Major Changes to the Visual Studio 2015 Product Line

Visual Studio 2015 is seeing some major changes to its product line. With the release of Visual Studio 2015, Visual Studio Premium and Visual Studio Ultimate will merge to become Visual Studio Enterprise with MSDN. This means Visual Studio Premium subscribers will be upgraded to Visual Studio Enterprise 2015 and Visual Studio Ultimate subscribers will see a dramatic reduction in price for new purchases ($5,999) and renewals ($2,569). That’s a savings of $8,000 and $1,680 respectively!

Visual Studio Enterprise subscribers will have powerful features at their fingertips.  Features like Code Map and IntelliTrace as well as Load testing, automated and manual testing and IntelliTest! Take a look at the feature comparison for more information.

Fabulous Upgrade Offer

For 60 days, starting in May, you can upgrade your Visual Studio Professional with MSDN or Visual Studio Test Professional with MSDN to Visual Studio Premium with MSDN for 50% of the regular list price and get a free upgrade to Visual Studio Enterprise with MSDN automatically, once it’s released! This offer is available for only 60 days, so contact your reseller soon take advantage of the offer.

Download the CTP

Want to see what all the buzz is about? You can download the Visual Studio 2015 CTP 6 right now and check it out. Or, go to Azure and spin up the Virtual Machine with Visual Studio 2015 CTP already installed! If you want to find out what’s in Visual Studio 2015, the are many short videos from Connect(); // 2014 on a broad array of subjects including cross-platform development, ASP.NET 5, .NET 2015 and an overview of the new capabilities if Visual Studio 2015.

There are many powerful features coming in Visual Studio 2015 and Team Foundation Server 2015. Now is the time to make sure you are ready when the products launch!

For more information, check out the Visual Studio 2015 product page.

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