Updating your Azure DevOps ARM Service Connections to use the recommended Workload Identity Federation This post is showcased on Microsoft Premier Developer Blog. With the recent arrival of the Public preview of Workload identity federation for Azure Pipelines, you may be wondering how can I efficiently migrate my dozens or even hundreds of ARM Service Connections
Part 1: Laying out foundations for multicloud and hybrid cloud financial governance In this post, we discuss Cloud Economics. This is showcased on Microsoft Premier Developer Blog. We will focus on Cost Optimization which is the first pillar of the Microsoft Azure Well-Architected Framework. However, whenever possible, we will extract principles that apply to other
If you live in the Northern Hemisphere during the Spring of 2020 and you are a parent of a school-aged child, then we likely have something in common: you’re home-bound and so is your child. The COVID-19 pandemic has hit your country as can be seen in the John Hopkins Coronavirus map. You probably heard
Part 3: Security In Part 1 of the series (first showcased on Microsoft’s Premier Developer Blog), we discussed the business value of taking a single organization, single project approach in your Azure DevOps journey. In Part 2, we covered the fundamental techniques on which the Migration Tool relies. In this post, we will talk about
Part 2: The Migration Tool In our previous post (first showcased on Microsoft’s Premier Developer Blog), we discussed the business value of taking a single organization, single project approach for all of your enterprise or organization’s IT projects. Emphasis on this last word is placed because the word project is used in the business sense.
The Trilogy – Part 1 In this 3-part series showcased on Microsoft’s Premier Developer Blog, we will discuss the business value of having a single organization, single project approach in your Azure DevOps journey. Why a single project approach you ask? Usually, organizations or enterprises start their Azure DevOps journey in one of two ways: