DiscountASP.NET Announces the Launch of Their Standalone Team Foundation Server BaaS Solution

DiscountASP.NET, a hosting solutions provider for Microsoft developers, announces the launch of standalone fully-managed Team Foundation Server Build solutions in their USA-based data center. The standalone TFS Build service provides a hosted solution for businesses that may run their TFS repositories on-premises but lack IT resources to manage and customize their TFS Build environments. The TFS Baasis also a solution for businesses that use other TFS hosting solutions, such as Microsoft Team Foundation Service, and require a more customizable or complex build environment. “Based on recent inquiries and suggestions, we are happy to introduce our standalone TFS Build-as-a-Service offering,” said Takeshi Eto, VP Marketing and Business Development at DiscountASP.NET. “With this new service, we can host an important piece of the application lifecycle management process even if the customer doesn’t host their TFS source code repositories with our service.” Click here to read the complete Press Release.



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