Your Code, Project and Team, safe in one place
Updated March 31, 2023

Your Code, Project and Team, safe in one place

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Azure DevOps Services (formerly VSTS)

Azure DevOps offers a wide variety of tools for a CI/CD environment and it's really useful. We are moving from a static build model to an automated one and so VSTS has the tools we need to continue growing in the future. We started using VSTS, now Azure DevOps, as a code repository only and that's the main use within our organization.
  • Private repositories
  • User management
  • Security
  • Extensions
  • Some integration with 3rd party tools or services could be better
  • Has a lot of options, but sometimes are hard to find
  • Non standard build/test workflows could be problematic
  • Private repositories
  • Security setting
  • Tools and integration options
  • Azure DevOps Services welp us to work in a more organized way when we move from SVN to GIT
  • It allow us to work in a secure environment with our source code
  • It let us manage not only our code but also tech work within the team
We tested alternatives for Azure DevOps over time. We tested GitHub a while ago and back then lack of some features that now hast, like the project boards and private repositories. We will check GitHub next year.

We also tested AWS CodeCommit and found it very cryptic, especially when you try to add users to the repository, that experience was very frustrating.

So for now Azure DevOps is the best choice for us.

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Azure DevOps Services is a great service. Its function as a code repository is great, and its integration with Visual Studio and Visual Studio Code lets you work in a natural way from these tools. MS Teams integration exists as far as we test it requires an Azure subscription, so it does not apply to the free 5 user tier.

We have been using it for at least 5 years and it's rock-solid in its function and always adds new options and features. We started using it because of its free 5 user private repositories function. Now GitHub does the same (and it's also from Microsoft) but Azure DevOps Services offers more options and tools, so we will stick with this service.