Integrating with Azure DevOps
In this video article we cover how to easily integrate and migrate data from third-party applications to Azure DevOps and Modern Requirements.
Author: Dane Crawford
Time to Read: 10 Minutes
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Integrating with Azure DevOps
Azure DevOps And Integration
As teams look to move into the Microsoft’s industry-leading Azure DevOps (ADO), the hunt for the right integration solution is fiercer than ever before.
Teams look to find the right tool which will allow them to easily migrate data, continuously integrate their non-ADO solutions, and ultimately find a solution that doesn’t disrupt their current process.
Here at Modern Requirements we believe in the power of our solutions being seamlessly integrated into Azure DevOps, and we understand the value and potential of bringing everything together into one central source of truth.
OpsHub: Integration Designed for Azure DevOps
This is why we support the use of OpsHub for connecting different systems with Azure DevOps and thus with Modern Requirements
Whether you are looking to connect cross-functional teams using different third-party applications, or looking to continuously integrate data with Azure DevOps, or even migrating your data from another RM tool to Azure DevOps or Team Foundation Server… OpsHub has you covered.
OpsHub is a leader in integration and migration solutions for Application Lifecycle Management (ALM), IT Service Management (ITSM), Customer Relationship Management (CRM), and DevOps systems.
By supporting Azure DevOps and Team Foundation Server (TFS) in their integration and migration tools, OpsHub has provided a tried, tested, and true solution that enables teams to easily integrate with Azure DevOps. The quality of OpsHub has led our team to recommend OpsHub at every turn.
Microsoft Focused Migration
As a migration solution, OpsHub offers the ability to orchestrate data migration between two or more systems, error-free, and without system downtime. Additionally, OpsHub’s migration solution has been designed to support large-scale data migration.
A Microsoft specific migration solution is offered by OpsHub.
The OpsHub Visual Studio Migration Utility (OVSMU) can be used to transfer data within the Microsoft ecosystem; TFS and ADO. This utility can migrate files, folders, test entities, custom process templates, and much more. Learn more about OVSMU by clicking here.
Using OVSMU enables teams to easily work within the ADO ecosystem as they move the right project pieces to different collections, servers, projects and more.
OpsHub also provides a combined Migration/Integration Solution for several other platforms.
The OpsHub Integration Manager allows for the connection between multiple and even disparate systems to improve user collaboration within your business or company. This tool can integrate over 50 different ALM, ITSM, CRM, and DevOps solutions, which greatly reduces your teams’ chances of encountering an information silo.
OpsHub Integration solutions provides full control to users to select which systems they would like to integrate, direction of the integration, projects to sync, entities to sync, and ability to map fields between systems.
Is Modern Requirements4DevOps Migration Ready?
What does this mean for an ADO/TFS user whose environment is equipped with Modern Requirements4DevOps (MR4DevOps)?
Can the data I create in Modern Requirements be migrated or integrated with OpsHub too?
Modern Requirements4DevOps is proud to be seamlessly built on Azure DevOps. This means we use ADO/TFS’s back-end to store all the data and content that is created in any Modern Requirements4DevOps modules.
There is no difference between a work item created in your project’s Backlog and a work Item created in Modern Requirements4DevOps. Work items created in MR4Devops appear in the project’s Backlog and are saved at the project level.
Therefore, work items and their properties created in Modern Requirements4DevOps can be migrated and integrated between systems using OpsHub and will not be treated any differently than work items created in the native TFS/ADO modules. To learn more about OpsHub’s incredible integration and migration solution click here!