We hope that you have had a great Easter weekend. We would like to provide
some piece of good news just as you are back at work: It's here - the
Being one of the most significant PureCM releases for years, many major
enahncements and stability fixes have made it into 2009-1. We are all
curious about how you will respond to this release. Of course there is
feedback on betas, but the official release is always special. Please
feel free to write to me at firstname.lastname@example.org
to let us know what you think.
Together with the new 2009-1 release, we have also simplified our pricing.
The starter pack is discontinued, but replaced by an easier to understand
1-user license. And the renewals have been fixed at the low starter pack
rate of just $69 per user for any pack size. So as an existing user you
will find yourself saving some valuable cash when renewing!
We are confident that the enhancements of the new release will find you
well - and don't forget to have a look at our new regular "Did
you know?" section with various hints about PureCM.
PureCM 2009-1 Release
A lot of effort has gone into the 2009-1 release to make this the
user friendliest PureCM version so far. The most visible change
is certainly the redesigned GUI, which provides task-specific views
on the currently chosen repository. Important enhancements include:-
- Merge Paths allow to specify which changes
need to be merged from one stream to another.
- Quick merge now allows merging any change on
the server, automatically launching the resolve tool in case of
- Workspace rebasing allows basing an existing
workspace on a different stream - which is much faster than creating
a new workspace!
View the complete release
2009-1 release >>
New Online Demos
Watch our online demos to get an easy start with PureCM 2009-1.
We have made the first videos available, which cover the new workspace
view and some of the new merge path functionality.
More videos are in the pipeline, but let us know if you would like
to see a demo about a specific issue.
||Watch the 2009-1
online demos >>
Together with the release of PureCM 2009-1, we have also simplified
our licensing. PureCM licenses are now available in the following
1 user, 5 users, 10 users, 25 users, 100
The 1-user pack starts at $349, while all larger pack sizes include
a volume discount.
At the same time, the Starter Pack (5-user) and the 15-user
packs are no longer available.
Customers wishing to renew one of these license packs can do so
by purchasing a 5-user renewal (for a Starter Pack) or a 5-user
and 10-user renewal for a 15-user pack. All renewal prices have
been reduced to $69 per license to bring down future renewal costs.
Note that renewal prices only apply when licenses are renewed before
they expire. Please contact email@example.com
if you have any questions related to our updated pricing.
||See all renewal prices
DevWeek 2009 Impressions
PureCM exhibiting at DevWeek
This DevWeek exhibition was our first presence at one of the major
developer conferences. Our objective is to get closer to our customers
(and hopefully future customers), and an exhibition is an excellent
place to do so.
We have had very insightful discussions with various delegates
about their current issues in the area of SCM, while being able
to showcase our latest 2009-1 release.
Of course, there was also a fun part involved in it, but just have
a look at our blog.
The bowling theme was not chosen incidentially, and you might get
in contact with it again...
All in all, DevWeek has been a highly successful event, and we
are strongly considering to attend further conferences in the near
future - why not in the US? We will keep you up to date!
some more impressions >>
Did you know?
...that you can choose the type
of workspace in PureCM?
For maximal workspace performance when working connected to the
server, choose the light workspace. If you are frequently working
disconnected, choose the full workspace. >>
How do I do that?
...that PureCM supports continuous integration out-of-the-box?
PureCM has got native integration with FinalBuilder and offers
a free CruiseControl.NET plugin. The latter is available for download
on our website. >>
How do I do that?