Managing Workstreams Using Projects in Azure DevOps
If you need to support multiple workstreams for specific business units and/or application development within your organization, say for example the dev team is working on multiple applications, then they'll need to have a place to administer, store and manage these 'projects'. Projects in Azure DevOps acts as a logical container and repository for:
- Source code
- Planning and management of users and tasks
- Tracking the progress of the project
- Collaboration of software development
In this lab, you will learn about the various tools available within a project as well as creating your own project and adding a team to that project.
Upon completion of this lab, you will be able to:
- Understand the available tools within a DevOps Project
- Create a project in Azure DevOps
- Create a new team and add the team to a project
- Candidates studying for the AZ-400, Azure DevOps Engineer Expert Exam
- DevOps Engineers
- DevOps Architects
- Scrum Masters
- Project Managers
February 2nd, 2022 - Updated the instructions and screenshots to reflect the latest UI
Adil is a Microsoft Certified Trainer, former Azure Engineer, and loves all things Azure. He is a certified Azure Administrator and Azure DevOps Expert and has worked for some of the biggest MSPs in the world (Cognizant, New Signature, CoreAzure). He loves to combine his two passions: cloud and teaching.
Adil specializes in Azure Infrastructure services and has a curiosity for new, in-preview services from Azure, getting his hands familiar with the content before most of the world does. Outside of work, Adil helps run a growing community of IT professionals looking to break into the cloud and regularly runs workshops and webinars.