Today we’ll discuss a very important aspect of release pipelines which can save a lot of your time and effort incase you have to redeploy to the old release upon failure in the current release. Case: Suppose you are working on a very important project where you are spinning
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 [https://akhilsharma.work/
In this blog post, we are going to discuss on how to deploy a .net application to an Azure Web App with the help of GitHub Actions. GitHub Actions [https://akhilsharma.work/github-announces-its-take-on-ci-cd-challenge-unveils-github-actions-with-ci-cd/] GitHub Actions help you automate your software development workflows in the same place you store code and
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.
Ever encountered an error like this below while deploying your code to Azure webapps? Microsoft.Web.Deployment.DeploymentDetailedClientServerException: Web Deploy cannot modify the file (some exe or dll) on the destination because it is locked by an external process. In order to allow the publish operation to succeed, you may