DevOps in the Enterprise

The role of IT in DevOps

DevOps FoMO? Get up to speed on culture and continuous delivery with the DevOps Fundamentals Series

DevOps has quickly risen to popularity as a culture shift that enables companies to achieve faster and higher-quality software delivery and increased customer satisfaction.  If you have DevOps FoMO (fear of missing out), the DevOps Fundamentals series is for you. It explains key concepts and practices, and maps them to technical demos with Microsoft technologies…. Read more

VorlonJS – A Journey to DevOps: Release Management with Visual Studio Team Services

If you have any question about this blog post series or DevOps, feel free to contact me directly on Twitter : https://twitter.com/jcorioland. This post is part of the series “VorlonJS – A Journey to DevOps” Introduction In the previous articles of this series, we discuss about how to use the VSTS build system to do… Read more

VorlonJS – A Journey to DevOps: Infrastructure as Code with Microsoft Azure and Resource Manager

If you have any question about this blog post series or DevOps, feel free to contact me directly on Twitter : https://twitter.com/jcorioland. This post is part of the series “VorlonJS – A Journey to DevOps” What is Infrastructure as Code? Infrastructure as Code helps to improve the way you are managing and creating the different… Read more

Chef Meetup at Microsoft Reactor

Microsoft and Chef have proven again and again, Chef and Azure go together extremely well. Case in point a cool company called kCura or Microsoft’s own MSN. If any of this resonates and you want to find out more, Here’s a treat for you: On February 10, 2016 Chef hosts a meetup at the Microsoft… Read more

VorlonJS – A Journey to DevOps: Continuous Integration using GitHub and Visual Studio Team Services

If you have any question about this blog post series or DevOps, feel free to contact me directly on Twitter : https://twitter.com/jcorioland. This post is part of the series “VorlonJS – A Journey to DevOps” As you maybe already know, Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) provides a source code version control tool that supports GIT… Read more

VorlonJS – A Journey to DevOps: Project Planning and Management with Visual Studio Team Services

If you have any question about this blog post series or DevOps, feel free to contact me directly on Twitter : https://twitter.com/jcorioland. This post is part of the series “VorlonJS – A Journey to DevOps” Share the information with the whole team! Sharing the information between all the people that work on a same project is really… Read more

VorlonJS – A Journey to DevOps: Introducing the blog post series

If you have any question about this blog post series or DevOps, feel free to contact me directly on Twitter : https://twitter.com/jcorioland. What is Vorlon.JS? Vorlon.JS is a node.js based tool for web developers that allows you to remotely test, inspect and debug a web application. Because it’s not easy to use traditional web debugging… Read more

Infrastructure as Code and Continuous Deployment of a Node.js + Azure DocumentDB Solution

Azure Resource Manager (ARM) templates can be used to declaratively describe the infrastructure behind your solution. Azure DocumentDB has recently been added to the list of resources supported by ARM, so now you can use ARM to define your DocumentDB account as well. This blog post describes an Azure Resource Manager template and a sample… Read more

DevOps Hackathon or How To Learn To Embrace Your Ops Team

Sounds impossible? Changing behavior is hard after all. And as psychology 101 tells us, we as individuals always behave in sync with our motivations. And history tells us, in the case of dev and ops, the motivations couldn't be more different. See for yourself. Today’s fast paced world demands improved software delivery processes. Customers come… Read more

A DevOps Hackathon Coming to Munich

Register now! There are two cross-platform DevOps Hackathon events available which last two days each; one in Munich, Germany (May 18-19th), and one in Toronto, Ontario, Canada (June 4-5th) between now and end of June. Hack away, learn, and establish new connections with peers! We’re still in the middle of Microsoft Ignite in Chicago but feel… Read more