A Flurry of DevOps, Agile Software Development Announcements
GitLab, Shippable, Gartner and others have made announcements related to DevOps and Agile.
by DevX Staff
Aug 29, 2016
Several vendors recently made announcements related to DevOps and Agile software development, and eWeek put together a quick rundown:
Shippable launched an updated version of its continuous deployment software that includes release management, multi-cloud support, a declarative pipeline language and a unified view across all application pipelines.
Unisys has signed a $232 million contract to build new software for the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) in a cloud computing-based DevOps environment. In July, it signed a similar $12.6 million contract with the U.S. General Services Administration’s (GSA) Public Buildings Service (PBS).
Gartner said that the market for application release automation (ARA) software grew from $20 million in 2010 to $219.7 million in 2015 and will continue to grow 20 percent per year through 2020. It also said that CA Technologies' CA Release Automation is a leader in the ARA market.
GitLab released an Agile software development tool called Issue Board that provides real-time visibility of project issues.
Scrum.org hired Kurt Bittner as vice president of enterprise solutions.
Blueprint Software released Storyteller for JIRA, which automatically generates user stories and acceptance criteria and pushes them into the JIRA project management software.