Jan 8, 2018
Team Foundation Server (commonly abbreviated to TFS) is a Microsoft product that provides source code management (either with Team Foundation Version Control or Git), reporting, requirements management, project management (for both agile software development and waterfall teams), automated builds, lab management, testing and release management capabilities. It covers the entire application lifecycle, and enables DevOps capabilities. TFS can be used as a back-end to numerous integrated development environments (IDEs) but is tailored for Microsoft Visual Studio and Eclipse on all platforms.
Team Foundation Server (TFS) ,provides you a wide array of collaborative software development tools that integrate with your IDE providing secure version control, extensible integrations, agile tooling among many others. You can set up an on-premise version of TFS or you can sign up for Visual Studio Team Services which is backed by Microsoft Azure if you don’t want the hassle of managing the infrastructure.
Note that updates are shipped to VS Team Services every 3 weeks so you will always have the latest features while updates to TFS are shipped in release cycles.
Who opt for TFS training?
TFS course is designed for software development professionals who are responsible for the day to day administration and operation of a Team Foundation Server.
In this course, you will learn how to implement TFS, to better serve your whole team to communicate and collaborate processes, crafting higher quality software in less time.
TFS Training Course Objectives:
-Create Team Projects and Team Project Collections as appropriate for your environment
-create appropriate service accounts
-Understand how Work Item tracking can be used across the entire team
-Plan your TFS deployment and install TFS 2015 in a variety of topologies
-Create custom work item queries and alerts
-Use a variety of client to