GitHub Integration

The integration of Rally Software with GitHub and Jenkins gives the development team complete control over the codes being committed in the source code repository. It also creates complete traceability for all workitems in Rally Software. With complete traceability for each workitem in the ecosystem, it is easier for enterprises to fulfil compliance requirements.

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GitHub – Rally Software & Jenkins Integration Overview

In an Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) ecosystem, the choice of systems and the collaboration between the cross-functional teams play a great role. While the choice of systems impacts the productivity of a team, the cross-functional collaboration brings in collective wisdom to take better decisions, faster.

Best-of-breed systems such as Rally Software, Jenkins, and GitHub bring rich functionalities to the ecosystem. When GitHub is integrated with Rally Software and Jenkins, all stakeholders have real-time visibility into the commits made by the development team. It is also easier to enforce authentic commits against each work item and access the changes/edits made to the commit files from Rally Software itself.

How GitHub – Rally Software – Jenkins integration is beneficial for an enterprise

  • Track commit volume, track commit trends and edits/changes to commit files in real time
  • Enforce authentic commits to make sure each commit is happening against a scheduled and open workitem
  • Eliminate manual effort to close Rally Software workitem by automating the state transition on GitHub commit

With GitHub + Rally Software + Jenkins integration, enterprises can:

GitHub Rally Software Jenkins Integration

How OpsHub Integration Manager integrates GitHub, Rally Software, and Jenkins

OpsHub Integration Manager integrates Rally Software with GitHub and Jenkins. It ensures that all data is available to each user, in that user’s preferred system, with full context, in real-time. All the details related to a commit made against a work-item in Rally Software can be tracked from Rally Software itself. For example, for each commit that development team makes in GitHub, GitHub synchronizes a ‘commit entity’ linked to the specific requirement id back to Rally Software. Each ‘commit entity’ includes information such as ‘who did the commit?’, ‘when was the commit done?’, and ‘which part of the code was committed?’. The integration of Jenkins also ensures elimination of developer’s effort to close Rally Software workitem by automating the state transition on GitHub commit.

Popularly synchronized entities

GitHub Rally Software Jenkins Entities Mapping

Use Case: GitHub integration with Rally Software and Jenkins

Problem statement: No control on backlogs getting committed – therefore, anyone can commit on a defect that is not even present in the active sprint.

Solution: : If GitHub, Rally Software, and Jenkins are integrated using OpsHub Integration Manager, then OpsHub Integration Manager can put a check that user can only commit on a defect that is present in active sprint.

  1. A developer works on a ‘user story’ in Rally Software and runs a test case against it. The test case passes.
  2. The developer then commits against the ‘defect’ in GitHub.
  3. As the ‘defect’ against which the developer has committed is not in active sprint, when Jenkins runs a pre-scheduled test on it, the commit fails.
  4. The status of the commit synchronizes to Rally Software.
GitHub Integration with Rally Software Jenkins

Benefits of integration for GitHub and Rally Software users

GitHub users

  • Each commit can be traced back to its respective workitem at any given point in time from GitHub itself
  • Enforced checkpoints ensure that no mandatory steps/checks are missed while making a commit – this leads to high success rate for commits

Rally Software users

  • Complete traceability from Rally Software to source code in GitHub
  • Visibility into the volume, quality of commits, and commit trends in real-time
  • Reduced dependency on manual communication to track the completion of a task
GitHub Integration

The integration of Blueprint with GitHub ensures completely traceability of all work-items. With this integration, the product management team can easily track commit trends and volume.

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GitHub – Blueprint Integration Overview

In an Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) ecosystem, the choice of systems and the collaboration between the cross-functional teams play a great role. While the choice of systems impacts the productivity of a team, the cross-functional collaboration brings in collective wisdom to take better decisions, faster.

Best-of-breed systems such as Blueprint and GitHub bring rich functionalities to the ecosystem and make the work of the product and development team easier. With Blueprint and GitHub integrated within the ecosystem, product development has real-time visibility into the commits made by the development team. It is also easier for them to enforce authentic commits against each work item and access the changes/edits made to the commits from Blueprint itself.

