security vulnerabilities are not introduced into the CI/CD process.Box 3: Penetration testingOnce your code quality is verified, and the application is deployed to a lowerenvironment like development or QA, the process should verify that there are not anysecurity vulnerabilities in the running application. This can be accomplished byexecuting automated penetration test against the running application to scan it forvulnerabilities. References: - validation-cicd-pipeline? view=vsts 6.HOTSPOT Your company uses Team Foundation Server 2013 (TFS 2013). You plan to migrate to Azure DevOps. You need to recommend a migration strategy that meets the following requirements: - Preserves the dates of Team Foundation Version Control changesets - Preserves the changes dates of work items revisions - Minimizes migration effort - Migrates all TFS artifacts What should you recommend? To answer, select the appropriate options in the answer area. NOTE: Each correct selection is worth one point. 6 / 33
Answer:Explanation:Box 1: Upgrade TFS to the most recent RTM release.One of the major prerequisites for migrating your Team Foundation Server databaseis to get your database schema version as close as possible to what is currentlydeployed in Azure Devops Services.Box 2: Use the TFS Database Import ServiceIn Phase 3 of your migration project, you will work on upgrading your TeamFoundation Server to one of the supported versions for the Database Import Service7 / 33
in Azure Devops Services. 7.You are developing a multi-tier application. The application will use Azure AppService web apps as the front end and an Azure SQL database as the back end. Theapplication will use Azure functions to write some data to Azure Storage.You need to send the Azure DevOps team an email message when the front end failsto return a status code of 200.Which feature should you use?
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