Industry Survey Results: What Matters Most for DevOps Value Stream Efficiency

CollabNet reached out to its global audience at the end of last year and conducted an industry survey to learn more about DevOps priorities and the concerns of executive leaders, project managers, engineers and other software development and testing professionals. We asked more than 200 respondents, primarily from Fortune 2000 organizations, a few questions to better understand how we could serve their needs. The questions asked were designed to uncover respondents’ priorities and perceptions regarding the barriers faced when optimizing software delivery value streams. If you’ve followed CollabNet at all in the last few years you should know two very …

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Has Git Killed Subversion & CVS?

Video killed the radio star, and the Internet killed both. Many believe Git is on it’s way to killing Subversion (which all but killed CVS), but let’s let the numbers speak for themselves. There are over 20 different open-source and commercial version control systems (VCS) in use today – some getting more media coverage than others. In particular, distributed VCS (DVCS) like Git and Mercurial are attracting a lot of attention due to the popularity of Linus Torvald, GitHub and the recent acquisition of Bitbucket by Atlassian. I wondered what developers are actually using for their software development process so I …

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Tigris by the Numbers – 187k Users Strong!

CollabNet is committed to the Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) community. One measure of that commitment is our support for the FOSS community site Tigris.Org. You may be most familiar with Tigris as the birthplace of the Subversion project, but it’s far more than that. The Tigris mission is to build Open Source Software Engineering Tools, and there’s a lot of activity. Total projects: 1,455. A dozen or so are related to Subversion in various ways, such as Subclipse, the premier Subversion plug-in for Eclipse. But there are loads of other projects, too — just take a look at …

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