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CollabNet Support For Software Development Practitioners Exceeds 1 Million Registrants To Open CollabNet Community

From open source to large scale development in the cloud, CollabNet continues as the 'go-to' source advanced software practices in the software industry

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., March 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- CollabNet® (www.collab.net), a leader in cloud-based Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) solutions for agile software delivery at scale, today announced that more than 1 million software professionals have registered for useful content, open source downloads, community-based idea sharing and collaboration, cloud development, webinars and training through the company's Open CollabNet community  (http://www.collab.net/community). As the creator of the open source Subversion source code management (SCM) tool, and a pioneer in enabling enterprise collaborative software delivery, CollabNet continues to provide a range of resources that promote collaboration, software agility and productivity from small teams to global 70,000-seat, agile-at-scale instances.

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"One of the great things about working in the collaborative software development industry is the level of interaction we've had with the community ranging from open source committers to enterprises that have the most sophisticated IT strategies and implementations in the world," said Bill Portelli, CollabNet CEO. "CollabNet has had the pleasure of advancing cloud-based software development (http://www.cloudforge.com/) and delivery practices with these global experts and organizations since we introduced enterprise grade software development in the cloud to the market in 1999.  Having 1 million developers and practitioners register through the Open CollabNet community reflects this collaboration by our company with the industry."

Launched in 2008, OpenCollabNet provides access to software downloads, user communities, open source projects and industry thought leadership content. One of the strongest open source contributors in the software development industry, CollabNet supports a variety of projects. Individuals and organizations turn to CollabNet for Subversion (http://www.collab.net/products/subversion) and SubversionEdge servers, Subversion and Git clients, as well as CollabNet's popular GitEye desktop client (for Git). These and other SCM related downloads together average more than 450,000 downloads per week. The Open CollabNet community site includes industry level conversations started by more than 10,000 authors. Current open source projects hosted by CollabNet include SubversionEdge, AnkhSVN, GitEye, CollabNet Connector Network and CollabNet Desktops (Eclipse Edition, VisualStudio Edition and Outlook Edition).

"The level of sharing and collaboration (http://www.collab.net/solutions/collaborative-development) across the CollabNet community is strong and continues to grow," said Portelli. "The amount of videos, white papers and other forms of helpful content available is also very popular for developers and organizations looking to learn best practices from industry experts at CollabNet."

CollabNet has helped thousands of organizations manage the growing complexity of developing and delivering software applications. As the creator of Subversion, and leader in making Git and other open source technologies ready for enterprise use, CollabNet helps customers tackle modern software development and deployment challenges via an expanding array of open source and commercial third-party technologies. Its two flagship commercial offerings, TeamForge and CloudForge, provide a scalable, open and collaborative platform for embracing continuous tool adoption within an environment, while providing managers with complete visibility and traceability across the entire development and deployment lifecycle.

For more information about CollabNet please visit www.collab.net. For more information about OpenCollabNet, please visit www.collab.net/community.

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About CollabNet
CollabNet® is the creator of Subversion® and a pioneer in cloud-based Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) solutions for collaborative agile software delivery at scale. CollabNet provides industry-leading products plus agile consulting and training services to help organizations of all sizes develop and deploy software faster. CollabNet's flagship product, TeamForge®, provides customers with an open and extensible collaborative software development and delivery platform to increase collaboration and application release efficiency across larger, distributed teams. TeamForge users also gain better governance with enhanced visibility and traceability across the software development lifecycle. For smaller teams, CollabNet provides CloudForge®, a cloud-hosted version of Subversion, Git and TeamForge, that enables fast project starts on-demand. CollabNet has been recognized for 10 consecutive years as a SD Times 100 industry innovator and is consistently positioned as a leader within Tier One industry analyst reports, including the Forrester Wave report on "Application Life Cycle Management Tools." For more information, please visit www.collab.net.

CollabNet, TeamForge and CloudForge are registered trademarks of CollabNet, Inc.  Subversion® is a registered trademark of the Apache Software Foundation.  Other names may be trademarks of their respective holders.

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