Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2015 Update 2 Announced

Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2015 Update Two has been announced. This new update is the newest version of Team Foundation Server (TFS), the collaboration platform at the core of Microsoft's application lifecycle management (ALM) solution.

Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2015 Update Two has been announced. This new update is the newest version of Team Foundation Server (TFS), the collaboration platform at the core of Microsoft's application lifecycle management (ALM) solution.
 
Here are some new features and improvements, 
 
Release Management enhancements 
 
Release Management is now integrated into TFS. Now, access Release Management features directly from the RELEASE hub in TFS web access and that too without the need to install a separate server or client. The new version is easier to use than the previous version.
 
A deployments section in build summary is now provided. The section displays a list of environments where a build has been deployed through Release Management. Also, now create a new release from this section. 
 
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Test results provided in the Release summary
 
For viewing test quality, you can see the test status of each environment in which tests have run with the Tests tab in the Release summary . The status includes the following:
  • count of passed and failed tests, 
  • pass percentage,
  • test duration for a particular environment, or 
  • test duration for the entire release.
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New mode added to all dashboards
 
A new mode has been added to all the dashboards, named edit mode. Widgets will remain at the same place unless you select edit mode, therefore reducing the chances of "accidentally" moving a widget.
 
Remove, rearrange, and configure widgets while in edit mode. You can also add new widgets.
 
 
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Team Foundation Server extensions 
 
We all know the role of extensions, it enables integrated experiences and improved the Team Foundation Server web experience. You can upload On-premises extensions to Team Foundation Server and install on specific team project collections.
 
 
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For more information, visit the official announcement