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CloudForge review by Ethan J.
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"Platform for fast and secure coding, connection and deployment "

What do you like best?

Excellent platform that by providing application development tools and services for developers, such as Git Hosting, SVN, that by focusing on the cloud has user access control and thus avoid unauthorized instructions to the information and data of the company, which is based on roles (RBAC) which ensures that each person has access to what is appropriate, it is also easy to implement in any IaaS and PaaS whose deployment is automated with just one click, accepts several types of protocols such as FTP, SCP, SSH and Rsync, ensuring a wide service coverage for different companies.

What do you dislike?

I had problems in an opportunity with the connections to the platform, which was intermittent, I could not work or access it during my working day, fortunately being a platform in the cloud I could access at night from another place, however I hope not reoccur as that can negatively impact the work.

Recommendations to others considering the product

The prices are quite attractive compared to other services, taking into account that it is a service in the cloud, has not been since we have been able to enter the platform from other places that are not the office, bringing as an advantage the increase of performance, it is noteworthy that the service offered by TeamForge which has allowed us to give applications their fair value according to the corresponding life cycle

What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

It is very convenient to work with cloudforge from the cloud, since they are very flexible with the service contract we could acquire it and use it without problems, it did not have to invest much since they offer a good plan that was very attractive for us, although we have had problems in the past with the connection to the platform, nowadays that situation has been left behind and fortunately we use it and it has offered us the opportunity to grow as it allowed the implementation in several servers in parallel with the help of cloudforge publisher

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CloudForge review by Benjamin T.
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"CloudForge for Source Control"

What do you like best?

Access to SVN, Bugzilla, and DAV hosting without having to set up a server, and responsive support. Lots of other tools we haven't made use of - they have added quite a lot in agile development since we started with them as CVSDude.

What do you dislike?

Some administrative functions require support assistance. They do not keep the Bugzilla version up to date.

What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

Having a secure, reliable source control an bug database is the foundation of any software endeavor, and for no investment, it allowed us to get started with only a monthly charge.

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