The Azure DevOps Migration Tools allow you to bulk edit and migrate data between Team Projects on both Microsoft Team Foundation Server (TFS) and Azure DevOps Services. Take a look at the documentation to find out how. This project is published as code on GitHub as well as a Winget package a
Ask Questions on Github: https://github.com/nkdAgility/azure-devops-migration-tools/discussions
Some Data from the last 30 days (as of 01/04/2022)
What can you do with this tool?
WARNING: This tool is not designed for a novice. This tool was developed to support the scenarios below, and the edge cases that have been encountered by the 30+ contributors from around the Azure DevOps community. You should be comfortable with the TFS/Azure DevOps object model, as well as debugging code in Visual Studio. Community support is available through GitHub ; Paid support is available through our recommended consultants as well as our contributors and many DevOps consultants around the world.
What versions of Azure DevOps & TFS do you support?
Typical Uses of this tool
NOTE: If you are able to migrate your entire Collection to Azure DevOps Services you should use Azure DevOps Migration Service from Microsoft. If you have a requirement to change Process Template then you will need to do that before you move to Azure DevOps Services.
Installing an running the tools
We use winget to host the tools, and you can use the command
The tools will be installed to
For a more detailed getting started guide please see the documentation.
You can get free support from the community above and on social media on a best effort basis if folks are available. If you are looking for paid support naked Agility with Martin Hinshelwood & Co has a number of experts, many of whom contribute to this project, that can help. Find out how we can help you with your migration and book a free consultation to discuss how we can make things easyer.
We use these tools with our customers, and for fun, to do real world migrations on a daily basis and we can: