VSTS has been broken up in this way to further Microsoft ambition of making its developer tooling useful to any development process and workflow, regardless of language or platform. The division into individual components should make it easier for developers to adopt portions of the Azure DevOps platform, without requiring them to go all in on VSTS. The reduced scope of each component means that it cheaper than the VSTS pricing, making incremental adoption more palatable. For example, a...

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