Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 ALM tools and Microsoft Project Server 2010
We would like to invite you to attend any of our upcoming live workshops in September! These web workshops will provide you with in-depth exposure into the different Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 ALM Tools with separate webcasts covering the capabilities of Microsoft Project Server 2010.
- Using Lab Management in your Application Lifecycle
- Load Testing in your Application Lifecycle
- Solving the Agile/PMO Dilemma
- Overview of Portfolio Management Using Project Server 2010
Using Lab Management in your Application Lifecycle
Setting up, configuring and troubleshooting test environments can be time consuming and frustrating. With Visual Studio 2010’s ALM tools, you can minimize maintenance time and maximize flexibility. In this session, we’ll demonstrate how the Lab Management features can be used to create and manage virtual test environments as well as automatically deploy and test in those environments. Come join us for this free Live Workshop!
Load Testing in your Application Lifecycle
Verifying that a system works with a single user does not mean it will work in real-life scenarios. Load testing allow you to simulate real-world scenarios to verify your system will function and perform after real users start using it. This session will demonstrate how Microsoft’s Visual Studio 2010 can be used to perform both stress and load tests against a variety of technologies. Come join us for this free Live Workshop!
Solving the Agile/PMO Dilemma
Integration of Agile practices with EPM helps to improve visibility across the entire application development lifecycle, empowering project managers and developers to follow their own methodologies yet be connected seamlessly with each other. In this session, we provide an overview of Microsoft Team Foundation Server 2010 and Project Server 2010 Integration Feature Pack. This integration lets Project managers track high-level requirements, while team leaders manage the details; enables Project managers to work in Project Server, which supports their workflow, while team leaders work in TFS, which supports theirs.
- September 8, 2011 – 2:00-3:00pm CT Register
Overview of Portfolio Management Using Project Server 2010
Microsoft Project Server 2010 allows businesses to prioritize and select a project portfolio that aligns with an organization’s strategic objectives. The seamless unification of portfolio features and Project Server makes end-to-end project and portfolio management straightforward for adoption. Join us to learn how Project Server 2010 allow you to prioritize business objectives, capture demand for new projects, optimize and select the best project portfolio, and monitor ongoing portfolio status. Business objectives can be set at both the corporate and department level allowing for corporate portfolio views as well as department analysis. Rich reporting capabilities allow you to create your own reports to analyze the health of ongoing and potential projects. There will be time for Q&A at the end of the presentation.
September 8, 2011 – 3:30-4:30pm CT Register