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Ansible 2.8: What’s new for Azure 

With the release of Ansible 2.8, Microsoft continues its commitment to ensure Azure provides a great experience for Ansible users. We have our biggest release to-date with new modules supporting a wide range of Azure services. Read below for more details about what’s new for Azure with Ansible 2.8. Enhanced support for Azure Virtual Machine...

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Updates on Red Hat and Microsoft Azure joint innovation 

Today at the Red Hat Summit, Microsoft announced a wide array of new services, including availability of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 8 images, SQL Server 2017 on RHEL 8, and the general availability of Ansible 2.8 and Certified Ansible Modules on Azure alongside the Azure Red Hat OpenShift GA. Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8...

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88 years of free open source builds in 8 months with Azure Pipelines 

Back in September 2018 we announced our Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery service, Azure Pipelines. Since that time it has seen phenomenal growth and adoption. Azure Pipelines is one of the services that form a comprehensive suite of collaboration services for development teams as part of Azure DevOps, the next version of Visual Studio Team...

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Adding automated performance quality gates using Keptn Pitometer 

This blog dives into monitoring-as-code and adding automated performance quality gates into your software delivery pipelines. We’ll walk through examples using a web microservice app and an Azure function app that we developed as open source services that help you qualify the overall performance and quality of applications. Both services utilize the Keptn Pitometer open...

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What’s new in the latest release: Terraform Azure provider v1.24.0 and v1.25.0 

There have already been two Terraform Azure provider releases in April and this blog post highlights the new and updated resources in these releases. Before talking about all of the great new functionality, I would like to start by thanking all of the external contributors to the AzureRM provider for these releases. Our support would...

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Publishing GitHub Pages from Azure Pipelines 

Do you work on or maintain a project for technical users? A key part of attracting users, especially to an open source project, is publishing great documentation. However, keeping it up to date as your APIs and concepts change can be challenging or just time-consuming. A popular way to maintain great docs is to keep...

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What’s new in the latest release: Terraform Azure provider v1.23.0 

There is a new release of the AzureRM provider fresh off of the presses. Version 1.23 has lots of new resources and data sources. If you want to get into the nitty-gritty details of the release, check out the Change Log for the provider within the GitHub repo. If you are looking for what’s coming...

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Now Available: Bitbucket Pipes for Azure 

Bitbucket Cloud customers can now plumb their Bitbucket Pipelines to Azure, automatically building, testing and deploying their code, all based on a configuration file in their repositories. Bitbucket Pipes for Azure are a set of deployment-oriented pipes for developers to use against common Azure services and scenarios, helping them turn their code into solutions faster....

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