Package Management is now Azure Artifacts
Azure DevOps Services
Recently, Azure DevOps Services (previously Visual Studio Team Services) underwent a big UI update. This update moved many popular hubs around, including the old Packages hub in the Build and Release hub group. As you may know already, the Build and Release hub group has become Azure Pipelines, and the previous Packages hub has been moved out to its own area known as Azure Artifacts.
How to find your packages in Azure DevOps Services
Before the UI update, your Package Management home was in the Packages hub of the Build and Release hub group. You would navigate to it like so:
If you're still using the previous navigation, or TFS, this is still how you would access your packages.
The new update has introduced a new, top-level area that is the home of Package Management in Azure DevOps Services. This area is known as Azure Artifacts and can be reached simply by selecting the Artifacts button on the left of the UI:
If you don't see Artifacts or want to turn the service off, see more info in Change service visibility
Azure Artifacts billing model
Azure Artifacts bills you on a consumption-basis and licenses are no longer required for Azure DevOps Services customers. For more information, see Billing and free monthly usage for Azure Artifacts and What about customers who were using Artifacts before May 6, 2019 under the previous per user model?