In case you haven't heard Team Foundation Server is Microsoft's Application Lifecycle Management tool. From requirements gathering to deployment and everything in between. I'll show you a day in the life of a team using Team Foundation Server. We'll groom a backlog, change some code, build the code Deploy it to a test environment test it and deploy to production. It's a day in the life of a team using TFS.
In this session, Travis Wright, long time System Center expert and product manager, will explain how the concepts of Agile can be applied to IT projects paving the way for true alignment between development and operations organizations and achieving DevOps Nirvana. He will demonstrate how you can use today's tools like System Center and Team Foundation Services together to deliver projects faster, more reliably, and with more control.
James Whittaker is an energetic and passionate software executive with substantial engineering, research, writing and speaking credentials. His background spans government, academia, a successful start-up and leadership roles in top technology corporations. He's shipped major software titles at IBM, Microsoft and Google; he's published dozens of peer-reviewed research papers and authored 5 award-winning and best-selling technical books. He has won "best-of show" awards at conferences across the globe. James is well known for his visionary leadership and his passion for hard core engineering practices.
One of the first key use cases identified for Software Defined Networking (SDN) with Unified Communications has been with Diagnostics. Join us as we dive into the use of SDN to understand, troubleshoot and optimize the quality of your Lync deployment at the network level. Along with our partner Nectar, we'll have lots of demos around how the recently released Lync SDN API is used to provide greater insight into the Lync media flows across your network.