Sasha has been out at DevOpsDays Chicago this week so my turn to pick the highlights from the amazing Azure DevOps community across my feeds. Worth mentioning that while DevOpsDays Chicago has finished, there are plenty of local DevOpsDays happening across the globe.
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This week is the last week before DevOpsDays Chicago - a conference I help organize. I am really looking forward to spending two days with the Chicago tech community, learning about our common challenges and success stories. We can always aspire to help each other thrive, no matter which company or background we come from.
Today, we are announcing the availability of Azure DevOps Server 2019 Update 1. Azure DevOps Server brings the Azure DevOps experience to self-hosted environments. Customers with strict requirements for compliance can run Azure DevOps Server on-premises and have full control over the underlying infrastructure.
Monitor repositories in Azure Repos from your Slack channel
Sprint 156 has just finished rolling out to all organisations and you can check out all the cool features in the release notes. This post covers just some of the features that you can start using today.
DevOps is making strides into the data realm. Whether we call it DataOps, MLOps, or simply CI/CD for Data, it is becoming easier to automate schema updates and data transformation processes. This week the community shared some excellent articles on the topic!
Understanding the way Git defines Δfile changes and merge conflicts in pull requests.
For the August release, we are releasing patches for Azure DevOps Server 2019.0.1, TFS 2018 Update 3.2, and TFS 2017 Update 3.1. This month, there are no security fixes; these patches include functional changes.
Azure DevOps Server 2019.0.1: We added information to service connections to clarify that they are authorized for all pipelines by default.
As the 10th anniversary of the Continuous Delivery book is approaching, I reflect on how many professionals back then considered daily deployments unattainable. It is immensely rewarding to work on a tool that enables more organizations around the world to approach this ideal!