Analytics is the new reporting platform for both Team Foundation Server (TFS) and Azure DevOps. Analytics will be available with TFS 2019 RC1, which should be available later this year. We are looking for TFS customers who are planning to install RC1 when its released and would be willing to participate in a test program for Analytics.
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If you are using Azure DevOps – we want to hear what reporting metrics are important to you. We've authored a short survey to gather this data.
If you are using Team Foundation Server (TFS) and SSRS Reporting today, we want to hear from you! We want to know which of the TFS Reports we offer today are most valuable to you.
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.
Why can’t Stakeholders view the Analytics widgets?
That is a question we often heard. Now we have an answer. They can!
Well, now they can.
We’ve updated the VSTS Analytics extension to allow users with Free licenses (Stakeholders license) to view Analytics widgets.
We have been working hard to improve the integration between VSTS Analytics and Power BI. We are happy to announce we’ve released the first step in doing so.
The VSTS Power BI Desktop Connector has been updated to provide additional options for historical trend and bug analysis.
The Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) Analytics OData feed has been promoted to full public preview, available to everyone. Developers can use OData to access VSTS Analytics to write 3rd party or custom widgets. Or, write any tool or extension that takes advantage of the VSTS Analytics data model.
UPDATE 10/06/2017. The S123 Deployment is complete. The Burndown / Burnup widgets are now available for all accounts.
The Burndown and Burnup Widgets are now available for those who have installed the Analytics Extension on their Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) accounts.
(Updated September 12, 2017)
We have now published a full set of documentation that covers SharePoint integration for both TFS 2017 (and earlier versions) and TFS 2018.
Also, the following solutions are no longer in private preview:
Upgrade from SharePoint 2013 with TFS integration to SharePoint 2016
Disable SharePoint integration after TFS 2018 upgrade
The Velocity Widget is now available for those who’ve installed the Analytics Extension on their Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) accounts.
The Velocity Widget provides functionality not available in the Velocity Chart displayed on the Backlog view, such as:
Show velocity for any team,