Code, collaborate, develop, and deploy quality software from anywhere
Leverage Azure DevOps’ end-to-end toolchain to bring together your developers, project managers, and contributors to seamlessly develop and deploy first-rate software.
Below are Azure DevOps services that cover the full development life-cycle:
This service provides git repositories for source control of your codes
A language and cloud-agnostic CI/CD platform with support for containers or Kubernetes
This service delivers a suite of tools to support agile planning, work item tracking, visualization, and reporting
Azure Test Plan
This provides several tools to test your apps, including manual/exploratory testing and continuous testing
This allows teams to share packages such as Maven, npm, NuGet, and more from public and private sources and integrate package sharing into your pipelines.
GitHub Enterprise helps teams to work together on projects from anywhere, manage projects, and release them right on GitHub. With features like issues, branches, commits, and pull requests, GitHub makes review and discussion pretty easy
Azure Cloud Services
This environment helps in the building and deployment of web applications. It is designed to support scalability, reliability, and monitoring of applications
What is Azure DevOps?
Azure DevOps is a full-fledged and robust service with a comprehensive suite of technologies designed and streamlined to empower teams to manage their work with agility and full visibility across products and projects. Define, track, and layout work with Kanban boards, backlogs, custom dashboards, and reporting capabilities using Azure Boards. Keep development efforts transparent and on schedule with GitHub. Explore analytics with visuals and turn data into insights with Power BI, all in one service.
Azure DevOps can be accessed and utilized in two ways. You can work in the cloud using Azure DevOps Services or on-premises using Azure DevOps Server. The cloud offering, Azure DevOps Services, provides a scalable, reliable, and globally available hosted service. It is backed by a 99.9% SLA, monitored by Microsoft’s 24/7 operations team, and available in local data centres around the world. The on-premises offering, Azure DevOps Server, is built on a SQL Server back end. Usually, clients choose the on-premises version when they need their data to stay within their network or when they want access to SQL Server reporting services that integrate with Azure DevOps Server data and tools. Azure DevOps also supports adding extensions and integrating with other popular services, such as Campfire, Slack, Trello, UserVoice, GitHub and more, and developing your custom extensions.
Benefits Of Azure DevOps
- Timely access to new and excellent features.
- No upgrades to worry about.
- Reliability and Flexibility
- Maintenance-free operations
- Easy collaboration across domains.
- Elastic scale.
- Rock-solid security.
- Simplified server management.
- Improved connectivity with remote sites
- A transition from capital expenditures (servers and the like) to operational expenditures (subscriptions).