Granular VSTS/TFS Deployment Privileges using Service Principals

Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) and Team Foundation Server (TFS) integrate smoothly with Azure App Services for Continuous Deployment. It is even possible to set up Continuous Deployment to an isolated App Service Environment (ASE). The easiest way to get started with this is when you log into VSTS with the same credentials as you…

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VSTS/TFS Continuous Deployment to App Service Environment (ASE) after Disabling TLS 1.0

If you are a regular reader of my blog, you will have noticed that I have been spending some time working with Azure App Service Environment (ASE). It is available in Azure Government and should be the technology of choice for Government Web Apps. In a previous blog post, I have described how to do…

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Azure App Service Environment Available in Azure Government

I am very excited to report that I have just deployed an isolated App Service Environment (ASE) in Azure Government. Here are a few quick pointers on how to get started. Azure App Service Environment (ASE) is an isolated deployment of App Service dedicated to a single subscription. It is ideal for applications that require…

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Continuous Deployment with VSTS/TFS and App Service Environment (ASE)

My colleague Harshal Dharia and I have been exploring workflows for CI/CD using VSTS or TFS when using Azure App Service Environment (ASE). In this blog post, I provide some templates to illustrate this workflow. The Azure App Service Environment (ASE) allows you to deploy Azure Web Apps into a private environment for enhanced security…

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CI/CD for ColdFusion with Azure Web App

This tutorial covers how to set up Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Delivery (CD) of a ColdFusion application to an Azure Web App. In order to follow this tutorial, you should know how to deploy ColdFusion to an Azure Web App, you can find a detailed tutorial on this here. If you need a general…

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