P4 Blog

  • September 12, 2014

     

    At 23andMe, we provide our Personal Genome Service(R) to customers via our public website. Earlier this year, we began considering how adoption of Continuous Delivery for the site will affect our internal development efforts.

  • September 10, 2014

     

    At Trend Micro, Perforce’s P4D is the corporate standard for version management. But with some developers using Git, we needed a system that would keep all of our 2,000+ developers happy, regardless of their platform, while ensuring operational efficiency.

  • September 10, 2014

     

    There has long been a Perforce Server plugin around written by the community called “Perforce Plugin”. Recently we created our own plugin, “P4 Plugin for Jenkins” to support new features like shelving that is needed, for example, by Perforce Swarm.

  • September 09, 2014

     

    As our own development team strives to achieve Continuous Delivery, code review and pretested commits are processes we follow religiously to ensure bad code does not make its way to production. Until we migrated to Swarm, the two were considered separate but vital portions of the development process.

  • September 08, 2014

     

    Perforce and its performance are dear to my heart, my job and the teams I support – it’s something I’m deeply passionate and driven about, both in and out of the office.

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  • September 05, 2014

     

    Having only one Perforce Server in an organization makes life simpler, and as you know, it can easily scale to support thousands of users and petabytes of data. However in real life, there is often more than one Perforce Server in a single organization, let alone when two or more organizations are sharing development work.

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