Webhooks

Have you ever been in the middle of development and had to open FlexDeploy to manually initiate a project build, slowing down your process? There’s a new solution to automate this and prevent some of the back and forth between applications that might be needed today. Flexagon offers a browser extension for sending webhooks to

FlexDeploy 5.5.0.3 includes new plugins, platform and existing plugin enhancements, usability improvements, and bug fixes. Here are some highlights. New Plugins – There are new plugins for PeopleSoft, OpenShift, and JFrog Xray. This is an example of the bread and depth of the FlexDeploy support for technologies, including COTS/package applications, containerization, and static code analysis.

In the spirit of continuous delivery, we release new versions of FlexDeploy monthly. FlexDeploy 5.5.0.2 is the second release in the FlexDeploy 5.5 series. FlexDeploy 5.5.0.2 includes new plugins, platform and plugin enhancements, usability improvements, and bug fixes. Here are some highlights! Webhooks Enhancements – Includes features to improve webhook build management and insights to

Service and change management tools are a vital part of the software delivery process, providing an efficient and auditable way to manage changes and track incidents. FlexDeploy has out-of-box integrations with popular service management tools like ServiceNow, BMC Helix Remedyforce, Freshservice, and Jira ITSM. FlexDeploy also has an option to easily create a custom integration

FlexDeploy includes an out-of-box integration with a popular tool in the development toolchain – Azure DevOps! This article will focus on Azure Boards and Azure Repos, but FlexDeploy also integrates natively with Azure Key Vault. Azure Repos FlexDeploy’s integration with Azure DevOps goes beyond the basics, focusing on the use of webhooks to ease the

The following is a summary of the information covered in the webinar: Transforming FlexDeploy with Webhooks. The on-demand recording can be accessed here. What is FlexDeploy? FlexDeploy is a DevOps platform supporting full Build Automation, Deployment Automation, and Release Orchestration. This means FlexDeploy handles the software delivery life cycle (SDLC) from source control to the

Our new outgoing webhooks feature allows users to subscribe to certain events that occur within FlexDeploy. One of these events is the workflow completed event. This means that when a workflow is completed you can use FlexDeploy’s growing library along with groovy code to execute a script. Today let’s look at one use case for

As the DevOps world strives to get more and more automated, approvals are one aspect that still require a button push. However, this doesn’t mean we cannot make the process easier. With the Release of FlexDeploy 5.4 it is easier than ever to configure FlexDeploy Approvals with Slack, or any messaging service for that matter.

In Part I of this series, we saw the value in adding webhooks for managing builds at the project level. In this blog article, we will examine a thorough example for managing releases based on Jira and Bitbucket events. By the end, Jira webhooks will be configured to manage release life cycle and packages in

Does your current development process involve constantly going back and forth updating statuses between applications? Do your developers have to initiate a build after they make changes, or wait until source control is polled for the build to initiate? Do you feel like you are manually configuring many parts of your release as changes are