Harness Announces Major Updates To Its Open Source Module

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  • The release marks Harness’ first major contribution to the open source software community following its acquisition of Drone in August 2020
  • Additional updates to Harness CI Community Edition include New Dev Experience, Pipeline Execution Visualizations, Live CI Pipeline Debugging, Enhanced Governance and Security

Harness has announced major updates to its open source module, Harness Continuous Integration (CI) Community Edition (formerly Drone.io). It says that along with a new dev experience and user interface designed to mirror Harness’ industry-leading Software Delivery Platform, the release provides open source contributors with new pipeline execution visualizations, advanced governance and security controls, and live CI pipeline debugging capabilities, to build and test code in record time.

Brad Rydzewski, CEO and founder of Drone.io said, “Following the acquisition of Drone, Harness made it our mission to provide the OSS community with the investment and tools they need to simplify and accelerate software delivery. We’re proud to not only deliver on that message and meet the needs of today’s overburdened engineer, but do so with features that surpass proprietary vendors.”

New Dev Experience, Pipeline Execution Visualizations, Live CI Pipeline Debugging

The release marks Harness’ first major contribution to the open source software community following its acquisition of Drone in August 2020. Additional updates to Harness CI Community Edition include New Dev Experience, Pipeline Execution Visualizations, Live CI Pipeline Debugging, Enhanced Governance and Security. For Pipeline Execution Visualizations, Developers can understand exactly what pipeline steps are executing, when, and in what order – all using a visual map.

For Live CI Pipeline Debugging, ” Debugging builds that work on developers’ computers and not on the CI server can be a time consuming and difficult undertaking. With live CI pipeline debugging, developers can solve build failures occurring on CI instances quickly.:

Enhanced Governance and Security would make managers no longer need to add users and control access to pipelines via a command line or the API. The CI system is managed in a faster and less complicated user interface that is also scalable.

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