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When using tools such as TFS or JIRA to plan an application made of 10+ microservices, I am concerned should I consider microservice as an epic or as an new project?

In TFS when splitting microservices as different projects, the benefit is a separated git repository, but on the other hand it is difficult to plan a single sprint having tasks, stories and bugs from different projects

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  • Like I commented below, you can have multiple Git repos per project, so you don't really have a problem.
    – RubberDuck
    Jul 5, 2016 at 19:55
  • I'd try to keep all tightly coupled applications with shared developers in a single repository. Jul 7, 2016 at 16:02

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If you have resources that depend on each other, with resources being [people | work items | code], then they would all be in the same Team Project.

You can easily have separate Teams (Backlogs, Work, & People), Git Repositories (code) all within a single Team Project. If you are using TFVC then use folders.

Check out https://nkdagility.com/creating-nested-teams-visual-studio-alm/ for organising Teams and https://nkdagility.com/one-team-project/ for the rational and background.

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