This course targets developers and database admins who write code and work with SQL Server databases. Instructor Brian Randall shows how to put a database under version control and move through an automated release pipeline using Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) and Azure.
If you are like me and got confused during the first time you see the Azure DevOps Work items, don’t worry anymore. This blog post will try to explain what are each of them and give you some help. Epics, Features, Product Item Backlogs, User Stories, all of those options are available depending on your process template .
This post explains how to link Jira work items and Azure DevOps deployment pipeline. Pre requites: Azure DevOps Repo with a code sample. Azure DevOps continuous integration and deployment pipelines to deploy code changes to target platform. Open Azure DevOps deployment pipeline in the edit mode.
May 01, 2018 · Overview 0m Creating Your First Project 3m The Structure of Your Project + Demo of the Azure Portal 5m User Types & Security in VSTS + Adding Users Using Microsoft Accounts 5m Account Types, Features, and Billing 6m Demo: Attach VSTS to an Azure Subscription & Link to Azure Active Directory 4m User Management with Azure Active Directory (AAD) 2m Demo: Add Azure Active Directory (AAD) Users to ...
Oct 22, 2020 · Let’s create a simple release pipeline with one ARM template deployment task, as depicted in the image below, to understand how the Azure DevOps service connections are configured. When editing or creating a new release pipeline, click on Tasks (Item 1), and a list of tasks will be listed underneath.
Nov 09, 2020 · Hi yes, you have to manually sync the GIT repository like described in “Clone Git Repository from Azure DevOps” to your questions: 1- you need to create an Azure DevOps Account (dev.azure.com) and there create a repository, which can be synced then, Azure Repos has to be installed in VS Code as described in the article.
Oct 02, 2019 · To begin, I’ll choose the Agile template from Azure DevOps and I’m going to build work items. Let me explain the hierarchy of work items in order to understand them. We have epics, features, user stories then tasks and hours (which live at task level). Here’s an example to help: Let’s say I want to analyze sales.