Azure Pipelines enables you to continuously build, test, and deploy to any platform or cloud. It has native container support, flexible workflows, advanced deployment scenarios like approvals and gates, as well as a rich marketplace of extensions to support anything you need. Azure Pipelines offers cloud-hosted pipelines for Linux, macOS, and Windows and provides unlimited minutes and 10 parallel jobs for free for open source projects.With the Azure Pipelines app for Slack, you can easily monitor the activity for your pipelines. Set up and manage subscriptions for completed builds, releases, pending approvals and more from Slack and get notifications for these events in your channels.
Azure Pipelines will ask to:
Post to specific channels in SlackShow more
Azure Pipelines will be able to post to specific channels in Slack.
Access information about your public channelsShow more
Azure Pipelines will be able to access basic information about your public channels (including names, topics, purposes, creation date, and latest message).
Add slash commands and add actions to messages (and view related content)
Access information about your private channelsShow more
Azure Pipelines will be able to access basic information about your private channels (including names, topics, purposes, creation date, and latest message).
View some URLs in messagesShow more
Azure Pipelines will be able to view dev.azure.com and visualstudio.com URLs to provide previews and other functionality.
Add link previews to messagesShow more
Azure Pipelines will be able to add link previews for messages containing dev.azure.com and visualstudio.com URLs.
Add a bot user with the username @azpipelinesShow more
Azure Pipelines will be able to install a bot user that appears in and has access to your workspace’s directory. It can also post messages and view activity on messages in any channel it is invited to.
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