Microsoft .NET Integration Pack Released by VaraLogix

This week a new Microsoft .NET Integration Pack was released by VaraLogix, a company that specializes in web application deployment solutions. The .NET Integration Pack includes Application Dependency Resolution for .NET, TFS integration, and Hyper-V virtual resource support.

The CTO of VaraLogix, Robin Fuller, discussed the release, stating that "We've created a way for Microsoft shops to build a repository of resources that can be used to automatically resolve application dependencies on demand during deployment. Our approach to TFS integration provides a complete, non-disruptive solution that brings deployment to the enterprise level and provides a complete answer for Development, DevOps and IT. It's a definite win for Microsoft shops."

This week a new Microsoft .NET Integration Pack was released by VaraLogix, a company that specializes in web application deployment solutions. The .NET Integration Pack includes Application Dependency Resolution for .NET, TFS integration, and Hyper-V virtual resource support.

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