Microsoft Azure DevOps Server 2019 Update1.1 ISO-TBE

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Microsoft.Azure.DevOps.Server.2019.Update1.1.ISO-TBE | 1.04 GB

Previously known as Team Foundation Server (TFS),Azure DevOps Server is a set of collaborative software development tools, hosted on-premises.Azure DevOps Server integrates with your existing IDE or editor, enabling your cross-functional team to work effectively on projects of all sizes Integrate your custom tool or third-party service with Azure DevOps Server using open standards such as REST APIs and OAuth 2.0. Integrate your favourite tools and services from our marketplace of extensions.

Azure DevOps Server 2019 Update 1 introduces many new features. Some of the highlights include:

- New Basic process
- Query for work relative to the start of the day, week, month, or year
- Accept and execute on issues in GitHub while planning in Azure Boards
- Rerun expired build for auto-complete pull requests
- New merge types for completing pull requests
- Trigger YAML pipelines with tags
- Task assistant for editing YAML files
- Web editor with IntelliSense for YAML pipelines
- Manage GitHub releases using pipelines
- Test result trend (Advanced) widget
- Provenance information on packages
- Support for Python Packages
- Upstream sources for Maven
- Embed Azure Boards query results in Wiki
- Permalinks for Wiki pages
- Notifications on wiki pages
- Analytics extension no longer needed to use Analytics

Here are some feature highlights:

Analytics extension no longer needed to use Analytics
Analytics is increasingly becoming an integral part of the Azure DevOps experience. It is an important capability for customers to help them make data driven decisions. For Update 1, we're excited to announce that customers no longer need an extension to use Analytics. Customers can now enable Analytics inside the Project Collection Settings. New collections created in Update 1 and Azure DevOps Server 2019 collections with the Analytics extension installed that were upgraded will have Analytics enabled by default. You can find more about enabling Analytics in the documentation.
New Basic process
Some teams would like to get started quickly with a simple process template. The new Basic process provides three work item types (Epics, Issues, and Tasks) to plan and track your work.

Accept and execute on issues in GitHub while planning in Azure Boards
You can now link work items in Azure Boards with related issues in GitHub. Your team can continue accepting bug reports from users as issues within GitHub but relate and organize the team's work overall in Azure Boards.

Pull Request improvements
We've added a bunch of new pull request features in Azure Repos. You can now automatically queue expired builds so PRs can autocomplete. We have added support for Fast-Forward and Semi-Linear merging when completing PRs. You can also filter by the target branch when searching for pull requests to make them easier to find.

Simplified YAML editing in Azure Pipelines
We continue to receive feedback asking to make it easier to edit YAML files for Azure Pipelines. In this release, we have added a web editor with IntelliSense to help you edit YAML files in the browser. We have also added a task assistant that supports most of the common task input types, such as pick lists and service connections.

Test result trend (Advanced) widget
The Test result trend (Advanced) widget displays a trend of your test results for your pipelines or across pipelines. You can use it to track the daily count of test, pass rate, and test duration.

Azure Artifacts improvements
This release has several improvements in Azure Artifacts, including support for Python Packages and upstream sources for Maven. Also, Maven, npm, and Python package types are now supported in Pipeline Releases.
Wiki features
There are several new features for the wiki, including permalinks for the wiki pages, @mention for users and groups, support for HTML tags, and markdown templates for formulas and videos. You can also include work item status in a wiki page and can follow pages to get notified when the page is edited, deleted or renamed.

Previously known as Team Foundation Server (TFS), Azure DevOps Server is a set of collaborative software development tools, hosted on-premises. Azure DevOps Server integrates with your existing IDE or editor, enabling your cross-functional team to work effectively on projects of all sizes.

Azure DevOps includes developer collaboration tools which can be used together or independently, including Azure Boards (Work), Azure Repos (Code), Azure Pipelines (Build and Release), Azure Test Plans (Test), and Azure Artifacts (Packages). These tools support all popular programming languages, any platform (including macOS, Linux, and Windows) or cloud, as well as on-premises environments. Like with TFS, you control where you install Azure DevOps Server and when you apply updates. If you prefer to let us manage, use Azure DevOps Services which is available in more geographic regions than any other cloud hosted developer collaboration service.

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System Requirements:
Windows 10 (Professional, Enterprise) Version 1607 or later
Windows Server 2019
Windows Server 2016
Windows Server 2012 R2 (Essentials, Standard, Datacenter)
Windows Server 2012 (Essentials, Standard, Datacenter)
CPU:One processor, 2.2-GHz CPU, 
Memory:2 GB of RAM

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