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Azure Pipeline Part 5 – Checkout

Azure Pipeline Part 5 – Checkout Hello Everyone Welcome to CloudAffaire and this is Debjeet. Today we are going to discuss how to clone multiple git repositories in Azure Pipelines using checkout block. By default, the repository hosting your azure pipeline config YAML file gets cloned when you execute a pipeline. But your pipeline may require source code hosted in different git repositories. In such scenarios, you can use checkout block inside a job…

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Azure Pipeline Part 4 – Script Bash pwsh PowerShell

Azure Pipeline Part 4 – Script Bash pwsh PowerShell Hello Everyone Welcome to CloudAffaire and this is Debjeet. Today we are going to discuss script, bash, pwsh, and PowerShell in Azure Pipelines. Script, bash, pwsh or PowerShell block allows you to execute a command or script inside a step in Azure Pipelines. Azure Pipeline Part 4 – Script Bash pwsh PowerShell Prerequisites: One active Azure DevOps account Personal Access Token (PAT) A self-hosted agent…

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Azure Pipeline Part 3 – steps jobs stages

Azure Pipeline Part 3 – steps jobs stages Hello Everyone Welcome to CloudAffaire and this is Debjeet. Today we are going to discuss steps, jobs and stages in Azure Pipelines. Azure pipeline consists of one or more stages that describe a CI/CD process. Stages are the major divisions in a pipeline. For example, your pipeline can have one stage each for build, test and deploy your application. A stage consists of one or more…

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Azure Pipeline Part 2 – Triggers

Azure Pipeline Part 2 – Triggers Hello Everyone Welcome to CloudAffaire and this is Debjeet. Today we are going to discuss different ways to trigger an Azure Pipeline. Azure Pipeline supports triggering an Azure Pipeline based on push, pull, schedule, from another pipeline or manually using UI or API. Azure Pipeline Part 2 – Triggers Prerequisites: One active Azure DevOps account Personal Access Token (PAT) A self-hosted agent registered to your Azure DevOps organization…

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Azure Pipeline Part 1 – Pool Demands Capabilities Agent Variables

Azure Pipeline Part 1 – Pool Demands Capabilities Agent Variables Hello Everyone Welcome to CloudAffaire and this is Debjeet. Today we are going to discuss pool, demands, capabilities, and agent variables in Azure Pipeline. When you create an Azure Pipeline, you need to define the place where the pipeline will get executed. Using pool, you can define in which server (agent) your pipeline will get executed. What is Azure Pipelines agents? To build your…

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How to create and execute Azure Pipelines using REST API?

How to create and execute Azure Pipelines using REST API? Hello Everyone Welcome to CloudAffaire and this is Debjeet. Today we are going to discuss how to create and execute Azure Pipelines using REST API. We will also discuss components and structure of Azure Pipelines. Azure Pipeline Structure: A pipeline is one or more stages that describe a CI/CD process. Stages are the major divisions in a pipeline. The stages "Build this app," "Run…

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How to install configure and add self-hosted agents in Azure DevOps?

How to install, configure and add self-hosted agent in Azure DevOps? Hello Everyone Welcome to CloudAffaire and this is Debjeet. Today we are going to discuss how to install configure and add a self-hosted agent in Azure DevOps. What is Azure Pipeline? Azure Pipelines automatically builds and tests code projects to make them available to others. It works with just about any language or project type. Azure Pipelines combines continuous integration (CI) and continuous…

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Azure Repos Configuration Options

Azure Repos Configuration Options Hello Everyone Welcome to CloudAffaire and this is Debjeet. In today’s blog post, we will discuss different configuration options available in Azure Repos. Azure Repos Configuration Options: All repository settings: Setting Default Description Default branch name for new repositories Off When enabled, new repositories are initialized with the name of the branch that you specify. You can change the default branch for a particular repository at any time. The default…

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Working with Azure Repos

Working with Azure Repos Hello Everyone Welcome to CloudAffaire and this is Debjeet. In today’s blog post, we will learn how to create a new branch, then merge branches with pull request and create a new tag in Azure repos. Prerequisites: Azure DevOps account. Create a new Azure DevOps project Step 1: Login to your Azure DevOps portal using below link. https://dev.azure.com/your_organization_name Step 2: Click “New Project” and provide a name, description and visibility…

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How to connect Azure Repo with VS Code?

How to connect Azure Repo with VS Code? Hello Everyone Welcome to CloudAffaire and this is Debjeet. Today we will discuss how to connect an Azure repo with VS Code. You can setup Azure repo with VS Code to pull and push changes to Azure repo using VS Code. Prerequisites: Azure DevOps account. Step 1: Login to your Azure DevOps portal using below link. https://dev.azure.com/your_organization_name Step 2: Click “New Project” and provide a name,…

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