The most productive teams

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Team Edition is the version of Plastic SCM for teams up to 15 members that want to host their own server

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The most productive teams

What is Team Edition

Team Edition is a version of Plastic SCM specifically engineered for team up to 15 members. It includes all key features required by compact teams and excludes the corporate-level ones to offer a compelling pricing schema.

Plastic SCM Team Edition is a full version control stack that includes:
On-premise server

On-premise server

The ability for team to run their on servers on premise.

GUIs and CLI

GUIs and CLI

GUIs and command line for macOS, Linux and Windows.

Git-interop

Git-interop

Including the ability for Plastic to act as a Git Client, a Git Server, and perform fast-import/fast-export.

Unity and Unreal

Unity and Unreal

Plugins for the most popular game development platforms: Unity and Unreal.

IDE integrations

IDE integrations

Visual Studio, Eclipse, IntelliJ and more.

Integration with Issue Trackers

Integration with Issue Trackers

Integrations with the most popular issue trackers . Jira, Mantis, Bugzilla and more.

DevOps orchestration

DevOps orchestration

Team Edition can do DevOps orchestration through the mergebots technology.

Built-in Code Review

Built-in Code Review

To ensure each task branch and bugfix is reviewed prior to test and merge.

CI/CD integrations

CI/CD integrations

Integrations with CI/CD systems. Including Bamboo, Jenkins and TeamCity.

Support & onboarding

Support & onboarding

Full access to our support team. This alone is worth the subscription ;-) You won't find a more talented and dedicated team in the industry. It is not just about the software; it is about how we help you making the best out of it.

Why Team Edition

The key to successful software development are teams capable of deploying to production a continuous flow of stable and trustable changes.

To achieve it, teams need proper discipline, practices and a culture of collaboration.

But they also need the right tools.

Work needs to be split into meaningful granular tasks. Each task is implemented, code reviewed, tested through automated tests, and deployed.

Task branches are the core of Plastic SCM. They are the reason why the product was created in the first place.

If you need to implement task branches as the foundation of a continuous delivery process, then Plastic SCM Team Edition is for you.

Learn the "perfect workflow"

Read about it in the Plastic Book online here

Or grab a copy of the book in PDF. It is free!

How Team Edition compares to Enterprise and Cloud

Cloud Edition Team Edition Enterprise Edition
Centralized Yes Yes Yes
Distributed Yes Yes Yes
RDBMs storage1 SQL Azure on Cloud + Jet locally SQLite, SQL server CE, MySQL, Firebird Team Edition + MySQL and SQL Server
Cloud Yes
This is what Cloud Edition is about
Yes
Cloud Extension
Yes
Cloud Extension
Unity/UE plugins Yes Yes Yes
Git client Yes Yes Yes
Git Server Yes Yes
Shelves Yes Yes
Delete changesets Not once you push to Cloud Yes Yes
Mergebots Yes Yes
Server-side triggers Yes Yes
LDAP integration Yes
Proxy server Yes
WAN transfer Yes
High scalability2 Yes

1 Currently we recommend Jet, our ad-hoc, blazing-fast, repository storage system. It is the storage deployed by default and the one that offers a better performance. Plastic an still work with standard RDBMs that range from SQLite to SQL Server and MySQL. Corporations sometimes require to use their standard system, and that's why Enterprise Edition is the only one with SQL Server and MySQL support.

2 High scalability engine included in Enterprise Edition. Servers that need to support heavy load (millions of requests per day) and high performance requirements (repos in the TB range with hundreds of users) are better served by the high scalability engine included in Enterprise Edition.

Remember we can help you selecting the right Plastic SCM Edition

Who is using Team Edition

From small indie studios with just two members dreaming on their first hit, to seasoned teams inside corporations evangelizing their peers about Plastic. There is a wide variety of compact teams worldwide who choose Plastic as the foundation to build their workflows upon.

Want to learn why teams choose Plastic SCM instead of Git?

Read this blogpost to find out why many companies prefer to pay for Plastic even when there are free alternatives.

How Team Edition works

Very simple — install a Plastic Server on one of your servers (normally a virtual machine) and install a license there. The server can be Linux, Windows or macOS.

Then install the client software. Linux, macOS and Windows supported, GUIs and command line.

You only need to install the license on the server.

How Team Edition works

Supported scenarios

Centralized

The team can work centralized, with developers just doing checkin to the central server. It will be fast whether they are in the local network or working remotely from home (or visiting a customer and making last-hour fixes).

Supported scenarios centralized

Distributed

The team can also work distributed, where each developer has local repos and push pulls to the central server (or even to other colleagues).
This is pure DVCS style (or Git-style if you prefer).

Supported scenarios dixtributed

Mixed

And, of course, the team can use a mix of centralized and distributed even when working on the same project! This is great because it gives team members the choice to stick to their preferred workflow, simply do what they are most comfortable with.
Options like multi-site (push/pull between central servers on different locations) are also supported.

Supported scenarios mixed

Cloud extension

You can add Plastic Cloud to your Team Edition. You just pay for the storage, no extra cost, and you can add an extra Cloud server to your setup. Ideal for teams spread across different places and with members working remotely. Learn more about Cloud Extension here.

Cloud extension

Want to learn more about distributed and centralized?

Read the Plastic Book online here

Or grab a copy of the book in PDF. It is free!