New Features of Team Foundation Server 2008 New Features of Team Suite 2008 New Features of Team Roles Resources Q&A Application Lifecycle Management Solution Automation of the development process Cross-platform support Requirements tracking & status Traceability Full history Project Management & Governance Predictability True status Communication & Collaboration Visibility Transparency Work artifact relationships Process workflow Design for Deployment Quality & Productivity Agility & Formality New features! Support for MOSS 2007 and WSS 3.0 Support for Windows Server 2008 “Longhorn” Simplified Installation More supported configurations Support for either SQL 2005 or SQL 2008 SQL 2008 RTM only Can upgrade from TFS 2005 More… Existing features Branching and Merging Labeling at any Level Shared Locking (default) Check-in Lock Provides flexibility “Work in Progress” using Shelving Shared Check-in Tools Automated and Manual Merging New features! Annotation Support Who did what and when Folder Diff Get Latest on Check Out!! Performance Improvement for Large Projects >10K files Async Loading of Source Control Explorer Fewer False Positives on Merge Improved Offline Experience aka "The Blame Window" Discover who last changed a section of code and get detailed change set information Quickly identify which files have changed between two different branches, or between a local workspace and a branch on the server Existing features Work Item Tracking Out of the box Reporting Support for Links and Attachments Customizable Process Templates Built-in Data Warehouse Fully Extensible through Object Model New features! Improved Work Item Linking Create New Work Item from any Results Better Scalability Better Performance Query Builder Improvements Filtering based on Current Project Column Drag and Drop Team Web Access Existing features MS Build Generation Build Reporting Basic Automated Testing Support Code Coverage Reporting on Build Support for BVTs Using Test Lists Drop Management New features! Continuous Integration Rolling and Scheduled Build Support Easier Automated Test Configuration Queued Builds Better Build Server Management Build Agents New Build Check-in Policy Drop Policies When drops should be automatically deleted. Build Workspace Scheduled / Triggered Builds Retention Policy Existing Features Application Designer System Designer Logical Infrastructure Designer Deployment Designer New Feature – Top-down Service Designer Design and whiteboard the overall solution without constraints, leaving implementation details until later Existing features Integrated and Rule-Driven Static Analysis Performance Tuning through Profiling Sampling or Instrumentation Call Tree Views Code Coverage Also available in Team Edition for Testers Security Analysis New features! Code Metrics Improved Profiling “Hot Pathing” to pinpoint problem WCF Support Load/Web Test Integration Baseline Support Better Profile Report Compression Customize Code Correctness Policies Class Coupling Depth of Inheritance Cyclomatic Complexity Lines of Code Determine source of performance regressions / improvements Existing features Code-level tests to validate methods Code coverage supported Bind to a data source Publish Test Results to TFS New features! Generate tests from a binary Support for generics Contextual execution Faster and more reliable Available in Visual Studio Professional Edition And more! Existing features Built for non-programmers Can convert to a coded Web test or use Plug-ins “HTTP” tests Send data over HTTP with HTTP headers Query String Form post parameters Validates and Extract server responses to queries Bind to a data source New features! AJAX support Data-driven Easy to use wizard Easily bind to XML and CSV files Deployment assistance Add a call to another Web Test Also extract steps Reusable elements Improved validation rules Correlation Tool Ability to maneuver individual requests in a test run in order to see results or debug tests. Re-use Login Component across tests Existing features Executes Unit Tests and Web Tests Simulates desired number of virtual users Ideal for performance and stress testing Collects performance metrics on client and server New features! New user modeling Test iteration count defined running time Paneled graphs with smart grouping and zoom Analysis report Export performance counter data to CSV and Microsoft Office Excel Manage results Delete old runs Export and import run data And more! Test Mix Model Quickly apply one of the various pre-defined models to your load test run based on number of tests and test mix, total time per test or user pace. And in load model Load Test Summary Report Exposes key information Multi-panel graph view Automatically graphs key indicators CIO (IT Management, Business Alignment, & IT Governance) Portfolio Business Requirements Req’s Development Lifecycle Quality Capacity Portfolio Dev Ops Test Operations Lifecycle Resources Schedules SLA’s KPI’s Common Schema around SML, Metrics, Workflow, Change Management, Processes, Policies, Issue Tracking, Resource Pools, Schedules, and Audits Application Lifecycle Project & Portfolio Operations Enterprise Architecture Compliance and Security PMO (Portfolio & Project Management) Major Pillars of Rosario Release Pillar 1: Application Quality & Testing “Build it right – make sure it works” Difficult for software teams to identify problems early in development, test effectively and fix issues on time In Rosario we enable software teams to: Build software right from the start using best practices Detect quality issues early in the cycle through automated issue detection Understand and quantify quality risk early by immediately surfacing problem areas Prioritize the right areas for testing and the best tests to test them Effectively test the entire product using a new comprehensive test product designed for testers Major Pillars of Rosario Release Pillar 2: Align Application Development with Business “Build the right thing” Difficult for executives and software teams to track progress and quality effectively; get line of sight on how projects or features relate to business objectives and requirements In Rosario we enable software teams to : Plan and prioritize effectively across a portfolio of projects, including project demand Plan and balance resources Track progress real-time and adjust projects effectively when business needs change Report on and trace all metrics (progress, quality, …) back to business goals and customer requirements/scenarios. • • • • • • • • • • • • • PMO integration and workflow (Project Server integration) Full traceability to business requirements Comprehensive reporting and dashboards Project management across multiple projects Impact analysis Streamlined developer and tester workflow to quickly identify, prioritize, diagnose and resolve bugs Integrated test case management across both the development and test teams Testing automation and guidance Lightweight Test Runner Quality metrics Quickly integrate distributed and disconnected teams New customizable process content from MS and partners …. and much more! Various sources of information for this material http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/teamsystem/bb676080.aspx (Locate session DEV335 ) http://blogs.msdn.com/bharry/archive/2007/08/08/final-tfs-2008-feature-list.aspx http://objectsharp.com/cs/blogs/deb/archive/2007/08/17/new-features-coming-in-orcasvs-team-system-2008.aspx http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/teamsystem/bb407307.aspx#Rosario http://blogs.msdn.com/buckh/archive/2007/07/26/visual-studio-2008-beta-2-is-nowavailable-and-includes-a-go-live-license.aspx http://blogs.msdn.com/buckh/archive/2007/08/14/tfs-2008-a-basic-guide-to-team-build2008.aspx http://blogs.msdn.com/fxcop/archive/2007/10/03/new-for-visual-studio-2008-codemetrics.aspx http://blogs.msdn.com/johan/archive/2007/06/13/test-projects-and-ajax.aspx And of course the videos at www.teamsystemrocks.com © 2007 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. 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