Dienstag, 6. März 2012 03:24
Our company is in the process of moving to the Microsoft ALM and we are having discussions around why we need to dump TeamCity.
Can any one offer good evidence as to why we need to dump TeamCity!
Personaly I think it needs to go!!!
Dienstag, 6. März 2012 08:15
Hard to say. Which features of Team City are you currently using which aren't part of the version of TFS you want to use. I can think of a couple:
- Resharper Inspection support (TFS Build has Code Analysis, but only if you're running Visual Studio Premium or higher on the build agent, Code Analysis has fewer rules than Inspections)
- Chained builds/Incremental builds (TFS Build can do something similar, but not by default. It either requires powershell scripting and a custom build process or something like the free AIT Dependency Manager)
If you want to start using Team Test Agents for automated UI and/or performance testing and Visual Studio lab manager, then it might be better to switch to Team Build altogether.
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- Als Antwort markiert John QiaoMicrosoft Contingent Staff, Moderator Montag, 12. März 2012 07:08
Mittwoch, 7. März 2012 09:58Moderator
Thanks for your post.
Microsoft Visual Studio Team Foundation Server is the collaboration platform at the core of the Visual Studio solution for application lifecycle management. Team Foundation Server provides fundamental services such as version control, work item and bug tracking, build automation, and a data warehouse. Powerful reporting tools and dashboards provide historical trending and visibility into overall project health, and real-time metrics give early warnings of potential problems so that you can make data-driven decisions and course corrections. In addition, agile planning tools and integration with Microsoft Project and Project Server help you plan and manage your projects. For more information about TFS 2010, please refer to the document: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/fda2bad5.aspx.
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