Git for the Enterprise
Software development organizations, universities and colleges, independent freelance developers; pretty much every software developer has heard of Git. Git is an open-source version control system that has been designed to be easy to use, light-weight, and most importantly fast. Developers who use Git love it for the reasons noted above, and given the fact that it is free, there is a desire to use Git in many software development organizations. The reality is that it’s not that simple.This webinar explores the strengths and limitations of Git within enterprise software development organizations. We discuss optimal implementations for Git, how it should be leveraged, and where Git alone comes up short. During the webinar, we share how development organizations can work towards their Continuous Integration and Delivery goals while allowing developers the freedom to use Git. Finally, we delve into how AccuRev’s GitCentric helps scale the version control capabilities of Git to enable software organizations to fully realize their development potential. Specifically, we explore:
- How we enable true issue-based development with Git
- What is needed to layer enterprise security and access control on top of Git
- Methods for ensuring compliance and auditability when using Git
- Why adding process visualization and control will scale your Git workflow
- What it takes to know the true state of code within the enterprise
You will learn the steps needed to secure and scale Git within your enterprise and ensure your company's longevity.
Brad Hart AccuRev
As Vice President of Product Management, Brad Hart is responsible for all aspects of AccuRev’s product strategy. Brad brings over 18 years experience in high tech companies, specializing in software engineering process, design and implementation. Brad has previously held technical leadership roles at Nervewire Corporation, Eprise Corporation, and Rational Software, where he was responsible for the design, implementation and support of complex development environments and processes. Brad also served as a Design and Mechanical Engineer at Texas Instruments, United Technologies and Stratus Computer, developing products for Airbag, ABS, Traction Control, Steering, and Transmission systems as well as Propulsion design for Aerospace systems. Brad earned his B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute in 1994 and his UNIX System / Network Admin, C, C++ Certification from Worcester Polytechnic Institute in 1998.