San Ramon, CA April 21, 2011 - WANdisco, a leading provider of Apache Subversion-based software and services for the enterprise, has announced uberSVN, a major new product designed to transform the world's most popular source code management system into an extensible platform that empowers software developers by giving them the widest choice of toolsets.
uberSVN opens up the developer freedom to choose any combination of software development tools that best fit the business requirements in hand. Toolset choice can be based on price or functionality, the use of open or closed source proprietary applications - and there is no vendor lock-in. The product is freely available, but professional support is available from WANdisco.
WANdisco already has an extensive list of companies using its Enterprise Subversion solutions, so along with WANdisco's active participation and sponsorship of the Apache Subversion project, the company is arguably doing more than any other single vendor to contribute to the functionality of this visionary platform.
"For the past five years we have supported the world's largest Subversion implementations," said David Richards, President and CEO of WANdisco. "Subversion is the most popular source code management software on the planet with over five million deployments. Now uberSVN gives Subversion users what they want - an easy to use product that they can extend, however they choose, whenever they want."
What will uberSVN give to Subversion users?
Open ALM platform based on Subversion:
uberSVN turns Subversion into an open, extensible platform for ALM that is easy to install, easy to use and easy to extend. The concept is that uberSVN is a platform in the sense that it enables developers to take a set of disparate applications and, by providing the right packaging and integration, deliver a complete solution.
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