SEOUL, KOREA -- CollabNet, the primary sponsor of the Subversion® open source project and leading provider of distributed software development solutions, today announced that it will begin facilitating training courses for Subversion, the world's premiere Software Configuration Management (SCM) tool, at the Samsung SDS Multi Campus -- the largest training facility in Korea. Samsung SDS offers a wide range of business and technical training and certification services with more than 400,000 participants and courses from leading software vendors such as SAP, Oracle, Intel and PriceWaterhouseCoopers.
CollabNet's course will be titled "The Configuration Management Practical Affairs with Subversion," and will focus on basic knowledge of SCM and how it relates to Subversion. Classes are limited to 25 students and will be held monthly, starting October 23. The course subject matter is targeted to developers and Subversion administrators, who should expect to walk away with knowledge of Subversion basics and the latest use case examples and reference materials to optimize the usage and increase the efficiency of Subversion within their organization.
"In 2008, CollabNet has seen a rapid increase in the growth of Subversion use within the Korean market. To fulfill this growing demand, CollabNet is thrilled to partner with Samsung SDS as a part of its distinguished training programs and bring Subversion education to the Korean community," said Taki Katashiba, Vice President of Asia Pacific at CollabNet. "We will continue to develop more complementary, strategic partnerships throughout the Asia-Pacific region to evangelize the benefits of Subversion."
As global collaboration and version management becomes more essential to the software development lifecycle, Subversion is the open source tool of choice for distributed and multi-site development organizations with an estimated 2 million users around the world. CollabNet, the company that started the Subversion open source project in 2000, offers an enterprise-ready distribution of Subversion that includes certified binaries, platform-specific installers, certified plug-ins for other tools, and enterprise-ready add-ons.
With 1.5 million users, CollabNet leads the software industry towards a new era of collaborative software development. By connecting remote teams and integrating disparate development tools, the CollabNet platform simplifies distributed development, reduces infrastructure costs by more than 50 percent, and eliminates silos between isolated teams to speed innovation by 20 percent and more.
CollabNet is the company behind Subversion, the world's best version control and Software Configuration Management solution for distributed teams. More than 600 industry leading companies use CollabNet's solutions today, including Reuters, Philips Medical Systems, Capgemini, and Barclays Global Investors among others. Visit CollabNet at http://www.collab.net or get more information about Subversion at http://www.collab.net/subversion.
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