Azure Devops and Ansible

Azure Devops consists of a package of technologies for developers focused on planning, collaboration and deliveries.


Azure Devops consists of a package of technologies for developers focused on planning, collaboration and deliveries. It can be integrated with other solutions besides those developed by Microsoft itself, such as Docker, Github, among others.

Through its set of services, it assists in agile planning that allows the monitoring of teams' work, in addition to providing a good view of the delivery pipeline and advanced planning tools.

Azure Devops also allows for seamless integration and delivery for any platform and is ideal for compiling, testing and deploying in any language, in any cloud or even locally.

This tool enables collaborative work between developers. Thus, two or more professionals can work at the same time and edit existing files without running the risk that their changes will hinder the modifications of the others.

The Computer Systems Analyst job involves troubleshooting any issues related to equipment programs and applications related to information technology. The professional has to coordinate with the IT department to take care of issues related to downtime and formulate solutions to address the problems.

This is possible because your version control system keeps up with changes made to the base code, saving copies from the repository, known as Branch. In this way, you can work on a Branch without affecting the central repository.

In addition, it records who made the changes, allowing the restoration of the removed or modified code if necessary.

Ansible is a simple management tool that automates cloud provisioning, configuration control, application deployment and intraservice orchestration.

Through it, it is possible to model the IT infrastructure, describing how all systems relate to each other instead of managing them separately. One of its main differentials is the use of agents and no additional personalized security infrastructure, so it is easy to deploy and uses simple language.

Ansible works by connecting to its nodes and running small programs, called “Ansible Modules”, which were created to be resource models of the desired state of the system. Ansible executes and removes them when finished. Your module library can reside on any machine and there are no servers or databases required.