Team Foundation Server

In the final part of this book we look a little more at TFS itself. To appreciate what options we have when it comes to deploying TFS in our organization we need to have an understanding of the architecture of TFS. Given that, we can carry on with planning the actual deployment. Do we upgrade from an earlier version? Do we complete a clean install? Do we need to distribute TFS among several servers to handle a large workload? These topics are covered here.

Chapter 32 looks at how reporting works in TFS. This is essential—especially if we need to perform customizations for our organizational needs.

The final two chapters ...

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