BizTalk Continuous Integration with Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS)

Published By: Bill Chesnut

This blog post is to go along with my Integration Monday talk: http://www.integrationusergroup.com/biztalk-continuous-integration-continuous-deployment

Prerequisites

Your BizTalk Solution needs to be using BTDF (https://biztalkdeployment.codeplex.com/)

You need a Visual Studio Team Services Account (https://www.visualstudio.com/)

You need a BizTalk Build Server (BizTalk Developer 2013 R2 machine with BTDF installed)

PowerShell Scripts using in VSTS […]

BizTalk Continuous Deployment with Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS)

This blog post is to go along with my Integration Monday talk: http://www.integrationusergroup.com/biztalk-continuous-integration-continuous-deployment

Prerequisites

Your BizTalk Solution needs to be using BTDF (https://biztalkdeployment.codeplex.com/)

You need a Visual Studio Team Services Account (https://www.visualstudio.com/)

You need the drop folder from a BizTalk Build (BizTalk Continuous Integration with Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) or BizTalk Continuous Integration […]

BizTalk Continuous Integration & Continuous Deployment

Published by: Bill Chesnut

This blog post is to go along with my Integration Monday talk: http://www.integrationusergroup.com/biztalk-continuous-integration-continuous-deployment/ and is designed to start people thinking about Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment for their BizTalk Solutions, later post will cover the methods and tools.

What is Continuous Integration & Continuous Deployment

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