Learn the basics of the Azure DevOps - Code Management like - 1. Creating Project 2. Code Check-in 3. Get Latest code from server 4. Resolving conflict 5. Reverting your changes 6. Shelve sets 7. Branching 8. Merging 9. Compare the code with server 10. Compare the code with workspace11. Adding new member into the project12. Access Control on the ProjectService provided in Azure Dev opsAzure BoardsDeliver value to your users faster using proven agile tools to plan, track and discuss work across your teams. Azure PipelinesBuild, test and deploy with CI/CD which works with any language, platform and cloud. Connect to GitHub or any other Git provider and deploy continuously. Azure ReposGet unlimited, cloud-hosted private Git repos and collaborate to build better code with pull requests and advanced file management. Azure Test PlansTest and ship with confidence using manual and exploratory testing tools. Azure ArtifactsCreate, host and share packages with your team and add artifacts to your CI/CD pipelines with a single click. When was Azure DevOps launched?Despite being launched in October 2018, Azure DevOps is not the new kid on the DevOps block. Its lineage can be traced all the way back to Visual Studio Team System which was launched in 2006. This is a mature product with a rich feature-set that has over 80,000 internal users at Microsoft. What are the benefits of Azure DevOps?ReliabilityAs a SaaS offering, Azure DevOps is reliable, scalable and globally available. It is also backed by an SLA of 99.9% uptime and by 247 support. Access to the latest featuresAzure DevOps users get access to new features every 3 weeks. Microsoft is transparent, have published the product roadmap and are committed to rapidly iterating on the feature-set. End of the upgrade cycleFor organisations running on-premises CI/CD tooling, upgrades are a regular headache. By moving to a SaaS model, you no longer need to worry about patching and upgrading the toolchain.