In today’s fast-moving world of DevOps, we need ARA more than ever to take control over complexity to deliver a great workflow that can unite teams at different speeds in the enterprise.

These slides go over why, when and how ARA may apply to your enterprise.


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We’re pleased to present our new release Clarive 7.0.12. This release contains a variety of minor fixes and improvements from 7.0.11. It is focused on refactoring interface.

NPM Artifact Repository management

Clarive team is proud to release this version with artifact repository enhancement. This new functionality allows NPM packages management.

  • Now is possible to surf the NPM repository folders through the artifacts interface, content visualization and distinguishing the new packages that have been included in the repository.

Create artifacts tags in order to sort them out

  • Use Clarive NPM repositories that serve as proxy to the global NPM store in or just use them as local, so you can control which public packages are available for your developers
npm install angularjs --registry http(s):///artifacts/repo/
  • Use Clarive Groups of repositories to categorize packages and access several local repositories with just one registry
npm install angularjs --registry http(s)://<clarive_url>/artifacts/repo/<npm_repo_group>
  • Directly publish in Clarive NPM repositories with npm publish command
npm publish ./ --registry http(s):///artifacts/repo/
  • You can also publish packages through rulebooks
- publish:
repository: '' # repository name
from: ''
to: ''

Take a look to our docs website and learn how to configure your artifact repository in Clarive

NPM repository events exists in Clarive. So, for example, when the *npm publish* command is executed in one repository, the artifact will be published in Clarive, sending a notification email to your team. For more information go to our documentation and learn all you can do with events.

Improvements and issues resolved

  • [ENH] – Project menu revamp
  • [ENH] – Plugins code structure and formating
  • [ENH] – Owner can cancel and restart jobs
  • [ENH] – Interface plugins standarization
  • [FIX] – Docker images cache management
  • [FIX] – Show subtask editable grid only during edition
  • [FIX] – Differentiate environments and variables in menu

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Thanks to everyone who participated there.

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This video shows how .net applications can be deployed with Clarive

For this deployment a SINGLE pipeline is used to deploy to the DEV and QA environment.
Assuring a consistent way of deploying.

In a next video this changeset will be related to a Release and deployed together with a mainframe application change and a Java application change into production. Again with the SAME pipeline.

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We’re pleased to present our new release Clarive 7.0.11 with two new administration features. 

Rulebook Variables

Now you can keep your rulebook variables private with secret variables. The content is not visible to the user and the data is encrypted to the database.

Variables also now have multiple scopes. Define the scope in the variable and it will only be available for rulebooks that run under the given scope.

clarive variable definition

Users can only manage variables for owned projects

Docker Admin Interface

Clarive rulebooks can download, install and run shell commands within Docker images with the image: op. Starting with this release, you can manage all Docker images and containers installed and available to rulebooks on the Clarive server.

The Clarive Docker admin panel can manage both instances and containers. A complete list is shown including the current status of each one of the containers.

Using the containers list you can do over them actions like start, stop and delete. You can delete Docker images too to keep your image registry tidy and remove old images.

Improvements and issues resolved

Other small fixes and enhancements added to the release:

  • ENH – Small Kanban improvements
  • ENH – Update js libraries
  • ENH – Variable management for rulebooks
  • FIX – Topic grid filter bugs
  • FIX – Rulebook sed op fixes
  • FIX – Push to git repositories allowed with no project related to repository (Enterprise Edition Only)

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Cloud images have been updated automatically in case you are a user of our cloud.


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Thanks to everyone who participated in making this release possible.


The next release, 7.0.12 will come out on the first week of January 2018 with mostly bug fixes and small enhancements.

And a major release, 7.1 is coming up later in January packed with some awesome additions:

  • A brand new navigation interface, with tabless project-oriented navigation
  • A revamped Git repository interface
  • A new admin interface
  • Revamp documentation
  • And much more!

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Clarive SE 7.0.10 Release Notes

Release date: 5 December 2017

We’re pleased to present our latest Clarive SE product release: 7.0.10. This release contains a number of minor fixes and improvements from 7.0.9. We are also excited that this release includes two unique brand new features.

Feature Highlights

  • Custom Kanban swimlanes

  • User Inteface enhancements

Custom Kanban swimlanes

The Clarive DevOps Kanban is the most flexible and comprehensive board for managing and tracking delivery. In this release we are including a substantial representation improvement: Now you can create and customize your own swimlanes.

Custom swimlanes can be defined only by the board owner. Users can either clone a board or notify the owner if they want to customize a swimlane

Configuration has been made simple: You can select the fields that you want to use as swimlane and select the values that can be used as a lane in the Kanban board.

