MSDN Platforms

MSDN Platforms gives IT Operations staff and developers access to a wide range of resources such as software, services, support, and training that help your organization succeed. Access to past, present, and future software provides IT staff with everything they need to create, deploy, and manage great applications targeting your preferred platforms and devices, including first-class tooling for Windows, iOS, Android, and Linux. And subscribers can connect, collaborate and deliver on time with the help of Microsoft’s ALM solution (Team Foundation Server or Visual Studio Team Services).

MSDN Platforms provides the same comprehensive access to resources as other MSDN subscriptions, but without the incremental costs for the Visual Studio IDE. It is available exclusively through Microsoft Volume Licensing Programs.

Benefits

  • Better price-performance ratio if no Visual Studio license is needed

  • Per user licensing - enables you to install and use the software as you need for your development projects on any device

  • $100 monthly credit for Microsoft Azure for development and test purposes

  • Includes one Team Foundation Server CAL for the licensed user

  • Access to a large number courses on Pluralsight training, the world’s largest tech training library

  • Priority support in MSDN and TechNet forums to get answers to technical questions

  • Access the most comprehensive library of Microsoft software including past, present, and future software releases 

Licensing

  MSDN Platforms Visual Studio Enterprise Subscription Visual Studio Professional Subscription Visual Studio Test Professional Subscription Team Foundation Server 2017 Visual Studio Professional 2017 Visual Studio Cloud Subscriptions
Microsoft Volume Licensing
Enterprise Agreement, Enterprise Agreement Subscription    
Select, Select Plus, MPSA  
Open Value, Open Value Subscription    
Open  
Campus, Enrollment for Education Solutions    
Microsoft Azure
Visual Studio Marketplace            

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