This feature is available in Enterprise and Ultimate editions.
Delivery at a Glance (DAAG) provides clear visibility of the evolution of your product from development all the way to your customer’s hands, right from within Digital.ai Agility. From product inception to delivery, you can easily identify work items and commits contained in Continuum™ packages and watch work items increase in maturity as they flow across the value stream.
A valid Continuum instance is required in order to use Delivery at a Glance. To learn more, see Continuum.
Accessing Delivery at a Glance
From the main menu, select Release > Delivery at a Glance.
How it Works
Delivery at a Glance provides shows a visual representation of each of your delivery phases and their contents, as follows:
Phases are each one of the steps in your delivery pipeline (e.g., development, staging, production).
Packages are the main elements presented in each delivery phase. Packages contain work items, which in turn contain, one or more commits. Packages contain a reference to the Continuum package promotion that triggered its creation.
Work items are the contents that populate each package. These are primary work items only (stories, defects, and test sets).
Commits are the units of change associated with each work item on the board. These come from your version control system, which is monitored by Continuum. The board is driven purely by the commits that are coming from your version control system into Continuum and their relationships to work items and packages in Continuum.
Not a Continuum User?
To learn more, see Continuum.
- In the Summer 2016 Point Release #1 - Build 126.96.36.199 release, these features were added: support for Continuum Package updates, the ability to associate rogue commit with a work item, and bundles that contain only rogue commits display. Older versions of the application do not contain these features.
- Summer 2016 Point Release #3 - Build 188.8.131.522, these features were added: unbundled work items, a legend was added to the top right corner, the ability to remove/disable Continuum instance information, the ability to configure phases without first validating Continuum instance information, and "Bundles" were renamed to "Packages". Older versions of the application do not contain these features.
- In the Summer 2016 Point Release #4 - Build 184.108.40.2068 release, custom label support for packages and rogue commits that exist on next phase do not show up on prior phase were added. Older versions of the application do not contain these features.
- In the Summer 2016 Point Release #7 - Build 220.127.116.113 release, the Board views are renamed to "packaged" and "un-packaged". Older versions of the application do not reflect this change.