Manual Testing using TFS Introduction:
Team Foundation Server is a Microsoft product that provides source code management, requirements management, project management, reporting, lab management, automated builds, testing & release management capabilities. It covers the entire application lifecycle & enables DevOps capabilities. TFS can be used as a back-end to numerous integrated development environments but is tailored for Microsoft Visual Studio & Eclipse on all platforms.
Overview Of Manual Testing using TFS Job Support:
Team Foundation Server delivers source control, Team Foundation Build, a team project portal Web site, reporting, work item tracking & project management capabilities. Team Foundation Server also includes a data warehouse where data from work item tracking, source control, builds & testing tools like manual testing are stored. Other Microsoft Visual Studio Team System servers include build servers & test servers. Depending on your business needs, you might choose to deploy some or all of these servers. You should carefully evaluate the features and also the hardware & software requirements of Microsoft Visual Studio Team System servers as part of your planning for Microsoft Visual Studio Team System.
Microsoft TFS offers organizations test management software, which integrates with a Visual Studio to help improve communication when putting together software.
Microsoft’s Team Foundation Server is a suite of development, test & collaboration tools that provides a full application lifecycle management solution. Microsoft TFS helps organizations communicate & collaborate more effectively throughout the process of designing, testing, building & deploying software.
This suite of tools includes requirements & project management, lab management, testing, automated builds, source code management & release management capabilities. Microsoft TFS integrates with Visual Studio to provide support for test planning, exploratory, manual & user acceptance testing, and also performance & load testing. Functional automation is provided through integration with Selenium.
Collaboration features from TFS offer lots of value in Agile & DevOps environments. Team Rooms allow groups to easily set up threaded discussions for developers, testers & other team members & the ability to send out announcements.
Microsoft TFS offers functional components including version control, tools for Agile teams & continuous integration delivery tools. Version control is centralized & allows for collaboration with pull requests & code reviews and defining & managing permissions. TFS supports Agile methodologies with the ability to capture, prioritize & track backlogs as well as customizable Kanban boards and dashboards for easy reporting. CI builds are compiled & tested automatically while continuous delivery deploys code that passes testing.