Microsoft Project 2010 delivers a range of solutions for individuals, teams and organizations to manage work through Project 2010 client & server investments. And while there are a lot of scenarios it addresses, I wanted to point out one scenario that has come up a lot in our conversations with our customers & partners: Application Lifecycle Management (ALM).
Today, developers and managers can take advantage of TFS and Project 2010 client for agile project management with support for out-of-the-box integration with TFS and Project 2010 client. And while feedback has been very positive, I’m excited about what we’re doing to deliver end-to-end ALM capabilities with soon-to-be released integration between TFS 2010 and Project Server 2010! You can learn a lot more about what we plan to deliver as well as pointers to more information from Brian Harry’s (engineer leader for ALM) blog @ http://blogs.msdn.com/b/bharry/archive/2010/07/06/tfs-2010-support-for-project-server.aspx. I also recommend following Christophe Fiessinger @ http://blogs.msdn.com/b/chrisfie who is a senior Technical Product Manager for Microsoft Project and is a respected speaker & blogger on Microsoft Project. In fact, in his blog, he points out some of the following resources:
- A recorded webcast is available free of charge in your favorite format here! TechNet Webcast: Project Server and Team Foundation Server 2010 Integration Technical Preview
- Metro nomination for TFS and PS integration is open until Friday September 3rd, so don’t forget to nominate yourself (nomination survey)
- Provide us Feedback – We want to hear from you! http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/tfsprojectsrvint