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CollabNet Announces TeamForge 7, Orchestrate

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CollabNet Announces TeamForge 7, Orchestrate

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On Monday, Collabnet introduced  TeamForge 7  for enterprise ALM as well as TeamForge 7 Orchestrate.  The latest version of TeamForge enables large, team-based methodology and development, and was built in response to growing industry need for additional testing tools that work with multiple deviations from existing Agile methodologies.  For example, TeamForge 7 Orchestrate allows users to trace changes to existing projects, code, etc. through node-based graph visualization.


TeamForge 7 Orchestrate, a new component for TeamForge, expands on integration concepts to provide an agent-based architectore to store transactional meta-data using MongoDB and RabbitMQ.  This enables TeamForge users to store and retrieve from popular third-party code repositories, such as Git.  Ultimately, TeamForge 7 is designed to connect various tools and activities among developers and across organizations, as well as automate enterprise agile, continuous delivery, and devops.  

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