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9/24/2018 DevOps New Feature Azure Policy is now integrated into the Azure DevOps release management experience so that companies can define a set of policies and ensure that code is not deployed until it is compliant. With this new level of up-front policy compliance IT can be assured that policies are being adhered to and open production environments to developers to enable faster innovation. In addition, Azure Policy has been enhanced to enable remediation of non-compliant policies on existing resources. Link Link Details
9/24/2018 DevOps Updated Feature In the Sprint 140 Update of Azure DevOps Services, you'll find a new way to customize build dependencies to your specific requirements with the introduction of container jobs in Azure Pipelines. In Wiki, you can now add videos, rename, and add a table of contents with a single click. Link Link Details
9/24/2018 App Services New Feature A new Logic Apps extension for Visual Studio Code is now available in preview that enables developers to do more with a first-party development experience. The extension is designed for developers who prefer to do their application integration work in the context of familiar development tools, and provides the support to: Create, edit, and manage logic apps and integration accounts from any development platform that Visual Studio Code runs on (Linux, Windows, Mac). Take advantage of the Visual Studio Code development experience, including IntelliSense and advanced debugging. Encompass application integration code into existing DevOps practices using Azure DevOps. To top it off, we’ve open-sourced the Logic Apps extension for Visual Studio on GitHub as well. Link Link Details
9/10/2018 DevOps New Feature With the introduction of Azure DevOps today, we’re offering developers a new CI/CD service called Azure Pipelines that enables you to continuously build, test, and deploy to any platform or cloud. It has cloud-hosted agents for Linux, macOS, and Windows, powerful workflows with native container support, and flexible deployments to Kubernetes, VMs, and serverless environments. Link Link Details
9/10/2018 DevOps New Feature Today we are announcing Azure DevOps. Working with our customers and developers around the world, it’s clear DevOps has become increasingly critical to a team’s success. Azure DevOps captures over 15 years of investment and learnings in providing tools to support software development teams. In the last month, over 80,000 internal Microsoft users and thousands of our customers, in teams both small and large, used these services to ship products to you. Link Link Details
7/16/2018 Visual Studio Online General Availability Back in November, we introduced Azure DevOps Projects. It helps you get up and running with a full DevOps pipeline on Azure, from code through monitoring, in just a few minutes. We've added services along the way and incorporated a lot of your feedback. It's now generally available. Link Link Details
7/13/2018 Visual Studio Online General Availability Today, we’re excited to announce that Azure DevOps Projects is now generally available in the Azure Portal, making it easier for developers to deploy to the Azure cloud and create CI/CD pipelines with pre-configured resources and best practices. Link Link Details
5/8/2018 Resource Manager Preview Feature On February 8, 2017, we launched Managed Disks, Snapshots, and Images, which made it easy to provision and manage disks at scale on Azure. We’re now taking the next step and are excited to announce the Shared Image Gallery, which offers an easy but powerful set of tools to share VM images on Azure. The Shared Image Gallery greatly simplifies image sharing at scale. It’s designed to make it easy for you to share your applications with others in your organization, within or across regions, enabling you to expedite regional expansion or DevOps processes, simplify your cross-region HA/DR setup and more. The Shared Image Gallery is now available in West US Central Azure and will soon expand to all Azure regions. Link Link Details
5/7/2018 Container Service New Feature DevOps Project support for AKS – with a few simple clicks developers can create a new AKS cluster, containerize their application, deploy with a VSTS CI/CD pipeline, and view integrated App Insights telemetry – all through DevOps Project. Link Link Details
3/22/2018 Marketplace New Features In addition to Terraform already being integrated to the Azure Cloud Shell, I’m pleased to announce the availability of the new Terraform solution in the Azure Marketplace. This solution will enable teams to use shared identity, using Managed Service Identity (MSI), and shared state using Azure Storage. These features will allow you to use a consistent hosted instance of Terraform for DevOps Automation and production scenarios. Link Link Details

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