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Setting Approvals Through Azure Pipelines Environment

In this post, we’ll be discussing the steps to configure manual approvals for your Yaml based pipeline through Azure Pipeline Environments. Before your proceed further, I would strongly suggest you to go through my old blog post explaining deployment through Yaml based Pipelines where we used environments. As per official documentation from Microsoft’s site,“An environment […]

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YAML Deploy Using Azure Pipelines – PipelineAsACode

This post takes a step further from building the code using YAML based Azure Pipelines to deploying the code based on YAML Azure Pipelines.I recommend you to take a sneak peak at my old post regarding building of code at: YAML Build Pipelines in AzureDevOps – PipelineAsACode In this post, I’ll be reusing the complete […]

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Configure & Run Self-Hosted Azure DevOps Agent Behind Proxy

With the growing security leaks and threats around the global, we are spending more and more time in securing our VMs and blocking unnecessary traffic to and fro from our VM, be it be in cloud or on on-premises. It is a very common case in enterprises that the IT team locks down the entire […]

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YAML Build Pipelines in AzureDevOps – PipelineAsACode

One of the greatest features in AzureDevOps Pipelines is that you can create build pipelines as a code which are highly efficient and reusable.It’s not just build pipelines, you can do complete CI/CD in AzureDevOps Pipelines with the help of YAML code, but today we are going to discuss just the build pipelines. Now before […]

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Microsoft updates its certifications

If you work on any of the services or products offered by Microsoft and are planning to sit for a certification exam, then this update is very important for you! After reviewing the job tasks analysis (JTA) of the various roles who aim for role based certifications with Microsoft, Microsoft has decided to updates it’s […]

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Azure SendGrid – Get more for free!

In the last blog post, we discussed how to integrate SendGrid with Azure DevOps. This is an another post in continuation to that post. So, if you are new to this post, please checkout my previous blog at: https://akhilsharma.work/azure-devops-and-sendgrid-integration-step-by-step-guide/ and shoot me your questions if any. In this post, we’ll discuss how to remove that […]

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Azure DevOps and SendGrid Integration – Step by Step Guide

Sending emails has been a part of our day to day life. We send/receive emails which might be for information, raising issues, followups, reporting, alerts, etc.When talking in terms of software development lifecycle or implementing devops practices, emails are very essential to keep clear communication and for keeping everyone on the same page. In this […]

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AZ-400 : Azure DevOps – Preparation Road map

A few days back, I managed to pass the 3-star expert level certification exam. It was AZ-400 Microsoft Azure DevOps Solutions examination which upon clearing gives you Microsoft Certified: Azure DevOps Engineer Expert certification. This exam has a very wide curriculum covering all the aspects of DevOps understanding and concepts. It is considered as a […]

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Add/Update IP Restrictions on Azure WebApp Dynamically with PowerShell

Well, it’s exactly a month since my last post on estimation of parallel jobs on AzureDevOps. I was away all this while due to a shoulder injury. I got both my shoulders dislocated and was hospitalized due to that for quite some while. I finally got to working full time last week only and here […]

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How to estimate parallel jobs in Azure DevOps

Estimating parallel jobs for your Azure DevOps organisation is one of the trickiest question when trying to architect the build and release pipeline. First let’s get the finances right before we get on to the estimates. For an account in free tier, you get one free parallel job on Microsoft-hosted agents which will run for […]

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