Code bugs are detrimental for your application development. That’s why you should create a thorough testing plan.It allows you to test your code and check if it meets the requirements. Learn how to set up a testing plan in Azure DevOps, create and define one, and turn work items into tests.
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Welcome back to part 2 of our 3 part series on Azure DevOps! In the last article, you learned how to set up a project repository and create a build pipeline. In this article you’ll learn how to set up an Azure release pipeline. We’ll go over the environments, what they’re used for, and how to build out a basic release pipeline.
In this first part of a three-part Azure DevOps tutorial series, you’ll set up a repo to store all your code and create a build pipeline. This article will give you everything you’ll need to start software development in Azure DevOps. In the next article, you’ll learn how to set up a release pipeline. Finally, in the third you’ll learn how to set up QA testing. Each tutorial will help you understand Azure DevOps basics that you’ll need for every software project.
AppDynamics is a tool to monitor application performance, health, and data. This article shows you how to write a custom script in PowerShell and use it as a task in the Azure DevOps pipeline. This logs the deployment event and lets AppDynamics users know when the applications have been successfully deployed to various environments.
The DevOps engineer role is gaining popularity. Companies expect you to know the software application lifecycle end-to-end. To compete within the industry, you’ll need to have the necessary skills to excel in your role. In this article, we’ll cover the main platforms you need to know, CI/CD and Infrastructure as a Code (IaaC) tools, and talk about integrating QA into your DevOps processes.