Azure DevOps is the successor to Team Foundation Server (TFS) and is said to be its advanced version. It is a complete suite of software development tools that are being used on-premises. Azure DevOps Server integrates with currently integrated development environments (IDEs) and helps teams to develop and deploy cross-functional software. It provides a set of tools and services with which you can easily manage the planning and development of your software projects through testing and deployment.

Azure DevOps practices enable IT departments to augment quality, decrease cycle times, and optimize the use of resources to improve the way software is built, delivered and operated. It increases agility and enables better software development and speeds up the delivery by providing you the following power:

Curbing cycle times
DevOps helps organizations to improve transparency and collaboration amid their development and operations teams as well as helps them to curb cycle times and enhance the traceability of every release.

Resource optimization
The implementation of Azure DevOps helps organizations to:

Improving quality
Azure DevOps facilitates the identification of defects and their main cause early in the development cycle. It helps to test and deploy the solutions to those issues quickly.

Let’s take a look at ways Azure DevOps helps your business grow:

Security

Azure DevOps helps you to unite your hardware, processes and workforce. It is designed in such a way that it completely adheres to the standards of security, control and scalability of almost every company. It works on-premises and if you want to secure your company information onsite, Azure DevOps is the best choice. This Microsoft product also gives you complete control over the access of your organizational data. With Azure DevOps Server, authentication is done through the Active Directory of your organization. Moreover, you can use User Groups to update permissions in Azure DevOps server implementations in bulk.

Bug tracking

The Azure DevOps Server understands your development processes well. It becomes a knowledge base through which you can easily find other bugs of a particular type. You can also search for bugs that were reported for an application before. The Azure DevOps Server also sends notifications ever since the release of the TFS Power…

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