Azure DevOps Blog

DevOps, Git, and Agile updates from the team building Azure DevOps

Improved Code Coverage Tab Experience

If you’re using Azure DevOps for your CI/CD pipeline, you may be interested in our recent improvements to code coverage testing. Code coverage tests can help you identify areas of your code that are not tested, or not tested enough, and improve the quality of your automated tests and overall code quality. With our recent updates, you can ...

October patches for Azure DevOps Server

This month, we are releasing fixes that impact our self-hosted product, Azure DevOps Server. The following versions of the products have been patched. Check out the links for each version for more details. Azure DevOps Server 2022.0.1 Patch 4 Note: If you have Azure DevOps Server 2022, you should first update to Azure DevOps Server...

Team Work Item Automation Rules (Private Preview)

Customers have been requesting to automate state transitions for a while. Take this request from 2018: “When a User Story contains several child tasks, often developers update the child tasks but not the overall state of the User Story. It would be great to automatically update the state of the User Story according to the state of the ...

New Azure DevOps scopes now available for Microsoft Identity OAuth delegated flow apps

We have added new Azure DevOps scopes for delegated OAuth apps on the Microsoft Identity platform, also colloquially known as Azure Active Directory OAuth apps. These new scopes will enable app developers to announce specifically which permissions they are hoping to request from the user in order to perform app duties. They may look familiar ...

Managed identity and service principal support for Azure DevOps now in General Availability (GA)

After announcing the release of Managed Identity and Service Principal support in public preview last March, we were overcome by the positive response many of you had. We’re grateful to those who have taken the time to implement a managed identity within your apps and tools. With your help, we’ve collected valuable feature feedback and ...

New Boards Hub Rollout Update

In July, we provided an overview on the steps for New Boards hub to go GA. In this blog post, we wanted to provide a short update on where things are at and what you can expect over the next couple of months. Roll out schedule So far, the New Boards Hub “on by default” initiative has been enabled for over 30% of the active organizations...

Revolutionizing Requirement Gathering: Azure DevOps Meets Azure OpenAI using Semantic kernel

This blog is a deep dive into the future of requirement gathering. This blog explores how Azure DevOps and Azure OpenAI are joining forces to transform the way we capture project requirements. From automated requirement generation to intelligent analysis, learn how these powerful tools are reshaping the landscape of project management. Stay tuned for an enlightening journey into the world of AI-powered requirement gathering!