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Our software development team is growing very quickly. We have around 250 developers working on about 20 different projects. The majority of development is focused around Visual Studio. The release management procedure is getting a little strained now, with users competing for time and resources on various "official" build and signing servers.

What I'm looking for is information on how to setup a proper, managed release process in a Microsoft environment. Ideally, I'd like some kind of continuous integration or nightly builds, integration of version control into Visual Studio and the ability to sign binaries after QA is complete.

I guess what I'm looking for is any documentation or white papers on Release Management in a Visual Studio environment. Can anyone help?

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Check out TeamCity:

http://www.jetbrains.com/teamcity/index.html

You can do distributed builds fr continuous integration, etc....

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