CollabNet VersionOne Announced Spring 2018 Releases of VersionOne Lifecycle, Continuum, TeamForge SCM and TeamForge
May 09, 2018

CollabNet VersionOne announced the Spring 2018 Release of four solutions: VersionOne Lifecycle, Continuum, TeamForge SCM and TeamForge.

With this release, CollabNet VersionOne launches new capabilities that provide development teams with greater flexibility for planning and managing software delivery with confidence.

VersionOne Lifecycle provides agile planning and management at scale that enables teams at all levels — Enterprise, Portfolio, Program and Team — to collaborate, develop and deliver software faster. New usability improvements for agile planning and tracking include:

- Team Room: Vertical Drag Support for Storyboard Swim Lanes
- Team Room: Quick add story to board
- Milestones: Drag and Drop

Continuum is an enterprise-scale continuous delivery solution for accelerating the speed, reducing the risk and ensuring the quality of complex software deployments. It enables teams to visualize and measure the actual flow of business value (e.g., stories, defects, features, etc.), contained within delivery artifacts as they progress through both automated and manual phases of the enterprise value stream. New features and enhancements include:

- Configuration in Version Control
- Audit Compliance Reports
- TeamForge: Tracker Type
- Support for VSTS/TFS

TeamForge SCM gives organizations support for both Git and Subversion from a single platform and ensures compliance, governance and IP security across all source code-related activities. New features and enhancements include:

- Co-authors support
- Improved code reviewer suggestion
- Improved @mention user suggestion logic
- Gerrit support for High Availability

TeamForge provides application lifecycle management for enterprises utilizing traditional or bi-modal software development. It reduces the cost of development tools by providing a single platform that allows teams to streamline their software development processes and practices. New features include:

- Multiple LDAP authentication support
- Webhooks support for Tracker Artifacts
- Planning folder Freeze
- Delivery pipeline view in TeamForge (via Continuum)
- Security enhancements

"All of CollabNet VersionOne solutions are built specifically to enable customers to deliver better software faster — and ensure compliance, governance and IP security," said Flint Brenton, President and CEO at CollabNet VersionOne. "We do this by building software development solutions that unify agile and DevOps, which allow enterprises to have effective teams and optimal processes while using best-of-breed tools."

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