Tutorial with hands-on lab to deploy containers to Amazon AWS Elastic Container Services (ECS) using GitHub Actions. Continue reading Deploy to AWS ECS using GitHub Actions
How to set up a containerized development environment with wsl2, docker and Visual Studio Code. Continue reading Containerized development environments with docker and Visual Studio Code
If you want to do DevOps, there is no way around feature flags. But without a good strategy and the right framework you will generate a lot of technical debt. Here a few things you should consider when implementing a feature flag strategy. Continue reading There is no DevOps without feature flags!
This post shoes the LaunchDarkly extension for Visual Studio Team Services and how you can use it to deploy a Azure Service Fabric application wit a feature flag. Continue reading Roll out a service fabric application with LaunchDarkly and VSTS
Configure a build and release pipeline for a Azure Service Fabric microservice application with Visual Studio Team services. Continue reading Deploy Azure Service Fabric Application with VSTS
I prepared my mobile DevOps demo for our roadshow yesterday. I created an end to end scenario with Xamarin, Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS), the Xamarin test cloud and HockeyApp. I was pretty impressed that it only took me a … Continue reading 12 steps to get started with Mobile DevOps
Can you deploy Platform as a Service (PaaS) components to Azure using Visual Studio Release Management? I get this question quite often lately. Short answer: yes you can. And how? Via a virtual machine. Yes – this is Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) and not PaaS. Yes – this is not what you expected. Me neither. But it’s the only supported way right now. I hope this will change in future versions and that we get a “Azure PowerShell” like we have in Build.VNext. But right now this is the way to go. If you watch BREAKPOINT: Release Management and … Continue reading Visual Studio Release Management and PaaS