P4 Blog

  • July 06, 2016

    There’s nothing quite like standing at the top of a mountain, miles from where your journey started, thinking back at all you’ve accomplished to get there.

    But long road trips in cramped cars during the sweltering summer months can quickly get bumpy. Backseat passengers start bickering over leg room and imaginary lines that mustn’t be crossed. Front seat passengers frantically try to decipher which exit the GPS really wants them take.

  • July 01, 2016

    This week, we took a look at Perforce Streams and the many updates that have been implemented to make your project manager’s lives easier when managing streams in parallel development. Our presenter Sven Erik Knop, Technical Marketing Manager at Perforce, dove into the details around making these updates work for you and your team and also answered questions from the audience.

    Here are two questions that we thought would be beneficial to our readership as answered by Sven Knop:

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  • June 20, 2016

    The Changing Role of Release Engineering in a DevOps World

    Here at Perforce, DevOps expert J. Paul Reed recently joined us for a broadcast on the changing role of Release Engineering in the word of DevOps. In this 30-minute webinar, Paul dove into topics such as:

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  • June 17, 2016

    In a previous blog post, I briefly mentioned the fact that as customers reported problems with the old v2 engine, these cases were logged in the form of detailed test cases.  More than one customer has asked how we test the integration logic, so I thought this might be a good opportunity to go into the integration test harness I use, "itest", in a little more detail.

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  • June 07, 2016

    Ever looked into someone’s calendar and see the OOO message – and wondered where they were? Well, here are some of the places we (Paul Allen, Senior Integration Engineer at Perforce and Sven Erik Knop, Senior Technical Specialist at Perforce) ended up on our visits to the Alameda office in California. Having explored downtown San Francisco to excess, we decided to expand our horizon and explore the national parks in California. 

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  • June 02, 2016

     

    There are a lot of things to consider when planning an enterprise Perforce server  deployment. Two of those include High Availability and Disaster Recovery.

    When you think about your servers going down, your first instinct is probably to  think about how lost or corrupted data will be recovered. But before you even  begin to think about losing data, you should think about putting a plan in place to  quickly recover the systems when they go down. 

    In a Helix Enterprise environment, that plan must incorporate not only Helix P4D,  but also the other range of applications that are part of your solution, like Git  Fusion and GitSwarm.

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