DevOps

Azure – You can now request code analysis with Microsoft Secure Code Analysis

With the Microsoft Security Code Analysis extension, you can integrate security analysis tools including Credential Scanner, BinSkim, and others into your Azure DevOps continuous integration and delivery (CI/CD) pipelines. Such code review is highly recommended as per the Secure Development Lifecycle (SDL) recommendations. This feature will increase your developers productivity while ensuring your code is …

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Azure – Azure DevOps Server 2019 is now GA

After being announced earlier last September, Azure DevOps Server 2019 (formerly Team Foundation Server – TFS) is now available in general availability. Azure DevOps can be deployed on any Azure environment and includes Azure Repos, Azure Pipelines, Azure Test Plan and even integration with GitHub Enterprise. Azure DevOps Server is available in Express edition for …

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Azure – DevOps can now use ExpressRoute

You may be already aware that ExpressRoute implements a dedicated connection between your on-premises environment and Microsoft cloud services – Office 365 or Azure. While most of the Azure services (SQL instance,storage, VM…) were already able to be accessed using ExpressRoute, this was not the case for DevOps (https://dev.azure.com/ or https://{organization}.visualstudio.com). Well, this is not …

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