Chapter 9. Configuring and extending TFS

This chapter covers

  • Organizing team projects
  • Performance and high availability considerations
  • Creating custom controls
  • Creating key performance indicators

In this chapter, we look at a few issues that come up in real life. I assume that you have a general idea of TFS and an understanding of the TFS object model, and know how to install and administer the product. The topics discussed in this chapter provide concrete illustrations and insights regarding how you can extend TFS to suit your own requirements.

In previous chapters, we’ve discussed database management, version control, and build features, both for TFS 2005 and TFS 2008. In this chapter we discuss how to set up team projects, ensure scalability ...

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