Replacing ClearCase: Lessons Learned from Cadence Design Systems
LIVE WEBINAR: NOVEMBER 2

They didn’t think migrating off their legacy version control system would be difficult. They thought it would be impossible.

 

For Cadence Design Systems, the multinational electronic design automation (EDA) software and engineering services company, moving off ClearCase was an important but daunting goal.

 

They knew a modern, flexible system would foster innovation and help them keep up with rapidly evolving customer demands. But, they had a highly customized environment and wanted to preserve the data they’d accumulated over the years.

 

It wasn’t easy. But, with Perforce, it was possible.

 

How? Find out.

 

Join Cindi Hunter, Director of Configuration Management and Tom Tyler, Senior Consultant at Perforce Software, and learn about their highly successful migration process, which includes:


  • Defining the scope of your migration given your unique environment.
  • Determining a migration strategy to preserve sophisticated branching strategies, custom tools, and important data.
  • Ensuring you get the migration support you need from your new vendor.

 

Bring your questions. At the end of the webinar, we’re hosting a live Q&A.

 

Sign up to hear the lessons learned replacing ClearCase by one of the top electronic design automation companies in the world.

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Thursday, November 2
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Cindi HunterCindi Hunter, Director of Configuration Management at Cadence Design Systems

Cindi Hunter is the Director of Configuration Management at Cadence Design Systems. Cindi has been working in configuration management for 22 years and has a master’s degree in computer science from Fitchburg State College.

Tom TylerTom Tyler, Senior Consultant at Perforce Software

Tom started his career at the NASA Kennedy Space Center and has consulted as a software developer and development environment architect in many software development organizations. Tom trains, mentors, and consults with Perforce customers large and small on topics such as branching strategies, application life cycle management, high availability and disaster recovery, configuration management, systems integrations, build automation, and more.