Build better with the right repos for your projects.
Security and Performance
Collaborative coding wins — don't sacrifice security for it. Assembla is built on mission–critical tech and is monitored 24/7 by a world class DevOps team.
As developers ourselves – who use Assembla's Subversion (SVN) and Git every day – we've worked tirelessly to make sure the system is super fast. Check out our uptime.
Code, Your Way
Different teams prefer different tools. Some like Subversion, some like Git. If you're building games or working in rich–media, you use Perforce.
With Assembla, you can work in all repo types in all projects. Mix and match as you need without changing your workflow.
Code & Projects: Together
We understand the pain of switching between developing and project management.
Our project management software was built for developers on top of our first core product ten years ago: repos. Since then, we've concentrated on integrating awesome project management features for all members of the project team and stakeholders.
Code in the cloud or go private.
Hosted code works great — especially for distributed teams or teams with external collaborators. What if you have sensitive data that just can’t leave your network; or you're working with files too large to be moved efficiently in the Cloud?
Assembla works on your private infrastructure and comes with full project management to boot.
#1 Hosted Subversion Provider
For over a decade, Assembla has been the world’s #1 hosted Subversion provider.
SVN has an established position in the development world. If you have compliance, security, or traceability requirements, there are simply no other repo technologies that solve these issues.
Perforce, Git, and Hg
Gamers and media companies — do you have super large files? Are you unable to live with shared–hosting performance? Perforce can help you with its class–leading support for massive files. If you're a Git shop we have the stack you need: from blame tools, to complex branching, to large–file support. We believe your workflows shouldn't need to change stacks based on what's "trending". Plenty of teams still trust Hg. With Assembla get any repo, unlimited, all–of–the–time.