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Jan. 12, 2022, 7:21 p.m. | /u/TheAustinSlacker

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Hey y'all, I come from a Microsoft systems administration and engineering background. And so my team just got ADO tossed in our laps. Administration is pretty easy, and I don't actually have to know much to provide/deny access to projects. HOWEVER.. in a nutshell. what IS ADO? My environment is relatively small (the ADO space), couple dozen projects. We have a few on-prem TFS servers, and are using the bottom tier "shared pipeline for 1800 minutes a month" (reminds me of an AOL ad)

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