How GitHub – Blueprint integration is beneficial for an enterprise

  • Track commit volume, track commit trends and edits/changes to commit files in real time
  • Enforce authentic commits to make sure each commit is happening against a scheduled and open workitem

With GitHub + Blueprint integration, enterprises can:

GitHub Blueprint Integration

How OpsHub Integration Manager integrates GitHub and Blueprint

OpsHub Integration Manager integrates Blueprint and GitHub bi-directionally. It ensures that all historical and current data is available to each user, in that user’s preferred system, with full context, in real-time. All the details related to a commit made against a work-item in Blueprint can be tracked from Blueprint itself. For example, for each commit that the development team makes in GitHub, GitHub synchronizes a ‘commit entity’ linked to the specific requirement id back to Blueprint. Each ‘commit entity’ includes information such as ‘who did the commit?’, ‘when was the commit done?’, and ‘which part of the code was committed?’.

Entities that can be synchronized between GitHub and Blueprint

GitHub Blueprint Entities Mapping

Use Case: GitHub integration with Blueprint

Problem statement: Lack of commit traceability in the Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) ecosystem can lead to compliance as well as other issues.

Solution: If Blueprint and GitHub are integrated using OpsHub Integration Manager, there will be complete traceability for each requirement in the ecosystem.

  1. The Product Manager creates a ‘business requirement’ in Blueprint.
  2. The development team works on the requirement, tests it, and then commits it in GitHub against the ‘requirement id’ specified in Blueprint.
  3. For each commit that happens from the development team, OpsHub Integration Manager synchronizes a ‘commit entity’ linked to the specific requirement id back to Blueprint. Each ‘commit entity’ includes information such as ‘who did the commit?’, ‘when was the commit done?’, and ‘which part of the code was committed?’.
GitHub integration with GitHub

Benefits of integration for GitHub and Blueprint users

GitHub users

  • Each commit can be traced back to its respective workitem at any given point in time from GitHub itself
  • Enforced checkpoints ensure that no mandatory steps/checks are missed while making a commit – this leads to high success rate for commits

Blueprint users

  • Complete traceability from Blueprint to source code in GitHub
  • Visibility into the progress of development work, the volume and quality of commits made with full context, in real-time
  • Reduced dependency on manual communication to track the completion of a task
GitHub Integration

The integration of Jira with GitHub and Jenkins gives the project management team complete control over the codes being committed in the source code repository. It also creates complete traceability for all workitems in Jira. With complete traceability for each workitem in the ecosystem, it is easier for enterprises to fulfil compliance requirements.

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GitHub, Jira, and Jenkins Integration Overview

In an Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) ecosystem, the choice of systems and the collaboration between the cross-functional teams play a great role. While the choice of systems impacts the productivity of a team, cross-functional collaboration helps the teams get complete context of the business requirements.

Best-of-breed systems such as Jira, Jenkins, and GitHub bring rich functionalities to the ecosystem. When GitHub is integrated with Jira and Jenkins, all stakeholders have real-time visibility into the commits made by the development team. It is also easier to enforce authentic commits against each work item, and access the changes/edits made to the commit files from Jira itself.

How GitHub, Jira, and Jenkins integration is beneficial for an enterprise

  • Track commit volume, track commit trends and edits/changes to commit files in real time
  • Enforce authentic commits to make sure each commit is happening against a scheduled and open workitem
  • Eliminate manual effort to close Jira workitem by automating the state transition on GitHub commit

With GitHub, Jira, and Jenkins integration, enterprises can:

GitHub JIRA Jenkins Integration

How OpsHub Integration Manager integrates GitHub, Jira, and Jenkins

OpsHub Integration Manager integrates GitHub, Jira, and Jenkins bi-directionally. It ensures that all historical and current data is available to each user, in that user’s preferred system, with full context, in real-time. All the details related to a commit made against a work-item in Jira can be tracked from Jira itself. For example, for each commit that development team makes in GitHub, GitHub synchronizes a ‘commit entity’ linked to the specific requirement id back to Jira. Each ‘commit entity’ includes information such as ‘who did the commit?’, ‘when was the commit done?’, and ‘which part of the code was committed?’. The integration of Jenkins also ensures elimination of developer’s effort to close Jira workitem by automating the state transition on GitHub commit.

Entities that can be synchronized between GitHub and Jira

GitHub JIRA Jenkins Entities Mapping

Use Case: GitHub Integration with Jira and Jenkins

Problem statement: No control on backlogs getting committed – therefore, anyone can commit on a defect that is not even present in the active sprint.

Solution: If Jira, GitHub, and Jenkins are integrated using OpsHub Integration Manager, then OpsHub Integration Manager can put a check that user can only commit on a defect that is present in active sprint.

