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DevOps Series – Part 3 (4/4)

DevOps Series – Part 3 (4/4)

Monitor and diagnose an ASP.NET Core application on Service Fabric This post is part four of a series. It goes through the steps to set up monitoring and diagnostics for an ASP.NET Core application running on a Service Fabric cluster using Application Insights. We will collect telemetry from the application developed in the first part … Continue reading

DevOps Series – Part 3 (3/4)

DevOps Series – Part 3 (3/4)

This post is part three of a series and describes how to set up continuous integration and deployment for an Azure Service Fabric application using Visual Studio Team Services. An existing Service Fabric application is needed, the application created in Build a .NET application is used as an example. In part three of the series, … Continue reading

DevOps Series – Part 3 (2/4)

DevOps Series – Part 3 (2/4)

Deploy an application to a Service Fabric cluster in Azure This post is part two of a series and shows you how to deploy an Azure Service Fabric application to a new cluster in Azure directly from Visual Studio. In this tutorial you learn how to: Create a cluster from Visual Studio Deploy an application … Continue reading

DevOps Series – Part 3 (1/4)

DevOps Series – Part 3 (1/4)

I’m cooking a new DevOps series Azure flavored! Let’s start cooking on the cloud 🙂 Create and deploy an application with an ASP.NET Core Web API front-end service and a stateful back-end service This tutorial is part one of a series. You will learn how to create an Azure Service Fabric application with an ASP.NET … Continue reading

What’s New Series: Team Foundation Server 2018 Update 1

What’s New Series: Team Foundation Server 2018 Update 1

In this What’s New Series, I will post about the new updates in TFS 2018 Update 1. In this post, you will find information regarding the newest release for Team Foundation Server 2018. Click the button to download. Direct upgrade to Team Foundation Server 2018 Update 1 is supported from TFS 2012 and newer. If … Continue reading

How Do I Series: Editor and Language Service Extensions

How Do I Series: Editor and Language Service Extensions

In this How Do I Series, I will post about the Editor and Language Service Extensions in Visual Studio. You can use editor extensions to add language service features such as outlining, brace matching, IntelliSense, and light bulbs to your own programming language or to any content type. You can also customize the appearance and … Continue reading

Introducing Team Foundation Server 2018

Introducing Team Foundation Server 2018

I’m happy in this post to introduce for Microsofties and developers Team Foundation Server 2018 🙂 Microsoft have added a lot of new value to Team Foundation Server 2018. Some of the highlights include: Microsoft improved the Project Creation Wizard and Process Template Manager on the web. You can now customize the work item form … Continue reading

How Do I Series: Build and deploy to an Azure Web App

How Do I Series: Build and deploy to an Azure Web App

In this How Do I post, I will write about how can developers build and deploy to an Azure web app. Here’s a walkthrough on creating, publishing, building and deploying an Azure Web App using Visual Studio Team Services vNext builds. To keep this rudimentary, we will use the general template from Visual Studio for … Continue reading