Happy Friday! It’s the last Friday in June and I’ve got some great posts for you this week. Covering a variety of topics including creating dynamic pools of self-hosted agents, improving your documentation, working with on-premises source control, and using the cool new GitHub Super Linter, there is a little something for everyone. We also have a couple of special mentions at the end of the post covering a few projects to help you manage your Azure DevOps environment.
Run Azure DevOps self-hosted agents in Azure Container Instance using Terraform
Need to build a dynamic pool of self-hosted build agents? Julien shows us how we can with Terraform and Azure Container Instances.
Interesting project from Julian that documents the subscriptions in your Management Groups. You can export to Markdown and include them in your Azure DevOps wiki documentation! Thanks to Nathan for pointing it out!
Hosting Code On Premises: GitHub Enterprise with Azure DevOps
Colin is back with some things to consider when using Azure DevOps Services while keeping your source control on-premises.
Use GitHub Super Linter in Azure Pipelines
Did you see the release of the GitHub Super Linter for GitHub Actions? Tao did and figured out how to include it in his Azure Pipelines process!
Special mention –
While these aren’t necessarily community blog posts, they are open source projects that may improve your experienced working with Azure DevOps. If you like Terraform or Pulumi, these two open source projects offer new ways to manage your Azure DevOps experience.
If you’ve written an article about Azure DevOps or find some great content about DevOps on Azure, please share it with the #AzureDevOps hashtag on Twitter!