DevOps for your Organization – Part 4: Creating a Build

In the previous post, we created a sample ASP.NET Core web application and published it to Azure DevOps. In this post, I will be going through the steps for creating a a simple YAML build process for the project that we’ve checked in. This will be a pretty short post as Azure DevOps makes this process very easy.

Create Your New Build

1. From your project’s homepage in Azure DevOps, click the Pipelines button.

2. Click the New pipeline button.

3. Choose Azure Git Repos and select your repository

4. Select your repository

5. Select ASP.NET Core. For other projects, you can select Show more to see what other projects are available.

6. Review the YAML, then click Save and run.

And that’s it! You’ve got your first build in Azure DevOps! In our next post, we will be showing you how to protect your master branch so that you can enforce code quality. Code Vanguard has worked with clients of all sizes, helping them to use DevOps practices to accelerate their time to delivery. If you’d like Code Vanguard to help your organization with your DevOps process, feel free to reach out to us!

This post is part of the DevOps for your Organization series, where we walk through some basic steps you can take to move your organization towards the DevOps process. The full series can be found here. If you’d like Code Vanguard to help your organization with its DevOps process, feel free to reach out to us!

James Stephens About the author

James is the founder of Code Vanguard and one of its developers. He is an applied mathematician turned computer programming. His focuses are on security, DevOps, automation, and Microsoft Azure.

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