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With September updates, we added support for wild cards and conditional expressions in YAML pipeline files. In addition, we included multiple improvements to Delivery Plans.
With August updates, we added support for environment variables in Linux scale set agents. Now you can change the working directory of a Linux agent to use a faster drive than the OS drive. In addition, you can set a proxy to be used by the agent.
With this update, we've added a new set of policies which can be used to restrict the scope and lifespan of your organization’s Azure DevOps personal access tokens.
With this update, we are including changes to Azure Boards and Azure Pipelines. You can now get total capacity for all teams in an iteration. In addition, we are previewing support for templates in the YAML editor.
Developer Velocity Lab (DVL) is a new research initiative that includes contributions across Microsoft, its research labs and GitHub.
There are several new announcements for May 2021 including repos as protected resource in YAML pipelines and updates to Delivery Plans 2.0.
You can now create work items in Azure DevOps or GitHub based on Application Insights telemetry.
With this update, we are including temporary changes that will impact the process to acquire Azure Pipelines free grants. New users will have to send an email and provide additional information to get free CI/CD.
Target retirement date: February 29, 2024
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Azure Monitor Application Insights has released a new way to create work items based on application insights telemetry.
In this sprint, we’re enhancing Delivery Plans 2.0 with new condensed views and rollup information.
In this sprint, we're doubling down our investments in the pull request experience with a list of new enhancements.
With this release, we’re announcing the public preview release of Delivery Plans 2.0 and other improvements.
With this release, we’re adding the ability to set a default branch for the entire organisation.
A new Event Learning Path is now available for solution architects, business decision makers, and developers interested in IoT Solutions with Azure IoT Services.
New disk IO utilisation metrics that help users gain insight into their disk IO and bandwidth bottlenecks have been released. These metrics simplify identifying resources that are limiting app performance. Now with a couple of metric views, users can make informed decisions on how to upgrade their products and see a direct impact to their performance.
Target availability: Q3 2020
Log Analytics UI gets several improvements in September including, search in query history, search in query dialog, and time picker enhancements.
In the last two months, we improved the reliability in performing various scale-set operations. We have updated the guidance on how to improve the performance of provisioning new virtual machines.
Target availability: Q3 2020
More granular breakdowns and analyses into artifact storage.
The latest update to Azure DevOps Services includes new features for Azure Artifacts, Azure Boards and Azure Pipelines. Of particular note is a new Azure Artifacts feature that makes it easier to authenticate Azure Artifacts with other popular package managers.
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