Microsoft is buying Teamprise which should allow developers using Eclipse to manage app development with the MS Team Foundation Server. Microsoft no longer seems totally intent on freezing Eclipse out of its team tool mix. This moves comes as the company drops the moniker "Visual Studio Team System." It may yet respond to industry calls to turn its Visual Studio Team Foundation Server into a common application lifecycle management (ALM) tool for both Java and .Net applications. Many organizations face the challenge of managing two different platforms for the two platforms, and Microsoft believes this move could turn TFS into the de facto management platform. Then again, it faces an uphill battle against open source tools that have improved in the last five years. Teamprise features will be incorporated into VS in March 2010. http://bit.ly/3UDj0C
- Posted by: Jack Vaughan
- Posted on: November 17 2009 10:08 EST
It's indeed a fact that open source tools have improved over last couple of years ,making updations difficult with the older platforms. But some latest search platforms actually take care of this problem. Search platforms like solr despite using advanced search tools provides the flexiblity & ease of deployment. I read it's complete referral guide for concept details at http://www.lucidimagination.com/Downloads/LucidWorks-for-Solr/Reference-Guide <!--Session data-->
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