Team Foundation Server (TFS) product group and the Team System Rangers started a project on CodePlex called TFS Integration Platform, to facilitate the development of tools that integrate TFS with other systems. Currently, this tool allow to enable TFS to integrate with other version control and work-item/bug tracking systems, but the eventual goal of this project is to enable integration with a broader range of tools/systems (i.e. build). This platform enables the development of two major classifications of tools: tools that move data unidirectional into TFS, and tools that synchronize data bidirectional.
TFS Integration Platform recently released Migration Guidance Document at codePlex. This document introduces some of the migration technologies, takes you through a number of common migration scenarios and associated guidance and covers a number of common questions and answers we have encountered to date.
you can download it from http://tfsintegration.codeplex.com/Release/ProjectReleases.aspx?ReleaseId=35476
If you’re thinking about migrating to TFS, but don’t know where to start, then check out the Migration Guidance Document. This document outlines many of the common scenarios for migrating data into TFS.
TFS Integration Platform (installer)
If you want to start building adapters, you will also need the installable TFS Integration Platform (installer). This release contains the binaries for the platform as well as the TFS adapters. This is the Alpha release of the installer for the TFS Integration Platform, including the TFS Adapters.
you can download installer from http://tfsintegration.codeplex.com/Release/ProjectReleases.aspx?ReleaseId=35478