Github actions have already shown a lot of promise and some distance to travel before it can stand next to its big brother ‘Azure DevOps’. When I say ‘big brother’, they’re both technically Microsoft Products now.
Azure DevOps for historical reasons was tagged as Azure native and Azure only. But, it’s not really an Azure only and I’m aware of organisations using Azure DevOps to manage their infrastructure. Don’t believe me… time to take the red pill and read about the AWS Toolkit for Microsoft Azure DevOps
Common sense prevailing, it’s right to market GitHub as the true multi-cloud champion…
Working from home has become the new norm for most of us for the first time. Having the right tools in play will help organisations to get the best out of the workforce. Microsoft in one of the recent announcements mentioned that they are providing free access to Microsoft teams during these unprecedented times.
You can read more on the Micrososft Blog about how MS Teams can help you to work remotely.
Are you already working with a Microsoft Partner or looking at adopting Office 365 working with a Partner and looking to empower your teams to work more collaboratively…
Trying to run stuff on someone else’s `Tin` & do it better next time around.