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2/8/2019 DevOps New Features We have been making continuous enhancements to Azure DevOps Projects and in the latest deployment now available to all customers, we have added support for Azure Cosmos DB and Azure Functions as target destinations for your application. This builds on the existing Azure App Service, Azure SQL Database, and Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) support. Link Link Details
2/8/2019 DevOps Updated Features In the Sprint 147 Update of Azure DevOps, we've updated the various artifacts-related Pipelines tasks to support proxies. With this update, proxies now work in the npm, NuGet, .NET Core, and Universal Packages tasks. Link Link Details
1/18/2019 DevOps New Features In the Sprint 146 Update of Azure DevOps, we improved our GitHub integration with Azure Pipelines. The New build pipeline wizard can now create pipelines for GitHub Enterprise repositories. It also analyzes your repository to provide a suggested language template. In addition, it can create and re-use service connections for the GitHub repositories that you select. Link Link Details
12/4/2018 DevOps New Features In the Sprint 144 Update of Azure DevOps, we continue to expand the integration with GitHub. Now you can link GitHub commits and pull requests to Azure Boards work items. By connecting GitHub and Azure Boards, you can get rich project management capabilities with access to features like backlogs, boards, sprint planning tools, and multiple work item types. Link Link Details
12/4/2018 CosmosDB New Features Azure Cosmos DB is introducing a new built-in RBAC (Role Based Access Control) role, “Azure Cosmos DB Operator”. This role is designed to allow users to have specific rights to provision and manage Azure Cosmos DB resources without providing access to the data within the account. Specific actions include: create new Azure Cosmos DB accounts, manage Azure Cosmos DB accounts, change offers, create and manage alerts, get health status for resources and other DevOps or management functions. To see all permissions for this role and learn more about RBAC in Azure read our Built-in roles for Azure resources documentation. Link Link Details
12/4/2018 DevOps New Features ServiceNow and Azure Pipelines work together with the new ServiceNow Change Management extensions. Every time you need to update production, you can automate the deployment process using Azure Pipelines, and use ServiceNow Change Management for risk assessment, scheduling, approvals, and oversight. Link Link Details
12/4/2018 DevOps New Features Today we have added support in the Azure portal for Azure IoT Edge in the Azure DevOps project workflow to make it easy to get started in those scenarios. Link Link Details
12/4/2018 DevOps New Features GitHub Releases are a great way to package software and ship it to end users – and they are heavily used by open source projects. We are excited to announce that you can now seamlessly manage GitHub Releases using Azure Pipelines. You can create new releases, modify drafts, or discard older ones. The new GitHub Releases task supports all the commonly performed actions like attaching binary files, publishing draft releases, and marking a releases as pre-release. Link Link Details
12/4/2018 DevOps New Features Azure Pipelines extension for Visual Studio Code has been released. Link Link Details
12/4/2018 DevOps New Features Today, we’re announcing a new integration between Azure Boards and GitHub. Development teams using GitHub can now take advantage of the rich project management capabilities offered by Azure Boards, including Kanban boards, backlogs, sprint planning tools, queries, and multiple work item types. Link Link Details

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