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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...

Azure DevOps News

7/3/2020, Azure DevOps Blog
Happy Friday! Working with secrets, managing the flow of work, testing, and CI are the focus points for today’s roundup. Enjoy! Using Azure Key Vault Secrets with PowerShell Tasks in Azure...
6/30/2020, Azure DevOps Blog
We are very excited to announce Azure DevOps Server 2020 RC1. We’ve added a ton of new features which you can read about in our release notes. You’ll find a deeper dive into these great...
6/26/2020, Azure DevOps Blog
Happy Friday! It’s the last Friday in June and I’ve got some great posts for you this week. Covering a variety of topics including creating dynamic pools of self-hosted agents, improving your...
6/18/2020, Azure DevOps Blog
This edition is a bit early. It’s Thursday, June 18th, and tomorrow in the United States is Juneteenth Day. Enjoy these community posts today and let tomorrow be about for other voices. How to...
6/15/2020, Azure DevOps Blog
The Azure DevOps app for Microsoft Teams is used by customers on Azure DevOps Services to get notified on events such as pull request created, work item updated, build completed and use tabs to...
6/12/2020, Azure DevOps Blog
It’s Friday and we are back with some great content from this wonderful Azure DevOps community. I’ll keep the commentary to a minimum and let you enjoy some community posts. Downloading Artifacts...
6/10/2020, Azure DevOps Blog
Simply put, the reason field is weird. It’s the only field that requires a state to determine what values are allowed. Yet, you are not able to edit the field in the Azure DevOps service. Since...
6/10/2020, Azure DevOps Blog
This month, we are releasing fixes for security vulnerabilities that impact our self-hosted product, Azure DevOps Server 2019, as well as the following older Team Foundation Server releases: TFS...
6/9/2020, Azure DevOps Blog
This month, we are releasing fixes for security vulnerabilities that impact our self-hosted product, Azure DevOps Server 2019, as well as the following older Team Foundation Server releases: TFS...
6/8/2020, Azure DevOps Blog
When running Azure DevOps Server, or previous versions for TFS, you may come across this error… TF53010: The following error has occurred in a Team Foundation component or extension: Detailed...
5/31/2020, MS Dev Blogs
  Premier Field Engineer Greg Schunemann discusses his experience with managing work item form customizations after an upgrade to Azure DevOps Server 2019. More and more organizations are...
5/30/2020, MS Dev Blogs
App Dev Manager Om Chauhan spotlights Power Apps Build Tools for Azure DevOps. Table of Contents 1 Public Preview of Power Apps Build Tools 4 2 How to bring in Power Apps build tools into...
5/29/2020, Azure DevOps Blog
Happy Friday! This is the last post for this month – and it’s been a good month. I hope you’ve had time to check out some of the sessions from build via the Microsoft Build page. If you haven’t,...
5/29/2020, Azure DevOps Blog
It’s been a few months since we released anything new in Azure Boards. We have good news. In sprint 170 we are delivering several long awaited features. Lets get started… Better Kanban board...
5/29/2020, MS Dev Blogs
In this post, App Dev Manager Drew Lewis demonstrates how to get started with Automated QA Testing on Azure DevOps. In working with a broad range of organizations that have embraced a DevOps...
5/22/2020, Azure DevOps Blog
Happy Friday! This week was our first ever online Microsoft Build, where we had 48 hours of continuous content across all the developer experience. To say that we’ve got many tired folks is an...
5/19/2020, Azure DevOps Blog
Auditing for Azure DevOps enables organization administrators to monitor and react to changes throughout their organizations. Today we are excited to announce that streaming for auditing is now...
5/18/2020, Azure DevOps Blog
We have recently updated the Features Timeline to showcase areas where we are making key investments for this quarter. I am delighted to share few of those initiatives that we have planned for Q2...
5/15/2020, Azure DevOps Blog
Happy Friday! Things are busy in the Microsoft space as we ramp up for Microsoft Build next week. If you haven’t registered, join us for free! While it can be hard to wait for the content from...
5/12/2020, Azure DevOps Blog
This month, we are releasing a patch that impacts Team Foundation Server 2015. There are no security fixes with this patch; this patch includes functional changes to fix the following. Error...