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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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In TFS 2010, we did a bunch of work in the product to make it more "hostable" - meaning flexible, manageable, scalable, etc. In the months after the release of TFS 2010, we also worked on some new licensing plans to help make hosted TFS more affordable. Finally we are starting to see some of the fruits of that labor coming to light. The first of several hosting partners have announced new hosted TFS offerings at new, much lower, price points.
Saas Made Easy has refreshed their line of hosted TFS offerings and added a new entry level offering that roughly equates to the "TFS Basic" level of functionality at $15 per user, per month. You can learn more about their offering here:
I hope that, over the next couple of months, I'll be able to announce a few more partners bringing offerings to market.