Recently, version 0.15.0 of the kitchen-azurerm gem came out which featured a breaking change for our chef cookbooks. A change was introduced that allowed the user to pass in the name for the network interface card and changed the default name from nic to nic-<vm-name>. We needed to support either format.

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Learn how to use free Microsoft hosted agents in Azure DevOps to run Chef Test Kitchen. Examples of azure-pipeline files using only PowerShell as well as the Chef Integration from the marketplace using variables and variable groups.

There is a limit of one parallel (concurrent) build on private azure devops projects. If your project is public, you can run 10 parallel builds for free.

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Dina Muscanell

Fierce. DevOps. Engineer

Customer Architect @ Chef Software

Vermont, USA