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3 Tools to Improve the Security & Speed of Your SDLC

Sergiy Golub on April 1, 2019

An Assembla Quarter in Review

Over the last quarter, our development team at Assembla has been hard at work bringing global development groups the tools they need to secure their SDLC, collaborate more easily, and ship awesome code. In case you missed them, here is a quick recap of the three most significant feature and integration releases we launched in Q1-2019:

1. Recently used devices management. 

Our most recent security release, recently used devices management introduces a crucial layer of access control to Assembla by allowing Assembla users to monitor the list of authorized devices that have been active on their account, and remove any outdated or unrecognized device sessions with a single click. Effortlessly manage up to 20 device sessions from one central location.

2. Intuitive Project Management: Sprint planning and nested tickets.

Our new and improved Cardwall helps you streamline your team’s workload and workstream-planning for maximum visibility and efficiency. By giving Assembla users the flexibility to view the columns of their Tickets Cardwall by Status, Assigned User, or Sprints (Milestones)—including Subtasks nested beneath their parent/related Story task—this update to Assembla’s Project Management toolset helps teams to plan more easily, stay on track, and deliver projects smoothly. These filters can be utilized simultaneously, giving project managers the power to intuitively oversee their team’s sprints from planning to completion without needing a different tool or layout.

3. Assembla/TestRail integration.

Best-in-class version control, meet best-in-class test management. The new Assembla integration with TestRail allows global dev teams to use Assembla and TestRail together to release better, more secure code. Developers can attach test runs from TestRail to an Assembla ticket and view the current status of test cases for each run, while the QA team can seamlessly engage TestRail’s comprehensive and customizable test runs against code committed to their team’s Assembla Git, SVN or Perforce repositories and automatically report their results in Assembla.

Stay tuned for our next release coming up this week and, as always, let us know what else we could do to help your team write secure, remarkable code!