Sanjay Narang\’s Blog

June 20, 2006

The enterprise project and process management solution APPRISE on demo

Filed under: VSTS — sanjaynarang @ 8:47 am

HP GDAS is demonstrating its VSTS based solution APPRISE in Tech Ed India Venues. If you want to have a look at this solution, Visit HP booth at the next venue i.e. Bangalore on June 22 and June 23.

HP used Microsoft Visual Studio® 2005 Team Foundation Server, TFS, to deliver APPRISE, an enterprise wide solution for software development project and process management. Through the extensibility, flexibility, and pre-built features of Team Foundation Server, HP rapidly and cost-effectively delivered APPRISE, a solution that supports and enforces HP GDAS’s own development methodologies, processes, and reporting needs.

The key benefits of the solution are:

  • CMMi Level 5 Compliant
  • Provides the aggregated view of individual team projects
  • Web Based: to enable non .Net based projects
  • Schedule Tracker Service for sending alerts/notifications for better project management
  • Provides additional methodologies such as Waterfall

For detailed information about APPRISE, you can read the following case study published by Microsoft.

https://members.microsoft.com/customerevidence/Common/FileOpen.aspx?FileName=21147_HP_13595_final.doc

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1 Comment »

  1. […] This is true for Team Foundation Server also. We (HP) have been involved in all these areas with Microsoft right since early Beta stages of VSTS. When VSTS was in development stages, we extended TFS to develop an enterprise project and process management solution, APPRISE. Since TFS went RTM, we’ve been working on other two areas: Capacity Planning and High Availability. […]

    Pingback by TFS, High Availability, Capacity Planning and HP « Sanjay Narang’s Blog — September 18, 2006 @ 4:27 am


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