Update on Microsoft TFS adoption

Brian Harry

Here’s an update on overall TFS adoption at Microsoft.  In a bit I expect to blog the latest DevDiv server stats.

Overall adoption continues to grow rapidly.  We passed some notable milestones this month:

  • We have 1,160 Team Projects in production, passing the 1,000 mark
  • We topped 1 million work items (across all TFS instances) with 1,023,088

Adoption in Office continues strong.  Windows adoption is growing but we have hit some pain along the way.  They are adopting the same preliminary Rosario build that Office is using and have run into quite a number of installation issues with the Team Explorer client.  We’ve been working through those with them.  DevDiv continues preparations for a final and complete switch over to TFS – I’m expecting sometime by around the end of the year.

We now have 24 TFS servers in production.  3 are running a preliminary Rosario build.  17 are running TFS 2008 Beta 2 (see when we say “Go-live” we mean it :)).  And 4 are still running TFS 2005 SP1 but will be upgraded to Beta 2 soon.

Here are some interesting graphs to see overall trends…




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