Pues, nada, con la salida de la beta 2 de Visual Studio no sólo ha cambiado el nombre de la versión Team System, también ha cambiado la forma de licenciar Team Foundation Server.
Con la subscripción MSDN se incluirá la licencia de Team Foundation Server.
Team Foundation Server 2010 will be included in the MSDN subscription that comes with Visual Studio 2010 Professional, Premium, Ultimate, and Test Elements. This copy of Team Foundation Server in licensed for unlimited development and test use (as is all MSDN software) and licensed for one production deployment. These MSDN subscriptions also include one CAL.
Team Foundation Server has three installation choices – Basic, Advanced and Custom. You will be able to install this either on your client machine (very similar to client side SCM such as VSS) or on a server machine just like TFS 2008.
Team Foundation Server will also be available in retail for around $500 USD and will include a license term allowing up to five (5) named users without CALs to use Team Foundation Server. To grow to more than five users, simply buy CALs for the new users. This enables small teams of five or fewer to get up and running on Team Foundation Server for as little as $500 USD.
Of course having Visual Studio 2010 with MSDN means you can get Team Foundation Server up and running at no additional cost
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