Plug-in driven integrations are a central concept in UrbanCode Velocity – underpinning its power as a data aggregation, analysis, and reporting platform. UrbanCode Velocity plug-ins belong to a new generation of plug-ins designed to streamline installation and operation. As such, there are some key differences to point out. UrbanCode Velocity uses a containerized microservices architecture.
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With the release of UrbanCode Deploy 7.0.4, we have taken our first pass at adding Agent Relay Actions to the UI.
Learn how to easily add an application to an upcoming deployment with UrbanCode’s “Join Release” feature.
- Upgrade TomCat version
- Added comment and attachment icons to tasks
- Approve multiple phase approval using REST API
- Bug Fixes
- Various bug fixes and performance improvements
- Metric bar
- User interface ehancements
The UrbanCode product team is at it again with the second annual UrbanCode TechConnect Cleveland! This free event will be focusing on best practices, product features, and networking across the UrbanCode community and the world of DevOps. Join us after the event for dinner and more lively conversations. The seats are quickly filling up. TechConnect
Get a preview of the product enhancements in our upcoming release, UrbanCode Deploy 7.0.4.
Scroll down to see what UrbanCode will be giving away at the booth during the show! The DevOps Enterprise Summit in Las Vegas is just around the corner and we’re so excited to be featured as a sponsor. DOES Vegas brings together DevOps thought leaders, continuous delivery practitioners, and innovative developers for 3 packed
UrbanCode was a sponsor of the 6th Annual Back To School Mega-Meetup, hosted at The Cleveland Natural History Museum. The unique venue provided a picture-perfect display for UrbanCode, with the one-and-only Balto admiring the UrbanCode swag. This year also marks the 9th anniversary of Cleveland Big Data. The evening was full of networking and learning,
UrbanCode Velocity now allows real-time metrics to measure your process improvements. In today’s world of SDLC continuous improvement is a very common saying, with many teams using Agile as a methodology. Although many teams are implementing parts of Agile are they improving? The next question that might come to mind is improving which part of
The 2nd series of the conference for India DevOps community, DevOps India Summit 2019 (DOIS 2019), was held on August 31 and Sep 1st, 2019 at Bangalore. There were 400+ attendees and 10+ exhibitors, and speakers from around the globe attended the event. Microsoft, IBM, CollabNet, and few others conducted workshops and lightning talks on
Recommended fixes for Urbancode Deploy.
DevOpsDays Columbus is just around the corner and we’re so excited to be featured as a sponsor. From fledgling startups to established industry, the Midwest is home to a large, vibrant technology community. Central Ohio, in particular, has been a flurry of activity in the past several years, drawing attention from around the globe. The
Release management is a fundamental aspect of making changes to enterprise software environments, whether those changes are toward applications or infrastructure. It’s important to secure a repeatable process for doing so, especially when releases become more complex across various teams and business units. UrbanCode Velocity offers an easy to use, templatized release management solution, with
As DevOps evolves, engineering leaders face demands way beyond CI/CD automation. This infographic looks at the industry’s top challenges (and ways to solve them), including effectively scaling, delivering business results, and increasing productivity in software teams.
Customer Use Case We are using version and snapshot statuses extensively in our UrbanCode Deploy governance model. We designed a set of generic processes for applying statuses and verifying them before deployments. How can we make sure users do not subvert the system and run these processes directly? We want to ensure the processes can
The UrbanCode team had a busy week at DevOps World | Jenkins World 2019 in San Francisco. We were so excited to show off UrbanCode Velocity, the first of its kind value stream management platform that integrates with all of your tools, bringing your DevOps data together once-and-for-all. “Connect the dots” To celebrate the launch
With the release of UrbanCode Deploy 7.0.3, we introduced the Distributed Front End (DFE) capability (you can read more about the new architecture here). In general, the DFE server can be used at no cost to provide resiliency to your UrbanCode Deploy setup. The DFE server allows companies to distribute user load through a load
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