Hosted Agents in Azure Pipelines are getting a Windows Server 2019 image with VS 2019 installed, macOS agents are upgrading to Mojave (OS X 10.14), and we share a few upcoming road map items!
We plan on closing down the corresponding Azure DevOps cloud-based load testing service on March 31st, 2020.
Here in England, we’ve got some lovely spring-like weather coming for the weekend. I can’t wait to put the computer away, get the grill out and enjoy the sunshine. But before I unplug, I wanted to share with you some of the great articles that I found this week around DevOps.
This is a follow-up to Matt Cooper’s earlier blog post, “Using containerized services in your pipeline“. If you haven’t yet, I encourage you to read that post to understand the new `container` syntax in the pipeline definition.
As a program manager for Azure DevOps,
Modern software moves quickly and demands more from developers than ever. New CI/CD tools can help developers deliver value faster and more transparently, but the need for customized scripts that address different kinds of edge solutions still presents a challenge for some CI/CD pipelines.
I hope you had another great week – I certainly did! I had the good fortune to spend time building out some fun container-based Azure Pipelines builds for open source projects. Expect a blog post on that soon! In the meantime,
Our new Basic Process is now available in Azure DevOps. This process is light and simple so you can get started working immediately without having to understand any complex concepts. Give it a try today.
We're pleased to announce that we now have a public preview of Azure DevOps extension for the Azure CLI which is available cross platform. The extension allows you to experience Azure DevOps from the command line, bringing the capability to manage Azure DevOps right to your fingertips!
And... the new DevOps blog is live! The blog has a new and improved look and functionality - easily share posts, follow authors and a fresh new look! Check it out and let us know what you think!
Today, the Microsoft DevOps blog has began moving to a new platform with a modern, clean design and powerful features that will make it easy for you to discover and share great content. Stay tuned for a follow-up post with links to other blogs plus FAQs in the next few hours!