With the release of OpenSSH 8.2 last month, connections to SSH servers using SHA-1 was disabled by default in the OpenSSH client. We understand that this move helps improve the security of SSH connections, by encouraging all users to adopt the SHA-2 class of algorithms,
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Today we’re announcing the next step in the journey of making Azure DevOps and GitHub work great together. If you are an admin, sign into Azure DevOps with your GitHub identity, and you can now invite your GitHub team members.
Code Search is the most downloaded Team Services extension in the Marketplace! And it is now available on Team Foundation Server 2017!
Code Search provides fast, flexible, and accurate search across your code in TFS. As your code base expands and is divided across multiple projects and repositories,
Today, we are excited to announce the general availability of Code Search in Visual Studio Team Services. Code Search is available for Team Foundation Server “15” as well.
What’s more? Code Search can be added to any Team Services account for free.
Cloud-based Load Tests with Visual Studio Online now supports goal-based load patterns. Both Agent counters and Load test counters are supported.
For those already familiar with goal-based load pattern in Load testing, go ahead and configure it just the way you’ve always done.
Cloud-based Load Testing with Visual Studio Online now supports up to 100 cores for a single load test run.
Until now in Cloud-based Load Testing, you could use up to 20 cores (10 agents) in a single load test run. With the support for 100 cores,
While the announcement regarding VSO availability in Europe was made a few days back, this post outlines what that means in the context of Cloud-based Load Testing with Visual Studio Online. For details on how to create a VSO account in Europe and what it means to have a VSO account in Europe,
Many of you are looking at being more agile when it comes to testing, and with increased focus on automation, there are quite a few who wants to integrate Load Testing as a regular test practice. This could be either for those validating performance of their nightly/weekly builds or those that just does not want to wait for big milestone releases to validate performance but instead do it as part of a more frequent Automated Testing.
Building a Service/App right the first time is something everyone tries to do. However, sometimes we end up making it too complex or sometimes too simple. And either can be wrong depending on who your customer is.
Error messages in Cloud Load Testing is one such aspect.