This week is one of my favorite times of year. The evenings are getting cool and crisp, the apple tree in the backyard is bearing fruit, and best of all, there's some great DevOps reading to be had. That's right, I know what I'm doing this weekend!
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I don't know about y'all, but it's been a long week here on the VSTS team. I'm beat! And when I'm tired, it gets hard to focus on those little letters on my LCD. So this week I'm linking you to a bunch of great content that you don't have to read!
Last month we announced a private preview that allows you to move projects that use a Hosted XML process to an Inherited process. We received a fare share of feedback, watched the telemetry, and made some fixes.
This week we announced that the feature is now generally available!
Analytics is the new reporting platform for both Team Foundation Server (TFS) and Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS). We are starting a Limited Private Preview of Analytics for TFS 2018 Update 2 in preparation for a full release in TFS 2019.
Static Application Security Testing (SAST) is a critical DevSecOps practice. As engineering organizations accelerate continuous delivery to impressive levels, it’s important to ensure that continuous security validation keeps up. To do so most effectively requires a multi-dimensional application of static analysis tools. The more customizable the tool, the better you can shape it to your actual security risk.
The Sprint 138 Update of Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) has rolled out to all organizations. In this update, test results for releases have been enhanced to group together test attempts and summarize better.
Another Friday means another happy hour! No, not the time when I hit the bar after work — the time when I catch up on the news around DevOps for VSTS and Azure. Here's what I've been reading (and, this week, writing!)
Time for my favorite part of the week: sitting back on a Friday afternoon and catching up on the hard work going on in the DevOps community. And this week didn't disappoint, there were so many great stories that it was hard to pick just a few of my favorites.
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