Genuitec's Secure Delivery Center (SDC) gained some incredible buzz today during a session with CERN at EclipseCon France.

We've mentioned in previous blogs how CERN adopted SDC  to facilitate rapid tooling support  and ensure standardization of tooling used to create programs to communication with their Large Hadron Collider [LHC].  You can learn more specifics on their adoption of SDC  in our  CERN case study.

Now, we're following up their adoption story with feedback received from CERN's session at EclipseCon France.

Today, CERN shared with attendees key details on how they are using SDC to solve their unique software management concerns. Thus, providing a great foundation on how others can use SDC to manage Eclipse installs, open source software and proprietary software.

We're beyond thrilled with the reception and intrigue over SDC that has arisen from this session and look forward to talking with more of you how we can help you with your unique software delivery needs as well.

Here are some great tweets  found trending the web on CERN's session:


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Posted on Jun 5th 2013