How can OpsHub help?
OVSMU helps customers migrate all data with full context between: TFS and Azure DevOps, TFS and TFS, Azure DevOps and TFS, and Azure DevOps and Azure DevOps.
It migrates historical information for work items, version control change sets, test cases, test results, and all the relationships between two tools in an incremental manner.
OVSMU helps consolidate heterogeneous legacy systems onto a unified platform with zero system downtime. Benefits of a single environment include reduced customization and cycle time as well as increased productivity & collaboration and improved quality.
OVSMU supports the 2010, 2012, 2013, 2015, 2017, 2018 versions of TFS, Azure DevOps Server 2019 and all versions of Azure DevOps, including the latest version.
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Features of OVSMU:
OVSMU (Free & Commercial Version)
OVSMU (Free version): OpsHub Visual Studio Online Migration Utility free version helps migrate the most commonly requested data between TFS and Azure DevOps. It enables basic migration of the following entities: change sets, work items, test cases, and version control history. Free version is limited to migrating projects with less than 1000 revisions of work items and less than 1000 revisions of source control.
OVSMU (Commercial version): For customers looking for advance migration options, OpsHub Visual Studio Online Migration Commercial Utility is helpful. It helps migrate entities such as test suite, test run and test result as well as traceability between WI and Change Sets, etc. The commercial version offers additional support by OpsHub throughout the data migration process. The commercial version supports migration of all data with full context between: TFS and Azure DevOps, TFS and TFS, Azure DevOps and TFS, and Azure DevOps and Azure DevOps.
Feature comparison: Free & Commercial version
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Pre-requisite hardware and software requirement for OVSMU installation
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Brian Harry launched the OpsHub Visual Studio Team Services utility tool in his Keynote at the TechEd North America conference 2014.