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Azure DevOps: Deploying to IIS with Windows VM Environments
Published Jan 15, 2021 by Isaac Johnson
In Azure DevOps we’ve covered plenty with linux deployments and containerized workloads. But at times we may need to deploy to a set of Windows hosts, especially if we need to support IIS workload...
Azure DevOps Pull Request Checks
Published Jan 8, 2021 by Isaac Johnson
One of the nice features of Azure DevOps Repos is the ability to control Pull Requests with PR Policies. Policies such as minimum number of reviewers, PR build checks, comment response and Work Ite...
Azure DevOps Agent Pools: The Power of VMSS
Published Dec 31, 2020 by Isaac Johnson
Most recently in conversation with my colleague Jason, I brought up the power of VMSS backed agents. I covered them in my WhizLabs course, but haven’t discussed them, to date, here in the blog.
Rollbar: Getting Started
Published Dec 17, 2020 by Isaac Johnson
What is Rollbar? They bill themselves as the Continuous Code Improvement Platform with real time AI-assisted workflows.Interestingly enough I found them through a mobile advert and subsequently sig...
Oracle Cloud: VMs, K3s, and Container Registry
Published Dec 9, 2020 by Isaac Johnson
There is one cloud I’ve avoided. I have feelings about their business policies and treatment of the open source community. However, since Oracle is buying Tik Tok to leverage their Cloud, I decide...
Published Dec 1, 2020 by Isaac Johnson
Epsagonwas one of the KubeCon sponsors this year that caught my eye. They have a tracing suite with a free tier that seemed interesting. One can track a thousand traces a month in the free tier w...
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