ALAMEDA, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/10/14 --
Perforce Software today announced new patent-pending technology in its version management and collaboration platform that significantly boosts performance of development and DevOps workflows in large-scale environments.
Well reputed for its existing performance and reliability, and with proven sites running tens of millions of versioning transactions a day, Perforce has raised the bar for the performance of versioning engines. The latest release of Perforce's versioning engine, P4D, gives Perforce customers dramatically higher throughput in high contention environments, while substantially increasing the load capacity of their installations without upgrades to existing hardware.
Perforce's new concurrency technology increases the number of operations that can be executed simultaneously against P4D. The gain in throughput results in faster cross-team development workflows, as well as faster completion of build, test and integrate processes running against P4D. This boosts overall performance for sites where large numbers of concurrent transactions might be executed per day -- as is often the case with organizations that have implemented highly automated Continuous Delivery practices.
Field-Tested in Production Environments
Early adopters of Perforce's new concurrency technology have seen significant benefits across the entire organization:
"Our customers will see dramatic improvements to what is already industry-leading scalability and throughput," said Perforce founder and CEO Christopher Seiwald. "They will be able to speed-up concurrent use on their existing systems and enable developers to speed up their workflows without any hardware updates."
Perforce version management solutions power Continuous Delivery. Perforce is trusted by industry-leading companies like Salesforce.com, SAP and the New York Stock Exchange to manage their most valuable IP. Perforce products help teams work in concert on important digital assets including software code, documents, multimedia, spreadsheets, images and more. They are unique in their ability to handle large and distributed collections of content, enabling higher productivity, lower costs, improved security and compliance. The company is headquartered in Alameda, California, with international operations in the United Kingdom, Canada and Australia. For more information, visit www.perforce.com.