Visual Studio 11 to Offer DevOps Features

Visual Studio 11 to Offer DevOps Features

Microsoft has announced that on February 29 it will release a beta version of Visual Studio 11, the next update for its integrated developer environment (IDE). According to Microsoft’s Soma Somasegar, “If you are working in a team environment, [Visual Studio 11] will provide you with a set of tools to work in a highly productive and agile way.” The IDE will include a number of features designed to promote a DevOps approach, where development and operations personnel work together closely. For example, the IDE will include a bridge to System Center 2012, Microsoft’s Tool for Systems Administrators; it also includes the IntelliTrace live debugger.

Along with the beta for Visual Studio 11, Microsoft will also release a free Express edition of Team Foundation Server, Microsoft’s code management software.

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