Previously at SSW, we had TFS on-premise and TFS in the cloud and we let the devs choose. Eventually they always chose the cloud so we migrated everything.
7 months ago in October 2014, Scott Guthrie announced the long-awaited availability of Microsoft Azure cloud services in Australia. Currently there are two data centers, Sydney and Melbourne. Today, 11th May 2015, sees Visual Studio Online (also known by my clients as VS Online or VSO or TFS Azure) come to our Australian Azure data centers. This is great […]
Update: Lei Xu has also posted this in Chinese. Let’s continue the story of a hair raising project. Nothing is small in China! Read Part I here. We’ve looked at the people factors, and now let’s look at the technical part. Lesson 3: Tune your SQL indexes – back to basics TIP: Read SSW Rules […]
Update: Lei Xu has also posted this in Chinese. Recently Lei Xu and I completed a hair-raising TFS 2012 project. We hit some snags trying to optimize Work Items with 20,000,000 records. Let me tell you the story… It was completed shortly after arriving home from the MVP Summit in Redmond. It was lucky we were […]