  1. A developer works on a ‘defect’ in Jira and runs a test case against it. The test case passes.
  2. The developer then commits against the ‘defect’ in GitHub.
  3. As the ‘defect’ against which the developer has committed is not in active sprint, when Jenkins runs a pre-scheduled test on it, the commit fails.
  4. The status of the commit synchronizes to Jira.
GitHub Integration with JIRA Jenkins

Benefits of integration for GitHub and Jira users

GitHub users

  • Each commit can be traced back to its respective workitem at any given point in time from GitHub itself
  • Enforced checkpoints ensure that no mandatory steps/checks are missed while making a commit – this leads to high success rate for commits

Jira users

  • Traceability for business requirements throughout the ALM tool chain
  • Direct visibility into customer issues and their priorities
  • Visibility into the volume, quality of commits, and commit trends in real-time
GitHub Integration

The integration of Azure DevOps (VSTS) with Jira and GitHub ensures complete traceability of all workitems in the ecosystem. With this integration, the product management team will have real-time visibility into all defects, commit trends, and commit volume.

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GitHub – Azure DevOps (VSTS) – Jira Integration Overview

In an Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) ecosystem, the choice of systems and the collaboration between the cross-functional teams play a great role. While the choice of systems impacts the productivity of a team, the cross-functional collaboration helps the teams get complete context of the business requirements.

Best-of-breed systems such as Azure DevOps (VSTS), Jira, and GitHub bring rich functionalities to the ecosystem. By integrating Azure DevOps (VSTS), Jira, and GitHub, the product development team will have real-time visibility into the defects logged by QA team and commits made by the development team. It is also easier for the product development team to enforce authentic commits against each work item, and access the changes/edits made to the commits files.

How Azure DevOps (VSTS) – Jira – GitHub integration is beneficial for an enterprise

  • Track commit volume, track commit trends and edits/changes to commit files in real time
  • Enforce authentic commits to make sure each commit is happening against a scheduled and open workitem
  • Eliminate manual effort to close Jira or Azure DevOps (VSTS) workitems by automating the state transition on GitHub commit

With Azure DevOps (VSTS) – Jira – GitHub integration, enterprises can:

GitHub Azure DevOps (VSTS) JIRA Integration

How OpsHub Integration Manager integrates Azure DevOps (VSTS), Jira, and GitHub

OpsHub Integration Manager integrates Azure DevOps (VSTS), Jira, and GitHub – all systems with each other bi-directionally. It ensures that all historical and current data is available to each user, in that user’s preferred system, with full context, in real-time. All the details related to a commit made against a work-item in TFS can be tracked from TFS itself. For example, for each commit that development team makes in GitHub, GitHub synchronizes a ‘commit entity’ linked to the specific requirement id back to TFS. Each ‘commit entity’ includes information such as ‘who did the commit?’, ‘when was the commit done?’, and ‘which part of the code was committed?’. The Project Management team can also view the development progress and commit details from TFS itself.

Entities that can be synchronized between GitHub, Azure DevOps (VSTS), and Jira

GitHub Azure DevOps (VSTS) JIRA Entities Mapping

Use Case: GitHub Integration with Azure DevOps (VSTS) and Jira

Problem statement: : No control on backlogs getting committed – therefore, anyone can commit on a bug which is not even present in the active sprint.

Solution: If Azure DevOps (VSTS), GitHub, and Jira are integrated using OpsHub Integration Manager, OpsHub Integration Manager will be able to track commits and send notifications to the relevant stakeholders when changes are made to the code base.

  1. During a Quality Assurance (QA) test, a quality control team member logs a ‘defect’ in Jira. The ‘defect’ also gets synchronized to Azure DevOps (VSTS) as a ‘bug’.
  2. The development team receives the ‘requirements’ and starts work on it.
  3. The developer works to resolve the ‘bug’ in Azure DevOps (VSTS).
  4. The quality control team, then, runs a test case against it. The test case passes.
  5. The quality control team changes the status of ‘bug’ to ‘resolved’. OpsHub Integration Manager, automatically, makes this update to the associated defect in Jira.
  6. The development team, then, commits the changes in GitHub.

Note: Any change made to the code base before the defect is resolved will be notified to the development and quality control teams, giving them complete control to revert the change.

