Aidan Finn explains why using FTP isn’t the best way to get your code into an Azure web app and how you can integrate your code management solution into Azure web apps for direct delivery without using FTP.
In this Ask the Admin, Russell Smith looks at Microsoft SQL Server 2017 being available for the first time on Windows, Linux, and Docker and what this means for DevOps and database admins.
In today’s Ask the Admin, Russell Smith walks you through deploying an app in Azure using an ARM template and Visual Studio Team Services.
Russell Smith shows how to connect Visual Studio Team Services to Azure using a Service Principal Name so that you can deploy code directly to Azure from Visual Studio Team Services.
In this Ask the Admin, Russell Smith explains what Visual Studio Team Services is and how it compares to GitHub.
Learn how to hierarchically browse Azure resources using Cloud Explorer in Visual Studio.
Learn how to get started quickly with Windows Containers and Docker with a little bit of help from Microsoft Azure.
Customize Nano Server images using a free tool from Microsoft.
Find out how to deploy an image to a container in Windows Server 2016, create a new image, and upload it to Docker.
Microsoft PowerShell on Linux and macOS—yes, it’s now open source. If you think the world’s gone mad, you might be right. For die-hard Linux-heads, it’s never going to replace Bash, Perl or Python. But for Microsoft-centric dev/ops types, it promises to be a wonderful widget in the toolbag. Especially as more workloads move to “the cloud.”
Learn how to get started with GitHub for Windows. We’ll install it, add accounts, clone a repository, commit changes and sync repositories.
In today’s Ask the Admin, I’ll show you how to create a repo in GitHub that you can use with Azure DevTest Labs. As we move more towards using declarative configuration technologies like Azure Resource Manager (ARM), PowerShell Desired State Configuration (DSC), and in the not too distant future Azure Stack for Windows Server 2016, […]