Starting with the March 1, 2019 release, UrbanCode Velocity is using semantic versioning for product releases. The semantic versioning contains a three-part version number: major version, minor version, and patch. At any given time, only the latest two releases are available. Always download the latest version. For download information, see the Getting Started tab.
The following enhancements are included in each release. In addition to various bug fixes.
Key Features in 1.2.4
The last ten queries in the Query field are saved.
Key Features in 1.2.3
No new features.
Key Features in 1.2.2
No new features.
Key Features in 1.2.1
A new plug-in frame work allows UrbanCode Velocity plug-ins to be dynamically loaded in a container.
Key Features in 1.2.0
Development teams and DevOps transformation leaders can now visualize work moving through their value stream in real-time so that they can work to eliminate bottlenecks, reduce wait times to gain speed without compromising quality.
IBM UrbanCode Velocity integrates with many tracking, source control management, build, and test tools such as Jira, GitHub, BitBucket and SonarQube.
IBM UrbanCode Velocity’s Value Stream Visualization is built on the idea of configuration as code, which allows a user to customize their workflow using UrbanCode’s DevOps query language. This enables Velocity’s VSVl to mold,model and reuse pipelines, processes, and methodologies.
Beyond Value Stream Visualization, IBM UrbanCode Velocity 1.2.0 contains bug fixes and enhancements to existing Pipeline, Releases, and Reporting components such as improved integration with IBM UrbanCode Deploy and auto-promotion in IBM UrbanCode Velocity.
Plan & Prepare
For supported platforms and requirements you can dynamically generate a system requirements report using the Software Product Compatibility Reports (SPCR) tool.
Install the server
There are two option to obtaining the installation package: online installer and offline installer. Both options will require a master license key, which can be acquired from:
- IBM Passport Advantage – Use this option if you have purchased IBM UrbanCode Velocity.
- Trial Installation – Use this option if you would like to try IBM UrbanCode Velocity.
The online installer option for installing the product requires an internet connection for the entire process. It requires minimum storage for the downloaded package. The downloaded image contains only the Helm charts used to pull the product Docker images from a GitHub location. This is our recommended installation method.
After the download completes, start the executable file to begin the install process.
The offline installer process allows for installation of product without an internet connection. You’ll need a connection only to download the product image. All containers needed to successfully install the product are included. For this reason, the images requires more space when downloading.
The installation package is available from IBM FixCentral. Search and select the installation package appropriate for the installation platform.
After downloading the the installation package, decompress the contents into two directories, one for Kubernetes and the other for Docker Compose. The instructions for installing the server are located in the product documentation, see the Installation topic.
To obtain the product license key you must agree to the terms and condition statements provided on Passport Advantage. The license key is required to start the install process for the initial and future installations.
To learn more about IBM UrbanCode Velcoity, see the documentation.
For help installing or using IBM UrbanCode Velocity, post your questions in the UrbanCode forums.Tag your question with velocity.
To suggest an enhancement to the product, visit the RFE Community
For information from support, including FAQs, visit the IBM Support portal. You can configure the support portal to view information about specific products.