Fortify, a security scanning tool for code, has some great features but also some limiting features. Therefore I sought to use their open REST API to expand on its functionality to enhance how we are using it within the DevOps pipeline. This was of course step one to find how to authenticate with Fortify toContinue reading “How to authenticate with Fortify Security with PowerShell”
We have decided to go with App Dynamics to do monitoring on our infrastructure and code, which is great and even better they have released support for .Net Core 2.0. However when working with their product and consultant we found an issue with monitoring multiple .Net Core instances on one server, plus with console apps, but we found a way.
Do you use Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) for Builds and/or Releases? Do you use Resharper DotCover? Do you want to use them together? Then boy do I have an extension for you!
That might be a corny introduction, but it is exactly what I have here.