Update: Microsoft have dropped the "11" naming in favour of 2012, so the next version of Team Foundation Server will be TFS 2012. Likewise for Visual Studio 11 / Visual Studio 2012.
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Not one to let the grass grow underfoot, Microsoft has released a Developer Preview of Team Foundation Server 11 so early adopters and inquisitive minds can have a play with the new features.
Team Foundation Server 11 ties in with the forthcoming update to Visual Studio (oddly enough, it's called Visual Studio 11), and .NET Framework 4.5
The ALM mantra is strong with TFS 11, and Brian Keller of Microsoft's TFS team has published a virtual machine with a number of labs to demo its Application Lifecycle Management capabilities.
It's worth pointing out the Virtual Machine is a bit of a beast; the build is made up of:
...So your test rig had better have plenty of resources to spare, not to mention be running Windows Server 2008 R2 or Windows 8, and have onboard Hyper-V compatible hardware virtualisation, and a fully charged flux capacitor.
Scribbled by Ian