Introducing Visual Studio Online

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  • Time: 2 minutesFlow:We have had an end to end ALM solution for many years with Team Foundation Server on-premises which is built on a core set of capabilities to help development teams:Source controlAgile planning toolsTeam roomsTest case managementFeedback management andAutomated buildsLayered on top of that core ALM functionality, Team Foundation Server has the ability toManage, deploy to, and test on environments with Lab ManagementConfigure and manage releases with Release ManagerPerform on premises load testingIntegrate completely with SharePoint and customized SharePoint sitesIntegrate seamlessly with Project Server and System CenterWe are now introducing Visual Studio Online which builds on top of that core ALM functionality as well and provides additional capabilities and unique services like:Cloud Build ServiceCloud Load Testing ServiceApplication InsightsContinuous deployment to Microsoft AzureLightweight Code Editing ExperienceMicrosoft’s ALM toolset is flexible and allows you to adopt a mixture of on-premises or cloud-based services. You can even use TFS on-premises and use services on Visual Studio Online that make sense to your team like the Load Testing Service and Application Insights.Transition to next slide:We’ll explore these services and more in depth throughout the rest of this presentation.
  • Time: 7 minutesFlow:Setting up a Visual Studio Online account and a team projectTransition to next slide:
  • Time: 1-2 minutesFlow:With Visual Studio Online you’re going to get a comprehensive suite of services and features to support your app lifecycleVisual Studio Online is a cloud based solution. This means:With a cloud based solution you have no infrastructure overhead, which means more time and resources spent delighting your customersWith pay as you use services there’s no need for a big investment up front. The scalability of the cloud let’s you pay for only the services that you use.Visual Studio Online is available anywhere you can get an internet connection to anyone with a Microsoft account. No more complicated VPNs, dealing with firewalls, or limited collaboration with stakeholders outside your organization.With the new Connected IDE provides a seamless, integrated IDE experience no matter where you are.Transition to next slide:
  • Time: 20 minutesFlow:Connected ID ExperienceManaging the projectTracking progressWorking with codeTeam collaborationTransition to next slide:
  • Time: 1 minuteFlow:That was a quick look at some of the ALM features available with VSOnline.We did some iteration planning with the agile tools and customized the Kanban board.We created a Team Project with Git, committed and pushed some code, and associated that with a work itemFinally, we created a CI build and kicked it off without any on-premises build infrastructure.Transition to next slide:For those of you familiar with TFS, most of that probably looked familiar, but now…
  • Time: 30 secondsFlow:Let’s take a deeper look at some of the services offered with Visual Studio Online.Transition to next slide:
  • Time: 3 minutesFlow:Application Insights for Visual Studio Online provides a 360 degree view of your applications, empowering you to: Pro-actively monitor yourapplications and ensure they are available and performing as expected, and when they aren’t give you information that helps you to resolve them promptly. Give you information to continuously improve your applications and prioritize future investments. By collecting rich operational, performance, and customer usage information from your applications whether they run on-premises, in Azure, third-party cloud providers, or a mixture of all three.It begins by collecting telemetry data at the point of usage, everything from performance data to customizable event logs.The data is processed by our Application Insights serviceThe processed data is presented through the Visual Studio Online web portal; giving you a up to the minute 360 degree view of the health of your applicationThe same agents that collect data for Application Insights can even report information to System CenterMost importantly, Application Insights drives telemetry data collection into your lifecycle management solution.Transition to next slide:Soyou’re interested. Here’s how you get it
  • Time: 3 minutesFlow:There are three primary ways to get access to VS OnlineFirst and foremost, it’s basic access is available completely free for teams of up to five people.If you’re an existing MSDN subscriber, chances are you’ve already got access.And finally, we’re introducing some VSO specific SKUs, including the new Professional SKU which will not only give you access to VSO, but also the VS Pro IDE as well.These combination of plans makes VSO incredibly flexible, and allow you to mix and match your plans based on each team member’s needs.Transition to next slide:Azure is the billing platform for VS OnlineOur services are purchased via the Azure Management Portal (credit card or Azure commitment only)An Azure subscription is required to buy VS Online servicesFree use of VS Online does not require an Azure subscriptionAzure is the infrastructure running VS Online servicesBut no separate charges for storage, databases, VMs, etc. since VS Online is a finished service Management of VS Online is at VS.comAfter you buy a user plan in the Azure Management Portal, you go to visualstudio.com to assign the plan to a userBuying/managing will become more integrated over time
  • Time: Flow:VSO functionality is broken up into 3 levelsBasic capabilities, which are great for individuals or small teams. You’re going to get access to unlimited projects and repositories, the agile planning tools, end-to-end work item tracking and work item chart viewingThe advanced capabilities, targeted toward small teams, cross-platform developers who don’t necessarily need an MSDN subscription and project managers, is going to add on the ability to work with portfolios of work items, team rooms, work item chart authoring, and the Feedback clientAnd if you’ve got a MSDN Test Pro subscription or higher, your going to get complete access to Visual Studio Online, including web test case management.Transition to next slide:
  • Time: Flow:Cloud build, cloud load testing and application insights are going to be offered as on demand, pay as you use services on top of your access subscription.These services will be billed on a per Azure account basis, rather than per user. So one bill for your entire VSOnline instancePrices for app insights are still TBDTransition to next slide:
  • Introducing Visual Studio Online

