Top stories from the VSTS community – 2017.06.16

Greg Duncan, Martin Woodward and I (Willy) were chatting recently about all the great news posts that Greg pulls together for the Radio TFS podcast and what a shame it was that so many of them ended up on the cutting room floor. So instead we thought that instead it would be good to do…


View tags for git repositories

Git repositories now show tags that allow you to mark important points in your repo’s history. Now you can easily bookmark a specific commit in your git repository to compare to other commits in the future. In this post, I will talk about how you can easily manage following git tag related tasks in VSTS :…


Accelerated Continuous Testing with Test Impact Analysis – Part 3

At its core, TIA collects, and subsequently consults, a map of the dynamic dependencies of each test method as it is executing. As the test method is executing it will cover various methods – the source file in which those methods reside are the dynamic dependencies that get tracked. So, the mapping ends up like the following:…

Deploying Applications to Azure Container Service

In this blog post I will show you how to setup continuous delivery of a dockerized app by using Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) to a Kubernetes cluster running in ACS. Azure Container Service (ACS) allows to deploy and manage containers using Kubernetes, Docker Swarm, Mesosphere DC/OS orchestrators. You can now deploy these three orchestrators on…


Mobile work item form general availability

We are very excited to announce the general availability of the mobile work item form and the mobile My work items page in Visual Studio Team Services. We now have a full end-to-end experience to find work items that matter to you, and view and edit them using a form optimized for mobile devices. Mobile…


Building and Deploying a Java Application to Oracle WebLogic Server Running in Azure VM with Microsoft Visual Studio Team Services

If you are interested in Microsoft Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) platform and Java development, maybe you know that VSTS has everything you need to organize CI/CD pipeline for your Java application development. Visual Studio ALM Blog has a lot of useful and helpful resources describing how to build and deploy your Java application and…


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