Variable library groups and Azure Key Vault

In my previous post, I explained how to use Azure Key Vault values in a particular Build/Release, but as Vinicius Moura posted in twitter, there is another option using Libraries in your Team Project, and I wanted to just give my opinion or how I use one or another option. Just to introduce it, Libraries […]

Using Azure Key Vault Secrets for your VSTS Releases

DISCLAIMER: I’m assuming you already have created your Azure Key Vault, and stored secrets/certificates in it, if you are not familiar with this (it is super-easy) you can check this article: This is a short but, at least for me, very useful topic for keeping your deployment secrets more secure. Most of the times, […]

Debugging deployed Azure Web Apps with VSTS Symbol Server

Obviously, debugging an already deployed application, doesn’t matter if Azure or any other environment, is something we must use as a last resort, I would always prefer to be able to reproduce some kind of situation with a local test and correct it. But sometimes we would need to debug an already deployed application, and […]

Roll-out deployments with Visual Studio Team Services Deployment Groups

Disclosure: This post assumes you are familiar with Team Build and Release Management Recently Microsoft announced Deployment Groups Preview for Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS). Until now, if you were using the latest version of Release Management, the only option for deployments are the agent-less option, referring for the no need for an agent on […]