VSTS task groups

Most web applications follow the same deployment steps: Download the deployment package (artifact) Unzip it Connect to the Azure resource you're targeting Push deployment content to the server Mine tend to follow this but adds a couple steps: Download the deployment package (artifact) Unzip it Connect to the Azure resource you're targeting Push deployment content... Continue Reading →

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How to web.config transform using VSTS Release Management

VSTS is a powerful tool that houses the CI/CD portion of development.  Previously, it was good practice to create a gated check in definition that did a quick release build to prevent developers from checking in broken code, followed by a full CI build definition that built for all your environments.  While this worked, and... Continue Reading →

Using VSTS to deploy to AWS

VSTS touts that it can be used to deploy your code anywhere.  While that's true, they don't necessarily give you the tools to do it unless that "anywhere" is Azure.  This guide will give you the steps to set up a file drop onto an S3 AWS resource that you can use to trigger an... Continue Reading →

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