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From idea to release, faster with VSTS
Test and deploy your code to production at lightning speed with high-performance pipelines. Start small and scale up as needed.Read more
“Microsoft made it really easy to break outside the silos […] and tie the DevOps process into the fulfillment of business process. Without the tools that we have today, we would not be successful.”
VSTS has everything you love about Git with free private repositories, pull requests, and code review. Collaborate with coworkers to make your code rock-solid-then integrate with CI/CD to get your code to production fast.Read more
“Branches sync 500 percent faster. Builds are 400 percent faster, with the typically six-hour process reduced to 90 minutes. We (now have) a highly streamlined process that operates with a few button clicks–and one-button deployment.”
Start doing agile on your own terms. VSTS gives you configurable Kanban boards, interactive backlogs, simple planning tools, and out-of-the-box support for Scrum-all integrated together for unparalleled traceability and reporting.Read more
“VSTS has helped us embed a number of agile practices in our development methodology. And because we can deploy our solution in Azure, we now have an effective and efficient way to set up a continuous integration and delivery pipeline.”
Code once and share packages across your organization. Host your private Nuget, npm, and Maven packages with VSTS for more reliable, scalable builds.Read more
“We moved from month-long deployment cycles to daily deployments […] to 6 data centers worldwide […] We (now) see 4,000 change lists a week, at check-in we run 20K tests and the check-in experience takes about 10 mins.”
Test early and often to release your app with confidence. Use VSTS to setup test plans and track and report manual tests, run automated test suites, and run cloud-based load tests.Read more
“One of our projects… now running 2 test environments and 18 servers in the cloud that they can spin up or shut down whenever they want, and it costs around €500 a month. That’s an 80 percent cost reduction.”
VSTS works with your tools
Build your applications in your team’s favorite language, IDE, and DevOps toolchain—whether or not they’re from Microsoft.
Deploy to any platform
Deploy your application to any platform, cloud provider or app store, using your existing DevOps infrastructure—all with ready-made or custom-built tasks.Read more
Deploy to Azure
Create a full CI/CD pipeline for your application–no matter which language you’re using—and deploy to several targets, including virtual machines, Azure Service Fabric, and Docker container orchestrators like Kubernetes.
“VSTS allows us […] for all new development and ongoing maintenance work […] to be more nimble and share projects more easily among our staff worldwide; and it integrates well with our Git repositories.”Read more
“With VSTS and .NET, I save at least 30 percent of the time it would otherwise take to manage software development. That’s hours every week that I can spend on building better solutions.”Read more
Using TFS? Migrate to VSTS today
Move your team and data to VSTS so that you can connect from anywhere and enjoy the latest updates every three weeks. No upgrades needed.
“Instead of telling people to wait for 6 months for a new feature, we can give it to them in a few weeks […] Our 2800 worldwide developers can use the same backlog, user stories and tests whether they’re on Windows or Linux […] building for iOS or Android.”Read more
Secure. Reliable. Up-to-date.
VSTS works for the Enterprise. It’s backed by a 99.9% SLA and 24×7 support. Get new features as soon as they’re released—every 3 weeks.Read more
Recognized by Gartner
Gartner recognized Microsoft as a Leader in the 2017 Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Agile Planning Tools, based on its ability to execute and completeness of vision.Read the report
Integrations and extensions
The Visual Studio Marketplace has 500+ extensions that seamlessly integrate VSTS with your existing tools.
January 26, 2018
Here are top stories we found in our streams this week related to DevOps, VSTS, TFS and other interesting topics.
November 22, 2017
We’ve just wrapped up the Microsoft Connect(); conference that took place last week in New York and online…
Brian Harry’s blog
January 30, 2018
Today we released the release candidate for Team Foundation Server 2018 Update 1…
January 29, 2018
One of the cool things about having VSTS used across all of Microsoft is that when there’s some useful missing feature…