Today, we are announcing new features for Azure Pipelines, including multi-stage YAML pipelines (for CI and CD), environments and deployment strategies, and Kubernetes support.
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We are announcing new features features designed to help our customers build applications with Docker containers and deploy them to Kubernetes clusters, on all cloud providers and on-premises.
In today’s world, organizations need to innovate and get to market faster. That needs learning latest technologies, using them in your product and deploying at a faster pace with Continuous Delivery enabled from day1.
We are happy to announce the public preview of Azure DevOps Project.
This blog post shows how you can deploy a new Node.js application from Visual Studio Team Services or Microsoft Team Foundation Server to Azure App Service.
Download our Node.js Hello World sample app or Install Node.js Tools for Visual Studio and create a new Node.js application.
We are continuously working on improving and simplifying the deployment experience to Azure from Visual Studio Team Services. As a part of that effort, we are excited to announce preview of the Continuous Delivery feature we have added for App Services in the Azure portal.
Today we are excited to announce the general availability of Release Management in Visual Studio Team Services. Release Management is available for Team Foundation Server 2017 as well.
Since we announced the Public Preview of Release Management, we have been adding new features continuously and the service has been used by thousands of customers whose valuable feedback has helped us improve the product.
Performance/load testing of Azure web applications is supported for a while, today we are announcing support for multiple URLs performance testing using Visual Studio web test format.
Typically web application includes multiple web pages with headers and query parameters, so currently user has to create multiple test runs in Azure portal for testing each of these pages.
When Brian announced the release of Visual Studio 2015 RC and Team Foundation Server 2015 RC, he blogged about lots of features in these releases including Build.Preview and Release Management which are key for DevOps.
At a high level DevOps is to focus on increasing customer value by reducing cycle times in the development process.