Implementing Microsoft Team Foundation Server
(NFTFS, Live Instructor-Led Training, 4 days)


Description

Team Foundation Server is a fully integrated management tool for application development. Microsoft Team Foundation Server allows code development organizations to store their code in a version control database while managing every aspect of their application development projects from requirements to bug tracking to wotk item tracking to reporting. In its full expression, Microsoft Team Foundation Server provides full support for iterative software development activities. This SETC certified course provides participants with a comprehensive overview of the Team Foundation Server environment including creating projects, managing code as well as planning and implementing daily builds. The course also covers SharePoint and SQL Server Reporting Services integration. Project Server integration can also be added as per participant requirements.

Dates and Pricing


Jan 9 to Jan 12, 2018$2,500/person Feb 6 to Feb 9, 2018$2,500/person Mar 6 to Mar 9, 2018$2,500/person

Outline

Best Practices of Software Engineering
What is a Good System?
Characteristics of Good Software Solutions
Iterative Development
Requirements Management
Ongoing Verification of Software Quality
Use of Component-Based Architectures
Control of Software Changes
Symptoms and Causes of Problems
Installation and Configuration
Requirements
The Installation Process in a Nutshell
Install Windows Server
Configure Windows Server IIS Services
Install the Microsoft .NET Framework
Enable ASP.NET
Create user or domain accounts
Install/Configure SQL Server
Confirm SQL Server Services
Install Team Foundation Server
Install Team Build on the TFS Server
Client Configuration
VSTS Team Foundation Server
Visual Studio Team System Overview
Team Foundation Server Overview
TFS Physical Structure
TFS Security Architecture
Advanced Security and Customization
Team Foundation Server Security Concepts
Team Foundation Security for Users and Groups
Viewing TFS User/Group Permissions
Changing TFS User/Group Permissions
Managing Teams through TFS Customization
Using Team Foundation Server with SSL
Exploring Requirements
Systems Analysis
Design Perspectives
Functional and Non-Functional Requirements
Use Cases and the Analysis Process
Use Cases in the Software Development Process
Use Cases and Requirements
Iterative and Agile Software Development
Overview
The Unified Process
Agile Software Development
Setting Up the TFS Environment
Hardware and Software Planning
TFS and Visual Studio Licensing
SQL Server 2016 with Reporting Services
Windows Server TFS Accounts
TFS Installation Overview
TFS Database Backup/Recovery Planning
Team Foundation Server and SharePoint
Overview
Team Project Document Management
Process Overview
Overview
Creating Team Projects
Version Control
Work Items
Work Item Tracking
Build Management
Testing
Project Management
Project Reporting and Metrics
Team Projects
Team Projects
Team Project Artefacts
Team Foundation Server Security Accounts
Creating a New Team Project using a Process
Deleting Team Projects
Creating a Team Project-Specific Group
Granting Access to Team Project Services
Planning and Deploying Team Structure/Process
Strategies for Employing Team Projects
Providing Substructure within a Team Project
Team Projects and Solution/Process Frameworks
Team Projects Physical Definition
Agile Development and CMMI Process Improvement Templates
Team Project Work Items/Work Item Types
Customizing Process Templates
TFS Template Customisation and Tools
Source Code Control
Team Foundation Server vs. Visual SourceSafe
Structuring Team Projects for Version Control
Deciding What to Put into Version Control
Establishing the Initial Baseline for Your Project
Team Foundation Version Control
Managing Change and Sharing Information
Creating a Code Branch
Policing/Protecting Projects
Using Team Foundation Build
Software Construction and Building Overview
Making a Build Validation Test
Setting Team Build Permissions
Creating Team Build Definitions
Queuing and Running a Build Definition
Scheduling a Command-Line Daily Build
Integration Build
Deleting Build Products
Data Reporting
Team Foundation Server Reporting
Work Item Tracking
Using Team Project Data Reports
Viewing Built-In Team Project Reports
Microsoft Excel Data Reporting/Integration
Accessing Data in the TFS Relational Database
Advanced Security and Customization
Team Foundation Server Security Concepts
Team Foundation Security for Users and Groups
Viewing TFS User/Group Permissions
Changing TFS User/Group Permissions
Managing Teams through TFS Customization
Using Team Foundation Server with SSL
Case Study
Existing VB.NET Solution Overview
Creating a Team Project and Adding the Solution
Adding Work Items and Supporting Documents
Check-In and Check-In Policy Development
Code Updates: Versioning/Branching/Merging