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TeamForge Project Now Available For Codesion Users

CollabNet has announced the general availability of CollabNet TeamForge Project, an integrated suite of Web-based development and collaboration tools for Agile software development. The general availability release follows a four-month beta test by more than 100 organizations.

TeamForge Project is a component of CollabNet's Codesion Professional Edition product, a secure, instant-on developer cloud that enables developers to instantly provision Subversion, Git, and other code repositories, as well as bug tracking, Agile management, and full application lifecycle management capabilities.

TeamForge Project is fully managed and accessible from inside or outside the firewall. It features deep Subversion integration, enterprise-grade security, including unified role-based access control (RBAC), and integration with the Codesion platform's authentication, redundancy, and backup capabilities. Multiple TeamForge Projects may now be added to each Codesion Professional Edition account, support is now provided for CollabNet Desktop, and the product now has a 99.9% uptime SLA with guaranteed four-hour response. "There are few mature Cloud-based solutions for collaborative software development that offer enterprise-grade security, functionality, and support in a Web-based model optimized for the diverse needs of rapid-growth emerging enterprises," said Guy Marion, general manager and vice president, Codesion Cloud Services, CollabNet.

A live CollabNet TeamForge Project demonstration is scheduled for March 8, 2011 at 9:00 AM PST. Free registration is available at

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