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NetPonto 60th Meeting Session Slides - "Creating a Rocking Development Environment in 3600 Seconds with Microsoft Team Services and Azure"
60ª Reunião Presencial - 19/03/2016
Creating a Rocking Development Environment in 3600 Seconds with Microsoft Team Services and Azure Tiago Costa
MCT - Microsoft Certified Trainer
MCT Regional Lead - Portugal
IT Consultant, Developer, Author and Speaker
Work in Portugal and across Europe
MCT since 2006
Working in IT since 1998
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Introducing Visual Studio Team Services?
Demo: Visual Studio Team Services
Demo: Creating and Managing Web Apps in Azure
Integration of Visual Studio Team Services and Azure
Demo: Continuous Integration with Team Services and Azure
Introducing Visual Studio Team Services
Five free basic users
Unlimited private Team Project
Agile Project Management
MSDN subscribers can join any project at no additional charge
What you can do with the Stakeholder License
Full read/write/create on all work items
Create, run and save (to “My Queries”) work item queries
View project and team home pages
Access to the backlog, including add and update (but no ability to reprioritize the work)
Ability to receive work item alerts
What you can’t do with the Stakeholder License
No ability to reprioritize/decompose work (using Backlog features in Web Access)
No ability to create Work Item Charts
No access from MS Excel or MS Project clients
No access to Code, Build, Team Rooms or Test hubs
No access to any administrative functionality (Team membership, license administration, permissions, area/iterations configuration, sprint configuration, home page configuration, creation of shared queries, etc.)
Using Organizational Accounts
Link VSTS account to an Azure Active Directory
If you use an on-premises Active Directory (AD), you can synchronize it with your directory in Azure AD
The TFS Admin's Life before VSTS
Initial Setup of TFS Environment
Install & Configure according to best practices: IIS, SQL Server, SSRS, SSAS, TFS App Tier, etc.
Install & Configure Build Controllers + Agents
Keep all parts up to date (Windows Server, SQL Server, TFS, etc.)
Monitor Backup Runs (and try out disaster recovery scenario)
Monitor Hard Disk space
The TFS Admin's Life after VSTS
Log in at tfs.visualstudio.com
Create an VSTS Account
Create your first Team Project
What about Backups?
All data is stored in triplicate on three physically-distinct servers.
Full backups are taken every day with incremental backups every hour.
If you want your own backup of your source code, you can sync your source to your local machine.
Integrating Visual Studio Team Services
Lightweight and easy to work with JSON REST APIs
Create and query work items, queue a build, access source code, and more
OAuth 2.0-based authorization (Safer and more secure compared to basic authentication)
Visual Studio Team Services Build Services
Hosted Build Controller" automatically added
Free amount: 240 Minutes / month (per VSO account)
Ability to run Custom Build Activities or Build Process Templates
Run custom scripts (Batch, PowerShell, command line tools) as part of your builds
Run and connect on-premises build agents to your VSO account
Visual Studio Team Services Load Testing Services
What you need to get started
The application under test needs a public endpoint (IP)
Load Testing is a Visual Studio Ultimate feature only
20,000 virtual user minutes free per month (per VSO account)
Example: A load test with 250 concurrent virtual users can be run for a total of 60 minutes per month
Visual Studio Application Insights
A set of cloud-based services to provide “360 degree view” into the availability, performance, and usage of your applications and services.
Introducing Microsoft Visual Studio Team Services
Microsoft Azure WebApps
Azure websites can run
Creating and Managing Web Apps in Microsoft Azure
Automatically generating a build whenever code is checked in.
Optimize the regression testing effort
Continuous Integration with Visual Studio Team Services and Microsoft Azure
Do you have automations between Source Control and Deployment Environments?
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