A new Postman integration for Azure DevOps users

If you use Azure Pipelines as your CI/CD of choice, Postman’s latest release is for you. We’ve just added a new integration with Azure Pipelines that enables you to monitor your pipeline runs—and run Postman test collections within your pipeline—with only a minimal setup.

The Postman API Platform‘s suite of tools keeps improving to meet our community’s needs when it comes to managing the API lifecycle. And, last year, Postman v10 added Git-aware API definition editing along with the new Postman CLI that powers contract testing within your CI/CD.

But we know that building an API doesn’t happen only within Postman. Connecting to more tools within the API platform landscape is critical to giving Postman customers a seamless experience.

The new Azure Pipelines (part of Azure DevOps) integration joins our existing Azure Repos (also part of Azure DevOps) and Azure API Management integrations to give you a more end-to-end Azure integration.

With this new integration, you can:

  • View pipeline runs with the option to filter to runs for a specific branch or with a particular result
  • Easily add Postman CLI to your pipeline to leverage your existing Postman Collections for automated testing of new code
  • See detailed results of Postman CLI runs within your pipeline
Example of pipeline runs in Postman
Example of pipeline runs in Postman

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3 thoughts on “A new Postman integration for Azure DevOps users

  • Does this work with Azure DevOps Server (on-prem) as well as Azure DevOps Services (online)?

  • And when can we upgrade to versionv10?

    You are up to date!
    Postman v9.31.27 is the latest version.
    Last checked: January 27, 2023 at 10:16 AM

  • Ir would be great that Cli generates a XML result file (junit report as Newman does) to see the results in Azure DevOps