Genuitec's Pulse team has been invited to showcase Pulse (of course), Genuitec's software configuration and distribution tool, at this year’s Cisco ToolaPalooza. Taking place in San Jose from April 22-23, the event brings together internal and external software testing and development tool vendors and professionals.

Genuitec will be exhibiting Pulse's capabilities and chatting up Cisco engineers about its ability to thrive as a complete software management solution that delivers everything from custom tool stacks with full catalog control to complete end-user application distribution within a company or to end users.

With Pulse, enterprises can enjoy complete control over what software is being used internally, how it's used, who is using it, and how everything is updated and maintained. Whether the install is for 500 internal developers to 200,000 end users, Pulse can handle the load.

Thanks for invite Cisco, we’re happy to share details about our goods with your community.

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Posted on Apr 13th 2009