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What's New in Azure DevOps?

July Improved traceability for pipeline trigger failures This is probably my favorite thing out of the bunch (but please don’t stop reading after this!). When a pipeline ...
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InCycle Named 2020 Microsoft US Partner Award Winner

  • InCycle
  • July 21, 2020
  • Awards
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What Is Container Image Management?

  • TJ Cappelletti
  • July 14, 2020
  • Docker
This concept of process isolation has been around for a long time in Unix/Linux space and more recently Windows. With it comes new challenges that forces developers and ...
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Azure Policy for Kubernetes (AKS) Clusters

In this post we will quickly review the Azure Policy offering. We will then look at how Kubernetes has approached the same issues, specifically looking at the Open ...
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Why Adopt Containers and Kubernetes?

  • David Pitcher
  • June 23, 2020
  • Azure
What are containers? A container allows for process and dependency isolation whereas virtual machines are focused at hardware isolation. Creating a container does not ...
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What is Azure Synapse Analytics?

What is Azure Synapse Analytics? Azure Synapse Analytics is the evolution of the previous Azure SQL Data Warehouse SaaS solution. Synapse has become a multi-node ...
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Webinar: Accelerating DevOps with GitHub

  • InCycle
  • June 16, 2020
  • GitHub
Join our team of experienced professionals as they deliver a practical GitHub demo complete with automated CI/CD using GitHub Actions. The demo will include:
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Webinar: Operationalizing Microsoft Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS)

  • InCycle
  • May 22, 2020
  • AKS
Join our team of experienced professionals as they deliver an in-depth and practical Kubernetes & AKS presentation covering the following key topics:
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InCycle Formalizes GitHub Partnership

InCycle Expands DevOps Practice to Include GitHub  InCycle is proud to announce that we are officially a GitHub Verified Partner. Building on our industry expertise and ...
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Kubernetes for the Enterprise

  • Daniel Mann
  • April 28, 2020
  • AKS
If you're a little bit confused about all of the terminology and tools surrounding containers, or if you're interested in better understanding how to operationalize AKS, ...
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