The top stories from the #AzureDevOps #community for 2021.11.05 are here!
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This week was Microsoft Ignite which saw lots of new product updates to Azure and the Microsoft ecosystem. Whether you’re part of a DevOps team, a software developer, or an IT Pro you have the ability to build using the services you need with Azure. You can find all the sessions from Ignite in the session catalog and all the product updates from the Azure Updates blog. The announcements I have been the most excited about were the public previews of Azure Chaos Studio and Azure Container Apps.
This week brings more posts from across the DevOps on Azure community. We’ve got new posts on Azure Functions, Bicep, Chaos Engineering, and more. Let’s dive into this week’s posts and see what the community has for us.
How to deploy Azure machine learning models as a secure endpoint
René Bremer explains how to build an MLOps pipeline with Azure API management to deploy models as a secure endpoint.
New features for my Azure DevOps Release Notes Extension
Richard Fennell shares the new user-requested features for his Azure DevOps extension Generate Release Notes he’s created including generating multiple documents in a single run.
Streamlining your pipeline approvals, without flooding DevSecOps with noise
Willy-Peter Schaub covers reducing the amount of security rules required in your pipelines with artifact filters.
Move from Azure Boards to GitHub Projects (beta) ?
Panu Oksala looks at some of the new features of using GitHub Projects (beta) and asks if it’s time to move your development planning there.
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Happy Friday, may your deploys go as planned and your weekend be fun!
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