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Overview

Overview

Azure DevOps provide functions as cloud services that were previously available only on the server components of a Visual Studio-based development environment, i.e., Team Foundation Server. With Azure DevOps development projects can be planned, created, and distributed without having to configure server environments for this purpose. At the push of a button, Azure DevOps creates team projects in which source code can be managed centrally via Team Foundation Version Control (TFVC) or in a distributed manner via Git. Work tasks, functions, bugs, etc. can be managed via backlogs and scheduled, monitored, and traced using various process templates (Scrum, Kanban, agile processes). Azure DevOps can also handle the build process, automated testing, and provision.

Getting Started

Getting Started

  1. 4/9/2019, Video, 0:57:03
    Donovan Brown opens the "Deliver DevOps" event at the Microsoft Reactor in the UK by taking us for a lap around Azure DevOps concluding with the announcement of a new UK geo...
  2. 5/8/2019, Video, 0:22:08
    Azure DevOps is the ultimate set of DevOps services for any language and any platform. Let's take a tour of each of those services to see how they can help you deliver value...
  3. 10/18/2018, Video, 1:14:50
    DevOps is about people, process, and products. Getting it all right requires effort, but the benefits to your organization and customers can be huge. Microsoft has a fantastic...
  4. 10/2/2018, Video, 1:14:05
    DevOps is about a continuous flow of value and functionality into your customers hands. With technologies like continuous delivery pipelines you can deploy to production in...
  5. 5/20/2019, Lab
    Simplify and speed up the DevOps process with Azure DevOps services. These labs will help you to get started with Azure DevOps services to automate software delivery and meet...

Learning

Learning Paths

Evolve your DevOps practices
Published: 6/26/2020, Length: 1:57:00
In this learning path, find out how Azure DevOps enables transparency and cooperation with continuous delivery and deployment for your development lifecycle.
Capture feedback and monitoring data to continuously improve your software
Published: 12/20/2019, Length: 1:46:00
Learn how to configure release pipelines that continuously build, test, and deploy your applications.
AZ-400: Facilitate communication and collaboration
Published: 6/25/2020, Length: 2:13:00
Explore DevOps capabilities such as continuous planning and continuous collaboration and prepare for Exam AZ-400: Designing and Implementing Microsoft DevOps Solutions.

Learning Modules

Choose an Agile approach to software development
Published: 1/21/2020, Length: 0:40:00
Automate Node.js deployments with Azure Pipelines
Published: 4/24/2020, Length: 0:44:00
Route system feedback to development teams
Published: 12/20/2019, Length: 0:22:00
Create a build pipeline with Azure Pipelines
Published: 1/21/2020, Length: 1:20:00

Azure DevOps News

12/2/2020, Azure DevOps Blog
How Does Microsoft Do DevOps So, just how does Microsoft do DevOps? I get asked this all the time. The answer is a little bit complex because to really understand how Microsoft does DevOps, you...
12/1/2020, Azure DevOps Blog
“DevOps is the union of people, process, and products to enable continuous delivery of value to our end users.” – Donovan Brown. You can improve your application’s release velocity, drive better...
12/1/2020, Azure DevOps Blog
By Isaac Levin & Abel Wang Let’s face it, as the demands of writing software increase, more pressure is put on devs to be as productive as humanly possible. And with this demand, the landscape...
11/30/2020, Azure DevOps Podcast
Today, Jeffrey is joined by return guest, Paul Sheriff! Paul is a Business Technology Consultant with over thirty years of experience architecting information systems. His expertise is in much...
11/30/2020, MS Tech Community
This month brought some nice SharePoint, Teams, Lists and more features that don’t disappoint, in fact it was a personal, insightful, recovery kinda month – tech’nically speaking.   November 2020...
11/27/2020, MS Tech Community
An introduction of a powerful development tool for Web applications: Babylon.js EditorTakayuki Fujiwara is an MVP for Windows Development who focuses on adapting XR applications and systems for...
11/25/2020, MS Tech Community
We continue to expand the Azure Marketplace ecosystem. For this volume, 81 new offers successfully met the onboarding criteria and went live. See details of the new offers...
11/24/2020, Azure DevOps Blog
Infrastructure as code has transformed the way we build and manage our applications, and cloud hosting has paved the way by giving us the power to spin up and tear down entire environments nearly...
11/24/2020, MS Tech Community
XR Tea Party: BabylonJS & WebXRAysegul Yonet     Azure Stack Hub Partner Solutions Series - Cloud AssertThomas Maurer This week, Tiberiu Radu (Azure Stack Hub PM) and I, had the chance to speak...
11/23/2020, Azure DevOps Blog
The Azure Cloud Shell is one of my favorite things about using Azure. Many of the administrative tasks that I may have had to run from a local computer can now be done from a browser anywhere I...
11/23/2020, Azure DevOps Podcast
This episode is part 2 of the interview with Scott Nichols! Be sure to tune in to part 1 first before joining in on this episode’s conversation.   Scott Nichols is a Sr. Cloud Solutions...
11/20/2020, Azure DevOps Blog
Happy Friday! We’ve had a really strong week of content. Feast your eyes on these varied topics – from pipeline components and build agents, to working with Java or Go apps, to testing databases...
11/20/2020, Azure DevOps Blog
This sprint, we’re replacing the “View YAML” experience. This is the feature which helps you migrate designer pipelines to YAML. The new version is more correct and covers more Classic Build...
11/19/2020, Azure DevOps Blog
Static Web App PR Workflow for Azure App Service using Azure DevOps Pt 2 (But what if my code is in GitHub) In part 1 (Static Web App PR Workflow for Azure App Service), I walked you you through...
11/19/2020, Azure DevOps Blog
Containers provide an easy way to run batch jobs without having to manage an environment and dependencies. Dynamic compute options, such as Azure Container Instances (ACI), can be used to...
11/19/2020, MS Tech Community
As many of you may know I run the Glasgow Azure User Group, and over the last three years I’ve had the privilege to hear a good number of excellent speakers deliver their sessions at the group’s...
11/17/2020, MS Tech Community
Abstract: With DevOps, we now deploy Production code every so often, hence our security practices need to evolve too. In this session we will covering DevSecOps which is about making security an...
11/17/2020, MS Tech Community
Abstract: In the present tech world, we are always lookout for better options on how we can quickly get an environment up and running and also minimize the costs, along with various other...
11/17/2020, MS Tech Community
Abstract: Containers run the world today and we see how many applications are running on containers in present world and a seamless deployment of containers becomes very important in this...
11/17/2020, MS Tech Community
Abstract: Using  Azure DevOps CI and CD pipeline for containerized application deployment is now a days a common practice however using a trusted image is a major challenge and to overcome this...