Topic: cicd

New Wind River Studio release delivers automation across SDLC

Wind River announced the latest release of Wind River Studio, the company’s cloud-native platform for the development, deployment, operations, and servicing of mission-critical intelligent systems from devices to cloud. New additions include a customizable automation engine, digital feedback loop, enhanced security, analytics with machine learning capabilities and a DevSecOps pipeline.  “Wind River Studio delivers a … continue reading

SD Times news digest: GitHub Issues gets new beta features, Amazon CodeGuru announces new integrations, Brave launches Brave Search beta

GitHub announced new beta features within GitHub issues to connect planning directly to the work teams are doing and to flexibly adapt to their needs whether that’s through project tables that are built like spreadsheets, custom fields, a keyboard-driven command palette, improved task lists and issue forms. “Often, we find ourselves creating a spreadsheet or … continue reading

Continuous documentation pulls from the principles of CI/CD

Testing and the SDLC have evolved as a result of continuous integration and deployment becoming a popular method at organizations, but moving forward, organizations need to apply the same principles to documentation to keep developers up to speed.  This is according to the newly released Continuous Documentation Manifesto written by Omer Rosenbaum, the CTO at … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Appian’s low-code automation platform, Applitool’s Rally integration, and Jetpack Compose for Web

Appian announced that the latest version of the Appian Low-code Automation Platform will be generally available in June.  The platform offers a new code-free approach to unifying enterprise data, new collaboration features, DevSecOps capabilities and more.  The new Appian Intelligent Document Processing (IDP) delivers massive efficiency gains via straight-through processing of large volumes of unstructured … continue reading

Progressive delivery: Testing software through limited releases

Sometimes continuous delivery just isn’t enough for organizations that are constantly testing and adding features, especially those that want to roll out features to progressively larger audiences. The answer to this is progressive delivery.  The term progressive delivery was created in mid-2018 by Adam Zimman, the VP of Platform at LaunchDarkly, and James Governor, analyst … continue reading

JetBrains releases CI/CD solution TeamCity Cloud

JetBrains today introduced TeamCity Cloud, a managed CI/CD service designed for DevOps teams that don’t want to deal with maintaining and scaling their own infrastructure.  The cloud version is based on the original TeamCity and it shares a lot of the same functionality including integration with popular development tools, test intelligence and easy configuration, the … continue reading

Four key metrics for measuring DevOps productivity

A recent report found the four best ways to measure DevOps productivity is to look at: duration, mean time to recovery, throughput and success rate. According to the State of Software Delivery report from CI/CD platform provider CircleCI, companies who optimize on those four metrics are some of the most successful software companies out there.  … continue reading

Harness announces Continuous Integration Enterprise and Continuous Features modules for software delivery

CI/CD and DevOps tool provider Harness is preparing for the next-generation of software delivery with the announcement of two new modules at its {Unscripted} 2020 inaugural user conference this week. The new modules, Continuous Integration Enterprise and Continuous Features, are designed to enforce quality and compliance, reduce the time to remediate vulnerabilities, and provide continuous … continue reading

CD Foundation Opens First Annual CDCon with New Members and Community Growth

The Continuous Delivery Foundation (CDF), the open-source software foundation that seeks to improve the world’s capacity to deliver software with security and speed, today announced new members, community growth, and more at the start of their first annual CDCon. The event will be run fully virtually, broadening participation globally. CDCon Starts Today CDCon is a two-day virtual event … continue reading

SD Times news digest: React 17 released, Elyra reaches 1.0.0, and Emacs 27.1

The release of React 17 focuses on making it easier to upgrade React itself. The release contains no new developer-facing features. React 17 is a “stepping stone” release that makes it safer to embed a tree managed by one version of React inside a tree managed by a different version of React, according to the … continue reading

Jenkins graduates from the CD Foundation

The Continuous Delivery Foundation (CDF) announced that Jenkins is the first project to graduate by demonstrating growing adoption, an open governance process, feature maturity, and a strong commitment to community, sustainability, and inclusivity. Jenkins is an open-source automation server and CI/CD system that provides the ability to connect all tools and customize to fit any … continue reading

Breaking silos in Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery

Last year’s Gartner’s DevOps Hype Cycle states that DevOps Toolchain Orchestration is moving from the peak of inflated expectations to the trough of disillusionment. This means the market is moving at a fast pace towards actual productivity and scalability. We understand that we need to build a comprehensive strategy to address DevOps at scale, where … continue reading

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