Vsts Microsoft

NOTE: This extension is pre-installed with Visual Studio Team Services. Visual c++ redistributable for visual studio 2019.

With Office 365 Groups, your team has a powerful collaboration tool that automatically creates a shared inbox, group calendar, a place to save and a place to share files (OneDrive) and group notes (OneNote). Now with the connector for Visual Studio Team Services, you can also stay up to date with the latest happenings in your Visual Studio Team Services team project.

  1. WiqlMicrosoftVSTSCommonPriority: string A subjective rating of the bug, issue, task, or test case as it relates to the business.
  2. Use Git for distributed version control or Team Foundation Version Control (TFVC) for centralized version control right out of the box. Utilize the built-in GitHub and Azure DevOps integration for your remote provider, or install extensions to enhance the experience for other version control providers.
  3. Subscriptions purchased through Microsoft Store are done at the individual level. These subscriptions contain all the benefits available in a Visual Studio subscription including the Visual Studio IDE, Azure DevOps, and Azure DevOps Server as well as all of the other services, tools, software and downloads, and training and support benefits.

One place for all extensions for Visual Studio, Azure DevOps Services, Azure DevOps Server and Visual Studio Code. Discover and install extensions and subscriptions to create the dev environment you need. These downloads may update Visual Studio and the.NET Framework on your machine. Some of the downloads may only support certain Visual Studio versions.NET/.NET Core.NET is a free, cross-platform, open-source developer platform for building many different types of applications.

(click for video)

Integrates with Visual Studio Team Services

Microsoft

The Visual Studio Team Services integration for Office 365 enables you to keep your group informed of important activities that are happening in your team project.

Configure some or all of these events to appear in your team's Office 365 Group:

  • Build completed
  • Code pushed
  • Work item created, updated, or commented on

Inbox messages that appear in your O365 Group give team members basic information about the event, for example who created a bug, the title of a work item, etc. However, users can also click the 'View work item' button and launch Visual Studio Team Services for more details.

Quick steps to get started

Integrating Office 365 and Visual Studio Team Services is a simple process. Just follow these steps to enable the products to connect.

  1. Go to your team project's admin area, select Service Hooks, and create an Office 365 service hook subscription
  2. Select the type of event you want to see in your Office 365 Group, and set any filters
  3. Test the subscription and enjoy the integration

For more information on O365 Groups click here.

Join Transform 2021 this July 12-16. Register for the AI event of the year.

Microsoft today announced Azure DevOps, the successor of Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS, formerly Visual Studio Online) and Azure DevOps Server, the successor of Team Foundation Server (TFS). The included services “span the breadth of the development lifecycle to help developers ship software faster and with higher quality,” the company promises.

The rebranding is not exactly a surprise, given that VSTS is essentially a cloud service backed by Microsoft Azure. Each Azure DevOps service is open and extensible, designed to work with any type of application, regardless of the framework, platform, or cloud. Azure DevOps supports both public and private cloud configurations.

As for pricing, Azure DevOps is free for open source projects and small projects (up to five users). For larger teams, the cost ranges from $30 per month (10 users) to $6,150 per month (1,000 users).

Teams

Above: A developer using all Azure DevOps services together from the vantage point of Azure Boards.

Azure DevOps includes:

  • Azure Pipelines: CI/CD that works with any language, platform, and cloud. Connect to GitHub or any Git repository and deploy continuously. Azure Pipelines is also now available in the GitHub Marketplace.
  • Azure Boards: Powerful work tracking with Kanban boards, backlogs, team dashboards, and custom reporting.
  • Azure Artifacts: Maven, npm, and NuGet package feeds from public and private sources.
  • Azure Repos: Unlimited cloud-hosted private Git repos for your project. Collaborative pull requests, advanced file management, and more.
  • Azure Test Plans: All in one planned and exploratory testing solution.

It’s worth noting that Azure Pipelines offers free CI/CD with unlimited minutes and 10 parallel jobs for every open source project. Many of the top open source projects are already using Azure Pipelines for CI/CD, including Atom, Cpython, Pipenv, Tox, Visual Studio Code, and TypeScript.

Above: Azure Pipelines used independently to build a GitHub repo.

Microsoft says its “millions” of VSTS users will be upgraded into Azure DevOps projects automatically, and promises they will not lose any functionally. Instead, VSTS will gain more choice and control since Azure DevOps services “work great together.” That said, URLs will be changed from abc.visualstudio.com to dev.azure.com/abc, and redirects from visualstudio.com URLs will be supported to avoid broken links.

VSTS users will also receive an updated user experience, which Microsoft will continue to iterate on based on feedback from the preview. New users will get the update today, and it will be enabled by default for existing users “in the coming months.”

Users of TFS, the on-premises counterpart of VSTS, will continue to receive updates based on features live in Azure DevOps. Starting with the next version of TFS, the product will be called Azure DevOps Server and will receive the normal cadence of updates (new features have typically been added to VSTS first and then migrated to the on-premises TFS version as updates at approximately three-month intervals).

Vsts Microsoft

If you want to learn more, Microsoft is holding a live Azure DevOps keynote on September 11 at 8:00 a.m. Pacific and a workshop with Q&A on September 17 at 8:30 a.m. Pacific.

VentureBeat

Vsts Microsoft Login

Vsts Microsoft

Microsoft Vsts Tool

VentureBeat's mission is to be a digital town square for technical decision-makers to gain knowledge about transformative technology and transact.Our site delivers essential information on data technologies and strategies to guide you as you lead your organizations. We invite you to become a member of our community, to access:
  • up-to-date information on the subjects of interest to you
  • our newsletters
  • gated thought-leader content and discounted access to our prized events, such as Transform 2021: Learn More
  • networking features, and more

Microsoft Devops

Become a member