Installing Azure DevOps Server 2019

Kevin Chant takes a look at Azure DevOps Server 2019 RC1:

To clarify, Azure DevOps Server 2019 is the new name for TFS. Furthermore, it’s now rebranded and updated to look and feel like the Azure DevOps service. Which is the new name for Visual Studio team Services (VSTS) in Azure.
Therefore, I decided to do this because I am currently involved with Azure DevOps and using it with SQL Server deployments. Hence, I decided I wanted a local copy of my own to test things.

Click through for a couple of interesting findings, especially around required (and disallowed) versions of prerequisites like SQL Server versions.

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