GitHub Integration with Azure DevOps (VSTS) JIRA

Benefits of integration for GitHub, Azure DevOps (VSTS), and Jira users

GitHub users

  • Each commit can be traced back to its respective workitem at any given point in time from GitHub itself
  • Enforced checkpoints ensure that no mandatory steps/checks are missed while making a commit – this leads to high success rate for commits

Azure DevOps (VSTS) and Jira users

  • Traceability for business requirements throughout the ALM tool chain
  • Direct visibility into customer issues and their priorities
  • Visibility into the volume, quality of commits, and commit trends in real-time
GitHub Integration

The integration of Digital.ai Agility (Formerly VersionOne) with GitHub and ServiceNow provides the project management team complete traceability for any ticket (Incident, problem, or defect) raised by a customer.

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GitHub – Digital.ai Agility – ServiceNow Integration Overview

In an Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) ecosystem, the choice of systems and the collaboration between the cross-functional teams play a great role. While the choice of systems impacts the productivity of a team, the cross-functional collaboration helps the teams get complete context of the business requirements.

Best-of-breed systems such as Digital.ai Agility (Formerly VersionOne), ServiceNow, and GitHub bring rich functionalities to the ecosystem. When GitHub is integrated with Digital.ai Agility and ServiceNow, all stakeholders have real-time visibility into the commits made by the development team. It is also easier to enforce authentic commits against each work item and access the changes/edits made to the commit files from Digital.ai Agility itself.

How GitHub – Digital.ai Agility – ServiceNow integration is beneficial for an enterprise

  • Track commit volume, track commit trends and edits/changes to commit files in real time
  • Enforce authentic commits to make sure each commit is happening against a scheduled and open workitem
  • Eliminate manual effort to close Digital.ai Agility & ServiceNow workitems by automating the state transition on GitHub commit

With GitHub – Digital.ai Agility – ServiceNow integration, enterprises can:

GitHub Digital.ai Agility ServiceNow Integration

How OpsHub Integration Manager integrates Digital.ai Agility, GitHub, and ServiceNow

OpsHub Integration Manager integrates Digital.ai Agility (Formerly VersionOne) with GitHub and ServiceNow bidirectionally. It ensures that all historical and current data is available to each user, in that user’s preferred system, with full context, in real-time. All the details related to a commit made against a work item in Digital.ai Agility can be tracked from Digital.ai Agility itself. For example, for each commit that the development team makes in GitHub, GitHub synchronizes a ‘commit entity’ linked to the specific requirement id back to Digital.ai Agility. Each ‘commit entity’ includes information such as ‘who did the commit?’, ‘when was the commit done?’, and ‘which part of the code was committed?’. The support team, using ServiceNow, is also up-to-date with the status of a ticket (Incident, problem, or defect) raised by a customer.

Popularly synchronized entities

GitHub Digital.ai Agility ServiceNow Entities Mapping

Use Case: GitHub Integration with Digital.ai Agility and ServiceNow

Problem statement: Lack of commit traceability means development and support teams must manually update their systems after successful commit against a workitem.

Solution: : If Digital.ai Agility (Formerly VersionOne), GitHub, and ServiceNow are integrated using OpsHub Integration Manager, the build results will be automatically synchronized to all the integrated systems.

  1. A support team member logs an incident in ServiceNow.
  2. The development team traces it as a ‘defect’ in Digital.ai Agility.
  3. The development team works on the ‘defect’ in Digital.ai Agility and commits the changes against the ‘defect’ in GitHub.
  4. OpsHub Integration Manager synchronizes the commit information to Digital.ai Agility as a ‘change set’ in the associated defect.
  5. The change also reflects in ServiceNow.
GitHub Integration with Digital.ai Agility ServiceNow

Benefits of integration for Digital.ai Agility, GitHub, and ServiceNow users

GitHub users

  • Each commit can be traced back to its respective workitem at any given point in time from GitHub itself
  • Enforced checkpoints ensure that no mandatory steps/checks are missed while making a commit – this leads to high success rate for commits

Digital.ai Agility users

  • Traceability for business requirements throughout the ALM tool chain
  • Direct visibility into customer issues and their priorities No dependency on manual communication
  • Reduced dependency on manual communication to track the completion of a task

ServiceNow users

  • Access and real-time updates to the development status within ServiceNow
  • Easy to categorize and transfer customer tickets to Digital.ai Agility
  • No dependency on manual communication