Visual Studio Online Hits General Availability

by Developer.com Staff

The cloud-based IDE now promises 99.9 percent uptime.

At least week's Build conference, Microsoft announced that Visual Studio Online had reached general availability status. The company launched the cloud-based version of its IDE as a preview last November. The service now carries a service level agreement (SLA) that guarantees 99.9 percent uptime, and Microsoft has also made it easier to move data between Visual Studio Online and on-premise versions of Team Foundation Server.

According to Microsoft, the number of Visual Studio Online users has tripled since January and now totals more than a million. The service handles more than 100 million requests on an average day.

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This article was originally published on Monday Apr 7th 2014
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