Pulse Surges for Eclipse with More Than One Million Developers on Board

Updated: September 15, 2010

"When we envisioned Pulse in 2007, we knew the developer community badly needed an easy technology to help manage their Eclipse tools," says Maher Masri, president and CEO of Genuitec, a founding and strategic member of the Eclipse Foundation. "Now with one million users, we can happily say Pulse is a great success story."

The Pulse advantage

One of the advantages Pulse is pushing out to its one million developers is the ability to manage four years of Eclipse platform technologies from a single dashboard, including Eclipse 3.0, also known as Helios.

Pulse, like many other powerful Eclipse-based technologies, continues to attract world-class developers to the Eclipse platform



That's no small feat, seeing how many enterprises standardize on older Eclipse versions, yet still demand an easy migration path to upgrade their projects, technical artifacts, and other mission-critical subsystems. Developers can even access Eclipse 3.7, also known as Indigo, as the milestones are rolled out in coming months.

This multi-year tool stack feature is part of the reason why Pulse has attracted so many Eclipse developers. Pulse is the only product on the market that supports this type of lifecycle-based stack management.

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