It’s official – AX 7 will support deployment on-premises

Make sure you familiarize yourself with new (upcoming) deployment options for Dynamics 365 for Operations. In short, you’ll be able to run it outside cloud (e.g. on your own hardware) and then either synchronize data to cloud or keep them locally. Of course, not having data in cloud means missing some cloud features such as …

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Local TF Build with VSO – Intro

If you want to use a proper source control system with Dynamics AX, you have in fact only one option: Team Foundation Server (TFS). MorphX VCS can’t cover all versioning needs (because it works only for resources in AOT) and it lacks many features, and Visual SourceSafe is not supported anymore. Because installation and maintenance …

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VSO licensing changes: more for less

The latest news about licensing of Visual Studio Online and Team Foundation Server is truly exciting. The first great news is that VSO licenses will be much cheaper, decreasing from $20/user/month (for the basic tier) to $8-$2, depending on the number of licenses. And you still have five users for free, free stakeholder licenses and …

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Stakeholder license for Visual Studio Online

Brian Harry announced some upcoming changes in licensing of Visual Studio Online (and later for Team Foundation Server too). Everybody should be delighted by the new Stakeholder license, which will be completely free. It will have following permissions: Full read/write/create on all work items Create, run and save (to “My Queries”) work item queries View …

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