OpsHub Announces Support for Microsoft Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2012

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OpsHub announces support for Microsoft Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2012, allowing application development organizations to migrate rapidly to Team Foundation Server and integrate it seamlessly within their application lifecycle management environment to drive efficiency, quality, and customer value.

OpsHub for Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2012 —OpsHub is pleased to be a Microsoft launch partner and today, synchronized with the launch of Visual Studio 2012, announces support for this latest version of Visual Studio. With this update from OpsHub, application development organizations can quickly migrate to Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2012 and begin to integrate it seamlessly within their application lifecycle management environment, allowing TFS to manage the entire ALM process.

“OpsHub Integration Manager, in conjunction with Team Foundation Server 2012, enables bi-directional sync and migration from tools such as HP Quality Center, Jira and IBM Rational, making it essential for development organizations adopting a modern application lifecycle management environment using TFS 2012,” said Tom Lindeman, Director of the Visual Studio Industry Partner (VSIP) program at Microsoft. “OpsHub helps create a single ALM environment, enabling an entire product development team to collaborate in an efficient and consistent manner.”

“Visual Studio is no longer the standalone development tool it once was. Today it is a complete business system essential to the operation of an application development organization that supports the business critical needs of a company,” said Sandeep Jain, President and CEO of OpsHub, “At OpsHub, we want to extend the reach and value of Visual Studio, removing the barriers to adoption of Team Foundation Server 2012 by enabling quick migration and seamless integration between 3rd party tools and TFS.”

OpsHub provides powerful migration capabilities to help companies move to Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2012 from other 3rd party application lifecycle management systems quickly, maintaining all data, including work items, hierarchies, linkages, and exclusive to OpsHub, all historical data. Consequently, developers will have access to rich data that is accurate and comprehensive that enables them to create the right solution the first time, by increasing visibility and traceability, eliminating rework and minimizing delays to the project release.

Furthermore, OpsHub can integrate Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2012, as well as Team Foundation Server 2010, within a heterogeneous ALM environment seamlessly, enabling development organizations to use TFS to realize the benefits of synchronized collaboration, manageability, and visibility sooner than with other integration approaches.

By enabling Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2012 to manage the entire application lifecycle across functional groups and between different ALM systems, OpsHub delivers synchronized efficiency, higher quality products, greater velocity, and improved management visibility, all of which drives greater value for your business.

About OpsHub
OpsHub is a Palo Alto-based Independent Software Vendor that delivers application lifecycle management (ALM) integration, collaboration, and analytical solutions for application and software development organizations that want to improve their development efficiency, increase organizational visibility, manage regulatory compliance, improve time-to-market, and more. OpsHub supports integration with the ALM industry's leading business systems, including those from HP, Microsoft, IBM, Accept, Atlassian, Rally, Serena, leading open source solutions and more. OpsHub delivers their on-premise and cloud-based solutions to enterprises around the globe. For more information, visit http://www.opshub.com.

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