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Release Roundup - June 2024

Anna Daugherty
Anna Daugherty
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July 8, 2024

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Introducing Opsera’s GitHub Copilot Productivity Pulse Metrics

Gain Insights into Development Activity and Collaboration within the Copilot Impact Metric

SDLC Features and Enhancements

Salesforce Features and Enhancements

Welcome to the June edition of the Opsera Release Roundup, a monthly update on all of the great releases happening for the Opsera Unified DevOps Platform! 🎉

This month’s focus was on creating new capabilities to measure and improve the effectiveness and ROI of GitHub Copilot, enable seamless CPQ data transfer, and bolster our Salesforce and SDLC features.

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Introducing Opsera’s GitHub Copilot Productivity Pulse Metrics

To measure the cost and time savings associated with adopting GitHub Copilot, Opsera has introduced the GitHub Copilot Productivity Pulse metric. This metric allows organizations to project the benefits of implementing GitHub Copilot across their teams by providing insights into potential cost savings, time efficiency, and overall business value.

Users can input specific data to calculate the Productivity Pulse for their organization. The results offer valuable information on the potential ROI of using GitHub Copilot and can lead to increased productivity, efficiency, and cost savings, ultimately leading to enhanced business value. The Pulse metric can be enabled and disabled based on an organizational need through policy settings.

Gain Insights into Development Activity and Collaboration within the Copilot Impact Metric

New charts have been introduced to provide developers with more insights into their coding activities. The Copilot Impact Chart now displays the insights for commits and pull requests, along with the total number of times developers accepted suggestions from GitHub CoPilot.

  • Copilot Generated Code - Code generated by both the Copilot IDE and Copilot Chat.
  • Copilot Acceptances - Represents the total number of times developers accepted suggestions from both the Copilot IDE and Copilot Chat.
  • Commits - Indicates the total number of changes made to a repository by developers.
  • Pull Requests Accepted - Signifies the total number of pull requests that were merged into the main branch after review.

View Copilot License Activity in Opsera’s Copilot Reports

The Copilot License Activity metric enables you to review the GitHub Copilot usage in your organization to make informed decisions about seat assignment. This information encompasses all Copilot seat assignments for the organization that are currently being billed, including both active seats and those pending cancellation at the start of the next billing cycle.

Insights from the license activity can help in efficient allocation of GitHub Copilot seats within the organization based on actual usage patterns. The metric data is aggregated once a day by Opsera, ensuring that organizations have up-to-date information on their license activity. For more info, read here.

SDLC Features and Enhancements

Migrate Repository from Bitbucket to GitHub Enterprise Server

Opsera provides developers with the capability to migrate repositories from Bitbucket to GitHub Enterprise Server seamlessly. This migration process involves transferring various components like Git source code, commit history, pull requests, and more from one platform to another while ensuring the integrity of the version control system is maintained. For more info, read here.

Run AWS CLI Commands in Opsera Pipelines

Opsera Pipelines offer users the ability to execute AWS CLI commands within their workflows, enabling them to interact with and manage AWS resources directly through the command line interface. Users can define the specific AWS CLI commands to be executed within the Opsera pipeline, either as inline scripts, script files, or packaged scripts. This feature streamlines the process of managing AWS services and enhances automation capabilities within pipeline configurations. For more info, read here.

Build and Push Docker Images to Azure DevOps Repositories

In Opsera Pipelines, a workflow can be established for building and pushing Docker images to Azure DevOps repositories. This process involves the creation of a pipeline that builds and publishes Docker images to Azure Container Registry. During the setup of the pipeline, it is necessary to select the Azure DevOps repository and branch where the Docker images will be built and pushed.

Salesforce Features and Enhancements

CPQ Data Transfer

Enable seamless and efficient transfer of CPQ-related data between Salesforce organizations. Easily move configuration data, such as product bundles, discounts, pricing information, and other relevant details, and ensure that the CPQ system remains consistent across different stages of development or deployment. Learn more here

  • Streamline org setup and configuration for testing, development, and deployment.
  • Accelerate CPQ implementation
  • Reduce manual effort and minimize errors in data transfer.

View Live Salesforce Deployment Summary in Opsera Pipelines

Note: This functionality is only available until the step completion is over.

Opsera now offers a feature that allows users to conveniently monitor ongoing deployments directly from Pipelines. Users can analyze the total number of deployed components through chart views and access detailed information on the success and failure rates of component deployment. This real-time visibility enables users to promptly identify any issues or bottlenecks during the deployment process. For more info, read here.

Perform Refresh Tasks for Salesforce Sandboxes Using Opsera

Opsera’s Sandbox Refresh feature offers a comprehensive solution for performing post-refresh tasks in Salesforce Sandboxes, enabling administrators to efficiently manage their sandboxes while ensuring accuracy in their configurations. With features such as template creation, live activity logs, execution summary reports, and wizard selection views, admins can streamline the process of setting up sandboxes after a refresh. For more info, read here.

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