I wrote about VSTS release management and potential use in Dynamics 365 for Operations (D365O) projects in my previous post.
Today I’m glad to share the results of taking the first step. During last week I was so excited when finally deployed releases into one-box environments successfully.
It took few days and dozen trials to get it right, but it was elegant, simple and easy! My top 3 aspects of good automation.
In my next post, I want to go further and try to integrate release management with LCS for Tier 2 and above environments (UAT etc…) Continue reading “How to automate your release to D365O One-box environments?”
In a classical ERP project, there is a list of known bottlenecks that organizations have used to, to the extent that it feels unusual when challenged.
Release management and automated deployment is one of these areas, as usually there is an IT team whose responsible to manually govern and deploy releases.
It’s all manual. Release notes generation is Manual. Release governance and authorization is Manual. Release deployment is… You guessed it, Manual. Continue reading “How much VSTS release management for your next Dynamics 365 Operations project?”
I’m not a BI expert. However, I deal with BI requirements very often in my daily job.
As an architect, even that you won’t be the builder of your own architecture, you need to know your options (aka building blocks), pros & cons of each and key usage scenarios. Continue reading “SSRS & PowerBI. Why and When?”
In the last Dynamics 365 tech conference, Microsoft announced exciting news and new features about Dynamics 365 for Operations (Previously Dynamics AX).
If you missed it, here is a great blog post that summarizes it.
Continue reading “What’s your best integration option?”