CollabNet Launches Free Continuous Delivery Webinar Series for Enterprise Cloud and Agile Development

Series of Six Webinars Will Cover Best Practices and Tools for Successful Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery Implementations; Free Registration Available Now

BRISBANE, Calif., Nov. 7, 2011 — CollabNet®, the leader in enterprise Agile development in the Cloud, today announced a new webinar series on Continuous Delivery. The “Closing the Agile Loop” series consists of six free webinars that will provide attendees with suggested best practices and case studies on how to deploy Continuous Delivery pipelines in a step-by-step process. Senior systems architect Darryl Bowler and senior consultant Brian Dawson will present the practical advice, case studies and common tools that IT organizations can use for successful Continuous Delivery implementations in the enterprise. The first webinar in the series, “Continuous Integration (CI) 101,” is now available for on-demand replay at: (http://www.open.collab.net/webinar/108/).

Business leaders worldwide recognize the need to automate the software delivery processes to increase predictability, reduce risk, drive cost savings and improve alignment between development and IT operations. CollabNet helps enterprises become more Agile and responsive through its TeamForge® ALM platform and Agile project management application, ScrumWorks® Pro. CollabNet also provides workshops to help companies start CI projects and automate the build management process using Hudson/Jenkins. Complete information on the workshops can be found at (www.collab.net/getCI).

“Together with our enterprise customers we have developed a set of continuous integration practices that scales tools and processes from the workgroup to IT operations,” said Bowler. “This webinar series will outline proven cloud-based Continuous Delivery practices that development and IT professionals can use to streamline the delivery process.”

The November edition of the series, “Keeping Track: Version Control & Change Management for CI,” will address issues management, Subversion and Git best practices that are proven to maximize value in a CI process and lower technical debt.

WHO: CollabNet senior systems architect Darryl Bowler and CollabNet senior consultant Brian Dawson.
WHAT: “Closing the Agile Loop,” a free monthly webinar series on Continuous Delivery for the enterprise.
WHEN: October 2011
“Continuous Integration 101”
On-demand replay available at (http://www.open.collab.net/webinar/108/)

Thursday, November 17, 2011, 9a.m. -10a.m PDT
“Keeping Track: Version Control & Change Management for Continuous Integration”
Free registration: (https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/434629494)

December 2011 (Date and time TBA)
“End of Ticketing Hell: Integrating Code Quality”

January 2012 (Date and time TBA)
“Closing the Agile Loop: Continuous Feedback”

February 2012 (Date and time TBA)
“Beyond Continuous Build: Build Grids”

March 2012 (Date and time TBA)
“Continuous Delivery: The Last Mile”

For more information, please visit http://visit.collab.net/getci_webinar.html.

About CollabNet

CollabNet is the recognized leader in enterprise Cloud development, powering global software development for over 7,000 companies, from workgroups to enterprises. As the company that spawned from deep open source roots with the sponsoring of industry-leading Subversion, we are dedicated to leveraging collaboration, Agile methods, and Cloud computing to transform the way software development organizations develop and deploy applications, in their cloud or ours. Through this transformation, CollabNet clients have recognized improved productivity by up to 70% and reduced their cost of software development by up to 80% due to the implementation of highly Agile and enterprise-wide collaborative and distributed techniques. Our solutions include TeamForge®, the industry-leading Agile ALM platform for distributed developers, ScrumWorks® Pro Agile project management, Subversion Edge for managed SCM, and Agile training and transformation services. For more information, please visit www.collab.net.

Press Release
November 07, 2011