Many organization utilize Apache Subversion (SVN) – an open source version control system that helps software developers view both current and logged versions of files – because it is relatively safe, simple to use, and supports the needs of a wide variety of users. However, when developers are working in distributed locations across the globe, a number of performance issues are likely to ensue.
Fortunately, these organizations using Apache Subversion have a better option for reducing the software’s latency and downtime issues: WANdisco’s SVN MultiSite.
This Forrester Consulting Total Economic Impact™ (TEI) report reveals the results of a recent study investigating the impact WANdisco SVN MultiSite had on a Fortune 500 company that utilizes the product in the US, UK, and India.
View now to uncover how this study concluded that SVN MultiSite – which, fueled with WANdisco’s patented replication technology, provides the performance, scalability, and availability needed to enable LAN-speed globally distributed subversion – generated an ROI of 357% with a payback period of less than two months by:
- Increasing developer productivity by reducing latency
- Increasing developer productivity during debugging
- Recovering same-day work after server outages
- Avoiding the purchase of real-time backup solutions