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What is the difference between TFS and GIT repository?

What is the difference between TFS and GIT repository?
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TFS                                         

Team foundation server is a Microsoft Product which supports about 5 million lines of code. TFS integrates with Visual Studio, SharePoint and Active directory. TFS is more secure as admin can assign read and write permission to an individual file. TFS requires SQL server to store all kind of data's. TFS is centralized where the vast majority of the information is stored on the server. TFS does not support safe merge between unrelated branches. In TFS, you can do manual test tracking

GIT

Git is open source, and designed to support the source code of Linux Kernel and supports about 15 million lines of code. Development process is distributed all around the world. Git is less secure as the whole git repositories is regulated by file system. As its a Distributed Version Control System (DVCS) that means every developer’s copy can access every version of every file from anywhere. It keeps every local copy fully independent. It's allows safe merge between unrelated branches. We cannot do manual test tracking like TFS. Git Standalone file Installation will only takes hardly 10 minutes. Analytics reports and chart is not represented
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