Continuous Delivery at Scale
Balance change and control of tightly coupled release trains
Maintain visibility of fast moving CD pipelines
1) Assess code quality as it moves along the delivery pipeline
2) Identify impediments and process inefficiencies
3) Establish traceability from inception to production
Expedite the hand off of new code from dev to test
1) Identify when new code is available for testing
2) Understand what changes new code contains
3) Facilitate on-demand test environments
Commit Code into Your Repository
Developers fix defects or code up a new feature and commit the code to your code repository.
Get Alerted Whenever New Code Gets Released
Plutora prompts when a code check-in is available and shows exactly what has been changed to ensure accurate test coverage.
On-demand deployment to test environments
Don't make fast moving test teams wait for an environment. Link CI jobs to test environments where builds are triggered on-demand.
Audit Your Deployed Releases
Track all code versions released across all applications for easy auditing.
A Few Use Cases
Actionable Real-Time Insights across Test Environments
'Feature Team' development introduced team-based deployment tools (for example, Jenkins and GitHub) but did not address application dependency tracking across large, integrated Test Environments.
With Plutora's Continuous Delivery Pipeline, release teams can visualize code deployments and continuous delivery pipelines across all end-to-end Test Environments.
Centralized View of the Release Pipeline
Traditional tracking methods don't give your team a single, real-time view of where and how a release gets deployed.
Plutora's Continuous Delivery Pipeline gives release teams an interactive, drill-down audit to track release pipelines from Git to Jenkins to Jira.
On-demand Deployment of Test Environments
Test and QA tools are inadequate for supporting continuous deployment and orchestration in complex test environments.
Plutora helps reduce dev/text cycle times with push button deployment of new builds into test environments.