Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2015 is the newest version of Team Foundation Server (TFS), the collaboration platform at the core of Microsoft’s application lifecycle management (ALM) solution. It delivers a number of new features to help your team develop better software --- faster. With new features like the cross-platform scriptable build engine, enhanced Kanban boards, support for Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe), team project renames and more, you are probably contemplating upgrading to Team Foundation Server 2015.
Chances are good that you've heard about Git, the distributed source control system that's taking the development world by storm. Organizations of all sizes are taking the plunge, and InCycle is here to help you make the transition smooth and easy. This webcast will present an overview of the Git source control model and compare it to other source control solutions like Team Foundation Version Control and Subversion, so you can understand the key differences between them and what all the buzz is about!
TFS 2015 offers many great Release Management enhancements. A new web interface, dashboards, and tasks for deploying to Windows and Linux platforms among others. Although the bulk of the webcast will provide a 2015 overview, we’ll also talk about common upgrade path for existing RM customers.
This webcast will cover provisioning resources in Azure for QA and testing teams. Learn how to configure a complete environment in Azure, including creating your own artifact repository and custom images for Azure virtual machines. This webinar will focus on creating a complete testing environment in Azure, not the tests themselves.
This webcast will cover key aspects of Azure subscription security, reviewing available role based security mechanism to limit capabilities and empower the right set of permissions for subscription uses to perform their jobs. Learn how to configure an Azure Subscription to take advantage of the reduced Azure Dev/Test Subscription rates.
Upgrading often sounds easier than it is! Depending on your starting point, environment, DB size, customizations, etc., your upgrade experience will be different (and hopefully not too painful). Having done 100’s of upgrades, InCycle is very familiar with various upgrade approaches, best practices and tool limitations.
This webcast will help you leverage Team Foundation Server (TFS) to focus on application development, decrease rework, increase transparency into your application and increase the rate at which you can ship high quality software throughout the application lifecycle. There’s new support for cross-platform vNext builds, enhancement to project management features, GIT source control enhancement, code analysis integration and improvements, cloud deployment enhancements …
Learn how to bring more IT agility while reducing and managing development costs with DevOps and Cloud computing practices. Organizations facing big IT challenges, such as growing workload and business pressure, can take advantage of this new model for development, QA and IT teams. Our webcast will help you understand how IT, Development and QA teams can work together to deploy environments and release applications faster with more flexibility and efficiency. InCycle's IT Agility model presentation is for any leader willing to drive greater responsiveness and agility.
As organizations face increasing pressure to deliver more software, Azure Dev/Test allows you to develop and test applications quickly and at a lower cost. During this webcast, our Azure consultant, Alex Turner will show you how to do this using Azure to quickly set up testing environments with the Microsoft stack of tools.
Using Microsoft Azure is not an all or nothing decision. Microsoft's cloud computing solution is uniquely positioned to support a hybrid on-premise and cloud architecture. During this webcast, we'll discuss best practices for decomposing your on-premise infrastructure into an Azure architecture using VMs, Web sites, or Cloud services.
Our webcast will show you how to discover the available Azure network services and how they can be used to provide architectural solutions when moving applications from an on-premise to Azure based infrastructure.
Migrating existing applications to Azure requires careful planning in-part because the Azure environment offers several implementation alternatives, and because your organization must consider choosing applications that are best suited for the Azure environment. Alternative implementation approaches include PaaS cloud services/Azure Websites or an IaaS approach leveraging Azure Virtual Machines (or a hybrid). During this webcast, we'll discuss a planning and decision making framework focused upon leveraging PaaS for successful application migration to the Azure Cloud.
Migrating applications and services to the Azure Cloud can offer a number of attractive benefits from reducing operating capital expenses, to realizing improved agility and time to market, or simply less focus on infrastructure and more focus upon your business domain. Maximizing leverage of the Azure environment requires thoughtful migration planning, and skillful implementation. During this webcast, we'll discuss best practices for the migration of applications to the Azure platform.
This webcast will showcase the top Visual Studio features that increase developer productivity. Learn firsthand how easy it is take your skills and team to the next level. In fact, delivering more value, faster, has never been easier. Learn how a multi-platform development environment and a highly integrated ALM platform “connects the dots” and accelerates software development and the feedback loop from operations.