Feature Support for Unmanaged Code in Visual Studio 2010 and TFS 2010

Just got exposed to a great table about what features are available in Visual Studio 2010 and Team Foundation Server 2010 for unmanaged code (C++.)  Thanks to Anna Russo for sharing!  Anyone know the source of this information?

Product Features (Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate)
Team Foundation Server
Version Control Yes
Work Item Tracking Yes
Build Automation Yes
Team Portal Yes
Reporting & Business Intelligence Yes
Agile Planning Workbook Yes
Test Case Management Yes
Visual Studio Team Explorer 2010 Yes
Development Platform Support
Windows Development Yes
Web Development N/A
Office and SharePoint Development N/A
Cloud Development N/A
Customizable Development Experience Yes
Unit Testing No
Code Coverage No
Test Impact Analysis No
Coded UI Test No
Web Performance Testing N/A
Load Testing N/A
Database Development
Database Deployment Yes
Database Change Management Yes
Database Unit Testing Yes
Database Test Data Generation Yes
Debugging & Diagnostics
"Pinnable" DataTips for easier data inspection N/A
Post-mortem debugging support for .NET (dump debugging) No
Breakpoint improvements (search in Breakpoints window, label, import/export) No
New WPF Visualizer N/A
Enhancements for debugging multi-threaded applications (Parallel Stack and Tasks) Yes
64-bit support for mixed-mode debugging Yes
Static Code Analysis Yes
Code Metrics No
Profiling Yes
IntelliTrace (Historical Debugging) No
Architecture and Modeling
UML & Layer Diagram Viewer Yes
Architecture Explorer Yes
UML 2.0 Compliant Diagrams (Activity, Use Case, Sequence, Class, Component) Yes
Layer Diagram and Dependency Validation No
Lab Management
Microsoft Test Manager Yes
Virtual environment setup & tear down Yes
Test Case Management Yes
Manual Test Execution Yes
Manual Test Record & Playback Yes
Lab Management Configuration Yes


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