Automated VR (Virtual Reality) application build pipeline using Azure

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VRize is a startup which provides end-to-end virtual reality enterprise solutions.They are launching VRize Video which is a CMS (Contents Management Service) for help a customer to provide multi-device VR video application. On this service, once a customer submits their application on the VRize video, then the VRize video automatically kicks Jenkins and build the application for…

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Performance tuning for ACR (Azure Container Registry)

My customer wants to optimize the ACR (Azure Container Registry) docker pull performance. I’ve done some performance experiment for ACR. Experiment I upload a big docker image(1.98G) then pull it and track the time. I live in Japan. I used to use West US region for ACR. However, now we can use Japan East region….

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Enabling “Update only if changed” flag for the Update Service Fabric App Version on VSTS

When I deploy my apps into a Service Fabric cluster using VSTS, I don’t want to update App version every time. I found “Update only if changed” flag on “Update Service Fabric App Versions” task. However, it doesn’t work when I follow the instruction. You can see the document it says Note: By default, the…

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Building your Service Fabric Environment on your Mac with Eclipse

I create a development environment for Service Fabric (Java) with my Mac and Eclipse. However, I notice a lot of pit holes on the get started page. I’ll send pull request for this. Before it is accepted, I’d like to share how to create your development environment on your Mac. Create a Service Fabric Local…

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Journey to the Kubernetes from Legacy docker environment on Azure with VSTS

  Personally, I’d like to see what happens if I migrate from a docker based legacy system into Kubernetes. For this purpose, I migrate a small legacy system to a Kubernetes cluster with VSTS. Since this is on the public repo, your can reproduce this step by yourself. I’d like to share the obstacles and…

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DevOps as Microservices Readiness

Are you ready for moving Microservices? A lot of our customers want to move Microservices. Before moving Microservices, you need to check if you are ready for Microservices. When I talk, hack with my customers. I feel a lot of teams are not ready for Microservices, yet. Don’t worry about that. I’ll explain how to…

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Storage migration from Google Cloud to Azure using Azure Functions

My Customer wants to move from Google Cloud to Azure. One of their problems was the storage migration. However, the problem is they have too many files, so the gsutil, which is a tool of Google Cloud, didn’t get a response for listing the files. To solve this problem, I wrote code for Azure Functions…

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PowerShell CI pipeline using VSTS and Pester

I talked about BDD on PowerShell meetup Tokyo.  I’d like to share some tips for enabling BDD and Continuous Integration using VSTS. If you create a decent Unit tests when you write a PowerShell, you can feel safe and sound. Also if you have continuous integration system for your PowerShell, You can notice the problem…

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Enabling Vamp on Azure Container Service (DC/OS)

Vamp is an open source, self-hosted platform for managing microservice oriented architectures that rely on container technology. It help us to enable auto-scaling, canaly releasing, blue-green deployment, self-healing, and auto-configration of application gateway. Enabling these functions are tough. You need to configure a lot of things. However, Just installing vamp on DC/OS, it will help…

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Seven deployment strategies for Service Fabric

I’ve finished two hackfests with our partners as a DevOps evangelist. During the hackfest, I find some typical patterns that they want to know. I’d like to share these. I hope you like this. 1. Simple Deployment Pipeline People want to know the typical CI/CD pipeline for Service Fabric. When you try Service Fabric, I…

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