July 4, 2005 - SourceHosting.net Delivers Subversion Hosting
in New Release
Hollis, NH — SourceHosting.net, LLC, a leading provider
of hosted development services for software engineering teams,
recently added Subversion Hosting to its suite of hosted applications,
which also includes CVS Hosting and Bugzilla Hosting.
The open source world’s next generation version control
solution, Subversion was architected from the ground up to incorporate
the best of CVS (Concurrent Versioning System) while adding advanced
functionality to address long-standing user feedback. Originally
released in 2004 after several years of testing by the open source
community, Subversion received the 2005 Jolt Product Excellence
Award as the industry's Best Change and Configuration Management
Tool by Software Development magazine.
“Subversion has gained remarkably rapid user acceptance
seen a corresponding increase in demand for hosting of the application,
both from prospective customers and from existing CVS Hosting
clients with more advanced configuration management requirements.
We are excited to be able to meet that demand with this new release,” said
Greg Larkin, founder and principal of SourceHosting.net.
Available now, SourceHosting.net’s
new release also upgrades its Bugzilla Hosting service to
support Bugzilla 2.18 which includes
time tracking, full-text search, enterprise group support, and
more. Further, all SourceHosting.net hosted solutions are now
built on a new virtual server architecture that enables enhanced
scalability and more rapid adoption of add-on software.
SourceHosting.net, LLC, based in Hollis,
NH, provides hosting for Subversion, CVS, Bugzilla, and other
collaboration tools that allow Internet
workgroups to share data and manage source code changes seamlessly,
regardless of where each team member is physically located. With
SourceHosting providing the infrastructure, team members are free
to focus on what’s most important: building and shipping
product on time.
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Hollis, NH 03049
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