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Stefan Mieth
ist Senior Consultant und Projektleiter bei der AIT und unterstützt Unternehmen bei der Einführung und Optimierung des Visual Studio Team Foundation Server. Er hat sich unter anderem der Definition und Verbesserung von ALM Prozessen verschrieben und hilft Unternehmen bei der Etablierung agiler Software Entwicklungs-Methoden und dem lösungsorientierten Anpassen der Werkzeugkette. +Stefan Mieth

Stefan Mieth

Introduction to Database Lifecycle Management and why it is important for ALM

Freitag, 13. Februar 2015

Today we are proud to have an interview between Stephanie Herr from Redgate and Stefan Mieth from AIT to talk about Database Lifecycle Management (DLM) and Application Lifecycle Management (ALM). While Microsoft gives us the SQL Server Data Tools (SSDT) as a good tooling for developing databases and the ability to store them into Team Foundation Server Version Control, it is only a entry point into the whole DLM process. Even though we already have successfully finished several database projects using this toolset and because we are always looking for better and more efficient tools, this is sometimes just not enough…

 

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Boris Wehrle
Boris Wehrle ist Senior Software Consultant und zertifizierter Projektleiter bei der AIT.

Boris Wehrle

Overview of implemented requirements across branches

Dienstag, 09. September 2014

TFS functions enhanced and simplified using the TFS ASAP

One of the main advantage of the TFS is the ability to link multiple artifacts which are related to a project. Source code changes, builds and requirements are joined together to a whole. The main benefit of such a deeply integrated environment is transparency.

That makes it easy to find out which requirements or features have already been become part of a build. Only a small work item query is necessary to achieve that.

Collecting the information in order to write a release summary is done within seconds.

There are of course some prerequisites. The requirements have to be planned and split into smaller tasks. The tasks have to be linked when source code changes were checked in and a build process has to be defined.

If you are working with branches (which is highly recommended) you need a bit of discipline and concentration in addition. If you prefer to have it easy and secure also in this scenario it is time to have a deeper look onto TFS Automated Servicing & Administration Platform.

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