Azure DevOps is enterprise ready
The features teams want, with the scale, reliability, and manageability enterprises need
The features you want, delivered in a scalable, reliable, and globally available hosted service. Supports teams of any size—from tens to thousands. Backed by a 99.9 percent SLA and monitored by our all day, every day operations team. Available in local data centers around the world.
Migrate from Team Foundation Server
If you are currently using Team Foundation Server, consider a move into Azure DevOps Take advantage of simplified server management—never do another upgrade. Get immediate access to the latest and greatest features so there's no need to wait for the next release. See our release notes. Azure DevOps is fully cloud hosted, so your team can work securely from anywhere.
Azure Active Directory integration
Use a common identity to access both cloud and on-premises resources. Establish and enforce password lifetime and complexity controls. Enable additional security features like multi-factor authentication.
Secure by design
Securing your data is our highest priority. Core Azure services provide a secure foundation. Multi-layered security and governance technologies, operational practices, and compliance policies keep your data locked down. ISO 27001, SOC1, and SOC2 compliance certifications demonstrate our commitment.
Alaska Airlines flies on Azure DevOps and Xamarin
Alaska Airlines has adopted an agile methodology to deliver new mobile experiences to its customers and employees. Developers at Alaska rely on a mobile devops workflow using Azure DevOps.
Our DevOps journey
Microsoft's Buck Hodges and Munil Shah takes us behind the scenes of the Cloud + Enterprise division's transformation in adopting DevOps habits with shipping services.
Bing: Continuous delivery
The Bing engineering team has been on a journey to deliver many deployments a day to production, while enabling every engineer to develop new experiments quickly and learn from them.
Shell partners choose Microsoft
Royal Dutch Shell teams with Microsoft to accelerate software development to fuel global energy production.