Desplegar código en un App Service con private endpoint desde fuera de su red con Azure DevOps

Hace unas semanas compartí contigo cómo utilizar la extensión OneDeploy de App Service para desplegar código en aquellos que tienen limitados el acceso con Private Endpoint, tanto localmente como con GitHub Actions. Hoy quiero compartirte la pipeline para el mismo objetivo con Azure DevOps.

La pipeline

trigger:
- main
pool:
  vmImage: ubuntu-latest
variables:
  buildConfiguration: 'Release'
stages:
  - stage: "Build"
    displayName: "Build the web app"
    jobs:
      - job: "Build"
        displayName: "Build the web app"
        pool:
          vmImage: ubuntu-latest
        steps:
          - script: dotnet build --configuration $(buildConfiguration)
            displayName: 'dotnet build $(buildConfiguration)'
          - script: dotnet publish -c Release -o webapp/
            displayName: dotnet publish
          - task: [email protected]
            inputs:
              PathtoPublish: 'webapp'
              ArtifactName: 'drop'
              publishLocation: 'Container'
  - stage: "Deploy"
    dependsOn: Build
    jobs:
    - job: "Deploy"
      displayName: "Deploy the web app"
      pool:
        vmImage: ubuntu-latest
      steps:
        - task: [email protected]
          inputs:
            buildType: 'current'
            downloadType: 'single'
            artifactName: 'drop'
            downloadPath: 'webapp'
        - script: |
              cd webapp/drop
              pwd
              zip -r ../../webapp.zip .
          displayName: Zip the content
        - task: [email protected]
          displayName: Upload package
          inputs:
            scriptType: 'bash'
            scriptLocation: 'inlineScript'
            azureSubscription: '<YOUR_SERVICE_CONNECTION_NAME>'
            inlineScript: |
              FULL_PACKAGE_NAME=webapp-$(Build.BuildId)
              echo "Package name: $FULL_PACKAGE_NAME"
              az storage blob upload --account-name $(STORAGE_ACCOUNT_NAME) --container-name packages --name $FULL_PACKAGE_NAME.zip --file webapp.zip
        - script: |
            echo "##vso[task.setvariable variable=expiration]$(date -d "30 minutes" +%Y-%m-%dT%H:%MZ)"
            date -d "30 minutes" +%Y-%m-%dT%H:%MZ
          displayName: Get the date after 30 minutes
        # - script: echo $(expiration)
        #   displayName: Value of expiration       
        - task: [email protected]
          displayName: Use OneDeploy to deploy the app
          inputs:
            azureSubscription: '<YOUR_SERVICE_CONNECTION_NAME>'
            scriptType: 'bash'
            scriptLocation: 'inlineScript'
            inlineScript: |
              FULL_PACKAGE_NAME=webapp-$(Build.BuildId)
              STORAGE_ACCOUNT_KEY=$(az storage account keys list --account-name $(STORAGE_ACCOUNT_NAME) --resource-group $(RESOURCE_GROUP) --query "[0].value" --output tsv)            
              SAS=$(az storage account generate-sas --permissions rl --account-name $(STORAGE_ACCOUNT_NAME) --account-key $STORAGE_ACCOUNT_KEY --services b --resource-types co --expiry $(expiration) -o tsv)
              ZIP_URL="https://$(STORAGE_ACCOUNT_NAME).blob.core.windows.net/packages/$FULL_PACKAGE_NAME.zip?$SAS"
              SUBSCRIPTION_ID=$(az account show --query id --output tsv)
              SITE_URI="https://management.azure.com/subscriptions/$SUBSCRIPTION_ID/resourceGroups/$(RESOURCE_GROUP)/providers/Microsoft.Web/sites/$(WEBAPP_NAME)/extensions/onedeploy?api-version=2020-12-01"
              az rest --method PUT \
              --uri $SITE_URI \
              --body '{ 
                  "properties": { 
                  "packageUri": "'"${ZIP_URL}"'",                
                  "type": "zip", 
                  "ignorestack": false,
                  "clean": true,
                  "restart": false
                }
              }'
        - script: |
            sudo apt-get update
            sudo apt-get install jq
          displayName: Install jq
        - task: [email protected]
          displayName: Check deployment status
          inputs:
            azureSubscription: 'Gisela Microsoft Azure Internal Subscription'
            scriptType: 'bash'
            scriptLocation: 'inlineScript'
            inlineScript: |                   
              SITE_URI="https://management.azure.com/subscriptions/$(SUBSCRIPTION_ID)/resourceGroups/$(RESOURCE_GROUP)/providers/Microsoft.Web/sites/$(WEBAPP_NAME)/extensions/onedeploy?api-version=2020-12-01"
              while true; do
                STATUS=$(az rest --method GET --uri $SITE_URI | jq '.value[0].properties.provisioningState')
                
                if [[ "$STATUS" == "\"Succeeded\"" ]]; then
                    echo "Deployment succeeded"
                    break
                elif [[ "$STATUS" == "\"Failed\"" ]]; then
                  echo "Deployment failed"
                  exit 1
                else
                  echo "Deployment state: $STATUS..."
                  sleep 5
                fi
              done

Como ves, el ejemplo es exactamente el mismo con las modificaciones oportunas para que funcione en Azure DevOps y que los valores que hacen falta los incluya como variables. Por otro lado, he modificado el chequeo del progreso del despliegue, para instalar jq en Ubuntu, en lugar de Alpine.

¡Saludos!