Need more authorization, access control and audit capabilities than Apache Subversion offers on its own? With the release of version 4.1, there’s never been a better time to switch to Subversion Access Control, WANdisco’s innovative security solution for Enterprise Subversion.
Key benefits of Access Control:
Extensive audit reports track every user access to the repository, including information such as the user id, date/time stamp, IP address used by the client machine, the command used, and files accessed.
Easy-to-use, point-and-click interface enabling users to implement and maintain the most complex security policies with minimal effort.
Access privileges can be assigned at a group level, and inherited by users within the group. Users can be assigned to multiple groups.
Subversion Access Control 4.1 is a substantial update for the product, not only adding a list of new functionality, but completely overhauling the underlying access model.
New in version 4.1:
Delegated administration option that allows the root administrator to create teams and delegate administration authority to team leaders.
Automatic synchronization of Subversion Access Control with LDAP user and group configuration. Subversion Access Control automatically picks up LDAP user and group membership changes and assigns new users to the Subversion team that corresponds to their LDAP group.
All access control activity is written to a dedicated log.
Extension of Backup and Restore functionality, including more system settings for backup directories.
Interested in what else 4.1 has to offer? See the Release Notes for a full list of what’s new and noteworthy in 4.1.
Think Subversion Access Control might be the perfect fit for your organization? A free evaluation version of Subversion Access Control is available, simply complete the online form, or contact your WANdisco sales representative for pricing and sales information.