Azure DevOps Roadmap update for Q3 of 2019
The engineering team behind Azure DevOps is constantly at work delivering enhancements and new features across our services. We recently added new capabilities at an unprecedented pace for Azure DevOps, including support for multi-stage YAML pipelines, Pipeline environments and Kubernetes integration, support for authenticating with GitHub identities, Python and Universal packages and public feeds in Azure Artifacts, as well as new and updated integrations with Jira Software, Slack and Microsoft Teams, along with other additions. We also fixed minor to medium issues impacting the user experience on Azure DevOps. As we dive into the second half of 2019, you’ll see significant investments across all Azure DevOps services.
The highlights listed below are just a few of the new features coming in the next few months. Visit the DevOps feature timeline for a complete list. Find more details about each item at the public roadmap project, which is linked from each feature.
- Add granularity to automatic reviewer policy
- Update work items on commits
- Support push policies to block commits meeting certain criteria
Azure Test Plan:
- Policy to control and restrict new Azure DevOps organizations
- Export list of all Azure DevOps users paid under an Azure subscription
For more details, see the Azure DevOps blog.
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