VMware has officially launched the latest version of its applications release automation and management platform, vReaize Code Stream v1.2. We break down what’s new with this release.
vRealize Code Stream allows developers and operation teams to release software more frequently and efficiently using build, test, provisioning and monitoring tools that already exist in their organisations. Code Stream is designed to allow development and operation teams to work more collaboratively to ensure applications are delivered more rapidly but are still reliable.
Here’s what’s new in VMware vRealize Code Strea v1.2:
- Conditional execution of pipeline tasks: Gives the ability to define conditional task execution at different stages of a software release pipeline. This means tasks are only executed when certain conditions are met.
- Continue pipeline execution on task failure: Alerts users at task configuration level to let them know if a task execution should continue when there is a failure.
- Integration with Microsoft Team Foundation Server (TFS): Supports configuration of one or more TFS endpoints. Users can build and test jobs configured in TFS can be done through a pipeline task.
- Jenkins plug-in for vRealize Code Stream: Code Stream pipelines can be invoked as a Jenkins post-build job.
You can find out more over at VMware’s Code Stream page.
[Via VMware Blogs]