Source Control Support for Visual Studio Online - TFS
Add first party integration with VSO to Azure Automation.
This is now available within the portal and API. You can find more information on https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/automation/source-control-integration
Wayne Hoggett commented
You're actually better off NOT using the aosurce control in Azure automation and instead just deploying from VSTS using release or build.
Ben Virkler commented
Summer has come and gone, still looking forward to this feature!
There is an article on https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/automation/automation-scenario-source-control-integration-with-VSTS that describes how to set this up with an automation account. We are looking at integrating this into the experience this summer.
Shane Castle commented
Please update on the status of this
Eric JENOUVRIER commented
Within Azure Portal the status is "coming soon", may be the status here need to be updated from UNDER REVIEW => WORKING ON IT ? :)
joe brockhaus commented
I've created a PowerShell Module that can be easily imported into your Automation Account to Sync runbooks from VSO-Git.
This picks up where the incomplete Sync-VsoGitRunbook left off, and doesn't require manual dependency management nor obtuse folder structures.
The GitHub repo contains sample runbooks and instructions for how to configure VSO Service Hooks & create the Runbook WebHook to receive the VSO events.
Anton Vishnyakov commented