Since its first release in April 2005 by Linus Torvalds, Git has become the world’s most popular source code management system for developers. Git is also gaining traction within the enterprise. Thirty three percent of respondents to a 2014 enterprise survey by Forrester Consulting indicated that 60% or more of their code is currently stored and managed by Git-based systems. Git has become popular because of its easy branching model, flexible workflows, and distributed architecture. But Git has a scaling problem–performance takes a major hit with a large number of developers and build servers.

In celebration of Git’s upcoming 10-year anniversary, we’re excited to announce the general availability of Stash Data Center, the only collaborative Git solution that massively scales. With active-active clustering, high performance, and instant scalability, Stash Data Center is ideal for growing organizations.

 

“We chose Stash Data Center for our 3,000+ developers due to its ability to scale easily with concurrent users while also providing better performance, uninterrupted access to the application, and the ability to grow without downtime” said Frederick Ros, Head of Software Development Engineering, Amadeus. 

In addition to Amadeus, Stash Data Center customers include Cisco, Blackboard, Splunk, Ciena, and one of the biggest tech titans who shall remain unnamed. And we’re just getting started.

Scaling Git with Stash Data Center

As an organization rolls out Git-based solutions to more and more teams, the volume of traffic from developers and build servers can increase rapidly, putting pressure on resources. Stash Data Center can handle greater application throughput during periods of sustained or peak demand, so additional users and builds will not affect overall application performance.

Stash is used by more than 13,000 organizations worldwide

Since we introduced Stash in May 2012, we’ve seen it adopted by organizations of all sizes. NASA’s Ames Research Center, for example, adopted Stash for their work with the FAA, whereas Orbitz, the leading travel company, migrated to Stash for faster, smoother software development. Today, Stash is used by more than 13,000 organizations (paid customers) worldwide including large enterprises such as Samsung, EMC, Netflix, Intuit, and Barclays Capital, and small startups like Pinger, Metromile, and Kaazing.

Simple pricing for Stash Data Center

We have kept Stash Data Center pricing very simple – it costs $24,000 per year for every 1,000 users. We don’t charge on a per-node basis so add as many nodes as you want. No complex pricing, no hidden fees, and no haggling.

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Stash Data Center is the most scalable Git solution available on the planet. It’s enterprise-grade secure, extensible, collaborative, and most importantly, a solution that grows with your business. And that’s just the beginning – there’s lot more goodness waiting for you with Stash Data Center.

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