Everything you want to know about Visual Studio ALM and Farming
Brian Harry is a Microsoft Technical Fellow working as the Product Unit Manager for Team Foundation Server. Learn more about Brian.
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We’ve been working with the Secure Development Lifecycle team and Microsoft for quite a while now and they’ve done some excellent work to educate customers on how to build secure applications. They’ve provided some great guidance and tools and made much of it available in a form that works well for Team System customers.
They’ve recently made a series of announcements about their latest round of investments. They’ve announced the availability of a Beta of a new SDL process template based on the TFS 2008 MSF Agile process template. This enables customers doing Agile development with TFS to also be able to take advantage of the great SDL practices and integrate it directly into the way they work today.
They also announced that they will be making a TFS 2010 version of the same template available shortly after TFS 2010 releases.
These templates go well beyond just a few new work item fields, reports, etc. They integrate security tools and processes directly into your workflow. For example: