What is DevOps

Introduction Part 1: What is DevOps Part 2: Principles of DevOps Part 3: Why DevOps Exist Conclusion Introduction I’ve described in one of my previous


Scale and Manage Virtual Machines

Introduction Part 1: What are Virtual Machine Scale Sets Part 2: Building a Scale Set Conclusion Introduction Virtual Machines can be scaled and managed using


Visual Studio Team Services Dashboards

Introduction Part 1: Dashboards – Previous Version Part 2: Dashboards – New Version Conclusion Introduction Dashboards are customizable canvas that enable your team to visualize


Introduction to Visual Studio Code

Introduction Overview of Visual Studio Code User Interface Conclusion Introduction Visual Studio Code is Microsoft’s tool for source code editing and it is designed for Windows,


Overview of Service Endpoints

Introduction What is Service Endpoint Conclusion Introduction The Endpoint represents the URL from where your service can be accessed by a client application. You can also visit Visual


What is Application Lifecycle Management (ALM)

Introduction What is Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) Conclusion Introduction Change is pervasive in competitive markets. In business we talk about the value of change, the


Difference between Continuous Deployment and Release Management

Introduction Part 1: Continuous Deployment DevOps Practice Part 2: Release Management DevOps Practice Conclusion Introduction In some previous post I’ve described what kind of methodology


Codeflyers Project

What is Codeflyers Project? Codeflyers Project: The E-Commerce Website Product Backlog Items and Organizational Hierarchy Best Practices Conclusion What is Codeflyers Project? The Codeflyers project


Manual update TFS Process Template after upgrade to TFS2015 update 3

Introduction Step 1: Defining process template Step 2: Download process template in Visual Studio Step 3: Export all work item types definitions Step 4: Configure


DevOps Framework and Practices

Introduction Part 1: DevOps Frame Part 2: DevOps Practices Conclusion Introduction DevOps is a methodology that refers to anything that settles the interaction between development