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Nicely, it’s the week after Microsoft Ignite and issues are a bit extra “regular” for many people who had been engaged in all of the keynotes, talks, and Q&A periods. I actually loved this session from Microsoft accomplice Crimson Hat’s James Learn, How Pelayo moved from conventional IT to DevOps with Crimson Hat and Microsoft. In case you missed out on nice periods like this, you’ll find recordings of most of the periods at Microsoft Ignite throughout the session catalog.
Let’s dive into this week’s posts. We’ve bought plenty of new content material together with lots on Terraform, Energy Platform, containers, and extra.
Deploy Azure Container App from Azure DevOps
Panu Oksala takes a take a look at one of many merchandise introduced at Microsoft Ignite, Azure Container Apps.
Energy Platform: organising an Azure DevOps Pipeline
Django Lohn is like many Citizen Builders creating Apps with Microsoft Energy Platform. This publish explains easy methods to setup a Azure DevOps Pipeline to your Energy Platform Apps.
Microsoft is bringing a managed Grafana service to Azure
Paul Sawers shares particulars on the announcement of a fully-managed Grafana service coming to Azure.
Deploy Azure Kubernetes Service utilizing Terraform with Azure DevOps pipeline and deploying a pattern ap…
Thomas Thornton continues his posts on utilizing Terraform to deploy Azure assets. This time he exhibits you easy methods to deploy a pattern app to AKS.
Utilizing Containers to Share Terraform Modules and Deploy with Azure Pipelines
Mark Johnson returns once more this week with a brand new publish on containers and the way they might help you share your Terraform modules.
Terraform, Azure DevOps, App Providers, and Slots
Sure! Much more Terraform! This publish by John Folberth covers the swapping slots in Azure App Service. He exhibits you easy methods to deploy with Azure DevOps and Terraform together with offering some useful YAML.
Thanks to all this week’s contributors! We respect the posts by Panu, Django, Paul, Thomas, Mark, and John.
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Blissful Friday, might your deploys go as deliberate and your weekend be enjoyable!