When the Release Management Console application is loaded, it defaults to the Traffic Overview page. If the database is not optimized, the query used to load such statistics may take a long time to execute. This may be due to recent updates such as an upgrade of your Release Management Server where existing statistics may now be staled.
Team Explorer Everywhere (TEE) enables developers to connect to Team Foundation Server and Visual Studio Online from Eclipse-based IDEs on Windows and non-Windows platforms, including Linux and Mac OS. This provides a great way to keep all of your teams, whether they are developing apps with .NET,
The Visual Studio ALM Virtual Machine is one of the primary (and best) tools for delivering ALM training and presentations we have at Microsoft and today Brian Keller announced that today we’ve published a new version of this great tool: Visual Studio 2013 Update 3 ALM Virtual Machine.
Steve Borg and Northwest Cadence has been doing a bunch of cutting work DevOps content and would love to share it w/ the world!
Their new series kicks off tomorrow (Sept 18th) with:
Performance and Load Testing
Performance and load testing are critical components of building high quality and scalable software.
Application Insights Tools 2.1 comes pre-installed in the Visual Studio 2013 Update 3, released last month. When you create a new project with it, analytics reports appear in the new Microsoft Azure Preview portal, instead of the older Visual Studio Online portal.
Microsoft Azure makes it easy to set up VMs to use as servers in your environment. Azure adds your VMs to cloud services. You’ll need a Microsoft Azure account to create your VMs. If you don’t have one yet, sign up here.In Release Management,
One of the members of our happy ALM Family, Stuart Preston, did a great post on setting up Application Insights to an Application running from behind the firewall.
Microsoft Application Insights: Connecting from “behind the firewall”
You may be aware Application Insights in Visual Studio Online provides you with the capability of monitoring the availability of your web applications through the use of Visual Studio Web Tests. If not, you may want to take a peek at this post before continuing.
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We are pleased to publish the following whitepaper: Scaled Agile Framework: Using TFS to support epics, release trains, and multiple backlogs.
The Scaled Agile Framework, or SAFe, is gaining popularity among organizations looking to scale Agile practices to the enterprise level.
If you don’t have a free subscription to Testing Experience yet now is definitely a great time to sign up as they have a new article on Intellitrace!
Always Know What’s Going On
Successful Quality Management with Visual Studio IntelliTrace
Software development can be nerve-wracking.