    1. 1. Modern app development Continuous value delivery and rapid response to change
    2. 2. Industry trends
    3. 3. Visual Studio Update 1 Visual Studio Update 2 Visual Studio Update N Team Foundation Service Visual Studio continuous value delivery
    4. 4. Plan, build, deploy and manage applications using a comprehensive suite of services that is accessible to the entire team
    5. 5. ALM your way
    6. 6. BACKLOG REQUIREMENTS No infrastructure overhead | Pay as you use services | Available anywhere | Connected IDE Agile Portfolio Management Kanban customization Work item tagging Work item charts Team Rooms Code discussions Flexible version control Cloud load testing Web-based test management Continuous Deployment Automated builds and CI Application Insights Stakeholder feedback requests Browser-based lightweight IDE
    7. 7. Demo A lap around Visual Studio Online
    8. 8. BACKLOG REQUIREMENTS No infrastructure overhead | Pay as you use services | Available anywhere | Connected IDE Agile Portfolio Management Kanban customization Work item tagging Work item charts Team Rooms Code discussions Flexible version control Cloud load testing Web-based test management Continuous Deployment Automated builds and CI Application Insights Stakeholder feedback requests “Monaco”
    9. 9. BACKLOG REQUIREMENTS No infrastructure overhead | Pay as you use services | Available anywhere | Connected IDE Agile Portfolio Management Kanban customization Work item tagging Work item charts Team Rooms Code discussions Flexible version control Cloud load testing Web-based test management Continuous Deployment Automated builds and CI Application Insights Stakeholder feedback requests “Monaco”
    10. 10. 3) New cloud-only monthly user plans 2) Included for MSDN subscribers Increased value to existing and new MSDN subscribers User plans purchased via Microsoft Azure. 1) Completely free for small teams FREE: 5 users FREE: 60 minutes Cloud Build per month FREE: 5 users Additional users $20/month All users $45/month Max 10 per account with this plan Includes use of the VS Pro IDE All users $60/month
    11. 11.  Unlimited projects/repositories  Agile planning  Work item tracking  Code discussions  Work item chart viewing = Basic capabilities +  Agile Portfolio Management  Team Rooms  Work item chart authoring  Request & manage feedback = Advanced capabilities +  Web test case management
    12. 12. Cloud load testing FREE: 15,000 virtual user minutes per month $0.002 per virtual user minute thereafter Requires Visual Studio Ultimate 2013 Application Insights Pricing and offerings TBD Cloud build FREE: 60 minutes per month $0.05 per minute thereafter
    13. 13. Frequent significant updates Cast your votes for the next great feature http://visualstudio.uservoice.com/
    14. 14. And we’re just getting started…
    15. 15. Questions?

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