Azure DevOps Labs now includes Azure DevOps Server 2019 VM and labs

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Sachin

Azure DevOps Labs now includes Azure DevOps Server 2019 VM and labs

Today, I am excited to announce the availability of Azure DevOps Server 2019 Virtual Machine and the corresponding self-paced labs on Azure DevOps Labs.

For the past decade, we have regularly maintained and enhanced the Hyper-V virtual machine with the latest bits, along with a growing set of hands-on labs. This combination provides an ideal set of self-guided instructional materials that anyone can pick up and use to learn all about the current state of our DevOps products and features.

And the best part is that everything is already set up and configured for you. Simply download the virtual machine and follow the illustrated steps for the scenario you want to learn about. Plus, we’re always adding and improving labs, so give us your feedback and check back often to see how our DevOps stack can improve and enhance the productivity of your software team.

Microsoft Hands-on Labs

The VM is also available on Microsoft Hands-On Labs for those who want to evaluate or try the labs without the hassle of downloading or setting up the virtual machine.

New and Updated Labs in this version:

  • Agile Planning and Portfolio Management with Azure DevOps Server 2019
  • Managing Delivery Plans with Azure DevOps Server 2019
  • Collaboration Experiences for Development Teams using Azure DevOps Server 2019
  • Getting Started with Git using Azure DevOps Server 2019
  • Getting Started with GitHub using Visual Studio 2019
  • Introduction to Build Pipelines in Azure DevOps Server 2019
  • Embracing Continuous Delivery with Release Management for Azure DevOps Server 2019
  • Package Management in Azure DevOps Server 2019
  • Making Developers More Productive with Azure DevOps Server 2019
  • Test Planning and Management with Azure DevOps Server 2019
  • Debugging with IntelliTrace in Visual Studio Enterprise 2019
  • Debugging with Snapshot Debugger
  • Diagnosing Issues in Production with IntelliTrace and Visual Studio 2019
  • Generating Unit Tests with IntelliTest using Visual Studio Enterprise 2019
  • Live Dependency Validation in Visual Studio 2019
  • Live Unit Testing, Code Coverage and Code Clone Analysis with Visual Studio 2019
  • Using Code Analysis with Visual Studio 2019 to Improve Code Quality
  • Exploratory Testing and Feedback Management using Azure DevOps Server 2019
  • Authoring ARM Templates with Visual Studio
  • Building ASP .NET apps in Azure with SQL Database
  • Working with EditorConfig in Visual Studio 2019

To find out more including links to download the VM and the Hands-on-Labs, please check out the DevOps Server page on Azure DevOps Labs

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Sachin Hridayraj

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