Administration

Azure DevOps Services | Azure DevOps Server 2019 | TFS 2018 - TFS 2013

Note: Azure DevOps Server was previously named Visual Studio Team Foundation Server.

Install, upgrade, or manage your on-premises deployment of Azure DevOps Server, previously named Visual Studio Team Foundation Server (TFS), with the guidance provided here. Azure DevOps provides integrated tools to support collaborative software development, including Git repositories, continuous integration and continuous deployment (CI/CD), and interactive Kanban boards.

To evaluate Azure DevOps, you can install Azure DevOps Express or sign up for our cloud offering, Azure DevOps Services for free. To learn more, see Installations for evaluation or personal use.

For production-level on-premise deployments, review the requirements and architecture articles.

If you're a new Azure DevOps administrator, see Get started as an administrator in Azure DevOps and Administrative tasks quick reference.

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To view the content available for your platform, make sure that you select the correct version of this article from the version selector which is located above the table of contents. Feature support differs depending on whether you are working from Azure DevOps Services or an on-premises version of Azure DevOps Server, renamed from Team Foundation Server (TFS).

To learn which on-premises version you are using, see What platform/version am I using?

Requirements

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