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ABSTRACT:

Git, an open source distributed version control system, is heavily focused on your developer productivity and making it easier for them to isolate and deliver change to their peers. Having a tool that makes developers’ lives easier is very important, but are modern enterprises ready to adopt an entirely new model of working, possibly sacrificing the process management and security aspects of traditional software change and configuration management (SCCM)?

Read this white paper to weigh the pros and cons of using Git to develop open source software. Learn how its ability to provide local repositories with repository replications makes it architecturally more scalable than many SCCM systems if you use it within an enterprise-ready SCCM context.

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