Code and product life cycle management in one place
October 04, 2019

Code and product life cycle management in one place

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Azure DevOps Server (formerly Team Foundation Server)

We have been using Azure as one of our cloud providers for a few months. Not all departments in my company are using it but a few of the critical applications that need multi-cloud for managing resilience are using it. How these departments use it is for an end to end infrastructure on the cloud and set up and launch an app in Azure.
  • Not only does it provide a way to manage your code, but you can also do most of the other activities such as planning for a release, planning test cycles and, in a sense, true product management
  • The reporting is great out of the gate. They will enable you to draw insights into how the teams are managing and pushing the changes to production.
  • It integrates pipeline and DevOps, making it true life cycle management.
  • Most of the companies use AWS, GitHub, etc. and generally the support on the internet is relatively less.
  • Being a Microsoft service, it works very well with Microsoft apps.
  • The reporting gave valuable actionable insights which definitely improved the ROI in a positive way.
  • The cost compared to its peers is kept low.
I was not involved in selecting the tool.
This is a less popular option in the market and the overall support you get on the internet is less.

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If you are using Azure as a cloud provider and want to build solid code management and overall software life cycle management, then azure DevOpsSserver is a great fit and should generally work. Also, the reporting features out of the box are really helpful and the higher management can get great visibility on how the code and product are being managed.