How to author custom artifacts in a DevTest Lab
An artifact consists of an artifact definition file, which is an Azure Resource Manager (ARM) based JSON file. The artifact definition file contains metadata that defines the artifact. An artifact can also contain script files - such as PowerShell or Bash - that are referenced within the artifact definition file. In this video, you'll see how to create a custom artifact and save it in your private Git repository.
Todays video in the DevTest lab series shows us how to author custom artifacts for use in an Azure DevTest lab environment.
How to create VMs with Artifacts in a DevTest Lab
Todays video in the DevTest lab series shows us how to create VMs with artifacts in an Azure DevTest lab environment.
How to add your private Artifacts Repository in a DevTest Lab
Next video in the DevTest lab series shows us how to add custom private artifacts repository to our Lab environment.
How to set security for your Azure DevTest lab
Microsoft recently announced a stunning new service in the Azure family: DevTest lab. While this service opens great doors to the Enterprises, the question about security comes into play. The following Channel9 video shows in details how to properly set security on your dev-test labs: