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1 Adopting Team Foundation Server (TFS) with OpsHub

2 Business challenges More than one ALM solution may be in current use, stifling communication TFS adoption may interrupt development Training teams takes time Solutions Unify your teams on a common ALM platform Integration enables teams to continue working Migration to TFS is seamless when teams are ready Business value Transition to TFS without interruption in the flow of value Soft cutovers allow teams to be fully trained before the switch, reducing complexity and increasing the likelihood of a seamless migration

3 Migration to TFS Challenges OpsHub Solution Hard cutover Soft-cutover enabled by operating in an integrated state until all personnel trained on new system and can easily switch to TFS without operational disruption. Incomplete Migration All historical data is migrated to TFS, not just current snapshot. Loss of Traceability All linkages and attachments are maintained so that traceability remains intact and you remain compliant.

4 Integration with TFS Challenges OpsHub Solution Agility Built in reliability and failure management combined with web based admin makes it very easy to configure and evolve the system Change Propagation All changes are propagated incrementally recreating the change history properly. Traceability All linkages and attachments are synced so that traceability is available in each of the systems.

5 OIM - Easy migration to TFS Supported Entities: Defects, Requirements, Work Items, Test Cases, Test Plan, Test Results, Tasks, Suggestions, Features, Use Cases, User Stories, Custom Entities OpsHub supports over 30 leading ALM systems and continues to grow…

6 OIM – Easy integration with TFS Synchronization of ALM Systems with TFS - Uni and Bi-directional synchronization - Support for Defects, Requirements, Work Items, Test Cases, Test Plan, Test Results, Tasks, Suggestions, Features, Use Cases, User Stories, Custom Entities. Cross-system Traceability Relationships between entities is maintained during synchronization History Preservation Change History is preserved during synchronization Transparent Implementation No Additional Requirements on TFS Users to Support Integration

7 OpsHub OIM Integration Support OpsHub Integration Manager has standard integration support for ALM systems from the following vendors (no coding required): Available as an on-premise, customer cloud, or hosted solution.

8 Configuring OpsHub: 3 Simple Step Configure System Configure Mappings Configure Integration

9 OpsHub: Keep systems in sync HP ALM TFS

10 OpsHub: Execute QTP scripts from TFS

11 OpsHub is a Visual Studio Preferred Solution Provider

12 Current Sales Partners Resale/OEM Partners Referral Partners

13 Why OpsHub Enable complete migration to TFS Support for maintaining relationships Support for attachments Migrate history to TFS Support for data cleaning/complex migration Enable TFS to Coordinate ALM (with some teams using other systems) Ability to see complete picture in TFS even if some teams are using other systems Minimize disruption, smooth TFS adoption (as teams dont all need to migrate at the same time)

14 In Summary Leaders in bi-directional sync with conflict resolution Founders were the original inventors of bi-directional sync Inventors of large number of patents in this field including most early ones Rich functionality (History sync, Process customization, …) Support for largest number of systems With ability to rapidly add new ones Support for largest number of entities DB system class reliability and recovery guarantees (C) 2013, OpsHub, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Confidential

15 OpsHub Solution – A TFS driven unified ALM System


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