In this article, we’ll focus on Azure Active Directory and Service Principal and integrate Jenkins with Azure Service Principal before we move on to CI/CD of ASP.NET Core application on Azure using Jenkins Azure Pipeline.
In the first article of the series we learned about the concepts, terminology, technologies involved, installing Jenkins, creating ASP.NET Core application and continuous integration of Asp.Net Core application using Jenkins via two approaches i.e. pipeline approach and free style project approach. In this article we’ll publish the ASP.Net core application to Azure App Service and Configure Jenkins on Azure before we move on to next steps.
This article series will explain using Jenkins for CI and CD of an ASP.NET Core web application on the local development environment, publishing the web application to Azure Web App Service and configuring Jenkins on Azure for continuous integration and continuous deployment of the hosted application. GitHub will DevOps as a source control repository. We’ll create a pipeline using Jenkins that fetches the code from GitHub, builds the code, runs the tests and deploy the package. This will be a repetitive task on each commit to the code located on GitHub.
Preface This article of getting accustomed to serverless functions will help a developer to learn what Azure functions are, how
This article of getting accustomed to serverless functions will help a developer to learn what Azure functions are, how to create an Azure function from Visual Studio, publish and test the function on Azure. The article will also teach how to debug a published Azure function from Visual Studio.