This Microsoft Azure DevOps and Bicep will show you to deploy a Bicep template to Microsoft Azure using a pipeline.
When deploying Windows applications to Microsoft Intune, MSI applications are straightforward and don’t require special preparation compared to EXE-based installations.
This Microsoft Azure DevOps blog post will show how to set a default branch in a repository.
Azure DevOps CLI allows us to create, manage and delete objects and resources inside an Azure DevOps tenant.
This Azure DevOps Pipelines blog post will show you how to pass variables to an ARM template.
This blog post will show you how to connect to a MySQL Server with SSL enabled hosted on Microsoft Azure.
This blog post will show you how to create a Bastion host on Microsoft Azure using Terraform configuration.
This blog post will show you how to add .NET to your Linux PATH and set the OS to use the correct version.
Sometimes when developing applications, we need to “lockdown” the SDK version and not use the latest version installed on the machine.
In this Microsoft Azure blog post we are going to delete a Virtual Machine running using the Azure CLI command line utility.