Team Foundation Server Proxy blog


Before I joined Microsoft I hadn’t had any exposure to Team Foundation Server Proxy. As you know from Brian’s blog post on the internal dogfood TFS deployment here there are a number of proxy servers deployed – India, Singapore, Europe, North Carolina. There are also a number of proxies deployed in Redmond to ease the load off the main server from builds. I’m quickly getting up to speed on what impact a proxy has and how it works.

Tsu-Wang Yang is an SDET (Software Design Engineer in Test) on the Team Foundation Server team who has recently started blogging on TFS Proxy. His first two posts are a great insight into how the proxy server works and a possible configuration option:

Update with two more useful posts:

Keep them coming!

Comments (2)
  1. Grant Holliday, an MVP from Australia, recently joined Microsoft’s VSTS team and has moved to Redmond.

  2. annie says:

    I have installed a machine as TFS proxy server,but I dnt know beyond that how should I get it to work.I have added the TFS server in the proxy.config file,but when I chk for statistics on caching,it shows 0 on all counters.If I connect thi machine to the DMZ for VPN access by remote users,how will this machine connect to TFS server?

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