Get started with Azure Pipelines
Azure Pipelines is a fully featured continuous integration (CI) and continuous delivery (CD) service. It works with your preferred Git provider and can deploy to most major cloud services, which include Azure services. Start with your code on GitHub, GitHub Enterprise Server, GitLab, Bitbucket Cloud, or Azure Repos. Then you can automate the build, testing, and deployment of your code to Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform, or Amazon Web Services.
Use Azure Pipelines to configure and automate your build and delivery tools and environments in YAML (as configuration as code). Or you can use the classic editor in the Azure DevOps web portal at https://dev.azure.com. Azure Pipelines documentation shows you both approaches.
Follow the links in this short guide to sign up and use Azure Pipelines.
What is Azure Pipelines?
For more information on Azure Pipelines, see What is Azure Pipelines?. See how you can use it to automate and streamline the build, test, and deployment of your code projects.
Use Azure Pipelines
Quickly learn the different ways you can use Azure Pipelines to automate your builds and releases.
Key concepts for Azure Pipelines
The Key concepts for Azure Pipelines guide explains how Azure Pipelines works. It also explains key terms and concepts.
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