June 29, 2011 - DiscountASP.NET, a leader in global Team Foundation Server (TFS) hosting, announces free migration from Visual SourceSafe (VSS) to their Team Foundation Server (TFS) hosting solution until September 30, 2011.
"Mainstream support for Visual SourceSafe is slated to end next year, so we want to help VSS users make the move to Team Foundation Server," said Takeshi Eto, VP Marketing and Business Development at DiscountASP.NET. "Through the third quarter, we will help developers migrate from VSS to TFS and they can experience TFS hosting and get the first 30 days for free."
Microsoft Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2010 is a collaboration platform that is at the core of Microsoft’s application lifecycle management solution. With DiscountASP.NET’s TFS hosting solution, Microsoft developers can use familiar development tools to manage source control and track issues and bugs, whether the developer works alone or in a team.
To qualify for this free VSS migration offer DiscountASP.NET requires pre-screening and approval due to the potential complexity in migration. Interested parties can contact DiscountASP.NET for more details. For more information, visit https://www.discountasp.net/tfs
DiscountASP.NET is an innovative leader in hosting solutions for ASP.NET developers, focused on providing the best value in ASP.NET web hosting and Team Foundation Server hosting. A Microsoft Partner with the Gold Hosting Competency, DiscountASP.NET recently launched TFS build server, hosted Urban Turtle scrum tools, and TFS hosting in the UK. As a leader in cutting-edge ASP.NET web hosting, DiscountASP.NET supports the latest Microsoft web stack including support for ASP.NET 4, ASP.NET MVC 3, Razor View Engine, WebMatrix development tool, and web deploy. Through strong word-of-mouth and their commitment to .NET developers, DiscountASP.NET has become the choice for affordable enterprise-class ASP.NET web hosting and TFS hosting. For more information, visit www.DiscountASP.NET
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