Tools such as automated test; code scanning; continuous integration and delivery; build management; application performance monitoring and security scanning tools, are typically not artifact systems of record. Instead, the operation of these tools often result in an important event such as a test or build failure; or the identification of a security vulnerability that should result in an artifact being created and managed in another tool. When these events occur, Tasktop can be configured to create or modify an artifact in one of the connected lifecycle tools, using the Gateway Integration.  For example, when an automated test fails or a security scanning tool finds a vulnerability, a defect can be automatically created in the organization’s defect tracking tool. In addition, this information can be streamed to a connected database, enhancing the ability to create reports with data from the full lifecycle.





DevOps Automation Tool Examples


IT Automation/Provisioning/CI/CD Tools

  • Chef 

  • Puppet

  • Jenkins

  • Hudson

  • Ansible

  • Salt

  • Atlassian Bamboo

  • uDeploy

  • Travis-CI

  • Thoughtworks Go

  • OpenMake

  • CA Release Automation (formerly Nolio)

  • XebiaLabs DeployIT

  • JetBrains TeamCity

  • Vagrant 

  • Windows Powershell 


Build Management Tools

  • uBuild
  • Ant
  • Maven
  • Snap
  • Grunt


Test Automation

  • Selenium
  • HP UFT
  • Conformiq
  • Cucumber


Source Code Management/Revision Control

  • Git
  • GitHub
  • BitBucket
  • Subversion(SVN)
  • CVS
  • Perforce


Code Analysis Tools


Code Review


Application Performance Monitoring (APM)

  • New Relic
  • AppDynamics
  • Dynatrace
  • Compuware APM
  • CA APM (formerly Wily)