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Our team has set up continuous integration using visual studio online. We have tried cranking up our subscription to advanced with a paid build limit that we are nowhere near reaching. However, build times are exceptionally slow.

The builds will sit in a queue for several minutes then take several minutes to run [even when testing adding Nuget packages to source control].

Is there any way to speed up builds in Visual Studio Online? If not what are some good alternatives?

I see acceptance or setting up our own continuous integration server on an Azure VM as a worst-case fallback.

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1. Reduce the number of projects. You can do so by re-using the previous results. 

2. Make use of ability MultiConfiguration option.  

3. Enable BuildParallel

4. Build all the output to a single directory by using OutputPath

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