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How To Create Mermaid Diagrams in Azure DevOps Service

By All Posts, Application Lifecycle Management, DevOps, Tutorials, Videos

When documenting your software project, have you ever resorted to putting flowcharts, sequence diagrams, or Gantt Charts into external documents, like a Word document? This creates a challenge when you need to link a Work Item or even to a WIKI page to those diagrams in that external documentation. Wouldn’t it be great if you could just create, edit, and manage the diagrams and charts directly in the WIKI page itself? Well, now you can! Azure…

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Microservices 101: What You Need to Know

By All Posts, Application Development, Azure, Cloud, Enterprise Architecture

Microservices, as the name implies, is a software architecture model where processes are broken down into small, standalone services. Microservices are then coupled together with other microservices, or as a part of a larger service to perform an overall function via universally accessible APIs. This contrasts with the standard monolithic architecture where all functions and processes are contained within a single application. Typically, a microservice delivers a single function or limited number of small functions….

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Tracking Progress with Rollup Columns in Azure DevOps

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Previously in Azure DevOps, it has been a bit cumbersome to track the progress of parent Work Items in the Azure Boards backlog view. But now, with the introduction of Rollup Columns, you can visually see which items are being worked on and how close they are to being completed. We read about them in Microsoft Azure DevOps Sprint 157 release notes, but the notes did not provide information on how to see them. In…

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FREE WHITEPAPER: How to Design Resilient Applications on Azure

By All Posts, Application Development, Azure, Cloud, Enterprise Architecture

When it comes to moving applications from on-premises environments to Azure or to building new applications on Azure, it’s important that you have a process for achieving resilience using a structured approach throughout the lifetime of your application—from design and implementation to deployment and operations. Resilience is defined as a system’s ability to recover from failures and continue to function. Resilience is not only about avoiding failures but also involves responding to failures in a…

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Why We at Imaginet Choose SharePoint Online

By All Posts, Cloud, Modern Workplace, Office 365, Productivity, SharePoint
At Imaginet, we are firm believers in SharePoint Online. Not just for our clients, but for us internally as well. SharePoint Online truly enables organizations like ours to share and manage content, knowledge, and applications to empower teamwork, quickly find information, and seamlessly collaborate across our organization. And at Imaginet, we couldn't be as nimble, efficient, and productive as we are without it. So why did we at Imaginet choose SharePoint Online? There isn't just...
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Business Process Automation with SharePoint Workflows

By All Posts, Office 365, Productivity, SharePoint

SharePoint offers a lot of ways to help teams and businesses stay connected. Automating your business processes with SharePoint provides a way to increase that utility to move beyond just showing and finding information to processing corporate and work tasks. SharePoint workflows are little programs that automate business tasks with little or no coding. Best of all, with centralized distribution and low-code solutions, you can automate your business workflows with SharePoint without weeks or months…

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FREE WHITEPAPER: Total Economic Impact of Microsoft Teams

By All Posts, Office 365, Productivity, Teams

Earlier this year, we published two very popular blog posts exploring the overall benefits of Microsoft Teams: 5 Reasons You Will Want Microsoft Teams and 5 MORE Reasons You Will Want Microsoft Teams. But how does the adoption of Microsoft Teams translate into financial savings for you and your organization? Read on, as there is an actual answer to this question. Total Economic Impact of Microsoft Teams In April 2019, Microsoft commissioned Forrester Consulting to…

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What is the Modern SharePoint Experience?

By All Posts, Modern Workplace, Office 365, SharePoint

With Microsoft’s introduction of the Modern experience in SharePoint, it can sometimes be difficult for users to distinguish between this new and more useful Modern interface and the original Classic experience. Fortunately, this article will provide a quick overview of the Modern SharePoint experience in order to give most users reason enough to move away from the Classic experience and to start enjoying the many benefits of the Modern experience. The Classic SharePoint Experience It…

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Microsoft AI: What It Is and Why You Need It

By All Posts, Azure, Business Intelligence, Productivity

It has been decades since science fiction put humanity inside the Matrix and even longer since HAL refused to open the pod bay doors, but real-life technology has finally caught up enough to begin offering Artificial Intelligence, or AI. What Is AI? Artificial intelligence is a way of programming computers, not with static logic, but with the ability to imitate human perception and thought. To achieve this end, computers need to be able to both…

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2 Simple Steps to Optimize DevOps

By All Posts, Application Development, Application Lifecycle Management, DevOps, Visual Studio

The CEO of Microsoft, Satya Nadella, famously said that “every company is a software company.” When you’re looking to improve your organization’s ability to develop and deliver valuable software, pivot when necessary, and beat competitors to market, then you must plan smarter, collaborate better, and ship software faster than ever before. And to do this, you need solid DevOps best practices and tools within your organization. Here are two simple steps to take your DevOps…

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