Features Included in the July 23, 2018 Release
Regional Release Schedule
“As a user of Plutora, I want all my data to be in data cubes so I can use it to create reports in Plutora Analytics.”
New Plutora Analytics Cubes
- Now, Plutora Analytics has 33 data cubes, up from 13.
- Data cubes vary per customer. For example, customers who do not use Release Custom Fields will not have a cube for them.
“As a Deployment Manager, when I change the planned date and time of one of my Deployment Plan Activities, I want my changes to ‘cascade’ to successor Activities so I don’t have to change them manually.”
Deployment Plan Activity Cascading Date Changes
- Previously, if users changed the date and time of a Deployment Plan Activity, the date and time of successor Activities remained the same.
- Now, when users change the date and time of a Deployment Plan Activity, they can choose to change the start and end dates of all successor Activities by the same amount as their change.
“As a user, I want to upload, schedule, and execute my own NodeJS script that will deliver a customized integration between Plutora and other external applications.”
Integration Hub – API
- Previously, the Plutora developers had to create custom integrations for customers.
- Now, administrators can upload, schedule, and execute their own NodeJS integration scripts with Integration Hub – API.
“As a user, I want to retrieve Plutora data for my IM forms and Dashboards. Now I can, using external API calls made from custom JS scripts.”
Call External APIs from Custom JS Scripts
“As a user, I want to run a Query Builder filter and then see the parent and child Releases associated with the results.”
Release Manager UI Enhancement
“As a QA Manager, when I add a new user to Plutora Test, I want them to get a notification email so they can activate and manage their new account.”
New User Email Notifications
- Previously, new users did not receive notification that their account had been created.
- Now, new users receive an email notification so they can activate their account and create a password.
“As a Test Manager, when I open a manual or automatic Test Case, I want to see what Test Plans and Requirements are associated with the Test Case.”
Test Cases Associations