Manage your open source usage and security as reported by your CI/CD pipeline

In the article Manage your open source usage and security in your pipeline, we introduced you to WhiteSource and how it can be used to help manage open source libraries within your projects. We cover the core features of WhiteSource, the primary benefits of using it and how to implement it within your CI/CD processes….

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Setup a CI/CD pipeline with package management for your Team Services extension

In recent posts we covered our CI/CD pipelines for the Yeoman generator package, for simple extensions, and for extension with unit testing and code coverage. We continue by exploring our Roll-up Board extension pipeline, which pulls a shared package from the Package Management in Team Services. These CI/CD pipeline posts are based on our Applying…

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Where can I find the Visual Studio ALM Ranger bits? Bookmark one URL!

If you are reading this post you’re already in the right place! We’re often asked by users where they can find our latest artefacts, for example guidance, tools, testimonials, videos, articles, and research findings. Well, it’s evolving on CodePlex, GitHub, Channel9, Marketplace, and many other interesting places. Finding our bits Remember the aka.ms/vsar URL, where…

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Set up a CI/CD pipeline with unit testing and code coverage for your Team Services extension

We receive a notification that there’s a pull request to review for our Team Services extensibility project. We discuss the proposed changes as a team, eventually merge the new feature(s) into the master branch, and close the pull request. Done … right? Not quite. The merge triggers our automated CI/CD pipeline, which consistently builds, tests…

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Set up a CI/CD pipeline for your Team Services extension

We receive a notification that there’s a pull request to review for our Team Services extensibility project. We discuss the proposed changes as a team, eventually merge the new feature(s) into the master branch, and close the pull request. Done … right? Not quite. The merge triggers our automated CI/CD pipeline, which consistently builds and…

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How to implement feature flags and A|B testing

Finally, continuous integration, testing, and delivery are part of your organization’s engineering process. You understand the cloud and big data; you’ve begun to introduce monitoring into your workflows. Your environments are built on IaC (Infrastructure as Code), and reliability seems to be significantly improved. Your engineering teams are getting comfortable with containers.” But, you know…

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Accessing Azure Storage from a VSTS extension

The Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) extension framework gives you the ability to store data in the data storage of an extension. This is the ideal location for data that is retrieved or collected by the extension itself but the corresponding APIs are not accessible from outside of the extension context. If your extension requires deep interaction with…

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Manage your open source usage and security in your pipeline

The open source approach has a tremendous value for us as a technological community. The collaborative development model helps the industry evolve rapidly, increase innovation and save time and money. We all use open source components in our applications, front or back end, JavaScript, .NET or Python, whether it is a JSON serialization library or…

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Importing from JIRA to VSTS

In this post we’ll share our research on how to import your current project information from JIRA to VSTS. Overview There is a rising demand from our customers to sync/move project items from JIRA to VSTS in order to support a wide variety of integration scenarios. Capitalizing on how extensible both platforms are, in this…