Infographic: Perforce vs Subversion

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Infographic: Perforce vs Subversion

  1. 1. WHY SWITCH TO PERFORCE TODAY? PERFORCE SUBVERSION VS PERFORCE SUBVERSION While Subversion’s upfront licensing costs are zero, it slows productivity and forces you to spend valuable resources on code management issues resulting from its suboptimal workflows, poor scalability, and outdated functionality. The net loss in productivity is far more costly than licensing proprietary SCM. Perforce offers a compelling solution for those looking to regain productivity lost to Subversion. It's a proven integrated platform, optimized for Agile and continuous styles of product delivery. Perforce’s professional services teams ensure that your migration to Perforce is as low impact as possible. CONCLUSION Open source products such as Subversion are not “free.” They come with hidden costs, such as lost productivity, delayed products, and increased maintenance that have the potential to be an order of magnitude more expensive than the savings in an upfront license fee. We invite you to try Perforce for free (for up to 20 users) at www.perforce.com. Copyright © 2014 Perforce Software Inc. All rights reserved. All trademarks or registered trademarks used herein are property of their respective owners. PRODUCTIVITY Easy merges, straightforward release management Known issues with merging and branch management PERFORMANCE Proven to be dramatically faster Slow for most common operations GLOBAL TEAMSPerforce offers a filtered replication to enable fast global access No built-in caching or replication technology is available SECURITY Built-in powerful access control and auditing facilities Zero out-of-box NATIVE GIT Supports both central workflow and distributed workflow Offers only traditional central workflow SCALABILITY Installations of 10,000 and more users and petabytes of data Struggles with large repositories and file sizes, limited to about 250 users and 1 TB of data

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