CloudShare TeamLabs allows you to easily and seamlessly extend your development and QA labs to the Cloud, providing you with the labs you need, when you need, with the click of a mouse. Now, you can easily deploy your products on your CloudShare environments automatically using Microsoft Team Foundations Server (TFS – Microsoft’s ALM platform).
This week we’re going back into the blog vault to share the most popular CloudShare Community blog posts from last year. We hope you find this trip down memory lane useful (Especially all the SharePointers out there)!
- Step-by-Step Guide to Installing SharePoint with SQL 2012 PowerPivot, PowerView, and Reporting Services
The installation of this server is not a traditional SharePoint Server installation. It can be a bit complicated and quite confusing. I have decided to make your life a bit easier by writing this post with a step-by-step guide to installing SharePoint Server 2010 With SQL 2012 PowerPivot, PowerView and Reporting Services.
At CloudShare we are all about increasing developer efficiency and making application lifecycle processes transparent. What better way is there to do this than bringing the latest release of Microsoft’s Visual Studio to CloudShare. We are thrilled to announce new templates featuring the latest and greatest Visual Studio 2012 on CloudShare ProPlus, bringing the concept of “Cloud Coding” to life. Read the rest of this entry »
Microsoft released Visual Studio 11 Beta on February 29, 2012. As one of the first partners, CloudShare offers full support for Visual Studio 11 in a dev/test environment for the greatest in development agility in the cloud. Read the rest of this entry »
Last week, Microsoft announced the arrive of the new Windows Azure. One of the new services with Azure is Team Foundation Service preview (TFS Service Preview). This is a real TFS service running on top of Windows Azure ready to be used for team development with any kind of technology. In this article I will show you how easy it is to begin SharePoint team development using TFS Service Preview from your CloudShare development environment: Read the rest of this entry »
On this Father’s Day and release day, I’m happy to bring you Windows Server 2012 RC0 ( or if you prefer, Windows Server 8 ), a new multi-server farm permalink, and some new, bare SharePoint templates.
Team Foundation Server 2010 is a product that manages the software development process throughout the IT lifecycle. You can use TFS server to manage your source control, tasks, bugs, storage of build, and test results. Today, I am going to show you how to integrate Team Foundation Server with SharePoint. Read the rest of this entry »
I was deploying a new Visual Studio Team Foundation Server in an existing server farm that has SQL 2008 R2 and SharePoint 2010 Servers. One of the software prerequisites of Visual Studio TFS is the SQL Server 2008 Full-Text Search feature. Read the rest of this entry »
In September 2011, the Team Foundation Service Preview (TFS-P) became available on an invitation-only basis. In a nutshell, it’s the beta version of Team Foundation Server (TFS) 11, but hosted in Azure (Microsoft’s cloud-based storage, computing and networking infrastructure services). While popularity for TFS has grown over the years as an on-premise server technology, the idea of a hosted version of TFS has taken a little longer to materialize. Read the rest of this entry »