Azure Pipelines YAML CD features now generally available We’re excited to announce the general availability of the Azure Pipelines YAML CD features. We now offer a unified YAML experience to configure each of your pipelines to do CI, CD, or CI and CD together. Releases vs. YAML pipelines Azure Pipelines supports continuous integration (...
This month, we are releasing patches that impact our self-hosted product, Azure DevOps Server 2019, as well as Team Foundation Server 2018. There are no security fixes with this patch; these patches include functional changes.
The impacts of the COVID-19 global health pandemic on our lives and work will ripple out for years. With almost no notice, nearly the entire world has been thrust into remote work. As we adjust to this new normal, DevOps can help.
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!
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.