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Last week I was tasked with setting up Integration between Team Foundation Server 2012 and Project Server 2010. Being new to project server I started searching around for guidance online, I came across the book ‘Instant Team Foundation Server 2012 and Project Server 2010 Integration How-to’ by Gary P. Gauvin. The book has 60 pages of guidance you can instantly apply to plan, set up, and configure Team Foundation Server Extensions for Project Server. Step-by-step instructions are also provided with enough detail to get you started without burdening you with a ton of background information. It doesn’t just end there, the book also talks about best practices for managing the integration once its set up.

Though MSDN has useful guidance on project server integration, but the book summarises the License & CAL specifications, Authentication Modes, Permission Management and management SQL scripts all in one place apart from the installation and set up steps making it easy for you to get to when required. I would strongly recommend this book to anyone looking for guidance on setting up and managing Team Foundation 2012 integration with Project Server 2010 without getting overloaded with too much information. In case you are interested, ‘Instant Team Foundation Server 2012 and Project Server 2010 Integration How-to’ is a good value for money, available on PACKT and Amazon for purchase.

Happy Reading :-]

Cheers,

Tarun

 

Posted on Saturday, April 13, 2013 1:15 PM TFS2012 , Review | Back to top


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