I see many organisations looking at TFS and trying to make the decision on why should I use Visual Studio ALM. Often you already have some tools and you want to move to TFS, or you have TFS and you are evaluating other tools as part of a reorganisation.
I have been working through my demos for NDC London next week. And I found it almost impossible to create log entries in Release Management where I wanted.
Now that I have it configured I want to show how to create a Release Management pipeline for Professional Developers and Development Teams.
Next week I will be speaking at NDC London 2014 and I have been working on my demo. Since Connect() everything for a little bit easier and I need to create an environment for Release Management for Visual Studio 2013.
When I first completed configuring a DC in Azure for AAD integrated Release Management I did not add my virtual machine to a virtual network. And I really should have […]
I will be speaking at NDC London: Second Look, Team Foundation Server & VSO and I am planning to be a little adventurous with the demo. For this I will […]
While I have spoken at many events in the USA while I lived there, and even did a few keynotes for the Visual Studio 2012 launch, I have been trying […]
With the launch at Build of Team Foundation Server 2013 Update 2 I wanted to make sure that the update goes seamlessly. So I am upgrading my demo box to […]
With the release of Visual Studio 2013 we now have release management built right into the product that we can use to build a scalable release pipeline. It’s not perfect but it does hit the spot.
Have you seen how easy it is to install Release Management 2013 and configure it with with Visual Studio 2013? See Martin install and configure the new Visual Studio 2013 Release Management Server, Client, and Deployment Agent all in under 10 minutes.