Now that you’ve looked at the capabilities of the professional DevOps environment and a mix of tools that can be a part of it, we’ll drill down into each product within the Azure DevOps family and set it up in the proper way. You’ll certainly want to customize the configuration, but your suggested configuration works great in 80% of the cases. If you’ve already read the book The Phoenix Project by Kim, Spafford, and Behr, you’ll recognize the principles we implement in this chapter. You might want to create a new project so that you can test different configurations as you read. Once you have your Azure DevOps project created, take a glance at your project settings, and select the products that you’d like enabled.