Deployment tracking multiple services and Azure DevOps

We hope that you are not too busy watching The Walking Dead and Westworld to notice all of the cool stuff happening on lately. A month ago we released Deployment Tracking and today we ship support for tracking multiple services and integration with Visual Studio Team Services.

Tracking multiple services

Since deployments on aren't really tied to logs, all deployments were shown when navigating to the new Deployments tab on a log. With the latest release, we truly support multiple services and microservices, released and versioned independently. By including the service name as part of the deployment, we make sure to only show relevant deployments for each log. Check out how to set it up in Set Up Deployment Tracking.

Visual Studio Team Services support

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