Team Foundation Server 2013 and Visual Studio Online bring a valuable set of new features and capabilities to agile teams. They provide a simple-to-use experience on top of a powerful, customizable platform. In this session we go deep into the agile planning tools and how to customize them to work the way your team does. We also touch on best practices that Microsoft has learned and applied from “dogfooding” these tools for their own use.
This session will focus on what the Microsoft modern principles are, and the steps needed to evolve a common on-premise system architecture to something that is more modern. We will discuss the tenants of modern architecture and why they are important. The speaker will also walk through changes that can be made to update a sample application to a more modern style. Cost factors will be discussed, including the manual work needed, testing, and risks of change.
Microsoft’s Enterprise Mobility Suite has taken the industry by storm and with the introduction of the latest and greatest version of Windows, there are a number of new built in features that allow the enterprise to enable the rising trend of CYOD and BYOD. This session will demonstrate and explain these features.
It's not as hard as you might think to tackle the clean-up of an environment that has passed through many hands and ended up a little neglected. In this session we will discuss why this is a good undertaking and share some tools you can use to audit, document, and standardise your windows environment.