The Datree blog is where we share important product updates and announcements, team and company news, and more. For a complete list of product updates, check out the changelog in the knowledge base.
A look at all the significant product updates, events, and milestones Datree has achieved in 2019.
Our secret pub crawl party during AWS Re:Invent conference in Vegas
What is the definition of DevOps? The bottom line: DevOps is about giving ownership to a person end-to-end in terms of how to build the software and ship it.
Datree is on GitHub Marketplace. if you’re already on GitHub, installing Datree is a seamless few-clicks experience, and the billing is unified with your other GitHub apps.
Datree can help maintainers ensure contributors follow rules like limiting commit subject lines to 50 characters so the entire commit message title will show on GitHub commits history UI.
If you ever tried to get developers to fill out a pull request description template, you’d want this policy rule from Datree.
Use Datree's Docker image policy rule to help Devs avoid using Docker images with security vulnerabilities, or deprecated images.
Using GitHub? Read this GitHub pricing guide: how to switch from per-repo to per-user pricing in the most cost efficient way
Last Friday a security breach involving git repositories was reported. Hackers broke into private repos across GitHub, GitLab, and Bitbucket, wiped them, and asking the
We've made Datree better: more policy rules like block out-of-date pull requests, ability to enable rule on any future new repositories, and more insights in status report.
I was working as a developer on a 3-person team. We all wrote in JS and could choose whatever open source we saw fit. Makes sense, right? Except we ended up with 3 parsers in a team of 3.
An interview with Alex Casalboni, a Serverless Champion, on the serverless technology, AWS Lambda, and DevOps.
When considering AWS Neptune one has to make sure a graph database is the best storage structure for the dataset. My thoughts from a recent AWS Summit TLV presentation.
Code components are the building blocks used to build applications, forming the basis of the code that creates your products. Example: NodeJS packages.