Basic DevOps in Azure Websites (and Behind the scenes 👅 )

  1. Azure Repos (from Azure DevOps)
  2. Github 🐙
  3. BitBucket
  4. Local Git
  5. OneDrive
  6. DropBox
  7. External (Public Git or Mercurial repo)
  8. FTP
  1. Kudu Services
  2. Azure Pipelines (Preview)
Deployment center in Azure websites
Step 1 : select source control
Step 2 : Select Build provider
Step 3 : Configure source control
step 4 : Summary

Behind the Scenes :

Behind the scenes : WebHook

Verify your Deployment :

Verify Deployment settings — 1
Verify Deployment settings — 2

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Microsoft Certified: Azure Solutions Architect Expert, Microsoft Student Partner since 2015, Cloud Developer, PHP and Flutter Lover, https://niravmadariya.com

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Nirav Madariya

Nirav Madariya

Microsoft Certified: Azure Solutions Architect Expert, Microsoft Student Partner since 2015, Cloud Developer, PHP and Flutter Lover, https://niravmadariya.com

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