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Published on February 22, 2018 by Microsoft

Damian is joined by Abel Wang to walk through using Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) to deploy applications to on-premises servers. As Cloud Developer Advocates, we focus so much on deploying to Azure – especially Platform as a Service (Paas) – but not every app is on the cloud! Thankfully, VSTS has a solution.

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Staroflean
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Staroflean
2 months 28 days ago

Damovisa the fine sun arise round Union Tacos, thanks as it spread . Always sticks of teamwork been afraid of unknown issues since deployed Windows systems. I really written handbook there were from Windows server and playlopper . the import thing it was worked of modern sciences application any aheads. thanks lots this shared up.

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Damovisa
3 months 10 hours ago

Are you talking about using Release Management in TFS rather than VSTS? If so – it will work if you’re on a recent-enough version (the docs say TFS 2018).

If you’re talking about whether you can do this from VSTS/TFS Build (rather than Release), the answer is no. Deployments should really be handled with Release Management (or another tool if you like) rather than Build – separating the creation of an artifact and actually deploying and promoting it between environments is really important in a good DevOps strategy. There’s some good information about why on the 12 Factor App page.

Andux
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Andux
3 months 1 day ago

Great intro, very informative.

Does this work from on-prem build servers?

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