Alexander Vanwynsberghe

"There is nothing impossible to him who will try"

Advanced version control with Git and TFS

Yesterday, I gave a session at the Visual Studio Usergroup (Visug) in Belgium. I talked about how you can leverage the power of Git with TFS 2013 and Visual Studio.

As promised, you can find my slides at Slideshare:

Thanks to the people who joined my session! I hope you enjoyed it!

– Alexander

Moving an existing Git Repository to TFService/TFS 2013

In this post, I will describe how you can easily ‘move‘ an existing Git Repository (like GitHub, BitBucket,..) to Team Foundation Service or Team Foundation Server 2013. As you might know, TFS Service and 2013 offer Git support as DVCS solution. You can find some additional information about the Git story on the great blog post by Brian Harry!

So, you have an existing Git Repository, and you want to ‘move’ it to TFS? Well, compared to a migration from one server using TFSVC (a topic I blogged about recently) to another server (like TFService), moving a Git repo is a piece of cake! In fact, you have two options

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Migrating from TFS on-prem to TFService in the cloud

In this post, I will demonstrate how you can migrate your TFS on-prem to TFService in the cloud. This process will migrate your sources and your Work Items.¬†When you want to migrate from an on-prem version to the cloud, the only viable option is using the Integration Platform. Because using the Integration Platform can be challenging (if you Bing/Google the integration platform, you’ll see what I mean), I want to guide trough the required steps to perform a migration.

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