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High Tales from the Microsoft DevOps Neighborhood – 2021.09.24

The highest tales from the #AzureDevOps #neighborhood for 2021.09.24 are right here!

It’s formally the autumn season right here in Brooklyn, NY! The leaves change, it will get a bit darker earlier, and naturally, the climate begins to chill. However none of those modifications are going to maintain me from discovering nice DevOps content material each week. This week isn’t any completely different as we dive into posts on Azure DevOps, Databricks, and extra.



Earlier than we hop into the tales, I wished to inform you about top-of-the-line video collection on DevOps on the market. Have you ever checked out The DevOps Lab but? One among my favourite individuals, April Edwards, brings you recent DevOps content material on this Channel 9 collection. This week she talks with Chris Maneu about Infra as Code.


So we’re prepared! Let’s get into this week’s posts.

Easy methods to: Challenge Stats Mapping on Azure DevOps
Vinicius Moura returns with learn how to create a report about your Azure DevOps group.


Utilizing Azure DevOps Repos In Your Azure Cloud Shell
MVP Anderson Patricio provides you some CLI suggestions for cloning your repo.


Joe Guadagno on the Newest in Azure DevOps – Episode 159
Joe of Rocket Mortgage joins Jeffery on the newest episode of the Azure DevOps podcast together with matters like instruments, managing developer groups, and extra.


DevOps App Safety Professional: ‘Use Microservices’
David Ramel talks to Carlos Rivas about creating safe structure to your IT options by implementing microservices.


Automating DevOps to Create Normal Duties
Mike Stephenson (aka AJ’s Dad) walks by means of establishing Energy Automate for producing your Azure DevOps work gadgets.


How-To Deploy your Synapse Workspace Artifacts to a Managed VNET Synapse Workspace
Rui Cunha shares this publish about about deploying your Synapse workspace alongside Azure DevOps.


Half 1: Implementing CI/CD on Databricks Utilizing Databricks Notebooks and Azure DevOps
That is the primary a part of a two-part collection of weblog posts that present learn how to configure and construct end-to-end MLOps options on Databricks with notebooks and Repos API.


Thanks to all this week’s contributors! We admire the posts by ViniciusAndersonJefferyDavidMike, and Rui.


For those who’ve written an article about Azure DevOps or discover some nice content material about DevOps on Azure, please share it with the #AzureDevOps hashtag on Twitter!

Blissful Friday, might your deploys go as deliberate and your weekend be enjoyable!




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