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  • January 22, 2015

    perforce swarm commons inights


    Here's what's new from Perforce in January.

  • January 20, 2015

    perforce server clusteringThe Perforce Server 2014.2 release marks the launch of a clustered server solution that assures highly available, fault tolerant, and consistent revision data and scales up via workspace partitioning. The cluster, designed to be deployed in a tightly coupled server center, is a collection of servers acting in concert to appear as a single central server. One or more cluster routers front the servers; each router supplies a concrete access point that maps the request to the workspace server hosting the user's client data.

  • January 15, 2015

    intuit logo

    With DevOps officially turning five years old last October, there has been a lot of discussion about the best strategies for adopting the practice. A key element of successful DevOps and Continuous Delivery (CD) is keeping all enterprise assets in one repository that serves as the “single source of truth.”

  • January 13, 2015

    perforce server clustering

    Perforce Server has an unmatched track record for stability and high performance. Modern businesses like Salesforce, VMware and others run millions of commands against their server instances each day, without interruption. In the latest release of the Perforce Server we have moved the bar even higher. New support for both horizontal scalability and high availability configurations make it possible to extend the platform to serve tens of thousands of users in a single environment, and any downtime is a thing of the past.

  • January 09, 2015

    git out of the fire

    I suggested updating your Git clients in a recent blog post because of a new Git release that addressed a critical vulnerability (CVE-2014-9390 for those interested). Git users at Perforce have subsequently identified some unhappy side effects, and our internal brain trust has worked up a simple approach for dealing with them. The purpose of this blog post is to explain the problem and highlight the fix for the good of the larger Git community.

  • January 07, 2015

    Women Who Code


    It's a dream come true, I know.

    The Perforce Community is ushering in the New Year with an evening of unadulterated networking and coding fun.

    Women Who Code JavaScript Meetup

    Wednesday, January 21st @ 6:30 PM
    Perforce Headquarters
    2320 Blanding Ave
    Alameda, CA 94501

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