Publish ADF from code to service easily

Publish ADF from code to service easily

Struggling with #ADF deployment? adf_publish branch doesn’t suit your purposes? Don’t have skills with PowerShell? I have good news for you. There is a new tool in the market. It’s a task for Azure DevOps Release Pipeline to deploy whole ADF from code (JSON files) to ADF instance in Azure. Behind the scenes, it runs the PowerShell module which does all job for you.
Sounds unbelievable? But it’s real! Check it out for yourself.

This video is the first part (out of two) and explains how to create Build Pipeline and Release Pipeline with this task. How to configure the fields and check how it works.

The second video will extend this scenario by adding further environment and explains what to do to replace all required properties of ADF objects to get an isolated environment as a result.

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