The goal of this post is to dynamically spin up an Azure Windows VM and copy files to it using Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) build and/or release. Throughout this post we will be collecting a lot of values we will need later. Open Notepad or some other application so you can paste values into if for later use as we discover them.
Release Management (VS Team Services) lets you automate your deployments so that you could deliver your apps/services easily and deliver them often. You can setup the CI and CD process all on VS Team Services. However, if you have the CI pipeline already set with Jenkins, VS Team Services has good integration points through its APIs that can let you interact with its release service from any other third-party – Jenkins in this case.
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