• Online, Self-Paced
Course Description

Microsoft Team Foundation Server is an enterprise system that covers all aspects of Application Lifecycle Management. Its primarily used for source code management but can also be used for project management, requirements management, lab management, testing, reporting, automated builds, and release management needs. This course guides students through connecting clients, and managing workspaces in Microsoft Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2013. It also covers how to configure and manage version control in an enterprise software development environment.

Learning Objectives

Team Foundation Server Client Connectivity

  • start the course
  • connect Microsoft Team Foundation Server 2013 to Visual Studio
  • connect Microsoft Team Foundation Server 2013 to Team Explorer Everywhere
  • install and Configure Team Explorer
  • connect Microsoft Team Foundation Server 2013 to Team Explorer
  • connect Microsoft Team Foundation Server 2013 to Excel
  • connect Microsoft Team Foundation Server 2013 to Project
  • configure Microsoft Team Foundation Server 2013 clients for a proxy server

 

Create and Manage Workspaces

  • modify and delete a Microsoft Team Foundation Server 2013 workspace
  • cloak or specify workspace visibility in Microsoft Team Foundation Server 2013
  • undo delete, and unlock checkouts, pending changes, and code in Microsoft Team Foundation Server 2013
  • delete a Microsoft Team Foundation Server 2013 shelveset

 

Configure Version Control Proxy

  • set up the cache hit ratio and size in Microsoft Team Foundation Server 2013

 

Configure Team Project Version Control Settings

  • enable multiple checkout, get latest on checkout, and work with team project check-in policies in Microsoft Team Foundation Server 2013

 

Configure for Backup and Recovery

  • implement a Microsoft Team Foundation Server 2013 disaster recovery plan
  • back up a Microsoft Team Foundation Server 2013 implementation
  • recover a Microsoft Team Foundation Server 2013 implementation
  • recover a failed application tier in Microsoft Team Foundation Server 2013
  • recover a failed database tier in Microsoft Team Foundation Server 2013

 

Operate Lab Management

  • operate and modify lab environments in Microsoft Team Foundation Server 2013
  • repair lab environments in Microsoft Team Foundation Server 2013
  • use snapshots in Microsoft Team Foundation Server 2013
  • store System Center Virtual Machine Manager environments in Microsoft Team Foundation Server 2013

 

Practice: Clients, Workspaces, and Version Control

  • manage workspaces and version control in a Microsoft Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2013 software development environment

 

Framework Connections

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