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All right, let's take a look at Perforce. Perforce is a centralized version control system with a new distributed add-on called Git Fusion. We're only going to locate the centralized version because Git Fusion actually requires a separate server in order to run it. Whether it's virtualized or real, it allows you to use Git as a front end for Perforce. For up to 20 users or 20 workspaces, Perforce is free. And of course then there are commercial licenses which I believe are sold on a per seat basis. There's also a cloud-based version that you can use in the trial basis.
And you can find that to link you see here on the screen. This link will also live in the Links.rtf file in the exercise files folder. And also here's the link to download the local version that gives you that up to 20 users 20 workspaces for free. So let's move on and install the Perforce Server and the Perforce client.
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