Git products should be evaluated to ensure the chosen solution doesn't create long‐term problems. There are requirements you must address to make Git a viable SCM choice for a modern enterprise.
TeamForge SCM enriches JIRA with code management capabilities for both Git and SVN, adds contextual traceab...
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A look at a unique version control solution for the enterprise
Learn about features such as: Enterprise-grade version control, Server federation, Replication, Git History Protection, RBAC, and support for Git and SVN.
Learn about Enterprise Version Control and how it benefits software development managers, and what the difference is between Version Control and Software Configuration Management (SCM).
Modern Enterprise Version Control (EVC) processes with enforced workflows help to overcome the barriers that are hindering organizational performance from reaching its full potential.
Learn about History Protection for Git, with TeamForge SCM recover even changes removed by Git's history rewrite feature.
Leverage the benefits of VersionOne and GitAgile to unite your value stream management process for complete visibility in your Agile planning and version control processes.
Git replication is an effective way to ensure developers’ satisfaction and productivity, and for IT to enhance the availability, utilization, and performance of Git servers and maintain SLAs.
The choice of a modern SCM technology is a critical business decision and affects the long-term ability of the organization to succeed in a highly competitive business climate.
TeamForge SCM enriches JIRA with code management capabilities for both Git and SVN, adds contextual traceability, and connects JIRA to Gerrit (code reviews), Jenkins (CI), Nexus (binary mgmt).
With TeamForge SCM, enterprises can leverage the advantages of Git and/or SVN version control systems, while ensuring compliance, governance, & IP security across all source code-related activities.
These best practices below are recommendations for the way software organizations can manage version control and create good workflow habits.
In my last post, Don’t Underestimate the Importance of Version Control, I outlined some of the basics of why version control is important. Version control saves versions of code which can then be...
Though version control is today a common sense aspect of programming, it is important to look at why we do what we do and how versioning impacts the entire value stream at an organization.
1. Git is distributed, isn’t replication a concept for centralized version control systems? You’re right, Git is a distributed version control system. However, most enterprises require their...