Supported source repositories

Azure DevOps Services | Azure DevOps Server 2022 - Azure DevOps Server 2019 | TFS 2018

Note

Microsoft Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2018 and earlier versions have the following differences in naming:

  • Pipelines for build and release are called definitions
  • Runs are called builds
  • Service connections are called service endpoints
  • Stages are called environments
  • Jobs are called phases

Azure Pipelines, Azure DevOps Server, and TFS integrate with a number of version control systems. When you use any of these version control systems, you can configure a pipeline to build, test, and deploy your application.

YAML pipelines are a new form of pipelines that have been introduced in Azure DevOps Server 2019 and in Azure Pipelines. YAML pipelines only work with certain version control systems. The following table shows all the supported version control systems and the ones that support YAML pipelines.

Repository type Azure Pipelines (YAML) Azure Pipelines (classic editor) Azure DevOps Server 2022, 2020, 2019, TFS 2018
Azure Repos Git Yes Yes Yes
Azure Repos TFVC No Yes Yes
GitHub Yes Yes No
GitHub Enterprise Server Yes Yes TFS 2018.2 and higher
Bitbucket Cloud Yes Yes No
Bitbucket Server No Yes Yes
Subversion No Yes Yes