How do we use RM for our test runs

Authored by Gaurav Sisodia from EPS team and Aseem Bansal from RM team. In this post, we will talk about how VSTS organization (Brian Harry’s team) is using VSTS for continuous integration and testing the product. We will also talk about how we have transformed engineering systems from internal home grown tool, that we used... Read More

9 Comments

Accelerated Continuous Testing with Test Impact Analysis – Part 4

Essential to TIA’s test selection is the map of dynamic dependencies between test methods and source files of code exercised during their execution. TIA needs dependencies mapped in this form: TestMethod1 dependency1 dependency2 TestMethod2 dependency1 dependency3 TIA can generate such a dependencies-map for managed code execution. Where such dependencies reside in .cs and .vb files,... Read More

5 Comments

Human readable tests and build chaining in July’s VSTS extension round-up

Our community of publishers continues to grow and the contributions they’re making are great. This month I’ve got an extension for chaining build definitions together, and another that was written because people were searching for it in the Marketplace. SpecFlow+LivingDoc See it in the Marketplace here: https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/items?itemName=techtalk.techtalk-specflow-plus Living documentation is the term used to describe system... Read More

7 Comments

Building and Deploying a Java Application to Oracle WebLogic Server Running in Azure VM with Microsoft Visual Studio Team Services

If you are interested in Microsoft Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) platform and Java development, maybe you know that VSTS has everything you need to organize CI/CD pipeline for your Java application development. Visual Studio ALM Blog has a lot of useful and helpful resources describing how to build and deploy your Java application and... Read More

1 Comment

Turn your infrastructure into code with Chef, and update your Assembly information with May’s Team Services Extensions Roundup

May is coming to a close, and we’ve had more Team Services accounts installing extensions than any month since we launched the Marketplace. The ecosystem momentum we’ve seen this year is strong, and there are still so many exciting integration opportunities out there to go enable. For this roundup I’ve got two great extensions, and... Read More

2 Comments

New Release Definition Editor in Team Services

Have you ever struggled to create a mental model of how the deployments to your environments would progress? We are introducing the pipeline view for your release definitions that will show how your deployments flow. Approvals, environment and deployment settings are now in-context and easily configurable. The new release definition editor is currently in early adopter... Read More

3 Comments

Visual Studio Team Services demonstrates how Microsoft Loves Java

To demonstrate our continued commitment to support Java developers and their full lifecycle DevOps needs with Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) and Team Foundation Server (TFS), I want to share some of our recent and exciting Java-related feature announcements. Our teams are working with large and small Java teams every day to better understand their... Read More

0 Comments