Microsoft to Provide Exception Analytics to Visual Studio 2012

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Microsoft and PreEmptive Solutions have announced a new partnership with PreEmptive Analytics and Dotfuscator CE will be included in Microsoft Visual Studio 2012, and Team Foundation Server 2012 providing exception analytics for developers using the Microsoft developer toolsets. This also means that for the first time, a repository and rules engine that aggregates and analyzes incoming exception alerts will be included with Team Foundation Server 2012, Microsoft said. When rules are triggered, work items are created or updated, providing near real-time visibility into production. Read the full story here.



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