Saturday 29 December 2018

Deploying ASP.NET Core App to Azure Kubernetes Services (AKS)–Setting Up Azure DevOps Pipeline Manually–Step By Step Guide–Part 1

In the post “Deploy ASP.NET Core App to AKS with Azure DevOps” a quick start guide has been given on setting up an ASP.NET Core App with Azure DevOps projects. The application code, Azure Container Registry, Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) Cluster as well as build and deployment pipelines were auto generated, with few clicks in the Azure Portal. To do deployment to AKS, Helm packaging was used in the Azure DevOps Projects auto generated sample app. In this post, let’s look at much simpler implementation, to get the ASP.NET Core App build and deployed to AKS via Azure Pipelines.

Thursday 27 December 2018

Updating Test Case Work Item Tags and Description based on Test Automation Code Test Category Attributes and Summary Descriptions

A test automation development team has come up with a requirement to keep track of some test automation code related attributes and documentation descriptions in the relevant Test Case work items in Azure DevOps. The documentation description added to each test method in  the code should be captured and updated to Test Case work item summary description. Any test category attribute values should be applied as Tags to the Test Case work item. Let’s look at how we can automate the above requirement using a little bit of PowerShell in combination with Azure DevOps build pipelines.

Thursday 6 December 2018

Draft Pull Request in Azure Git Repos

Pull Request are the controlled way to bring in the changes to your stable branches in your Azure Git repos, or for that matter all Git providers support Pull Requests. In Azure DevOps now you can create Pull Request as a draft so that it is giving the ability to developers to getting it ready and prevent it from being completed accidently by the reviewers. Let’s look at simple steps involved in creating Pull Request as a draft in Azure Repos.

Monday 3 December 2018

Steps to View Dashboard of Azure Kubernetes Cluster When RBAC Enabled

Azure Kubernetes Services offers you to host your containerized applications in Kubernetes without having to worry about getting the Kubernetes cluster infrastructure setting up and maintenance. Dashboard in Kubernetes helps you to monitor the status of services deployed as well as deployment states and health of the cluster etc. Let’s look at the steps required to perform to access the Kubernetes Dashboard once you have the Azure Kubernetes Service up and running with Role Base Access Control (RBAC) enabled.

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