MSDN TechTalk: Integration of Project Server 2010 and Team Foundation Server 2010

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Integration between Project Server and Team Foundation Server is a considerable advancement for organizations that want to bridge the collaboration gap between the Project Management Office and software development teams. It enables teams to work together more effectively by:
 
  • Providing up to date insight into portfolio execution, alignment with strategic objectives, and resource utilization of software development projects by leveraging the quantitative data stored in different systems.
  • Automating the exchange and sharing of project information across teams and improving coordination between teams using disparate methodologies, like waterfall and agile, via common data and agreed upon metrics.
  • Enabling development and project management teams to use familiar tools to collaborate and communicate project timeline and progress such as Microsoft Visual Studio, Project, and SharePoint
 
This event is an introduction into Team Foundation Server 2010 and Project Server 2010 and their integration capabilities. Together with our partners Campana & Schott and Neos-SDI, we will show you in detail how this powerful combination can facilitate both agile and formal project management. On the basis of real-life scenarios and live demos, you will learn how to more efficiently make status information available within teams, how to make project life cycles more comprehensible for all parties involved, and how to better connect the entire organization to software development and project management - to finally achieve significant productivity gains.
 
0:00 - 0:16 Team Foundation Server 2010 in a nutshell - Hansjörg Scherer, Microsoft
 
0:16 - 0:30 Microsoft Project Server 2010 in a nutschell - Burger Swart, Microsoft
 
0:30 - 1:24 Project Server in application development - Adrian Adam
 
1:24 - 2:17 TFS2010 and Project Server 2010 collaboration - Sylvain Gross


 

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