Microsoft recently announced that it has enabled IntelliTrace in Visual Studio 2012 for DevOps, which will help the developer community to track coding issues easily and effortlessly. Microsoft Visual Studio 2012 is already shipping for the last three weeks, but the Windows maker has just extended the IntelliTrace for DevOps, to the its Systems Center software via a capability that will be featured in System Center 2012 Service Pack 1.
Besides this update, Microsoft also added Kanban templates for agile programming, along with new support for the SharePoint collaboration platform via load testing and coded UI testing. All these features will be available soon in the preview form, while full update will be available later this year. Not only this, Microsoft recently unveiled a long list of enhancements and support for the developer community, including
• Visual Studio Express 2012 for Windows Desktop
• F# Tools for Visual Studio Express 2012 for Web
• TFS Power Tools for Visual Studio 2012
• Productivity Power Tools for Visual Studio 2012
• New support for Windows Embedded
• Community language packs
• Partner support for Visual Studio 2012
Windows maker also launched the Windows Azure, one of the important components along with the newly available Windows Server 2012. Microsoft also announced the new and upcoming Azure Virtual Machines, Web Sites, and Media Services in Beta. All in all, lots of good things for developers!