One click deploy of multiple artifacts in Azure Devops

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I have a solution with about 20 projects, each it's own service and we are moving to Azure. Currently we are using Octopus to deploy our solution and we could continue using that in Azure but if possible would like to drop it.

We don't run Continious Deployment.

What I am looking for is a way to deploy all our 20 or so projects without having to deploy them individualy. In other words I'm looking for a "button" that allows me to deploy all services to a certain environment.

I can't seem to find that does it exist?
Mar 16 in DevOps & Agile by Edureka
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I assume you're using Azure App Service because you didn't specify where you're deploying your apps (since you said "moving to Azure"). Yes, you can use a single pipeline to deploy numerous projects.

Set up your build pipeline first, and then set up a release pipeline with several stages. This is the now "old" way of doing things. One app/project can be used for each stage of your release pipeline.

Microsoft suggests using the new multi-stage pipeline, which allows you to declare both your build and release parameters in the same YAML template.

Here's a link to a guide I found that provides a simple example of deploying several projects to Azure App Service from a single solution in Azure DevOps (this is the legacy way).
https://www.johansmarius.com/2019/10/deploying-multiple-projects-from-one 18.html
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