Latest CollabNet TeamForge Release Helps Enterprises Speed the Development and Delivery of Quality Software

Customers Building out Agile Programs can Connect Teams and Processes through Stronger, End-to-End Visibility and Traceability

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. – Aug. 17, 2016CollabNet®, a global leader in enterprise software development and delivery solutions that help customers create high-quality applications at speed, today announced the latest version of its TeamForge platform. New capabilities offer improved visibility and traceability that connect various development teams during every stage of the application lifecycle. It allows for greater flexibility to design workflows, stronger support for Git pull requests and code reviews, and new support for JFrog Artifactory Pro, the increasingly popular version control system for binary artifacts.

"TeamForge improves enterprise software delivery speed and quality by drastically increasing collaboration and cross-functional visibility of processes. Quite simply, it eliminates many common causes for delays and holdups across enterprise software development and delivery processes," said Flint Brenton, CEO at CollabNet. "It eliminates process silos, unifies popular tools and connects lifecycle functions. Now with extended capabilities such as powerful enterprise version control, organizations have the ability to control their code better and stand behind it with greater confidence."

New TeamForge capabilities include:

  1. Scale Git for the Enterprise for Version Control
    TeamForge now includes a common UI for pull requests and Gerrit code reviews, an improvement on the Gerrit native UI. New functions allow for mass delete as well as a resurrect option, ensuring greater protection and security.
  2. Integrate Tools to Extend the Connected Platform
    With new JFrog Artifactory Pro integration and enhanced integration for Jenkins, along with new artifact import options, TeamForge continues to lead the way as an open, extensible and flexible platform.
  3. Improve Team Collaboration
    TeamForge helps globally distributed teams connect with project activity streams and other powerful collaboration tools, with new support for EventQ Activity Streams – a Slack/Facebook style news feed of EventQ events and activities from trackers, Git, SVN, Gerrit and all third-party configured activity sources. It also supports @mentions and in-line code reviews and inline commenting on lines and blocks of code.

The core of TeamForge has always been distributed team collaboration, knowledge sharing, code re-use and software lifecycle visibility and governance. These latest improvements support that vision, making it easier for companies to scale with Agile and better streamline the entire software delivery lifecycle. As the company's flagship product, TeamForge is recognized for supporting and integrating leading dev tools, including JIRA Software and Chef, offers advanced reporting capabilities and best-in-class enterprise SCM capabilities. Many of the largest and most dynamic software organizations, including government agencies such as the Department of Defense, deploy TeamForge to gain true enterprise agility through Agile, DevOps and Continuous Delivery initiatives.

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About CollabNet

CollabNet helps enterprises and government organizations develop and deliver high-quality software at speed. CollabNet is winner of the 2016 Best of Interop Award and the "Best in Show" winner in the ALM and Development Tools category of the SD Times 100 for 13 consecutive years, recognizing TeamForge for its innovation. Also a gold winner of the 2016 Golden Bridge Awards, CollabNet offers innovative solutions, provides consulting and Agile training services, and proudly supports more than 10,000 customers with 6 million users in 100 countries. For more information, please visit

Press Release
August 17, 2016