Disclaimer: This is more technical than what I like putting in a blog post. I don’t know a way around it as feel like it’s
In Jun `21 I had the opportunity to present to the Omaha Azure User’s Group on the topic of YAML Pipelines within Azure DevOps. Here
If you missed it azurerm v2.59 of Terraform supports consumption resources. This is big as it allows us to apply an Azure Consumption Budget via
This a post related to my post on “Creating Azure Policy via Terraform” and throws in how to deal reusing an Azure Policy Definition for
Historically speaking one of the pitfalls when working with Azure ARM deployments has been a lack of a ‘plan’ or outline as to what the
Azure Policy is a way to proactively prevent Azure resources from being created that violate your organizations policies/standards/best practices. A policy can enforce a plethora
Azure Automation Accounts leverage Azure Runbooks to automate processes within organizations’ Azure tenants. This process can be very powerful and help organizations effectively manage, scan,
Advanced usage of YAML Objects to automate the Azure DevOps Multi Stage Pipeline process.
One of the requested features of YAML DevOps Pipelines has been the ability to add a manual intervention task. One that may pause the pipeline
YAML Pipelines can be optimized for reuse via templating at the task, job, and stage level.