Why Helix Versioning Engine?
Fast. Secure. Best-of-breed. Kicks ass.
assets in one place
protects all IP
Most Secure and Scalable Version Control
Build complex products more collaboratively, securely and efficiently. Use a distributed version control (DVCS) model or take a centralized approach. Built-in support for Git command line. Wicked fast operations for local and remote users. Unparalleled security and asset protection. Concurrency and scale for highly automated continuous integration and continuous delivery practices. All files and asset types, in all sizes welcome.
For starters, it's the fastest SCM on 7 continents.
"We put a lot of stress on Perforce. Because Perforce scaled for us and because it allowed us to bring about an Agile Development environment, we didn’t have to spend time on our monolithic codebase. Instead we spend time delighting our customers."
Mike Saha, Director of Release & Infrastructure Operations, Salesforce.com
"We evaluated the top 5 tools in use at EMC for security compliance and what they could provide out of the box. Perforce was actually up in the top for us."
Stephanie Woiciechowski, GSEC, Principal Software Engineer, EMC
"Perforce as our definitive software library enables our interdependent code and data to be versioned and branched in the same system, which takes the conflict out of collaboration between our artists and coders."
"The speed, reliability, and scalability of Perforce are crucial to Ubisoft, with more than 1,000 users depending on it."
"You deploy it and forget it, and it just works the way you expect it to. It doesn’t crash, it offers easy administration, and it scales. We don’t have to worry about our growing volume of code, because we know Perforce can handle it."
"Helix’s hybrid DVCS approach suits the needs of engineers as well as the enterprise."
Julie Craig, Research Director, Application Management, Enterprise Management Associates
"Developers will welcome the ability to use a local server and a local code base while executing Perforce versioning commands."
Anuj Shroff, Software Engineer, The MathWorks