Business Central and NAV July 2020 on-premises updates was published over the weekend and this is going to be the last on-premises version of Business Central and NAV released as a docker image. The existing docker images will stay on mcr.microsoft.com for some time still, but no new on premises images will be added.Continue reading
I know a lot of partners and customers are using the Business Central ARM templates to create an Azure VM, which runs a specific version of Business Central (or NAV). This blog post describes what changed.Continue reading
The change to running Business Central in docker using artifacts also opens a new opportunity of running Business Central using a custom generic image.Continue reading
Quite a few partners have build their CI/CD pipelines based on the HelloWorld CI/CD sample repository here: https://dev.azure.com/businesscentralapps/HelloWorld (the one used in the Hands On Lab – http://aka.ms/cicdhol).Continue reading
Only a few days have gone since releasing information about how to run Business Central in docker using artifacts and already a lot of people have tried this out and a lot of people are looking into changing their CI/CD pipelines to use artifacts.Continue reading
As a follow up to this blog post (make sure you have read this first), this blog post will share some details about working with artifacts. How do you find them, what do they contain and what happens when you try to use them. It is primarily a list of the new functionality in NavContainerHelper for working with artifacts.
I will also provide a blog post later, which describes how to work with artifacts when using docker run (raw docker commands)Continue reading
Just as you thought you were getting the hang of running Business Central in docker, then you see this title! Your first thought is probably how big the changes are to your pipelines and to your scripts and how much time you will have to perform these changes.Continue reading