TFS 2015 Update 1 is literally hot off the press, and I am already on it as the changelog is massive!
The #1 priority to me was to have a look at Git and TFVC in the same Team Project. This is a really important milestone for the future.
It means the Version Control storage become agnostic – you can have Git repositories in existing TFVC-based Team Projects (a legacy evolution if you want), but also the other way round, a TFVC storage into a Git-based Team Project.
The experience is as easy as it, you just need to go to the _admin page and under the Version Control tab you can manage that:
If you already have TFVC configured in your Team Projects, you can’t add another repository of the same type of course:
Why should I add a TFVC repository if I already use Git? Well, migrations, large file storage are two examples.
You need to run Visual Studio 2015 Update 1 (currently in CTP1) to fully access these new repositories - which obviously highlights that you have both the Version Control systems in place.