Discover Bitrise's new Utilization Insights, a powerful feature enhancing the Insights add-on for optimal mobile development team resource management. It offers comprehensive dashboards on infra usage, workflow counts, concurrency and queues, and billing cycle summaries to improve your resources' management.
This blog post dives into DevSecOps, the approach that blends DevOps, security, and operations into a cohesive security strategy. It focuses on the impact of DevSecOps on mobile software development and underscores the significance of prioritizing security from the get-go.
Dive into the essentials of DevOps and Mobile DevOps. This blog post covers the DevOps core principles, the differences between DevOps and Mobile DevOps, and the integration of security and engineering practices, alongside answers to common DevOps questions and a glossary of terms.
Identify where cache hits go wrong with a first glance thanks to our easy-to-understand UI and colorful cache hit trendlines. In addition, easily set up alerts and get notified when your cache hits go below your desired threshold.
Partnering with LaunchDarkly, we’ve integrated feature flags into Release Management, bringing you a more transparent and centralized solution for your mobile app releases.
Engineering Managers, Team Leads and Product Managers can now identify and address collaboration inefficiencies before they escalate. Using metrics such as pull request cycle time and merge frequency, you can pinpoint bottlenecks more quickly, quantifying Git collaboration and enhancing overall productivity.
In this blog post, we dive into the top five developer struggles associated with maintaining self-hosted CI/CD hardware, and present solutions offered by Bitrise.
Learn about the latest updates to our user roles and permissions. This update introduces a revamped permissions structure, shifting control to admins for assigning release manager roles and enhancing overall platform security.
Bitrise now offers comprehensive support for building with Unity software, streamlining the development for Apple Vision Pro spatial computer mixed realities, mobile gaming, metaverses, and immersive AR/VR worlds.
Xcode 15 is set to introduce significant stack updates potentially impacting workflows. With these updates, while underlying components or tools may change, testing with Edge Stacks is essential to anticipate and adjust for these shifts.
Bitrise has introduced a new feature that allows you to connect to your code repositories using a private link, simplifying the way you build apps. With this update, you have more control and security, and the process is quicker and less complicated, making managing workflows easier.
We urge users not on private or dedicated plans to test their builds on Xcode 15 with the Edge stacks before September, 2023.