Hello Community!

Today, for this week's TNWiki Article Spotlight, I give you articles about DevOps!

If you didn't know, DevOps is a software development method that stresses communication, collaboration, and integration between software developers and IT Operations teams. Simply put DevOps tries to create a synthesis of Developers and Operations (hence the name) in the same team with the same goal.

Microsoft took this view, and they rejoined their solutions... System Center and Visual Studio ALM to work together with their tools.

Articles:

Team Foundation Server 2012 RC – Install & Configure
Author: Kishore Gaddam

Resume: Step-by-Step to install Team Foundation Server

Integrating Operations Manager with Development Processes
Author: Byron Ricks

Resume: Article explaining how to integrate Team Foundation Server and System Center Operation Manager.

Visual Studio Authoring Extensions for System Center 2012 - Operations Manager
Author: Brian Wren

Resume: Article explaining how to create management packs for operation manager using Visual Studio.

TFS 2010 Build-Deploy-Test
Author: AnujChaudhary

Resume: Article with useful information and links on how to configure Team Foundation Server (TFS) and System Center Virtual Machine Manager (SCVMM).

ALM - Integration Team Foundation Server (TFS) and Project Server
Author: Alan do Nascimento Carlos

Resume: Step-by-step instructions showing how to integrate Team Foundation Server and Project Server (EPM).

Visual Studio IntelliTrace
Author: Jaliya Udagedara

Resume: Article explaining how to use the Intellitrace.

ALM - DevOps - System Center Global Service Monitor – Overview
Author: Alan do Nascimento Carlos

Resume: Overview of monitoring cloud service from Microsoft System Center.

ALM - DevOps - Dashboard of your Microsoft Test Lab Manager
Author: Alan do Nascimento Carlos

Resume: Article explaining how to configure a dashboard for managing your Test Lab.

 

 

There is much more material available on Technet Wiki that the DevOps community is sharing. I hope to be able to talk a bit more about this topic soon, about uniting IT OPS and DEV teams!

See you soon! 


Alan Carlos - Brazilian Wiki Ninja