Parabuild 3.1 Provides Parallel Multiplatform Builds For Game Developers

Mountain View, California - February 6, 2007 - Viewtier Systems, Inc., today announced the release of Parabuild 3.1. Parabuild is a continuous integration and software build management server that helps software organizations reduce risks of failures of projects by providing practically unbreakable daily and nightly builds. This major release introduces parallel multiplatform builds and includes over 15 various enhancements. A free, fully-functional 30-day evaluation of Parabuild is available at http://www.viewtier.com/downloads.htm.

An ability to build and test on various operating systems and computer architectures is critical to organizations developing multiplatform software such as computer and video games. Before, software companies had to spend months to establish working multiplatform build infrastructures. By providing parallel builds, Parabuild 3.1 helps to reduce this time to minutes.

"Parallel builds is the coolest feature we have added to Parabuild since introduction of remote builds", said Slava Imeshev, president of Viewtier. "The immediate application of parallel builds are multiplatform Continuous Integration and build acceleration through distribution of load to a build grid".

Additional improvements include simplified build status navigation, fine-grained build scheduling and integration with browsers of source code repositories FishEye and ViewCVS/ViewVC. To learn more about Parabuild, please visit http://www.viewtier.com/products/parabuild.htm.
About Viewtier Systems, Inc

Founded in 2004 and based in Mountain View, CA, Viewtier Systems is a software build management company dedicated to solving the problem of high risks of failures of software projects caused by broken code base. Viewtier founder and president Slava Imeshev is available for interviews and Q&A, and can be reached by phone at 650-223-3320 or via email at vimeshev@viewtier.com To learn more about Viewtier, please visit http://www.viewtier.com

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