Team Foundation Services (TFS) on Azure Offers New Option for Microsoft Dynamics Development Teams


Microsoft's Team Foundation Services, an Azure-based version of the Microsoft's Team Foundation Server (TFS) platform for collaborative software development projects, has been available since September, but as Sebastian Wakmundzki notes on his blog, it is still an invitation-only beta product.  

TFS has been around for some time as an on-premise for source control, data collection, reporting, and project tracking on collaborative software development projects.  The Azure-based TFS includes all of this as well, with the latest features around team management, build automation, and testing, and it integrates with Visual Studio 2010 and the 2011 preview, as well as Eclipse.


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