The process of building dashboard in azure is really easy by pining the area to the dashboards. Normally engineers login to the portal to create the dashboards. I have been promoting this model at various people I work with. Again, one of the things which kept me striking was how best and far we can go… Read More Building Azure Dashboards using ARM Template and Deploy via Octopus Deploy
Here you go Building infrastructure manually by point and click means you lose integrity between environmens , deployment and testing aspects of application becames harder. Unable to demonstrate that Dev, Test , Integration , Staging and production are configured in same way because humans are generally not very good in repetitive tasks rather they are… Read More 5 reasons, why infrastructure as code is important?
Data Flow ====> Production –> Staging –> Integration –> Test –> Dev I have been working with various clients with different kind of requirements for each one of them. Thinking about it all of them lead to one common purpose. What is that? We develop applications and write automated tests to validate them on regular… Read More Azure SQL Database Content Synchronisation to Downstream Environments
Let’s do a quick overview of the simple XML file. Below diagram should represent the xml structure Below is the actual XML File Let’s, Just into PowerShell Scripts. Now, we need to update the Gear type from auto to Manual Github link to PowerShell – https://raw.githubusercontent.com/mani0070/Automate/master/XML/UpdateAttribute.ps1 Example 2 : some other ways of doing… Read More PowerShell – Ways to Update XML Data
I have been working in the space of DevOps (build/deployment/software delivery/automation) looking at delivering the software more efficiently from the customer user stories into the usable feature by customers. There are many ways of doing this, everyone have their own ideas and thoughts, but in the series you are really going to get the best… Read More Part 1 – How to Choose Best Tools In the Industry to deliver software