Are you facing challenges around performance and productivity; SVN repository sync issues; WAN latency and connectivity across multiple SVN repositories; access control or the need for HA/DR (high availability and disaster recovery) to ensure business continuity?
Join a free Daily Demo session, with a Senior Solutions Architect, to learn how you can overcome these challenges from an administrative, business and IT perspective. We’ll address any questions from participants.
WANdisco, a corporate sponsor of the Subversion open source project, with core developers from the project on staff and solutions that support the world's largest Subversion implementations, is offering a series of free bi-weekly hour long online training sessions for Subversion users and administrators.
Registration is now available for the first courses of 2013. Early registration is recommended as space is limited. We'll be adding more courses soon, so keep checking back to make sure you don't miss out. And if there's anything you think we missed out in 2012's webinar program, please don't hesitate to contact us.
A short introduction to GIT. All the topics that a new user needs to be exposed to use GIT for version control.
Most SCM tools are not well suited to support globally distributed software development. Learn why most tools are not the best fit for the WAN and what to look for in the right solution.
While Git steals the headlines, Subversion has been sharpening its enterprise chops. Learn about the vision that began as “a compelling replacement for CVS” and became "enterprise-class version control for the masses."
Hook scripts are server-side executables that are tied to various Subversion events.
These scripts can be used for a wide variety of tasks:
An advanced look at how hook scripts can be used to control and automate aspects of version control.