Maarten asked me a couple of weeks ago if it was possible to put TFS on port 80 along with Sharepoint and if so, was there any documentation. I said, yes, I know it’s possible because I know we’ve tested it but I didn’t know if there was any documentation.
A couple of weeks ago Discount ASP.NET released a build service offering to go along with their hosted TFS offering. This makes it possible for you to host even more of your development process in the cloud – a big benefit,
One of our relatively long term hosting partners – Praktik Hosting, has just updated their hosting offering based on our TFS 2010 product and licensing changes. The result is a more affordable service with more features. They are also going beyond just TFS and providing an option of licensing Urban Turtle for Scrum team management on top of TFS.
As you probably know from my blog that dogfooding (using the product ourselves) is a very important part of our development cycle. We like to use the product early and often and make sure we understand what it’s going to be like for our customers.
It’s been about 6 months since I last posted detailed statistics on the DevDiv TFS dogfood server. Overall it’s been a good 6 months. Early this year we got the bulk of our TFS 2010 branching/merging/scaling changes deployed to the server and they’ve made a a big difference in the scalability challenges we were having last fall.
Someone asked me the other day how big to expect the relative sizes of TFS databases to be. At the time all I had time to say was “Over time TfsVersionControl will dwarf everything else”. This weekend, I finally had a few minutes to sit down and do some analysis.
It’s been a while now since I have an overall look at the adoption of TFS at Microsoft. I decided to go ahead and do it this month even though some of the numbers (particularly active users) are a bit skewed by the recent holidays.
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