It's essential to understand the precise behaviour your Azure templates will have when deployed, to avoid any unexpected issues or even data loss that could occur. This week's post will explore an example of why this is so important, involving Azure App Service application settings.
Getting your Azure Board backlog working correctly may require some tinkering, particularly if you decide to take advantage of certain features after you have begun using the application. In this post, I'll show you how to get the Team Board/Backlog configured to show work items from all sub-areas within your project.
Depending on the type of data being worked with within Power BI, you may find yourself unable to leverage Power Query to perform any data transformation required. In this scenario, such as when working with Streaming Analytic Power BI datasets, DAX can come to the rescue, and we'll see how in this post.
Web application releases are a scary affair and, depending on the criticality of your system, you may need to put yourself in a position where changes, such as a SQL Server database upgrades, can be rolled back immediately. Fortunately, when using Azure DevOps, it's easier to do then you may think...
“Cannot move resources because some site(s) are hosted by other resource group(s)…” Error Message (Azure Web App)
Resource moves on Microsoft Azure are generally a run-of-the-mill affair that subscription administrators can do with ease. On some occasions though, you may find yourself unable to move your web resources. In this post, we'll find out how to solve a specific issue involving an Azure App Service resource.
You ever had that feeling where you know something has worked successfully in the past, yet for some unexplainable reason, it suddenly decides not to? I had a recent example of this happening with a PowerShell script task in Azure DevOps which, in the end, had a pretty straightforward solution...
For the past 13 weeks on the blog, I have delivered a series of posts concerning Microsoft Exam 70-778, specifically focused towards providing a set of detailed revision notes that cover the broad array of Power BI features assessed as part of the exam. To round things off, today's blog will bridge together everything I [...]
Welcome to the twelfth and penultimate post in my blog series concerning Microsoft Exam 70-778, where I hope to provide a revision tool for those planning to take the exam or a learning aid for those looking to increase their Power BI knowledge. We're on the home stretch now and, after reviewing last week the [...]
Welcome to post number nine in my series designed to provide a revision tool for Microsoft Exam 70-778, and for those looking to increase their expertise in Power BI. The topics we have covered so far in the series have all involved Power BI Desktop primarily, and we now move away from this as we [...]
Towards the back end of last year, I discovered the joys and simplicity of Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS)/Azure DevOps. Regardless of what type of development workload that you face, the service provides a whole range of features that can speed up development, automate important build/release tasks and also assist with any testing workloads that you [...]