Data available from Analytics
Azure DevOps Services | Azure DevOps Server 2022 - Azure DevOps Server 2019
The data available to you from Analytics depends on the Azure DevOps platform and version you're using and the Analytics version you query.
For Azure DevOps Server, you can use Analytics in place of SQL Server Reporting Services or along side it. However, if you plan to use the Inheritance process model to customize work tracking, you can only use Analytics for reporting, the project collection must not be configured to support reporting. To learn more about the Inheritance process model, see About process customization and inherited processes.
Data available by platform version
Refer to the following table to determine the data you have access to. To determine the platform and version you're using, see Get support and provide feedback, What platform am I using?
The following table was last updated on August 2022.
|Service||Azure DevOps Services
Azure DevOps Server 2020
Azure DevOps Server 2022
|Azure DevOps Server 2019||Future availability|
|Test Plans||Progress Report||None|
When you query Analytics, you always specify an Analytics version. The latest versions provide access to all supported EntityTypes and EntitySets. For details on the supported EntityTypes and EntitySets, see Data model for Analytics.
|Analytics version||Supported Azure DevOps services|
|v4.0-preview||v3.0-preview plus snapshots related to pipeline jobs, task agent pool size, and task agent requests|
|v3.0-preview||Azure Boards, Test Plans, and Azure Pipelines|
|v2.0||Azure Boards only including Process data|
|v1.0||Azure Boards only excluding Process data|
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