Empower Kubernetes developers with guardrails

Background A while ago, I wrote a post: Azure DevOps Multi-Stage pipelines for Enterprise AKS scenarios. The idea was having a platform team that enforces best practices, security and other compliance aspects to Kubernetes platform and allows one ore more workload-teams (i.e., product teams) build and deploy their workload into the cluster. The previous post suggested … Continue reading Empower Kubernetes developers with guardrails

Elastic self-hosted pool for Azure DevOps

Introduction If you are using Azure Pipelines, then you surely have used Microsoft-hosted agent. With Microsoft-hosted agents, maintenance and upgrades are taken care of for you. However, there are times when self-hosted agents are needed (i.e. customized images, network connectivity requirements etc.). Pipeline agents can be hosted as stand-alone, on Azure virtual machine scale-sets, as … Continue reading Elastic self-hosted pool for Azure DevOps

Continuously deliver changes to Azure API management service with Git Configuration Repository

What is API management Publishing data, insights and business capabilities via API in a unified way can be challenging at times. Azure API management (APIM) makes it simpler than ever. Businesses everywhere are looking to extend their operations as a digital platform, creating new channels, finding new customers and driving deeper engagement with existing ones. … Continue reading Continuously deliver changes to Azure API management service with Git Configuration Repository

Resilient Azure Data Lake Analytics (ADLA) Jobs with Azure Functions

Azure Data Lake Analytics is an on-demand analytics job service that allows writing queries to transform data and grab insights efficiently. The analytics service can handle jobs of any scale instantly by setting the dial for how much power you need. In many organizations, these jobs could play a crucial role and reliability of these … Continue reading Resilient Azure Data Lake Analytics (ADLA) Jobs with Azure Functions