April 7, 2022
The upcoming release of our Spira platform includes the long-awaiting support for integrating several different DevOps Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment (CI/CD) pipelines into Spira, including GitLab, GitHub and CircleCI. The first phase of this integration enables this support by using the ability to configure Webhooks in the three products that send the results back to Spira. We have added special API endpoints in Spira that understand each webhook format and can read the results appropriately.Read More
December 13, 2021
As we start preparing for 2022, we will be providing some information on our plans for 2022, including some previews of planned functionality in our Spira and Rapise platforms. One of the key plans for 2022 is a closer integration of our Spira platform with GitLab. We already have source code repository and issue tracking integration, but the planned enhancements for 2022 include support for GitLab CI Pipelines.Read More
December 2, 2021
As we start preparing for 2022, we will be providing some information on our plans for 2022, including some previews of planned functionality in our Spira and Rapise platforms. One of the key plans for 2022 is a closer integration of our Spira platform with Microsoft GitHub. For those monitoring the Microsoft DevOps ecosystem, Microsoft is making a strategic shift away from its legacy Azure DevOps (ADO) in favor of GitHub. In fact, the latest versions of Visual Studio will be favoring GitHub over Azure DevOps.Read More
November 5, 2020
We have amazing news!
The source code for a fully customizable and free virtual conferencing platform is now available to the delight of all independent event companies and community conference organizers everywhere.
The conference platform is called Connect and it is born out of Inflectra's Connect conference platform - the same one we used to run our wildly successful InflectraCon 2020 Virtual. The details of the open-source Connect conference platform are available as a project on GitHub!Read More
August 16, 2018
At Inflectra, we love making our customers lives easier. That’s why we make it easy to use other tools in conjunction with ours. We’re really excited to announce a brand-new integration with a product we all know and love – GitLab.Read More
August 9, 2018
At Inflectra, we love making our customers lives easier. That’s why we make it easy to use other tools in conjunction with ours. We’re really excited to announce a brand-new integration with a product we all know and love – GitHub.Read More
June 11, 2018
We are please to share with you the recording of our recent webinar on automating testing of Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central with Rapise.Read More
March 13, 2018
Late last year we decided to migrate our core applications - SpiraTeam, KronoDesk and Rapise - from our legacy on-premise Subversion server (that we had been using since 2007) to our own cloud hosted TaraVault service. We realized we should always be using the same services as our customers, commonly known in the industry as "eating your own dogfood". If we didn't like something in TaraVault, we would be motivated to change it!Read More
July 24, 2017
We are busy bees this summer, and we will be releasing the next version of our KronoDesk help desk system (v2.1) in the next month. In this article we describe the two main new features in KronoDesk 2.1 and what you can expect from the new version.Read More
December 7, 2015
As you know, we recently released our new TaraVault source code hosting service. This allows you to store you source code securely hosted by Inflectra and fully integrated into your Spira service. You can browse the source code files inside Spira, link revisions, track feature requests and much more. New customers trying our Spira can add TaraVault to their instances during the sign-up process.
October 30, 2015
So you've read about our new TaraVault service for cloud-based customers. You would like to enable source code management for your hosted SpiraPlan or SpiraTeam account, how do you go about doing that? How do you start using it? Have no fear, this article explains everything!
September 18, 2015
When developing software, systems and hardware for use in medical devices, healthcare IT systems or pharmaceutical processes, you need to follow a requirements and quality management process that complies with the FDA Title 21 CFR Part 11 set of Federal Regulations. Part 11 (as it's more commonly called) defines the criteria under which electronic records and electronic
signatures are considered trustworthy, reliable, and equivalent to paper