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Top stories from the VSTS community – 2018.03.30

Here are the top stories we found in our streams this week related to DevOps, VSTS, TFS and other interesting topics. Top Stories Podcasts & Videos If you have feedback or would like to see a story included in next weeks round-up then please leave a comment below or use the #VSTS hashtag on ...

What’s new in VSTS Sprint 131 Update

The Sprint 131 Update of Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) has rolled out to all accounts and includes several features that were prioritized and influenced by feedback over the last several months. The Work Items hub, which is now generally available, brings important work together into a new hub with several views for items you’re ...

Deadline extended for connecting VSTS accounts to AzureAD

On January 5, 2018, I announced that Visual Studio Team Services will no longer allow creation of new MSA users with custom domain names backed by AzureAD.  While most customers agree with the direction of this change, I got clear feedback that they could not connect their VSTS to AzureAD by the March 31 deadline.  Based on this feedback, we...

TFS 2018 Update 2 RC1

We have released Team Foundation Server 2018 Update 2 RC1. Update 2 is the first "feature" update for TFS 2018 based on our updated release approach. Here are some key links: TFS 2018.2 RC1 Release Notes TFS 2018.2 RC1 Web Installer TFS 2018.2 RC1 ISO TFS 2018.2 RC1 Express Web Installer TFS 2018.2 RC1 Express ISO RC1 is a go-live release ...

Deployment Groups is now generally available: sharing of targets and more…

We are excited to announce that Deployment Groups is out of preview and is now generally available. Deployment Groups is a robust out-of-the-box multi-machine deployment feature of Release Management in VSTS/TFS.  What are Deployment Groups? With Deployment Groups, you can orchestrate deployments across multiple servers and perform rolling...

Announcement: Publish markdown files from your git repository to VSTS Wiki

Now you can publish markdown files from a git repository to the VSTS Wiki. Developers often write SDK documents, product documentation, or README files explaining a product in a git repository. Such pages are often updated alongside code in the code repository. Git provides a friction free experience where code and docs can live on the same ...

Top stories from the VSTS community – 2018.03.23

Here are the top stories we found in our streams this week related to DevOps, VSTS, TFS and other interesting topics. Top Stories Podcasts & Videos If you have feedback or would like to see a story included in next weeks round-up then please leave a comment below or use the #VSTS hashtag on ...

Top stories from the VSTS community – 2018.03.16

Here are top stories we found in our streams this week related to DevOps, VSTS, TFS and other interesting topics. TOP STORIES    VIDEOS TIP: If you want to get your VSTS news in audio form then be sure to subscribe to RadioTFS . FEEDBACK What do you think? How could we do this series better? Here are some ways to connect with...

GVFS for Mac

Over the last couple of years, we built GVFS to enable the Windows team to work in a Git repo that is orders of magnitude larger than any repo in existence before it. GVFS is currently only supported on Windows 10. We recently announced that we're investigating how to build GVFS on other platforms. I'm excited to say that we've made good ...

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