Perforce Software and Assembla announce the availability of an on demand version of Perforce Software Version Management that is integrated with team tools from Assembla.
Perforce Software, maker of version management software, announced its Versioning Engine has been validated as VMware (NYSE: VMW) Ready, the virtualization kingpin’s highest level of endorsement, achieved after a detailed process examining the developer’s P4D software now newly housed on the VMware Solution Exchange (VSX).
“While Perforce has been deployed on virtual machines for
Enterprises looking to attract new talent would do well to figure out how to use git, since most new hires will come in with mastery of it and will find it annoying to use crufty older version control systems. Unfortunately, enterprises often have well-established release processes built around their existing tools, making it extremely hard to replace them with something new like git.
Perforce, which provides version management and document collaboration solutions for the enterprise, says working together within the channel can level the playing field between large organizations and small startups. That's the message in the company's report this week on the first year of its 20/20 Program, which promotes use of Perforce pr
Git, the open source revision control system, is already massively popular among developers. But Perforce, which focuses on software management solutions in both the open source and proprietary worlds, thinks Git can be even better.
Should companies that produce mostly proprietary software invest in Linux development? In one sense, that seems as illogical as the artisanal-organic bread guy from the local farmers’ market buying shares in Wonder Bread.
Welcome back to Channel Partner Program Roundup, The VAR Guy’s weekly feature detailing all the channel partner news fit to print. This week, we’ve got stories from Sirius Computer Solutions, Perforce Software and SPLICE Software.
When I run the perforce login command in a cygwin shell running inside a mintty terminal emulator, the password prompted by perforce is visible--as I type the characters that make up my password, the characters get echoed right back to the password prompt.
$ p4 login
Enter password: abc123
I'm not sure which actor here is in charge of displaying and reading the password prompt: perforce?