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We use Microsoft Team Foundation Server as part of our development framework. Most of our development technology is from Microsoft and our primary language is C#, although we do have a number of Java programmers as well. We primarily use TFS for managing our resources and scheduling. We can also use it to check to see whether tasks have been completed by the team, or not.
We use this solution for test management, bug management, and product backlog items grooming.
We use this solution for corporate internal SW development of small business applications manly in .NET. I am the administrator and configurator of TFS Servers and other DevOps related tools (Jenkins, Ansible, Nexus, SonarQube). I create the projects and configure the full life-cycle, with a deployment model mainly on-premises for now.
The primary use case of this solution is version control. We use it for ticketing protecting particular items, we use the dashboard, and we use the Kanban board where you can put work items. The deployment model that we are using is on-premises.
It's an integrated system that includes all the information that we need to deliver our products smoothly and to track the progress of each piece of code.
We have used TFS as part of our SAFe Agile Implementation. Major uses of it were: * Project management * Backlog management * Issue tracking * Source code management.
Most of our development is .NET based, integrating with GitHub and the code. It has been performing well. This is why we have been using TFS.
The use case is as our repository for UPS Enterprise and the performance is pretty good.