Changelogs | Brainboard

Stay up to date with our product development by checking out our public roadmap changelog. We regularly ship new features and integrations, so be sure to check in weekly, monthly or quarterly to see what's new and how it can benefit you and your business.
✚🔗 Integrations
8 months ago

✚ Git integration: Bitbucket*

*Bitbucket is a Git-based source code repository hosting service owned by Atlassian. It allows users to store, manage, and collaborate on their source code projects, using Git as the version control system. Bitbucket supports both public and private repositories, and provides features such as pull requests, code review, and issue tracking to help teams collaborate on code development.
The feature of integrating Bitbucket into the workflow means that users can now connect their Bitbucket repositories to other tools and services that they use, so that their code and development process can be seamlessly integrated into their overall workflow. This could include integrating Bitbucket with continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) tools, project management tools, or other code collaboration tools.

For example, users could connect their Bitbucket repository with a CI/CD tool like Jenkins to automate the process of building, testing, and deploying their code. They could also connect Bitbucket with a project management tool like Jira to track issues and tasks related to their code development process.

By integrating Bitbucket into Brainboard, users can streamline their development process and increase efficiency by eliminating the need to manually switch between different tools and services. Additionally, it can also facilitate collaboration and communication among team members by connecting their tools and services.

✚🔗 Integrations
about 1 year ago

🚀 GitHub Integration

Integration of GitHub and GitLab with Brainboard. Brainboard is a tool that allows users to design and manage their infrastructure as code. With this new native integration, users can now automatically push the code generated by Brainboard to their preferred Git-based repository, such as GitHub or GitLab.

This integration allows users to benefit from the capabilities of Brainboard, such as visualizing their infrastructure and generating Terraform code, while also being able to store their code in a trusted repository. By storing their code in a repository, users can take advantage of features such as version control, code review, and collaboration.

Brainboard already supports other Git-based repository hosting services, such as Bitbucket and Azure DevOps. This means that users have multiple options for where to store their code and can choose the repository hosting service that best fits their needs and workflow.

The feature also states that Brainboard continues to integrate the infrastructure with today's workforce, without jumping the whole team into Gits. This means that users can use Brainboard to design and manage their infrastructure as code, without needing to be experts in Git or other repository hosting services. This feature is meant to make it easy for users to take advantage of the benefits of infrastructure as code, even if they don't have a lot of experience with Git or other repository hosting services.