PureCM goes ALM.
What does it mean for you? Put simply, we've developed a new layer that
extends the configuration management core, introducing new features:
- PureCM Professional now supports agile release planning
- 'Tasks' and 'features' are introduced to represent work items
that can be scheduled, assigned and tracked as part of release planning
Check the details below and download the 2010-1 beta to get a hands-on
experience. We'd love to hear from you on our new
PureCM 2010-1 Beta Available Now!
Introducing Agile Release Planning
- PureCM Standard and Professional will now support
new hierarchical objects to organise a repository more intuitively:
> 'Version' > 'Feature'
- PureCM Professional will support tasks that
can be scheduled against versions and/or projects, and assigned
to team members for completion
- PureCM Professional will introduce 'features'
that typically group a few tasks isolated on their own codeline,
automating creation, update and integration.
How does it all work? Get the white paper to learn
more about Agile ALM.
new discussion board to learn about the PureCM Roadmap
and leave your comments on the beta.
||Preview and download the
2010-1 beta >>
Supporting New DB Backends
As announced on the PureCM blog,
new database backends will be supported in the future. Based on
customer demand, we'll start supporting SQLite
with 2010-1; a free, embedded and cross-platform solution.
Next will be Microsoft
SQL Server shortly after the launch of 2010-1 to allow
administrators to make use of their SQL management tools and assure
Of course, the current proprietary database used in all PureCM
releases prior to 2010-1 is fully supported with 2010-1, so there
is no need to migrate existing databases.
the blog article >>
Did you know?
...that you can exclude individual
folders from source control from your workspace?
You can always use the server policy to exclude content to be downloaded
to client workspaces, but since 2009-2c defining this policy is
possible from your workspace.
How do I do that?
...that you can visually compare streams or folders between any
two points in time?
PureCM's 'compare' feature can visualise file and folder differences
between two streams, e.g. releases. Or you select a specific stream
or folder and define two points in time to see what has changed.
>> How do I do that?