Mulesoft Cloudhub Deployment using Azure DevOps: This article gives a brief overview of Azure DevOps and the detailed steps on deploying a Mule application into Cloudhub.
Azure DevOps is a Microsoft SaaS platform that provides end to end DevOps toolchain for developing and deploying applications.
Here, we are going to implement an Azure pipeline for deploying Mule applications into Cloudhub.
Azure Repos is a repository for the source code which is managed by version control. We can have multiple repositories under a single project and multiple branches under each repository as per the requirement. Here is a sample project “DemoApp” under which there is a repository named “DemoApp”. It consists of a Mule application “demo-app-azure-DevOps”.
Edit pom.xml of the Mule application and include the below lines under both __ and __ sections
The last couple of posts have been dealing with Release managed from the Releases area under Azure Pipelines. This week we are going to take what we were doing.
In last week’s post, we covered taking our existing build pipeline and making it a multi-stage Pipeline with a build stage and a deploy stage.
Azure DevOps CI/CD Pipeline will give you a brief introduction on how you can implement DevOps practices on Microsoft Azure.
As someone who has spent most of their (very short) career doing one click cloud resource deployments, I was shocked when I jumped onto a legacy project.
How to create, build, deploy and configure an Azure Function using Azure DevOps, Azure CLI and Powershell.