Using resource group locks from a pipeline

A few days ago, I talked about one of the most underutilized features in Azure - resource group locks. Resource group locks lessen the chance to manual mistakes and especially read-only resource group locks. Especially when coupled with the use...

Approvals in unified pipelines (yaml)

As Microsoft has been re-creating their pipeline experience though unified YAML-based pipelines, there has been gaps in terms of feature parity when compared to the traditional approach. One example of the lack of parity for a time was manual approvals....

CI/CD for Web App for Container

Deploying to an Azure Web App for Container is a bit different than deploying to a traditional Azure Web App. Why? Because when using traditional application deployments, we push our code to the destination. With containers, we instead pull a...

Quick and dirty ARM template

There are several ways to adopt infrastructure as code when using Azure. Azure Resource Manager (ARM) templates are the native way. One way to create an ARM template is to look at the ARM Template Quickstarts and copy bits and...

DRY and CI/CD

DRY is the well known best-practice of not duplicating code so that code can be more maintainable and readable. Is this concept applicable to CI/CD?

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