New persona-based UI feature tailors ElectricFlow to all DevOps use cases
Our last release of ElectricFlow introduced the concept of “DevOps Your Way” with the Kanban-style view, unlimited tagging and the CI Dashboard. Today we are doubling down on that functionality with the ElectricFlow Winter ’19 release.
Now you can “Choose Your Own DevOps.”
ElectricFlow now provides persona-based UI enhancements, new pipeline and release automation options, and new service catalog updates to encompass and support all DevOps use cases in the enterprise.
Companies of all sizes can now unlock the value of ElectricFlow even faster with a simpler and accelerated onboarding process. In turn, organizations can increase day-to-day efficiency and productivity for IT professionals by making the unified platform more user-friendly and personalized to each team member.
Choosing Your Own DevOps
The new persona-based customizable UI in ElectricFlow enables multiple users within an organization to tailor menus and options to their specific role. Putting this level of control in the hands of each user unlocks the value of ElectricFlow faster, and gives everyone real-time access to the exact same information in a way that speaks to an individual’s responsibilities.
Bookmarks and Personal Task Lists
ElectricFlow also includes an improved landing page experience that is more task oriented and intuitive. Users have the ability to add bookmarks/favorites for faster access to their desired pages, and easier access to personalized tasks and approvals.
Pipeline and Release Triggers
With new pipeline and release triggers, ElectricFlow can now automatically kick off pipelines and releases in a simple, and easy way, based on user created events/triggers and code check-ins in Git.
Approve by Mail and Release Replays
For even greater insight and control, the new “approve by email” feature creates a one-click, secure and convenient solution for gate approvals and manual task completion directly from an email without having to log into the ElectricFlow platform. With RCC date ranges, teams also have the freedom to go back in time to compare releases and trends based on any date range with a user-friendly functionality similar to a DVR service.
There are plenty more features for choosing your own DevOps packed into the Winter ’19 release. Sign up for our What’s New webinar on February 28th to see for yourself.
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