In 7.0.10 introduces a new type of swimlane, release parent topic.

With this you can get for example a quick glimpse of what features are included in each release by simply opening the board. Of course, you can filter according your preferences in swimlane mode.

Kanban boards allow dragging and dropping of topics from one lane to another across all swimlanes. Such an event, as expected, will update topic data and relationships automatically.

Kanban view with parent topic swimlane can allow you move topics from one Sprint/Release to another one easily.

User Interface enhancements

User experience is key for us, so the product team is continually focusing on how to improve the Clarive interface and UX. At present we are making small changes such as increasing menu paddings, buttons redesign, and overall layout distribution. Our greatest effort in UI enhancements in this release has gone into improving two screens: the job monitor and the topic list.

In the pipeline Monitor you can now even more easy identify the relations between code, topics, environment and deployments, job-by-job, with links to log data, generated artefacts and job profiling and scheduling information.

With the new right side row action menu we simplified the job action UI and the way to interact with each job row from the row itself.

Job statuses can have colors in order to better identify and distinguish what is the current status of your deployment. All our job filters are still available in the toolbar.

Click on job or go to Menu->Deploy to have a look to job dashboard. See full job log clicking on Menu->Log.

In the Topic list we simplified the toolbar moving topic actions under the “more options” menu . “More Options” basically covers any action not related to view display.

As with the monitor, we want the user to easily correlate deployments and topics, so this release includes a new column that assists users to determine the current status quickly.


Each circle icon has a specific meaning:: “MR” is Merged (green if the topic has been merged), “CI/CD” for Continuous Integration/Deployment, and “NB” indicates the release Nightly Build status.

Improvements and issues resolved

  • [ENH] – Cleanup and delete expired sessions in purge
  • [ENH] – Get free license website opened in new tab
  • [ENH] – Round user avatar
  • [ENH] – New server log colors
  • [ENH] – Publish internal plugins
  • [ENH] – Remove repository revisions in repository deletion.
  • [FIX] – Small profile changes
  • [FIX] – Rulebook sed operation tests
  • [FIX] – Allow all REPL languages unless role action limit it

What else is new?

We are now sharing our documentation on Github. We appreciated your valuable help and feedback to improve our documentation. Pull requests are welcome, just clone and/or submit them through our github site.

You can also directly edit the documentation through the documentation page.

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Thanks to everyone who participated in delivering these great release.

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We’re pleased to present our latest Clarive SE release 7.0.9.

This release contains a number of fixes and improvements from 7.0.8.

New settings menu

The product team is constantly working on further improving the Clarive UI, with a special focus on user friendliness to new users. This has also been the case in this release.

First of all, we improved the Config option in the Admin menu. We improved the interface and renamed it into Settings, see below:


In this new design we divided general configuration into sections, allowing users to see all options more clearly and intuitively.

Rulebook shell multiline

Rulebooks are one of the most unique features in Clarive so we are further improving it to make them even more flexible and usable. This release adds multiline capability in the shellcommand, so users are now able to write rules like:

- shell: |
ls -lart
echo hello > hi.txt
cat hi.txt

Or simpler:

- |
ls -lart
echo hello > hi.txt
cat hi.txt

Change username and email in Preferences

Prior to this new release, if a user wanted to change username or email address, the tool Administrator needed to be contacted as only this person could do it.

We added in our latest release under user preferences two new fields allowing users to change their username and

Move artifacts menu from Tools to Deploy

Ease of use comes with predictability. We want to achieve this without losing the essential capabilities of the product.That’s why the product team has been reviewing menu consistency with the focus of making it more intuitive and clear where options are to be found in the lefthand side menu.

As s result, we have removed the Tools option in left panel and added Artifacts in Deploy menu.

Improvements and issues resolved in this release

  • [ENH] – Improvements in rulebooks documentation
  • [ENH] – Ext-to-React panel now supports ES6
  • [ENH] – New Dockerfile for supporting both adduser and useradd containers
  • [ENH] – Custom antd components
  • [ENH] – Rename clone URL button
  • [ENH] – Admin user has group permissions on initial load
  • [FIX] – Force Clarive migrations in default config file
  • [FIX] – Admin user email is saved in cla setup
  • [FIX] – Jail dump file op in rulebooks
  • [FIX] – Wider revision column in revision fields
  • [FIX] – “Ship a file remotely” op show confirm window before overwrite existing file
  • [FIX] – Update number of rows in topic grid when topics are deleted
  • [FIX] – Fix position of Gauge dash let

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