The world of DevOps is incomplete without ‘Continuous Integration’ and ‘Continuous Deployment’ after all these are among the building blocks of the methodology. When we talk about CI/CD the first name that comes to most peoples’ notice is Jenkins, one of the oldest and most flourished CI/CD tool in existence, however, there is one more name that’s picking up the pace as we talk, Azure DevOps, formerly known as Team Foundation Server. In this blog, we will see a detailed comparison of these two players and which one is your best fit.Continue reading “Jenkins vs Azure DevOps”
Today infrastructure-as-a-code is something that is picking up the pace at an exponential rate. Although the very concept of Infrastructure-as-a-code is pretty enticing that’s just once the face of the coin, what sits behind the shadows is compliance and access rights which plays a major role in the organizational setup.
So, today we would be covering one such service that Azure provides us i.e. Azure Blueprints which makes our lives even easier by incorporating the infrastructure and compliance under the same umbrella.
Today in the Era of DevOps and automation, we expect everything to be as quick as the click of a button and whenever the term ‘DevOps’ comes to our mind a bunch of CI-CD tools pop up automatically, Azure DevOps is on such tool of capabilities.
None of us wants to use the conventional ways to of adding manual steps to our DevOps implementation these days, which is where Azure DevOps provides us with the option of Azure pipelines which we opted for our project implementation but still we don’t want to write the same pipeline code for every application, that’s where the Azure pipeline template steps in, we will discuss how I setup and implement Azure pipeline template in my projects.