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Having a quick and easy method to scale your applications is critical. Learn the why, when and how of scaling your Microsoft Azure infrastructure.
How to identify a development partner who will deliver an application that’s worth your time and investment.
We build mission-critical apps for businesses, but not every business needs a custom application. Here’s how to tell if you should build or buy company software.
Application modernization is a big decision. How do you know when it’s time to update, and how do you get started?
Welcome to the third post in the series Creating a Multi-Stage Pipeline in Azure DevOps!
Welcome to the second post in the series Creating a Multi-Stage Pipeline in Azure DevOps!
Like so many businesses, MercuryWorks has put great energy into grappling with the impacts of COVID-19 shelter-in-place/stay-at-home orders. We needed to quickly and smoothly shift all employees to working from home. This brought work lifestyle changes to the forefront. This post is intended to highlight some of the moves, tools and techniques we implemented to work completely remotely.
At Mercury we have been utilizing Azure DevOps for our CI/CD process and have seen the implementation of Pipelines change and continuously improve. In this series I’ll be walking through setting up an end to end pipeline using multi-stage pipelines in YAML
Recovering from a production site outage during peak hours can be a daunting task. While everyone wants a 100% uptime, it can be near impossible because of things out of our hands. However, we can plan for these potential outages and architect the application and infrastructure to allow for a quick recovery.