Recording for Inside Azure Management Virtual Summit Now Available

This week, on July 23rd (US time), we had a one-day 17-hour free online event Inside Azure Management Virtual Summit. I have teamed up with my buddy Alex Verkinderen (@AlexVerkinderen) again, and delivered an updated version of our talk at Microsoft Ignite the Tour Sydney in February 2020: Azure Monitor – Design and Implement Monitoring Solution with ARM and CI/CD. In our session, we have covered and demonstrated the following in the Azure Pipeline: Using ARM What-If API in the PR build so approvers can see what changes will be made to your Azure environments. Using Microsoft Security Code Analysis

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Use GitHub Super Linter in Azure Pipelines

Recently, GitHub has released an open-sourced tool called Super Linter (Blog, Repo). It’s basically a swiss army knife of linters for a collection of languages. This is really cool since I can replace many language-specific tests with a single tool. At the time of writing this article, it already supports many popular languages such as Dockerfile, Golang, JavaScript, JSON, Markdown, YAML, Python3, PHP, Terraform, PowerShell, bash, and many more. The full list is documented on the README file on the GitHub repo. Although the GitHub Super Linter is designed to be used in GitHub Actions, it runs on a container

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