This new integration enables your team to track exceptions and other anomalous events with your existing Jira workflow so nothing slips through the cracks.
Create Jira Issues from Verification Events
Not a Risk will be treated as known events in the future while those with a priority can fail deployments and trigger alerts from 24/7 Service Guard based on alert thresholds.
Conditional Pipeline Stages
Pipeline stages can now be disabled or executed conditionally: With this new capability you can:
- Temporarily turn off pipeline stages stages to edit or troubleshoot them.
- Conditionally run a workflow based on user input or a variable value determined while running the pipeline.
SpotInst Elastigroup for AWS Support
While there is nothing basic about it, the following deployment types are supported: Basic, Blue/Green, and Canary.
For more information and detailed instructions, check out our SpotInst docs. Your team budget will thank you.
We're excited to introduce custom dashboards! Remember all those times you were wondering how your software delivery performance is doing? Now, you have answers.
Built-in dashboard widgets allow you to quickly report on key DevOps maturity metrics. If you've read Accelerate, then you obviously know that your four vital metrics are:
- lead time
- deployment frequency
- change failure rate
- mean time to restore
You can extensively customize your dashboards with different grouping, filtering, and visualizations.
So now, you can show up to your status meetings with real DevOps metrics. Go ahead, show them who's boss.
Hey Hackers, we have a gift for you.
It's now possible to programmatically access your Harness account using the Harness GraphQL API. Built-in documentation and a query console are available at Setup → Harness API Explorer.
For full details, see our Harness API docs.
And, if you show us the cool project you built, we might fly you out to San Francisco to grab lunch with the Harness team! Kidding. Maybe though. It depends on how cool the project is.
It'll come out of the marketing budget, so who cares.
Helm Chart for Harness Delegate
It's now possible to install the Harness delegate in a Kubernetes cluster using a Helm Chart.
For more information and detailed instructions, see our Helm delegate docs.
BTW, the Rancher logo literally is a cow. How cool is that? Almost as cool as our canary logo, I suppose.
Continuous Verification Strategies, Tuning, and Best Practices
The document explains the available strategies (Previous, Canary, Predictive) and provides best practices for using each as well as for setting analysis duration, wait periods, and algorithm sensitivity.
Harness now supports tagging application components with key/value pairs to help you organize, search, and filter them. Tag values can be restricted to a pre-defined list and all applications of a particular tag can be easily viewed in the new Tag Management setup screens.