The Release Portfolio View provides a bird’s eye view of the entire hierarchy of releases. While authoring, this view provides clear understanding of the connections and dependencies between releases, even down to specific stages in each of the release pipelines.
The interactive, 3D SmartMap view pulls cluster data from Kubernetes to provide ground-breaking visibility and insight in a single view. It shows all the interconnected pieces of the Kubernetes topology: from clusters, to namespaces, to services, to pods, and to containers.
Pipelines in ElectricFlow orchestrate the flow of your software release process, providing governance, visibility and auditability. In this video, learn about pipeline concepts and modeling in ElectricFlow, covering pipeline stages, tasks, gates and running a pipeline.
Plan and releases with precision with start and end dates across stages, and planned vs actual views to understand progress and identify delays. Manage all of your releases and zero in on conflicts with calendar views across releases and environment reservations.
This video covers two deployment options in ElectricFlow, Smart Deploy and Artifact Staging. Smart Deploy will only deploy those artifacts that have changed since the last deployment, improving deployment times and reducing risk. Artifact staging reduces deployment downtime by ensuring all artifacts are downloaded and available on the targets before deployment starts.
When there is a failure during deployment, rollback in ElecitrcFlow automatically rolls the application back to a good version, improving mean time to recovery from failure. In this video, learn about rollback options and see a demo of automated rollback being triggered to recover from a failed deployment.
Environment Inventory provides visibility into what is deployed to each environment, with granularity down to the artifact versions on each individual resource. When troubleshooting an issue or performing auditing, the inventory comparison view makes it very easy to identify drift between environments and quickly hone in on the differences.
Environment reservations help you maintain control over your environments and avoid conflicts with multiple application deployments to the same environment. Calendar views of all reservations in an environment make it easy to plan and coordinate all activities.
Master components allow you to centrally define standardized best practices for your organization, with the flexibility to use them by reference or copy. A set of out of the box master components provide best practice starting points making it way to start deploying to common application and database servers