This month, we’ve been busy creating new products for our award winning uberSVN platform and its growing community of users, and we’re proud to have just launched uberSVN Access Control. uberSVN Access Control combines uberSVN’s social coding capabilities, easy-to-use interface and uberAPPS store, with the enterprise functionality of our Subversion Access Control product. Before uberSVN Access Control, we were receiving requests from enterprise users who were interested in deploying uberSVN, but who needed some additional functionality first, so we’re particularly excited about this launch! The feedback so far has been overwhelmingly positive, but if you have anymore feedback, questions or comments about uberSVN Access Control, please do not hesitate to contact us.
We’ve also been busy bringing the SVN community the latest, certified open source Apache Subversion binaries, after the release of Subversion 1.7.5. Subversion 1.7.5 features a string of enhancements, including a performance improvement for scanning the working copy root, and a memory and file-handle management improvement, alongside a list of bug fixes.
We made another big announcement this month: Subversion Live is back for 2012! After getting a great response from the Apache Subversion community in 2011, the conference is back for another year. Subversion Live 2012 will take place in San Francisco (October 10th & 11th) Greenwich, Connecticut (October 16th & 17th) and London (October 23rd & 24th.) The conference will feature a unique mix of sessions, expert-led best practices workshops and invaluable networking opportunities.
Confirmed sessions include:
- What’s coming in 1.8
- Best Practices for Large SVN Deployments
- Subversion Server Tuning Demo
- New Developments in SVN Clients
- Merge & Performance Improvements
- Branching & Merging Best Practices
- Hook Scripts
- Apache Bloodhound
Visit http://www.wandisco.com/svn-live-2012 to learn more.
Members of the WANdisco team were also lucky enough to attend the Jenkins User Conference in New York this month.
The Jenkins User Conference brings Jenkins experts and community enthusiasts from around the world together for a full day of learning and networking opportunities, focused on the popular open source continuous integration server.
The WANdisco team had a great time attending the different sessions, which covered all the latest and greatest Jenkins technology, best practices, and hands-on workshops and demos.
We’re all big fans of Jenkins at WANdisco, and are looking forward to putting what we learned into practice – thank you to CloudBees and of course, the Jenkins community, for putting on such a great event!
As a proud CloudBees partner, not only did we attend JUC NY, but we’re sponsoring two of the conferences. “We are thrilled to have WANdisco join CloudBees and the other sponsors in supporting the Jenkins community,” said Kohsuke Kawaguchi, creator of Jenkins.
Missed out on all the fun? Team WANdisco will also be attending the San Francisco JUC in September. We’re looking forward to meeting more of the Jenkins community (and maybe even some of the Jenkins+uberSVN community then!
Finally, we were proud to win the Technology Provider award at the Yorkshire International Trade Awards, 2012 this month. The Yorkshire International Trade Awards celebrate the success of companies involved with overseas trade, and international businesses who invest in the Yorkshire and Humberside area.
Speaking about their decision to name WANdisco as Technology Provider, the judges said: “It is clearly playing in some big global markets. This is really advanced technology – you can see it is on an upward path – and it is selling that technology to some really big companies.”
We had a great time at the awards ceremony at the Royal Armouries, and want to thank the whole Yorkshire International Trade Awards team for putting on such a great event!