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    Monthly updates for Azure DevOps: May 2019

    May 23

    Filter by target branch in pull requests

    In the Sprint 152 Update of Azure DevOps, we added the option to filter pull requests by target branch, several new command line commands and an extensibility point to allow extensions to add syntax highlighting and autocomplete to the file explorer and pull request views.

    • Azure DevOps
    • Features
    May 16

    Kubernetes integration with Azure Pipelines is now available

    You can now use GitHub identity to login into the Azure DevOps portal. In addition, you can take your GitHub repo all the way to Kubernetes using a YAML based multistage pipeline.

    • Azure DevOps
    • Azure Pipelines
    • Features
    May 6

    Visual Studio Subscription with GitHub Enterprise offering

    The native integrations of GitHub Enterprise with Visual Studio and Azure DevOps make it easier and faster for your development teams to adopt Git.

    • Azure DevOps
    • Microsoft Build
    May 6

    Azure now supports GitHub identity single sign-on

    GitHub identities are now supported as sign in option to log in to Azure. An existing Microsoft account is no longer needed to sign in to Azure.

    • Azure DevOps
    • Microsoft Azure portal
    • Features
    • Microsoft Build
    May 6

    Azure now supports GitHub identity single sign-on

    GitHub identities are now supported as sign in option to log in to Azure. An existing Microsoft account is no longer needed to sign in to Azure.

    • Azure DevOps
    • Microsoft Azure portal
    • Features
    • Microsoft Build
    May 2

    Azure Pipelines app for Teams, improved GitHub and Azure Boards integration: Sprint 151 Update

    In the Sprint 151 Update of Azure DevOps, we improved GitHub integration with Azure Boards by adding a GitHub Marketplace app to streamline the acquisition and configuration with your GitHub repositories.

    • Azure DevOps
    • Features

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