Azure DevOps serves as the foundation of the engineering system for many of our customers, as well as for most of Microsoft itself. With so much uncertainty arising from the COVID-19 global health pandemic, during this time we believe our overriding focus for Azure DevOps needs to be stability and reliability.
Try out Azure Repos' mobile-friendly and faster pull request experience with new features like adding required reviewers per pull request, comparing multiple iterations, and accepting suggested changes within the pull request!
Unlike previously announced, we will not temporarily or permanently disable TLS 1.0 and TLS 1.1 in Azure DevOps Services until further notice.
UPDATE: Based on customers' feedback, we have decided to postpone this change. We will not disable TLS 1.0/1.1 support for Azure DevOps Services until further notice.
Starting February 24, the legacy Basic and Premium support options for Azure DevOps Services will be retired, and support for our cloud-based Azure DevOps Services will be offered through Azure support plans instead.
Last week we updated the Features Timeline to provide visibility to several of our key investments for this quarter. I am happy to share a few highlights on some of the features for Q1.
Azure Pipelines is currently investing in updating and removing some of its hosted images. These changes are designed to ensure we are able to better serve the needs of our growing user base. As a result, a set of exciting changes are coming during the months of January –
Over the past year, we have been able to update Azure Pipelines hosted images faster than ever before. We have also rolled out new images – Windows Server 2019 with Visual Studio 2019, Ubuntu 18.04, and macOS Mojave 10.14. We have seen a phenomenal growth in the use of hosted pools.
Now you can create a dashboard without needing to have a team first. Create and share cross-team dashboards. Personalize who can edit them.
Azure Pipelines has supported container jobs for a while now. You craft a container with exactly the versions of exactly the tools you need, and we'll run your pipeline steps inside that container. Recently we expanded our container support to include service containers: additional, helper containers accessible to your pipeline.