A few days ago the “Azure Management Groups” got into Public Preview. The pitch as mentioned to the docs ;
You can build a flexible structure of management groups and subscriptions to organize your resources into a hierarchy for unified policy and access management.
During the current preview, policies aren’t yet part of the preview. Though they will be included later on. So for the moment you can use them to setup a unified access management structure for your governance.
Taking a peek
So let’s take a look at how it looks?
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A few months ago “Azure Devops Projects” was released. As I haven’t had the time yet to test-drive it, I was still sceptic towards the service from a naming perspective. In full disclosure, for me DevOps is about three aspects ; People, Processes & Products (“Tools”). The last part is typically, and maybe surprisingly, the most easy part to do. That being said, as I tried this service, I must admit that this service reduces the friction to set up an end-to-end project. This is where the Azure Devops Project shines! It guides you in a step-by-step manner to set up the end-to-end project for a variety of languages and deployment methods.
A brief walk-through
As we all know, the proof of the pudding is in the eating. So let’s see what the flow looks like in reality?
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