly to the needs of your organization. Part of the responsibilities that lie on the ones that managed these pipelines is to ensure that you don't spill the beans - or in other words,
Run Azure DevOps Unit Tests with the Azure Storage Emulator on Hosted build agents Paid Members Public
Solved: How to run Unit Tests with Azure Storage Emulator on a Hosted Build Agent in Azure DevOps.
Azure DevOps (VSTS) - The current operating system is not capable of running this task, with "Azure File Copy" Paid Members Public
If you've ever encountered the Azure DevOps/VSTS error "The current operating system is not capable of running this task" when trying to use for example the "Azure File Copy" task, then you can learn about a workaround using the Azure CLI build task here.