With a growing feature list, this open-source version control system has turned the industry upside down and is challenging proprietary solutions with its simplicity and ease of use.
With 3,100 user organizations and a bunch of industry awards in its pocket, this company from Down Under is hopping.
The introduction of a maturity model for ALM gives organizations a road map for arriving at distributed development nirvana.
The granddaddy of ’em all, IBM Rational’s ClearCase has had a dizzying run with its DSEE-based version control system created in the 1980s.
If you build it, they will come. That’s what MKS believed when it built, rather than bought, the pieces of its very successful ALM suite.
As its competitors look upstream to broader markets, Perforce stays the course and continues to improve performance. It does one thing, but really well.
Slow and steady, Seapine keeps enhancing its suite for testing, defect tracking and change management; many other vendors support the package.
Opened up the SAFE to give the Eclipse Foundation the basis of its Application Lifecycle Framework project, an effort to standardize ALM processes.
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