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PRNewswire: OpenAvenue Collaborative Infrastructure Based on Open-Source Development Process...

Jul 17, 2000, 22:34 (1 Talkback[s])

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OpenAvenue, the leading Application Service Provider (ASP) for collaborative development solutions, announced today the release of the Second Edition of OAsis (OpenAvenue Source Infrastructure System). OAsis is a collaborative development infrastructure delivered via the Web that leverages successful elements of the open-source process to improve delivery of community-based, multi-site development projects."

"OAsis is designed for commercial companies needing to support geographically dispersed development teams and globally expand their development communities. OAsis makes it easy for project owners to publish source code and related content on a customized Website, manage submissions for changes to the code, and collaborate with other developers efficiently via the Web without having to invest in the costly purchase, integration and maintenance of disparate toolsets."

"Open Source is finally beginning to assert itself as a logical and cost effective means to manage the outsourcing of corporate IT development needs," said Evan Quinn, director of research at the Hurwitz Group. "Both project owners and development talent have been searching for a central repository for code, projects and talent pools. The open source community needs centralized infrastructure to reliably address these requirements. OpenAvenue's OAsis is poised to deliver just that solution."

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