Do you want Team Foundation Server hosting? So did I, but when I looked around there was none to be found and at Readify we thought that it was such obvious service to provide to the .NET development community that we started taking steps to make it happen.
More than eight months later I am excited to announce publicly that on the 8th of August 2007 will officially launch its TFS hosting service to be known as TFS Now.
One of the things that excites me about TFS Now is that from a TFS users perspective it is actually the first commercial offering where I am not restricted to a certain set of license agreements and where I have access to the full capabilities of Team Foundation Server:
- Work Item Tracking
- Reporting Services
- Version Control
- Team Build Servers
We hope that those in the .NET community that haven’t been able to roll out TFS for various logistical reasons will look favorably upon this service. Over the coming days, weeks, months (years?) we will post this blog regularly about the directions that TFS Now is taking, but also about general happenings in the .NET developer and VSTS/TFS user communities.