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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.

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9/15/2020, Azure DevOps Blog
Hey everyone! There are a few upcoming changes regarding the billing experience for all Azure Artifacts customers. Here are the notable differences, starting October 5th: GB ==GiB Our previous...
9/11/2020, Azure DevOps Blog
Happy Friday! This week we have several Pipelines-related posts about versioning, building for Cloud Foundry, and managing infrastructure-as-code. We also have an interesting post on connecting...
9/8/2020, Azure DevOps Blog
This month, we are releasing fixes that impact our self-hosted product, Azure DevOps Server 2019. The following has been fixed with this patch: Unexpected behavior while adding AD groups to...
9/4/2020, Azure DevOps Blog
Happy Friday! We are going into a holiday weekend in the US, so I though you all might enjoy this mix of great community posts. We have content on DevSecOps, Infrastructure as Code, Compliance as...
8/28/2020, Azure DevOps Blog
Happy Friday! I’m back with a collection of posts from you, the wonderful Azure DevOps community. We range from how we use Azure DevOps to the fullest, to code formatting and security, to...
8/27/2020, Azure DevOps Blog
Welcome back to Let’s Hack a Pipeline. We’ve seen argument injection and source code stealing. This week, we’ll wrap up the miniseries with Episode III: a Shared Infrastructure attack. One more...
8/26/2020, Azure DevOps Blog
Azure DevOps Services will support Service Tags by the end of CY2020. Azure Service Tags are a convenient way for customers to manage their networking configuration to allow traffic from specific...
8/25/2020, Azure DevOps Blog
We’re back with another Let’s Hack a Pipeline. Last time, we saw how to create – and prevent – argument injection. In this episode, we’ll look at how a malicious user could access source code...
8/21/2020, Azure DevOps Blog
Happy Friday! This week, thanks to our great community content, you can improve your productivity with YAML pipelines while working in VS Code and explore several different uses of Azure...
8/21/2020, Azure DevOps Blog
Welcome to Let’s Hack a Pipeline! In this series of posts, we’ll walk through some common security pitfalls when setting up Azure Pipelines. We don’t really want to get hacked, so we’ll also show...
8/14/2020, Azure DevOps Blog
Happy Friday! This week brings us a variety of stories -multistage build pipelines, building lab environments, deployment patterns, cross-cloud ARM64 builds, and using containers for development...
8/11/2020, Azure DevOps Blog
Today, we released Azure DevOps Server 2020 RC2. This is our last planned prerelease before our final release of Azure DevOps Server 2020. You can upgrade from Azure DevOps Server 2020 RC2 or...
8/7/2020, Azure DevOps Blog
Happy Friday and welcome to August! This week we have a nice variety of posts, ranging across supporting infrastructure as code, workflow management, integrating with GitHub, and working with...
8/6/2020, Azure DevOps Blog
Many communities are considering renaming the default branch of their repository away from master. Azure DevOps customers are no exception. We’re committed to making the renaming process as...
7/31/2020, Azure DevOps Blog
Happy Friday! It’s the fifth Friday in July, so I’m going to try something a bit different today. There’s a lot of interest in GitHub Actions, so we’ve got a number of Actions-related posts...
7/24/2020, Azure DevOps Blog
Happy Friday! We are just over half way through 2020 – though it feels like 2020 has taken 10 years so far. Reading these blog posts has been a great way to lead into this weekend. We start with...
7/20/2020, Azure DevOps Blog
As part of our ongoing commitment to Azure DevOps, we’d like to share with you some key features we’re planning on delivering over the next quarter. Each of these highlighted features includes...
7/17/2020, Azure DevOps Blog
Happy Friday! Today’s selection of posts covers a variety of topics – from container scanning to authentication with Google Play and from reusing YAML templates to custom badges for all your...
7/14/2020, Azure DevOps Blog
This month, we are releasing fixes that impact our self-hosted product, Azure DevOps Server 2019, as well as Team Foundation Server 2018. The following has been fixed with this...
7/10/2020, Azure DevOps Blog
Happy Friday! This week, we’ve got a few stories around improving the pull request/code review process, with a bit of containers and infrastructure-as-code thrown in for flavor. Enjoy! Setup...