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Building Infrastructure with Azure Pipelines
You have been given an ARM template for a Linux VM to deploy to Azure. Using Azure DevOps, you must check the ARM template for errors (linting), and deploy the VM to the provided Azure environment.
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Create an Azure DevOps Organization
- Log in to the Azure portal using the provided credentials.
- Search for Azure DevOps from the services menu.
- Create a new organization and project named MyFirstProject.
Push Code to Azure Repos
- Log in to the Linux VM provided with this lab.
- Use the following command to clone the
node-expressbranch of the repository:
git clone -b arm https://github.com/ACloudGuru-Resources/content-az400-lab-resources.git.
- Remove the GitHub origin with the following command:
git remote remove origin.
- Copy the commands from Azure Repos to add the new remote origin and push the code.
Create the Build Pipeline
- This lab requires the use of a self-hosted agent. Instructions can be found here: Self-Hosted Agent Instructions.
- Create a new Azure Build Pipeline in the classic editor.
- Add the appropriate tasks to install the following packages on your build agent:
jsonlintas a Command Line Script.
jsonlintand specify the
- Fix any JSON errors.
- Copy and publish the file to the build artifact staging directory.
Create the Release Pipeline
- Create a new release pipeline in Azure DevOps, and make sure it will use the self-hosted agent.
- Use the artifact created in the previous objective.
- Create the necessary task to deploy the arm template.
- Make sure to create a service connection using the service principal provided.
- Ensure that the service connection is used within the release pipeline task.
What's a lab?
Hands-on Labs are real environments created by industry experts to help you learn. These environments help you gain knowledge and experience, practice without compromising your system, test without risk, destroy without fear, and let you learn from your mistakes. Hands-on Labs: practice your skills before delivering in the real world.