Plutora Feature Release Notes for July 23, 2018

Features Included in the July 23, 2018 Release

Regional Release Schedule

Region Schedule
Asia-Pacific July 23, 2018
Europe July 25, 2018
Americas July 25, 2018

Functionality Enhancements

Plutora Analytics now has more than doubled its data cube count.

“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.

Cascade your date changes to other Deployment Plan Activities.

“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.
Add your own custom NodeJS script integrations.

“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.
External API calls are now allowed from custom javascript.

“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

Release Manager’s filters have been enhanced.

“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

New users now get an email notification.

“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

Test Cases now show associations

“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

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