|Popularity and Adoption
||Azure DevOps is widely used by organizations of all sizes and is especially popular among enterprises that are invested in the Microsoft ecosystem.
||AWS DevOps is also widely adopted, especially by companies utilizing Amazon Web Services as their cloud platform.
|Ease of Use
||Azure DevOps offers a user-friendly web interface with well-integrated tools, making it easy for teams familiar with Microsoft products to get started.
||AWS DevOps has a learning curve, especially for teams new to AWS. However, it offers comprehensive documentation and resources to simplify adoption.
|Scalability and flexibility
||Azure DevOps can scale up to 10,000 concurrent users and 2 GB of storage per user.
||AWS DevOps can scale up to millions of users and offers unlimited storage.
||Azure, initially started as a PaaS, streamlines the process for developers to build and scale applications effortlessly, eliminating concerns about the underlying infrastructure.
||AWS DevOps offers services that IT operations can easily comprehend and use to support their on-demand computing and storage requirements.
||Azure DevOps enables users to integrate Azure services like Azure app services, SQL databases, and Azure VM. In fact, it also streamlines the SDLC process by utilizing Jenkins and other third-party tools.
||AWS DevOps allows users to enforce and integrate various services like viz., S3, EC2, and Beanstalk.
|Managing Packages in Software
||Azure has a package manager tool called Azure Artifacts to manage packages like Maven, Nuget, etc.
||In AWS DevOps, you need to integrate third-party tools like Artifactory to manage packages.
|Version Control System
||Git and Team Foundation Version Control (TFVC)
|CI/CD Pipeline Capabilities
||Azure DevOps supports both Build and Release Pipelines and also offers YAML-based pipeline configuration.
||AWS DevOps provides CI/CD pipelines with customizable configurations using YAML or Visual Designer.
||For Azure DevOps, hosted and self-hosted agents are available for build and deployment tasks.
||AWS CodeBuild uses managed build servers and you can also bring your custom build environment.
||Deployment to Azure, on-premises, and third-party cloud providers.
||Deployment to AWS services and on-premises infrastructure.
||Azure DevOps complies with various industry standards, including SOC 1, SOC 2, ISO 27001, and HIPAA.
||AWS DevOps also adheres to numerous security and compliance standards.
||It has role-based access control, granular permissions, and secure pipelines.
||It has AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) for access control and secure resource management.
||Azure DevOps offers features like Kanban workflows, boards, and a massive extension ecosystem.
||By utilizing AWS services, AWS DevOps can easily automate the deployment of all codes.
||It offers various plans based on the number of users and build minutes.
||AWS DevOps has a pay-as-you-go pricing based on the usage of AWS Developer Tools.