TFS Benefits

Derek Deida Evermore
AVP, DevOps Manager at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
TFS sits at the core of our entire software delivery strategy. Implemented and used properly, it provides a centralized place to store all source code and build information for the entire organization. We always know which version of the code is deployed to which environment and are always in a position to support the production code line. Custom automation surrounding TFS (via the API) has increased the number of code deployments we are able to perform 1000-fold in the past 5 years. View full review »
QaIv5145
QA IV with 501-1,000 employees
This really helps in planning our Regression and Functional tests as we create plan and test cases in it. It is easy for higher officials to get an overview of the testing part. Once the team is familiar with it, it’s really easy to work with. View full review »
Automatibe4a
Automation Specialist Team Lead at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
Any improvements would have come on the development side as the organization already had a more mature test management application. View full review »
SeniorSyb114
Senior System Engineer at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees
The TFS is not just a source code repository, but a real and complete ALM solution. Among other things, we use it as a ticketing tool. It is a building mechanism, which is really polished and easy to use. View full review »
TfsAdminb8f4
TFS Admin, Configuration Manager at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
It has improved a lot over the years with newer versions, Build is one such area which has been significantly simplified, making it very easy for the users to use than the previous XAML and pre TFS 2010 build infrastructure. Also, the introduction of Release Management has made TFS a complete ALM tool. View full review »
WaelAbdullah
Senior Technical Lead
We implemented the scrum process in our company, and we used TFS as the main tool to manage that process. We upgraded to TFS 2017, which has a lot of features for SCRUM process that can be managed from a web browser. View full review »
it_user371505
QA Manager, Automation Testing Architect at a recruiting/HR firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
The solution gives us support for Agile processes, including usage of board and burndown charts. It provides us with an estimation process to move to formal and test coverage for more visibility and accountability. View full review »
it_user231201
Software Development Manager at a financial services firm with 501-1,000 employees
It helps us to manage our Scrum process, as well as continuous integration, but not much more than the previous product we used (JIRA). View full review »
Pothuraju Katta
SVP Development Manager at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
Allowed project teams to communicate, collaborate and track tasks, stories, test cases, issues, and defects at a single location (using one tool). View full review »
H.T.Nguyen
Development Manager at a financial services firm with 51-200 employees
This product has allowed us to continually maintain our code repository. View full review »
Chaminda Chandrasekara
Software Architect with 501-1,000 employees
Test automation capabilities enhanced the testing processes in the software delivery, which allowed us to create more quality software in a shorter time. The capability to deliver rapidly with ever changing technology demands could be easily supported with the work process enhancements we have done based on TFS's capabilities. View full review »
TadashiTakahase
Senior Developer
Another very good feature of TFS is the build server. With it, I can quickly and easily generate binaries for testing and production environments. View full review »
Ramesh Karanam
Microsoft and Dev-ops Architect at Mphasis
* We have set up a centralized TFS server. * All the delivery projects are clients for this TFS. * They are using it for code repository, ALMs, and for DevOps implementation. View full review »
Ramesh Karanam
Microsoft and Dev-ops Architect at Mphasis
We have set up a centralized TFS server. All delivery projects are clients for this TFS. They are using it for code-repository, ALM, and for DevOps implementation. View full review »
Namitha BM
Sr. Quality Engineering Manager with 51-200 employees
It brings in collaboration between our teams. View full review »
Valentino Lopez
IT
* Cross platform support is great. * Developing build definitions from within a web browser is fantastic. * Installing build agents from a command line makes maintenance easier to manage. View full review »
SrPg82st
Senior programming analyst at a logistics company with 10,001+ employees
It is a big improvement because before we were using PBCS. View full review »
Abhishek Ransingh
Senior Microservice/Cloud Engineer at a retailer with 10,001+ employees
As I mentioned, it supports multiple code repositories. You can also build CI/CDs out of it. You can instruct TFS to build your .jar, .war, and .ear files and deploy them to to certain environments based on your configuration. So you don’t have explicitly maintain another code repository and CI/CD tools for your continuous integration/build purpose. This also automatically reduces DevOp burden and the number of people maintaining that DevOp work. View full review »
Hemkumar Thiruvarangam
Technology Expert at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
We have streamlined the Scrum process with TFS and the product maturity has increased a lot. The agility features which will help us to understand the project maturity and help us to grow with incremental model for every sprint. View full review »
Principac67c
Principal Consultant at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
It has sped up the build and deployment process. We can now deploy the same application version to each environment in a repeatable and automated fashion. View full review »
Stephen Olner
Server Administrator at a energy/utilities company with 10,001+ employees
TFS increased productivity and reduced our times to market by 60%. View full review »
QaAutoma6bc2
QA Automation Engineer
It helps with the structure of the tickets. It can be modified and configured for different flows. View full review »
RaviKumar3
IT Manager 2, Data Mgmt Tools at a tech company with 10,001+ employees
* Agile project management * Enterprise level development * Testing of large enterprise applications View full review »
it_user542019
Software Test Consultant / Automation Test Architect at a tech services company
It has made the management of test artifacts more effective, thus leading to the improvement in the quality of our products from a testing/quality perspective. View full review »
Arthur Alonso
DevOps Manager with 5,001-10,000 employees
Our organization used to use Excel sheets to control the projects. We didn't have any indicator, workflows or rastreability. View full review »
Archana Agarwal
Sr Project Manager at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We are able to manage the work more effectively. Everyone has a current status at any given point of time. View full review »
Gireesh Subramonian
Assistant Manager Business Analyst at Ernst & Young
TFS was the first system of its type to be implemented in the organization, which helped in managing requirements and multiple teams effectively under a SAFe Agile environment. View full review »

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